Quizlet Practicing link:
Chapter One-Bob Went to Carrefour to Buy Ice-cream
Story 1.1-Doing homework While Watching TV
Story 1.2-Lucy Doesn’t love to eat Japanese Food
G1 has been learning some basic classroom instructions and command words in class. They also learned a few related songs. Please find attached is detailed learning content and their singing video clips. To protect privacy, please use password:123456789 to access these video clips.
session 1- learning content
“zuo zuo hao” (sitting properly) song:
“xiao peng you” (little friend) song:
“ni jiao shen me ming zi” (what’s your name) song:
“ni hao ma” (how are you) song:
“zhun bei hao le ma” (getting ready) song:
“yang jing, er duo, bi zi” (body parts) song:
“li zhuo zi” (tidy up) song:
“pai dui” (line up) song:
session 2-learning content
“xiao yu” (little fish) song:
“ni wo ta” (you, he and me) song:
“zhao peng you” (looking for a friend) song:
session 3-learning content
G3,G4&G5 Students are recently learning on the topic of Home appliance, Please find attached are the detailed learning content.
Students can also go to following QUIZLET website to practice these vocabularies and sentence patterns.
2014-2015 Parent Letter
First of all, I would like to welcome your child and you to a new school year at Shanghai American School, Pudong campus. It is a great honor for me to work with all of you in the coming new school year. I am Ellyn Gao, your child’s Chinese teacher. This is the fourth year for me working in SAS and the tenth year teaching in an international school setting.
Welcome to my class and I’m looking forward to working closely with your child and you as well. At the same time, all of the students are expected to participate actively in all learning activities in order to reinforce the skills they learned in the classroom. You will see a ‘homework reminder book’ coming home soon, which will help keep the teacher and parents well informed of the students’ learning in daily Chinese classes. You can expect your child to have Chinese homework most of the days when he/she has Chinese class (except Pre-K, K, and Grade 1 students). It is expected that homework to be completed and turned in on time.
Please visit my blog at sites.saschina.org/egao to get to know what’s happening in our Chinese classes. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or make an appointment to come to see me in ES 232A at your convenience. Thank you!