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  1. Valencia High School BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT CHINESE 4 /AP/IB Mrs. Lin 學中文

  2. Good evening everyone! I hope everyone is doing well at this year‘s back to school night. Let me have a brief self-introduction first. My name is Alice Lin and Iwas born and raised in Taiwan. My major in college was Chinese Literature and I received my M.A. degree in curriculum & instruction granted by Concordia University. I currently teach Chinese 1, 2, 3, AP and IBSL at Valencia High School. 學中文

  3. CHINESE 4 /AP/IBCourse Description • AP Chinese/Chinese IB SL course reinforces and refines the skills learned during the previous years of Chinese study and uses the new input in the textbook and supplementary materials to further develop students’ speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. The course is conducted in almost exclusively Mandarin Chinese and the students are required to speak in Chinese as much as possible. The AP/IB SL course is designed to provide high school students with the opportunity to study Chinese language thoroughly enough to perform successfully on AP Test/ IB SL Exam, enabling them to earn college credit.

  4. CHINESE 4/AP/IBSL • Textbook: “Integrated Chinese”-Cheng & Tsui Level 2 Part 1 & Part 2 & Workbook • Supplementary authentic materials • Barron’sAP Chinese Language and Culture • Strive for a 5- Cheng & Tsui

  5. Expand their knowledge and understanding of Chinese culture through reading articles and authentic materials, such as advertisements, signs, newspapers, and internet materials. Also, through discussions, activities, music, art, computer programs, movies, and more.

  6. Internet: Major on-line resources: • http://collections.uiowa.edu/chinese/0_intermediate/intermediate_unit02.html • http://eastasia.hawaii.edu/yao/icusers/icweb.htm • www.usc.edu/dept/ealc/chinese/newweb/reading_page.htm • http://faculty.virginia.edu/cll/chinese_reading/ • www.zhongwen.com • www.wellesley.edu/Chinese/Chinese_Fables/title/title_page.html • www.echineselearning.com

  7. AP World Languages are structured around six themes

  8. Main Topics: six themes

  9. AP Test and IB Exam formats

  10. Main techniques • Pair/ Small group work • Authentic tasks with authentic materials • debates • skits • Interviews • Jigsaw reading • Projects Integrating technology into students’ learning: Edmodo to assign and turn in homework assignments; Wechat to promote students’ interactive speaking skill

  11. Grades Homework/Class work: 30% Tests & Quizzes: 50% Final exam/Project: 10% Participation: 10%

  12. Late work policy: • Turn in all assignments on time. • 2 points will be deducted per day for late work due to unexcused absences.

  13. Format of AP AssessmentExam Day 2020 May 11, 12:00 PM noontime Section I: Multiple Choice Questions Part A: Listening (2 Sections) • * Interpersonal Communication: Rejoinders (10–15 Questions) • * Interpretive Communication: Listening Selections (15–20 Questions) Part B: Reading Selections • (35–40 Questions)

  14. https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap-chinese-course-description.pdfhttps://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap-chinese-course-description.pdf

  15. Format of AP Assessment Section II: Free Response Part A: Writing (2 Sections) • * Presentational Writing: Story Narration (1 prompt) • * Interpersonal Writing: Email Response (1 prompt) Part B: Speaking (2 Sections) • * Interpersonal Speaking: Conversation (1 conversation: 6 prompts) • * Presentational Speaking: Cultural Presentation (1 prompt)

  16. Internal Assessment 25% (Oral Assessment)in MarchExternal Assessment 75% (25%+25%+25%)In May 12 ( Writing), May 13 (Listening , Reading)

  17. Alice Lin Email: alin@pylusd.org Phone: 714-996-4970 ext. 10203 School website: http://www.vhstigers.org 学中文

  18. CHINESE 3 Textbook: “Integrated Chinese”-Level 2 Part I & supplementary materials Chinese 3 places a greater emphasis on advanced communication skills. The student continues to expand his/her vocabulary skills and studies essential concepts of grammar in depth. 學中文

  19. Course Objectives Listening Comprehension Skills Listening to a dialogue and /or oral presentation by the classroom teacher, native speakers, and/or a wider variety of pieces of modern Chinese movies, dramas, or talk shows,the student will demonstrate comprehension by giving a correct response to questions/statements based upon the oral presentation.

  20. Course Objectives Reading Comprehension Skills -Recognizing more Chinese characters. Given a reading passage (narrative, dialogue, cultural and /or historical selection), the student will read the Chinese passage orally at a normal speed with correct pronunciation, intonation, and will reflect on the reading by answering multiple-choice, short-answer questions.

  21. Course Objectives Speaking Communication Skills Given a cue, the student will respond with correct pronunciation and intonation in a variety of sentence structures as he/she answers questions, repeats dialogues, and participates in discussions related to the dialogues, or makes conversation to suit different real life situations.

  22. Course Objectives Writing Communication Skills Given a topic, the student will demonstrate his/her ability to use a variety of sentence structures and a wide vocabulary to write a paragraph, dialogue, such as responding to an email, narrating a story according to pictures, and composing a short essay.

  23. Learning Topics: • Starting School • At a restaurant • Travel Geographic features of China

  24. Learning Topics: • Education • Shopping • Computer & Internet • Dating

  25. Grades Homework/Class work: 30% Tests & Quizzes: 50% Final exam/Project: 10% Participation: 10% 學中文

  26. Late work policy: • Turn in all assignments on time. • 2 points will be deducted per day for late work due to unexcused absences. 學中文

  27. Main techniques used in class TPR &TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) • Comprehensible Input • Pair work/Small group work • Role play • Skits • Interviews • Games • Projects 學中文

  28. Alice Lin Email: alin@pylusd.org Phone: 714-996-4970 ext. 10203 School website: http://www.vhstigers.org 学中文

  29. CHINESE II Chinese II is designed to continue developing vocabulary, deepening the understanding of word formation and sentence structure of the Chinese language, and further developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Culture topics will also be presented. Textbook: “Integrated Chinese”-Level I Part 2 & supplementary materials 學中文

  30. CHINESE CLASS • Communicative drills, meaningful drills, natural approach • Skills – listening, speaking, reading, writing & culture • Pin Yin -- phonetic system • Writing -- traditional or simplified • Daily homework • Tests/Projects-- Students will have one test or project at the end of each unit 學中文

  31. Learning Topics: • Talking about the Weather • Dining • Asking Directions • Birthday Party • Seeing a Doctor • Dating • Sport • Travel 學中文

  32. Grades Homework/Class work: 30% Tests & Quizzes: 50% Final exam/Project: 10% Participation: 10% 學中文

  33. Late work policy: • Turn in all assignments on time. • 2 points will be deducted per day for late work due to unexcused absences. 學中文

  34. Main techniques used in class • TPR, TPRS • Comprehensible Input • Authentic Materials • Pair work • Small group work • Role play • Skits • Interview • Games • Projects 學中文

  35. Alice Lin Email: alin@pylusd.org Phone: 714-996-4970 ext. 10203 School website: http://www.vhstigers.org 学中文

  36. CHINESE I • Communicative, natural approach • Skills – listening, speaking, reading, writing & culture • Pin Yin -- phonetic system • Writing -- traditional or simplified • Daily homework • Tests/Projects-- Students will have one test or project at the end of each unit 學中文

  37. CHINESE I Textbook: “Integrated Chinese”-Level I Part I & supplementary materials 學中文

  38. Learning Topics: • Useful Expressions • Phonics--- pin yin • The Chinese character writing • Greetings • Family 學中文

  39. Learning Topics: • Dates and Time • Hobbies • Visiting Friends • Making Appointments • Studying Chinese • School Life • Shopping • Transportation 學中文

  40. Grades Homework/Class work: 30% Tests & Quizzes: 50% Final exam/Project: 10% Participation: 10% 學中文

  41. Late work policy: • Turn in all assignments on time. • 2 points will be deducted per day for late work due to unexcused absences. 學中文

  42. Main techniques used in class • TPR • Comprehensible Input • Pair work • Small group work • Role play • Skits • Interview • Games • Projects 學中文

  43. 上課了, 請起立。 老師好! 同學們好! 上課了,看老師。 上課了, 說中文。 聽聽, 看看, 說說, 寫寫。 Valencia 中文班,非常好!!

  44. Alice Lin Email: alin@pylusd.org Phone: 714-996-4970 ext. 10203 School website: http://www.vhstigers.org 学中文