G1 MFL Home Learning Feb 8 – 14

Dear G1 MFL parents and students,

I wish you a happy Year of the Dog!

Due to the closure of school, G1 MFL students may have some independent learning time at home. They may do the following tasks from Feb 8 to Feb 14.

  1. Play the flashcards at home

2. Try the Quizlet link and you can play the games of “Matching” & “Gravity”

3. Read the following story

4. Please play the story till you get the plot. Then please try to see if you can draw the story on your exercise book A. I’d like to see your drawing after holiday.

Also, please enjoy the videos about Chinese New Year! Let’s keep the celebration on!

CNY video story 1——Story about Nian Monster

 

CNY video story 2——Story about 12 zodiac animals and your favorite song

Please stay healthy and see you after CNY break!

Best wishes,

Sandy Laoshi

G2 MFL Home Learning Feb 8 – 14

Dear G2 MFL parents and students,

I wish you a happy Year of the Dog!

Due to the closure of school, G2 MFL students may have some independent learning time at home. They may do the following tasks from Feb 8 to Feb 14.

1. Pinyin learning. Please watch the video and sing the pinyin/tone song. Students are expected to recognize and pronounce the pinyin in correct tones.




2.Pinyin practice through online games.

Game 1: http://www.4399.com/flash/112950_3.htm (Click on the speaker to follow along.)

Game 2: http://www.4399.com/flash/159543_2.htm (Click on “开始” to start the game. Choose the pinyin and the tone for each character. 1,2,3,4 represent 4 tones)

Game 3:  http://www.4399.com/flash/159184_1.htm (Click on “开始游戏” to start the game. Choose the tone for each character.)

3. Time phrases learning via Quizlet. Students are expected to tell the time in Chinese.

4. Daily routine learning via Quizlet. Students are expected to tell the daily routine and activities in Chinese.

5. Personalised timetable worksheet. Please complete your own timetable with reference to time phrases and daily routine phrases. We may share the timetables after the break.

Please stay healthy and see you after CNY break!

 

Best wishes,

Sandy Laoshi