Culture

Chinese Calligraphy – resources to consider - links to other websites

Looking to do some Chinese writing / calligraphy with your class, school, after-school club?  Then create your session using these links and resources to ensure the children are engaged in its history, beauty and the technique involved.

 

Why not check out the following links:

 

KS2 Mandarin Chinese Scheme of Work Lesson Plans - Unit 7: All Aboard

Before looking at this unit or any other unit of this Scheme of Work, you are advised to read the teachers notes about the Scheme of Work that can be found HERE

Each unit of this Scheme of Work is is designed to be used across a term (if working within a scholastic year of 6 terms or one unit every half term if working with a scholastic year of 3 terms). It is envisaged that children are taught Mandarin Chinese for between 40 minutes and an hour with follow up either by the Chinese teacher or more likely by the class teacher throughout the week.

KS2 Mandarin Chinese Scheme of Work Lesson Plans - Unit 8: Pocket Money

Before looking at this unit or any other unit of this Scheme of Work, you are advised to read the teachers notes about the Scheme of Work that can be found HERE

Each unit of this Scheme of Work is is designed to be used across a term (if working within a scholastic year of 6 terms or one unit every half term if working with a scholastic year of 3 terms). It is envisaged that children are taught Mandarin Chinese for between 40 minutes and an hour with follow up either by the Chinese teacher or more likely by the class teacher throughout the week.

KS2 Mandarin Chinese Scheme of Work Lesson Plans - Unit 9: "Tell me a story!"

Primary Chinese Scheme of Work.  Before looking at this unit or any other unit of this Scheme of Work, you are advised to read the teachers notes about the Scheme of Work that can be found HERE

Each unit of this Scheme of Work is is designed to be used across a term (if working within a scholastic year of 6 terms or one unit every half term if working with a scholastic year of 3 terms). It is envisaged that children are taught Mandarin Chinese for between 40 minutes and an hour with follow up either by the Chinese teacher or more likely by the class teacher throughout the week.

Online Chinese teaching resources - ‘Sticky notes’ Lino for collaborative work

www.linoit.com

What is Linoit?  Linoit is a web-base application which allows groups of people to collaborate and put ideas in one place.  Think of it as a notice board with sticky post its. 

Adventures in Chinese Culture: The Monkey King’s Guide

 Are you a looking for an interesting way of teaching various aspects of Chinese culture with practical lesson plans and classroom activities? 

Syndicate content