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  • Welcome to Curriculum Night

    Chinese Studies Grade 5 MFL

    Karen Kee (J Losh) G3-6 Chinese Teacher, CCC EAMs Kerina Ji (J Losh) Email: karenkee@cdnis.edu.hk Blog: http://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/karenkee/

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    mailto:christinawu@cdnis.edu.hkhttp://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/karenkee/

  • G5 MFL EA+ co-teacher of Beginners GroupMs Kerina Ji (J lo sh)

  • To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    Blog subscription:1. enter your email address2. choose your childs class3. submit4. verify your subscription at your email

    Blog Subscription

    My blog http://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/karenkee/

    http://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/karenkee/

  • To receive information on home learning tasks and regular updates on teaching and learning contents; To get access to learning resources such as quizlet links and dictionaries, etc

  • Agenda

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    What do students learn in G5 MFL class this year?

    How do we inform what students have learned?

    How are students assessed?

    How do you support?

  • Written CurriculumHWEO

    WWA

    HWOO

    STP

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  • Taught Curriculum

    Curriculum Structure: Inquiry Based Learning

    Language Acquisition Methodology: TPRS (Teach Proficiency through Reading & Storytelling)

    Teacher Tailor-Made Learning Materials

    Student Centre Teaching & Learning

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

  • To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    ICT in Chinese lessons

    PrincipledResponsible

    SkillsKnowlege

    Google Doc Google Slides Blog PostsGoogle Classroom

  • To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    w k y wn n ma?w k y wn n ma?

    May I ask you a question?May I kiss you?

    PINYIN Chinese sound system

  • Assessed Curriculum

    Assessments: Performance & Skills-Based Formative & Summative Assessments Student Portfolio (SP) 3-Way Learning Review (3WLR) Student Led Learning Review (SLLRs)

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  • Listening & Speaking

    In class observation Listening comprehension check Oral presentation, acting-out & retelling story

    Reading

    Reading Comprehension Check Read weekly reading books

    Writing: Pinyin & Characters & Story & Paragraph

    Weekly Assessment & Pop Quiz

    Formative Assessment

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  • To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    Reading ProgramObjectives:

    to build up students reading habits and interests;

    to expose students to a wider variety of written texts;

    to enhance students fluency through reading familiar texts.The Chinese Reading Folder will be sent home in October.

    Students need to return the book every Wednesday to switch for a new book.

    Students are encouraged to read and complete entries in their Chinese Reading Log.

    By June, students are required to complete 15 entries on the books of their choice.

    Once per month they will orally report a chosen book to the teacher.

    Parents are requested to sign their childs reading folder every week.

  • Online accounts of the following website and APPs which support the in-school reading program materials could be purchased based on individual needs and preferences at your own discretion.

    Mandarin Matrix Reading Series Other Reading Series

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    Online reading support:

  • To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    Mr Joe Kwok !joekwok@cdnis.edu.hk!2525 7088 ext. 1106 !

    Opening Hours-

    Mon - Thu 7:20am to 11:30am! 12:20pm to 2:30pm!Fri 7:20am to 1:35pm! 2:15pm to 3:45pm!

    Borrowing privileges vary by grade-

    Prep to Gr 6 students can keep their books for 2 weeks

    Prep to Gr 4

    Gr 5 to Gr 6

    Parents can check 3 books out and keep for 2 weeks

    Chinese Library

  • Library

    Mr Joe Kwok !joekwok@cdnis.edu.hk!2525 7088 ext. 1106!

    Our Offer- Regular class visits ! A variety of reading materials ! Free and flexible reading opportunities ! Tailored collection to students interests and needs !

    Your Involvement-

    Set regular time! Encourage to read! Read together! Recognise reading !

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

  • Home LearningAverage time G5 MFL class home learning: about 20 min

    If you find your child spending much longer on home learning, please have them do their best and stop.

    Try Your Best: bring your problems back to school

    Home learning assignments sent home Mon to Thu

    Check Diary for homework & Verify your email subscription

    Use Quizlet link or reference print-outs for weekly assessment practice

    Check updates on the blog for more information

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

  • Tips For Supporting

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    Check the teachers blog regularly

    Check your childs red bag for home learning, assessments, reading folder, library books and other information

    Read Chinese books with them or encourage them to read

    Chinese resources: friends, books, apps, blogs, Internet, etc

    Expose them to Chinese outside school to extend learning

    Supervise Writing Chinese Characters (with provided resources)

    If you find your child struggling with Chinese, please contact your childs teacher as soon as possible for extra support

  • Immersion Trip & Exchange Programme

    Chinese Immersion Trip Tentative Date: Summer Holiday (15 days)

    Hainan Exchange Programme Tentative Date: Easter Break (one week)

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

  • Thank You!

    To inspire excellence, cultivate character, and empower engagement locally and globally.

    Karen Kee (J Losh) G3-6 Chinese Teacher, CCC EAMs Kerina Ji (J Losh) Email: karenkee@cdnis.edu.hk Blog: http://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/karenkee/

    mailto:christinawu@cdnis.edu.hkhttp://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/karenkee/

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