Chinese III PACING GUIDE SY 2010-2011, Semester 1
Vocabulary & Content
Quick review of Chinese II vocabularies
Using flash cards, songs, order carry out, and vocabulary list. ie: greetings, daily routine, weather, and family
How to address family members (relatives), comparison of family units (location), and gender role.
Different household chores.
Discuss the differences of addressing relatives. Buy or rent home. Make an individual family tree. Different styles of houses and living arrangements in China.
Specific Events & Foods
Ten Chinese major festivals in a year with specific foods involved with the festivals.
Contact local Chinese community of any specific events celebrating locally. Invite guest speakers from the community to speak about any major events.
Leisure Time & Travel
Definition, merchandises, location.
Detailed description items being purchased, where items can be purchased. Cost effective.
Fashion, country of origin.
Travel by air, by land and by sea.
Travelling plan, vacation plan.
Local & International flights.
Common modes of transportation in China.
Discuss popular vacations spots.
Discuss Chinese teens enjoy doing while on vacation.
Sports & Hobbies
Most popular sports.
Favorite Chinese sport pass times.
Identify leisure activities by seasons.
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Identify the relation of Chinese to sport and leisure.
Types of seasonal sports in Chinese high school.
The role of athletics in Chinese high school
Chinese III PACING GUIDE SY 2010-2011, Semester 2
Classes, schedule, and supplies
Required classes: English, math, social studies, science, and P.E.
Electives: Foreign Language, music,
Compare require classes and elective of Chinese high school.
Describe what the most favorite club is.
List all of the clubs in their school;
ie: Foreign language club, cooking, art, drama, dancing, etc.
Compare different clubs in Chinese high school
Healthy, illness related to body parts.
How to stay healthy: healthy food, exercise; etc.
Research the medical system via internet.
Research health care system via internet.
Compare herbalist VS western doctors.
Feelings and emotions
To express how one feels; ie happy vs. sad, agree vs. disagree, content vs. discontent, able vs. unable,
regrets, be averse to, angry, withdraw.
Research via internet how Chinese people deal with personal feeling and emotions
Television and Movies
Television programs, pop culture, opera, theatre, movies,
Understand concept of culture between Chinese culture and their own.
Opportunities of Chinese-speakers in the motion picture industry.