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Chinese update

11 May 2017

Another exciting and busy week in Chinese from Nursery all the way up to Year 6!

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Nursery children have been learning about pirate. They had fun with outdoor activities - treasure hunt and treasure delivery.

Reception Lama Temple group children showed their continuous passion to Chinese ancient poem. This week they learnt to sing and dance 登鹳雀楼 (dēng guàn què lóu) by poet 王之涣 (wáng zhī huàn) from 唐 (táng) dynasty.

Year 2 The Great Wall group learnt about nature. Children had some beautiful nature drawings and matched them with the Chinese explanations.

Year 4 Tian’an men group has started to learn the topic “eating out”. To start off, they learned to recognise Chinese currency.

Year 5 Forbidden City group started new topic-relatives. In addition to the relationships and their different names in Chinese, the children also had an interesting discussion and learnt the cultural reasons why that Chinese people would call someone who is not a relative '阿姨' (ayi) or '叔叔' (shū shū - uncle).

Y6 Tian’an men group enjoyed a drama week in Chinese. After learnt to give advices by using sentence pattern: 你最好.....(nǐ zuì hǎo - you'd better), children made their mini play and performed it to the class.


By Susan Wang

Chinese Teacher

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