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Jobs, characters and numbers in Chinese

18 October 2018

There were a lot of fun activities during Chinese class this week.

  • Chinese characters
  • Chinese characters
  • Chinese characters

Students in Year 5 and Year 6 Non-native group 3 learnt about different jobs. They tried to write down the descriptions of different jobs and let others guess what the job is. They had great fun with this description & guessing game!

Year 5 and Year 6 Non-native group 2 students are learning to read more Chinese characters. In order to help them to understand the Chinese characters better, they tried hard to design the characters in their own way. Their designs were great!

Year 3 Native 1 group children learnt a text “拍手歌”. Apart from reading and understanding the text, the children also created their own “拍手歌” with their teacher and friends. They also used some hand actions to demonstrate their chants, which they enjoyed a lot.

Year 2 Non-Native group 2 children were learning about numbers.  The children used different methods to practice their numbers. Some were creative using their body to show the numbers! Some children even challenged themselves by doing their Maths in Chinese characters - so ambitious!

By Cheryl Xu 

Chinese Teacher