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A Dynamic Week in Chinese Classrooms

What a dynamic week in Chinese classrooms!

  • What a dynamic week in Chinese classrooms!
  • What a dynamic week in Chinese classrooms!
  • What a dynamic week in Chinese classrooms!

The Reception children talked about the fruits and the story: 好饿的毛毛虫 (The Very Hungry Caterpillar). The children made their own caterpillar and tried their best to retell the story.

In Year 1, the Lama Temple and Summer Palace children learnt a chant about comparison. They really enjoyed reading the chant. They also learnt a lot of measurement words in Chinese.

In Year 2, the Lama Temple children learnt a text about insects. They learnt many characters of insects. They also learnt a lot about the life habits of these insects.

Our Year 3 children in the Forbidden City group practised a story “Coco and her dog”. The children worked very hard to retell the story and they also rewrite different endings to the story.

“Lucy doesn’t like Japanese food” was the story read by the Year 5 Great Wall and Tianan Men children.  They also discussed the countries they come from as well as food from different countries.

By Cheryl Xu

Chinese Teacher