Yi Lee's Mandarin Teaching Center

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Yi Lee's Mandarin Teaching Center
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19.1 Crime in American Society Criminal and Juvenile Justice Types of Crime I: Crimes Against People Types of Crime II: Crimes Against Property Types of Crime III: White-Collar Crime Types of Crime IV: Victimless Crimes Types of Crime V: Crimes
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Students will be able to describe the differences among aggressive, passive, and assertive responses to conflict. Students will be able to identify their present conflict style. Students will be able to identify working to resolve problems as the
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• Students will be able to identify high-risk behaviors and the consequences for common high-risk behaviors in adolescence. • Students will be able to model refusal skills. • Students will be able to model respectful persuasion skills. Say: “Today
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\CH 3. the meaning of citizenship Being a citizen of the United Sates, by birth or naturalization, involves rights, duties, and responsibilities. These responsibilities include contributing to the common good. Throughout life, each individual plays
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In the Criminal Justice System, the people were represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the ___________, who investigated crime, and the ______________________________, who prosecuted the offenders. These are their
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II. The Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of Citizenship Chapter III. The meaning of Citizenship Section 2 What is the difference between rights and duties? Provide examples of each. Describe how responsibilities differ from both rights and
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Chapter 13What is an Economy? 13.1 Why Societies Have Economies? Factors of Production Labor is the time, energy, and skills of workers. Land is resources such as water, minerals, and timber. Capital is anything such as tools, machines, or
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14.1 The Principles of Our Market Economy Basics of Our Economic System Supply and Demand 14.2 The Role of Business in the American Economy Basics of Our Economic System Entrepreneurs Proprietorship Partnership Corporation There are three basic
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15.1 Money Money and banking Is Penny Worthless? A history of Money 15.2 Our Banking System Money and banking The fact that money can be lost or stolen is a limitation of currency. People use banks to store and save their money. The Development
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Culture supplement for Chinese I Students in High School Comparison between American Halloween with Chinese ghost months and the hell and various type of ghosts and zombies.
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*The Role of Political Parties *Our Two-Party System *Choosing Candidates
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20.1 The Role of Civil Law Civil Justice Video 1: To Catch a Predator Dateline NBC Sued for $105 Million Types of Civil Law Case: Property Cases Involve actions such as trespassing or property damage. Video 2: The People’s Court Types of Civil Law
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17.1 Managing Your Money Our Economy and You Income: Knowing What you Have Making a budget involves figuring out one’s fixed expenses and variable expenses. Fixed expenses remain the same month to month. Rent and car payments…etc. Variable
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Students will be able to describe the differences among aggressive, passive, and assertive responses to conflict. Students will be able to identify their present conflict style. Students will be able to identify working to resolve problems as the
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CH 3. the meaning of citizenship Being a citizen of the United Sates, by birth or naturalization, involves rights, duties, and responsibilities. These responsibilities include contributing to the common good. Throughout life, each individual plays
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CH 6. The Bill of Rights The Federalists’ promise to add a bill of rights to the Constitution was fulfilled in 1791 when Congress approved and the states ratified the first ten amendments. These amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, spell out
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Q1: How does a situation become a problem? Private Problem Public Problem Q2: Why do issues come up when people are trying to solve problem? Issue Public Policy Q3: Identify one public issue that is now being discussed in our community. Q4:
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CH 4. America’s political heritage Our American heritage developed from Greek, Roman, and English traditions of government. Belief in self-government prompted colonists to rebel against English rule and win the American War of Independence. The
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Six Categories of Chinese Characters, e.g. Pictographs.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2009 Student teaching at Mid-Pacific Institute 2009-current Henry J. Kaiser High School Full Time Chinese teacher and Chinese curriculum coordinator. Better Chinese Publishing Inc. Blogger Facebook Page: @AlohaMandarin

MY TEACHING STYLE

Interactive and Engaging with technology.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

First state licensed Chinese teacher in Hawaii. Recognized by ETS for the PRAXIS II scored in the top 15 percentile.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from Moanalua High School as the class Valedictorian in 2005 with a GPA of 4.1 -Graduated from University of Hawaii at Manoa with the bachelor's degree in Secondary Education with the focus in teaching foreign language (Chinese) to 8-12th grade students. GPA 3.87; 4.0 in my major.

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