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Students in Chinese 2 (possibly Chinese 1) must use their understanding of "Weather" vocabulary in this worksheet or homework/in-class assignment. Students pick one city of their choice, research the weather, and create sentences describing the
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This hand-out can be used as a reference during a class, a sample text, or a worksheet for HW or an in-class assignment. Students are given the characters, pinyin, and English meanings of only 4 Chinese characters, all of which follow a similar
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A hand-out/outline for students just beginning Mandarin Chinese that breaks down, step-by-step, how students approach translating an English sentence into Chinese. This involves recognizing what you want to say, what grammar pattern/sentence order
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This self-made visual key organizes the options in #3B4ME into categories of which options are probably the most suitable to try first--particularly with middle school and high school students. All options also use copyright-free icons, made
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Although I have a few different textbooks I may use for students, none had a lesson on "Food" vocabulary for Chinese 2 students that I liked. As a result, I made my own Food “textbook" passage and dialogue for my students to refer to. There is no
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Although I have a few different textbooks I may use for students, none had a lesson on "Food" vocabulary for Chinese 1 students that I liked. As a result, I made my own Food “textbook" passage and dialogue for my students to refer to. There is no
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Students use their knowledge of Food lesson vocabulary and sentences in order to create their own skit, where one student is the waiter and one or two students is/are the diners. After the skit is completed, the teacher corrects the skit, then the
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Students use their knowledge of Food lesson vocabulary and sentences in order to create their own skit, where one student is the waiter and one or two students is/are the diners. After the skit is completed, the teacher corrects the skit, then the
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After already learning how to make "Weather"-related sentences using vocab, Chinese 2 students will practice describing the weather pattern and temperature for different cities. The Powerpoint gives students images of the location, then
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In order to get my Chinese 1 students to remember all of the sentences and vocab from their first few lessons (Greetings, Names, Numbers, and Dates), I created a loose Mandarin adaptation of "1, 2, 3, 4" by Feist. It translate mostly the tune and
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This homework sheet asks Chinese 1 or Chinese 2 students to label, in both Chinese and pinyin, different countries or continents on a world map. On the back side of the sheet, students are asked to write up to 2 languages for each country. This is
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I currently teach Chinese full-time to high school and middle school students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities, and I have been teaching for a year and a half now overall. My lifelong loves have always been studying Chinese language and culture, English literature, and writing. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chinese Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Trinity University in 2015. Overall, I have studied Chinese for 8 years, and my proficiency with the language is bolstered by studying abroad in Beijing for 4 months under the IES intensive language program.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I feel a real sense of accomplishment from getting to know my students and seeing them grow as learners. My philosophy about teaching and tutoring boils down to a few characteristics: have fun, bolster the student's confidence, and give them interesting information in interesting ways. Furthermore, the typical native Chinese method of learning involves rote memorization, which often does not work for Western students: as such, my teaching style is instead multi-sensory, focused on individual study skills, experiential, and pragmatic. I would argue this is style is significantly better for students used to the American education system.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Phoenix Award for Excellence in Chinese Studies, Trinity University, 2015; June Cook Scholarship in Creative Writing, Trinity University, 2014; Mellon Grant for summer research at Trinity University, May 2013 - June 2013

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. in Chinese Studies and B.A. in English from Trinity University; Study abroad program under the IES intensive language program, hosted at the Beijing Foreign Language University; Began studying Chinese freshman year of high school at St. Andrew's Episcopal

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