Chinese Activities - Grade 5 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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MANDARIN CHINESE LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES.
GRADE 5 SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1 2023

WK LSN Strand Sub strand Specific learning outcomes Key inquiry Questions Learning experiences learning resources assessment method refl
1 1 Listening and Speaking  Greetings and Introduction

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to;

  1. pronounce formal and informal greetings in Mandarin in order to master greetings
  2. articulate words and numbers correctly for differentiation of tones
  3. Appreciate the importance of greeting and introducing self
  1. What are the reasons for greeting each other appropriately during different times of the day?
  2. Why is it important to say numbers with the right intonation? 
  • In turns learners respond to formal and informal greetings in Mandarin
  • learners listen to an audio on articulation of Mandarin words and imitate pronunciation
  • learrners watch an audio visual on introduction of oneself and others
  • in order to master greetings and introduction in Mandarin
  • in groups learners pronounce numbers 0 – 100 in Mandarin 
  •  Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
  2   Greetings and Introduction

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to;

  1. pronounce formal and informal greetings in Mandarin in order to master greetings
  2. articulate words and numbers correctly for differentiation of tones
  3. Appreciate the importance of greeting and introducing self

  1. What are the reasons for greeting each other appropriately during different times of the day?
  2. Why is it important to say numbers with the right intonation?
  • in turns learners respond to formal and informal greetings in Mandarin in groups learners to listen to an audio on articulation of Mandarin words and imitate pronunciation
  • learners watch an audio visual on introduction of oneself and others in order to master greetings and introduction in Mandarin
  • in groups learners pronounce numbers 0 – 100 in Mandarin 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
2 1   Greetings and Introduction

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to;

  1.  introduce oneself and others in Mandarin
  2. recognize differences between own language and Mandarin 
  3. Appreciate the importance of greeting and introducing self 


  1. What are the reasons for greeting each other appropriately during different times of the day?
  2. Why is it important to say with the right intonation?
  • in turns learners respond to formal and informal greetings in Mandarin
  • learners listen to an audio on articulation of Mandarin words and imitate pronunciation
    learners watch an audio visual on introduction of oneself and others numbers  in order to master greetings and introduction in Mandarin
  • in groups learners pronounce numbers 0 – 100 in Mandarin
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
   2     Greetings and Introduction 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to;

  1. introduce oneself and others in Mandarin
  2.  recognize differences between own language and Mandarin
  3. Appreciate the importance of greeting and introducing self 
  1. What are the reasons for greeting each other appropriately during different times of the day?
  2. Why is it important to say numbers with the right intonation? 
  • in turns learners respond to formal and informal greetings in Mandarin
  • learners listen to an audio on articulation of Mandarin words and imitate pronunciation
  • learners watch an audio visual on introduction of oneself and others in order to master greetings and introduction in Mandarin
  • in groups learners pronounce numbers 0 – 100 in Mandarin 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
 3  1   Reading Greetings and Introduction

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1. read formal and informal greetings in pinyin using acquired vocabulary
  2.  reads numbers 0 –100 accurately with correct pronunciation and intonation
  3. discriminates the four language tones for effective communication 
  1. Why is it important to read numbers 80 – 100 in Mandarin with the correct tone?
  2. Why is it important to greet someone appropriately according to the time of the day in Mandarin? 
  • learners watch a video on greetings and introduction
  • learners practice reading greetings and introducing each other in Mandarin
  • learners imitate the teacher in reading aloud disyllabic words
  • learners read number cards 0 - 100 written in pinyin and character
  • in turns learners read aloud dialogues on greetings and introduction in pinyin from charts 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
   2    2 Greetings and Introduction 

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to

  1. read formal and informal greetings in pinyin using acquired vocabulary
  2. reads numbers 0 –100 accurately with correct pronunciation and intonation
  3. discriminates the four language tones for effective communication 
  1. Why is it important to read numbers 80 – 100 in Mandarin with the correct tone?
  2. Why is it important to greet someone appropriately according to the time of the day in Mandarin? 
  • learners watch a video on greetings and introduction
  • learners practice reading greetings and introducing each other in Mandarin
  • learners imitate the teacher in reading aloud disyllabic words
  • learners read number cards 0 - 100 written in pinyin and character
  • in turns learners read aloud dialogues on greetings and introduction in pinyin from charts
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone



 
 4  1   Greetings and Introduction 

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1. read formal and informal greetings in pinyin using acquired vocabulary
  2. reads numbers 0 –100 accurately with correct pronunciation and intonation
  3. discriminates the four language tones for effective communication 
  1. What is the importance of introducing one self and others in Mandarin when meeting new people? 
  • learners watch a video on greetings and introduction
  • learners practice reading greetings and introducing each other in Mandarin
  • learners imitate the teacher in reading aloud disyllabic word
  • learners read number cards 0 - 100 written in pinyin and character
  • in turns learners read aloud dialogues on greetings and introduction in pinyin from charts
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  •  Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
   2   Greetings and Introduction 

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1.  read formal and informal greetings in pinyin using acquired vocabulary
  2. reads numbers 0 –100 accurately with correct pronunciation and intonation
  3. discriminates the four language tones for effective communication
 
  1. What is the importance of introducing one self and others in Mandarin when meeting new people? 
  • learners watch a video on greetings and introduction
  • learners practice reading greetings and introducing each other in Mandarin
  • learners imitate the teacher in reading aloud disyllabic words
  • learners read number cards 0 - 100 written in pinyin and character
  • in turns learners read aloud                   dialogues on greetings and introduction in pinyin from charts
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
 5  1  Writing  Greetings and Introduction 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to

  1. write texts on greetings and introductions in pinyin
  2. write numbers 0 – 100 in pinyin and as characters to make meaning
  3. Display recognition of social norms in interactions. 
  1. Why is it important to write numbers correctly?
  • in groups learners write formal and informal greetings on cards using Chinese pinyin
  • learners copy pinyin and characters of numbers displayed on the cards in their exercise books
  • In pairs learners write a brief introduction about each other in Chinese pinyin watch a video on greetings and introductions 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
  2   Greetings and Introduction

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to

  1. write texts on greetings and introductions in pinyin
  2. write numbers 0 – 100 in pinyin and as characters to make meaning
  3. Display recognition of social norms in interactions. 
  1. Why is it important to write numbers correctly?
  • in groups learners write formal and informal greetings on cards using Chinese pinyin learners copy pinyin and characters of numbers displayed on the cards in their exercise books
  • in pairs learners write a brief introduction about each other in Chinese pinyin
  • watch a video on greetings and introductions 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
 6  1   Greetings and Introduction 

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to

  1.  write texts on greetings and introductions in pinyin
  2. write numbers 0 – 100 in pinyin and as characters to make meaning
  3. Display recognition of social norms in interactions. 
  1. Why is it important to write numbers correctly?
  • in groups learners write formal and informal greetings on cards using Chinese pinyin
  • learners copy pinyin and characters of numbers displayed on the cards in their exercise books
  • in pairs learners write a brief introduction about each other in Chinese pinyin
  • learners watch a video on greetings and introductions 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
   2   Greetings and Introduction 

 By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to

  1. write texts on greetings and introductions in pinyin
  2. write numbers 0 – 100 in pinyin and as characters to make meaning
  3. Display recognition of social norms in interactions. 
  1. Why is it important to write numbers correctly?
  • in groups learners write formal and informal greetings on cards using Chinese pinyin
  • learners copy pinyin and characters of numbers displayed on the cards in their exercise books
  • in pairs learners write a brief introduction about each other in Chinese pinyin
  • watch a video on greetings and introductions 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
7 1  Listening and Speaking  My Family

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1.  pronounce names of extended family members in Mandarin
  2. construct simple sentences on family in Mandarin
  3. appreciate the importance of a family 

 

  1.  How do you say the names of different family members in Mandarin? 
  • listen to an audio / visual text on names of extended family members and imitate saying them
  • in turns say simple sentences about one’s extended family members in Mandarin
  • listen to a song on the audio CD on names of family members in Chinese and sing along
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 

 

  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
  2   My Family

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1. pronounce names of extended family members in Mandarin
  2. construct simple sentences on family in Mandarin
  3.  appreciate the importance of a family 
  1. How do you say the names of different family members in Mandarin? 
  • Listen to audio / visual text on names of extended family members and imitate saying them
  • in turn say simple sentences about one’s extended family members in Mandarin
  • listen to a song on the audio CD on names of family members in Chinese and sing along 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
8 1   Reading My Family

 By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1.  read the names of extended family members in pinyin
  2. makes meaning of simple texts on family in pinyin
  3. Recognizes the role of family in life.
  1. Why are family relations important?
  • learners read names of extended family members from a picture chart (accessed from digital devices, the internet)
  • in groups learners read the simple text introducing their extended family members.
  • in groups learners to match pictures of extended family members to their respective pinyin names from flash cards 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
  2   My Family 

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1. read the names of extended family members in pinyin
  2. makes meaning of simple texts on family in pinyin
  3. Recognizes the role of family in life.
  1. Why are family relations important?
  • learners read names of extended family members from a picture chart (accessed from digital devices, the internet)
  • in groups learners to match pictures of extended family members to their respective pinyin names from flash cards
  • learners play a game of naming and identifying extended family members
  • learners match pictures/texts/dialogues on extended family members in pinyin 
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
9 1   Writing My Family   

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1. write the words and sentences correctly in pinyin
  2. Values the role writing plays in learning. 
  3. Recognizes the role of family in life. 
  1. What makes writing of words and sentences correctly necessary when learning?
  • learners match pictures/flashcards of extended family members with their correct pinyin names
  • learners use digital devices to search for names of   the extended family members in Mandarin and make presentations on their findings
  • learners watch a video clip on extended family members in Chinese and copy the sentences they see
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,
  • ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal 
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
  2    My Family   

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to;

  1. write the words and sentences correctly in pinyin
  2. Values the role writing plays in learning.
  3. Recognizes the role of family in life. 
  1. What makes writing of words and sentences correctly necessary when learning?
  • learners match pictures/flashcards of extended family members with their correct pinyin names
  • learners use digital devices to search for names of the extended family members in Mandarin and make presentations on their findings
  • learners watch a video clip on extended family members in Chinese and copy the sentences they see
  • Cartoons,
  • books and booklets,
  • charts,
  • Realia,ICT DVDs,
  • newspaper,
  • realia,
  • journal
  • Rhythm,
  • Intensity,
  • Phoneme,
  • Tone
 
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