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旅行计划 Travel Plan

After learning how to say a future tense sentence in Mandarin:  我想去+place (I would like to go to + place), our Year 5 children learned a province in China called Sichuan, which has many magnificent scenic and cultural attractions.

Besides, students learned some basic information of this province, such as its location, area, climate, capital city, etc. As well as its most famous top 5 attractions and how to get there.

Then year 5 children managed to create a travel plan booklet for a holiday. We have lots of very well designed and detailed travel plans with beautiful character writings. Very well done year 5s!

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Video conference with China

IMG_0913IMG_0910IMG_0885IMG_0901IMG_0860We were very pleased to meet our partner school students in China today. We had 18 children from different year groups attended this event. They practised their Mandarin and understood something from our partner school. It was really great time but quality time flies. Hopefully next time we have a bit longer time to meet our Chinese friends. Zai jian our friends.

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Where have you been?

After practicing our speaking skill on the topic of country and city names, as well as telling the sentences of ”  我去过…/我没有去过…(I have been to…/ I haven’t been to…), Year 5 and year 6 students learned and practiced writing the sentences of  我去过…/我没有去过…(I have been to…/ I haven’t been to…)

This week, Year 5 and Year 6 children worked together and created a poster showing where they have been to and where their haven’t been to. Children did a lot of beautiful writing of sentences and glued them on a vintage like map of the world. All the posters are now displayed on the KS2 hall.

Well done!

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After they children made the posters, we put all the posters in the hall and let them record who has been to where and some places they haven’t been to in English on the form. When they returned their classroom, they need to do pair work and tell their partner what they recorded in Mandarin.

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Character Stamp

This week’s Mandarin club, KS2 children made potato stamps with a Chinese character on it.

They first needed to write the character “吉” on a half of a baby potato, which means good luck. Then they carved the their writing with a pencil. After that they stamped the potato in red paint and then onto a Chinese postcard.

These children managed to finished their potato stamps very well within a very limited after lunch time.

Well done children!

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