Lesson Plan

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Lesson Plan
TCLP teacher’s name:
Li Li
Lesson title:
Revision
Grade level:
11&12 Language level: beginners
Step 1—Desired Results
Lesson goals
What should students know, understand, and be able to do as a result of the lesson?
At the end of the class, students will be able to know
1. all the words, phrases and sentences they have learned this half school year.
2. cultural literacy.
3. meanings of some common radicals.
Essential Questions
What leading questions can you ask of students to get them to understand the Big Ideas?
How many topics have we covered this half school year?
Show students some words with the same radicals and ask them the meaning of the words
Lesson Objectives
Identify General Learner Outcome (GLO)
Students will be able to identify the meaning of Chinese characters with the help of pinyin.
Step 2—Assessment Evidence
Performance task — What will students do to show what they have learned?
Performance criteria — How good is good enough to meet standards?
At the end of the class, students are expected to make as many phrases as possible with all the Chinese
characters they have learnt.
Step 3—Learning Plan
Please be prepared to demonstrate at least one of these activities during your workshop presentation.
You will have 15 minutes for your demonstration
Materials needed
Textbooks, flash cards, fly swatter, worksheets
Learning activities
Step by step instructions from start to finish (including amount of minutes needed per activity), and
detailed enough for another teacher to follow. What teaching methods/activities will you be using?
1. Help students to review the words and sentence pattern they learned in the first half of school
year. Play a game of four corners to help with the revision. 20 mins
2. Write 妈妈, 奶奶, 妹妹, 姐姐 on the blackboard and remind them the meaning of “女” and
other radicals we have learnt in the first two quarters, like 氵; 灬; 月; 犭; 山; 饣, 木
3. Talk about Chinese cultural names of Chinese; the rivers; geography; Peking Opera; rules of
writing characters
Step 4—Reflection
What happened during my lesson? What did my students learn? How do I know?
What did I learn? How will I improve my lesson next time?
(THIS SECTION CAN BE FILLED IN AFTER YOU HAVE CONDUCTED YOUR LESSON AT THE
WORKSHOP)
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