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Copyright © Lumivox International Co., Ltd.www.speakmandarin.com Learning Goal 1. To ask if there are seats available in a restaurant. 2. To be able to order Chinese dishes. 3. To be able to tell the waiter your dietary preferences and restrictions. 4. To be able to rush your order.
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Copyright © Lumivox International Co., Ltd.www.speakmandarin.com 1.If you want to know if there are seats available, how to ask? Speaking Practice 2. You and your family go to restaurant, you tell waiter your preferences and restrictions. How to say? 3. When you want to rush your order, how to say?
Copyright © Lumivox International Co., Ltd.www.speakmandarin.com Make a Dialogue Please make a dialogue with these pictures and the answers of last slide.
Copyright © Lumivox International Co., Ltd.www.speakmandarin.com Look at the picture below and say as many sentences as you could in 3 minutes. Time Speaking
Copyright © Lumivox International Co., Ltd.www.SpeakMandarin.com Unit 3 Family Lesson 2 Who Is He? 他是谁？ Unit 3 Family Lesson 2 Who Is He? 他是谁？
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Copyright © 2010 Lumivox International Ltd. Learning Goals 1.To get to familiar with Chinese Tones; 2.To review Chinese numbers; 3.To practice how to ask.
Lap 1. the to and he a I you it of in Lap 2.
Developed/Developing. When we talk about developed or developing countries, we are partly talking about the quality of life that ordinary people are able.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Eleven Checking for Understanding.
Copyright © Lumivox International Co., Ltd. Learning Goals 1.To get to familiar with Chinese Tones;
IN THIS LESSON, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO USE THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS AND SOME NUMBERS TO CREATE AN EXPRESSION WITH A RESULT THAT YOU WANT IT TO BE. Order.
Unit 2 - Writing Unit of Study Small Moment Writing in Personal Narrative.
Writing Process. First? Read Question What is it asking? Whats the issue? What do you need to know? What do you already know?
Whats wrong with could of should of would of ? Many of us have got in the habit of saying the following phrases: Many of us have got in the habit of.
Communication Michelle Smart. Plan Before the school year starts make sure to have a classroom website. On the website tell a little bit about yourself.
Listening Have you ever been in the middle of a conversation when the person you are talking to just gets up and walks away? Or fiddles in the chair?
Instructions for families: When introducing a new section: 1.Tell the student the word 2.Ask them to repeat it back to you by saying what word? – 3 times.
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Three How To Show You Are Listening.
Card Tricks Arranged By Liam Saliba Source – Mismag822Mismag822.
Letter Sounds & Words Students will learn how to sound out letters. Students will learn to put letter sounds together to make a new word. Students will.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
1 4 «Square» questions B A D C Look carefully at the picture. I will ask you 4 questions in regards to the squares Are you Ready?
LEARNING STYLES. Learning Styles How can I help? Is the one question asked by parents. Knowing your child’s learning style helps you to help them. It.
Teaching Sight Words To Your Child…. Remember, before you begin…. Make 2 copies of the words on index cards.
By the end of this session you will learn…. Common expressions used when talking on the telephone.
What is it? Tell Them From Me is an online student survey. It is not a test. It is a series of questions that will help your teachers and principal learn.
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Five How To Start a Conversation.
Who, What, Where, Why, When, and How Much: The elements of an interesting presentation.
Lesson Objectives By the end of this lesson you should be able to: Multiply powers with the same base. Divide powers with the same base. Free powerpoints.
Creating an Xtranormal movie A brief guide by Ms. G. Ellner.
By Robert Lopshire I will go into the zoo. I want to see it. Yes, I do.
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