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Languages: Chinese - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use spoken and written Chinese to initiate and sustain interactions in familiar and unfamiliar contexts (WS1, WS2, WS5, WS7). The student exchanges information (WS4), ideas and opinions (WS3) and …

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Languages: Chinese - Satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use spoken and written Chinese to communicate with teachers and peers (WS1, WS2). The student participates in structured and routine interactions, using learnt sounds, formulaic phrases, and verbal …

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Languages: Chinese - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use spoken and written Chinese to interact in a range of familiar contexts (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS4). The student responds to instructions, questions (WS2, WS3, WS4) and directions. The student uses …

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Languages: Chinese - Satisfactory - Years 5 and 6

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use spoken and written (WS3) Chinese to initiate and maintain interactions (WS1, WS2). The student describes and gives information WS2) about self (WS2, WS4), their preferences, environment, experiences …

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Languages: Chinese - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (F-10 sequence)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use spoken and written Chinese to sustain extended interactions with familiar and unfamiliar participants in a range of contexts (WS1). The student uses pinyin to transcribe spoken texts and uses …

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Languages: Chinese - Satisfactory - Years 3 and 4

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use spoken and written Chinese in simple personal interactions with familiar participants (WS1) about self, family (WS2), people, places, routine, school life, and own interests and preferences …

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Writing task - AT

Students were asked to write a semi-formal email to a friend using Chinese characters, on how they felt about not having a smart phone, why they feel they should have one and how they would use it.

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Game constructing sentences with Chinese characters - AT

Students were asked to construct sentences with Chinese characters using correct measure words and applying them appropriately.

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Interview: Mobile phones at the table - AT

The interview took place at the end of a unit on eating etiquette in China. Students discussed (in English and Chinese) the cultural practices related to sharing a meal with family and friends in China and the similarities and differences between Australia …

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Reflection on constructing sentences - AT

Students had completed a unit on describing clothes and constructing sentences using appropriates adjectives and verbs. Students were asked to reflect on and discuss how to construct sentences describing clothes using appropriate verbs, vocabulary and …

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Talking about clothing - AT

Students were asked to create a short, spontaneous conversation discussing their ideas on clothes. Students needed to use vocabulary and expressions that they had learnt in a module on buying clothing.

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Nursery rhyme - AT

Students were asked to memorise and recite a Chinese nursery rhyme using correct pronunciation, rhythm and intonation.

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Identifying Chinese number characters - AT

Students had learnt the Chinese characters from 1-10 and the importance of stroke order. They were asked to demonstrate their knowledge by completing an activity using simple mathematics requiring them to match numbers and objects to the corresponding …

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Letter to a friend - AT

Students had learnt how to talk about their own family and construct short, informative texts. In this task, students were asked to write a short letter about their family to an imaginary penfriend. They were to include names, ages and occupations.

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Role Play: Shopping - AT

The role play took place at the end of a unit on shopping and buying music, food and clothing. Students learned vocabulary, expressions, grammar and idioms related to the theme of the unit.  Students were asked to create a short conversation using the …

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At the doctor’s - AT

Students had worked on a unit on health where they learnt the vocabulary and expressions to use to explain symptoms and remedies for ailments. Students were asked to create and then enact a role-play between a patient and doctor at the doctor’s surgery. …

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Script of a conversation on part time work - AT

Students were asked to write in Chinese characters the script of a conversation about part time work.

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Chinese Characters - AT

Students were asked to demonstrate their knowledge of the stroke order of a Chinese character and write the Pinyin and English meaning. Students were also asked to write numbers 1 to 10 in Chinese characters and draw a picture to demonstrate understanding …

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Self Introduction - AT - Chinese

Students had learnt the language to enable them to write a basic self-introduction. In this task, students were asked to prepare a self-introduction in Pinyin (with tonal marks) demonstrating their learning. This activity took place in class with no additional …

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Writing task – weather forecast

Students were asked to write in Chinese characters about the weather forecast in a city of their choice.

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