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Jay

Undergraduate Degree:
Shanghai University Of Technology - Mechanical Engineering

Graduate Degree:
California State Univ. Los Angeles - Education Tesol

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Yiwen

Undergraduate Degree:
Shanghai University - Library, Archive And Information

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University Of Wisconsin Madison - Library And Information Science

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Edwin

Undergraduate Degree:
National Taiwan University - Biochemical Science And Technology

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Today we went over the student's Chinese vocabulary in preparation for his test Friday. We worked with flashcards, and writing characters. He was struggling a bit with having to remember the characters. However, after much repetition, he was able to complete both the practice test I gave him, and the vocabulary portion of the practice test from his instructor. He should be well prepared for his exam.

I gave him a quiz on translations from English to Chinese. We went it over and plan to give him another try next week. We started a new chapter in book 2, and learned the names of common fruits.

The student studied for his dictation test and completed most of his homework for the week. The characters for this week's test were complicated and although he felt intimidated at first, he benefited from color-coded character sheets and learned the characters quickly. His spacing when writing characters has greatly improved. He still struggles with understanding written or spoken sentences in Chinese, but did well when I broke the sentences into one- or two- word chunks.

The student and I reviewed Lesson 4, 5 and new words of Lesson 6 in his book. We went through new words, grammar points, read the texts and I answered student's questions. Also I provided related vocabulary and phrases, also words that are easily to be confused. We made sentences and practiced conversations based on the text too.

This session record is for Student 1, Student 2, and Student 3 all together. I continued teaching each student an introductory conversation, using a question-answer format for Student 1 and Student 2 and a repeating version for Student 3. Student 1 and I had a long conversation about our families, while Student 2 and I had a shorter one. I also reviewed different action words with Student 1 and Student 3.

We learned about time, days of the week, numbers, animals, and colors. We covered both vocabulary and dialogues. I taught them how to express and ask others when is their birthdays, to answer questions about your birthdays. Reviewed previous lessons and pronunciation skills. All were good!

We went over the old vocab words and how they are used in sentences. We had a writing quiz on the words I taught her in the previous session. She is going to keep reviewing vocab words as homework.

I and the student went through a dialogue in Mandarin in today's session for her upcoming recitation. I corrected some of her pronunciations and instructed her to repeat several times after me. I highlighted some of the must-practice words from her dialogue for her to practice more at her own study time.

At today's session, the student and I went over her homework again. Overall, she did pretty good!

I first helped Student 1 study for an upcoming science test on genetics. I quizzed him on certain terms/concepts and explained them if he was having trouble. I then went over Student 2's homework, which he did well on. We reviewed what we had learned recently and I gave him new vocabulary words to study for homework.

Today we started the next chapter - Chapter 4, which covered how to ask for someone's name and how to introduce one's own name. We began with the vocabulary and I had them try to recognize the vocabulary by the roots and a few picturesque examples. Next we worked on the sentence structures this chapter introduced us to. We went around the table and had some students ask the questions and some answer them. Finally we read the passage and with the sentence structures down, reading was a bit easier for them. We had time and so we went into the vocabulary for chapter 5. We also introduced some new roots and explained a few new particle words. Finally, with the time we had left we briefly went into numbers. I had them practice writing and reading the numbers 1-10 for next time. Next week's session will be on Friday.

Agenda: 1. Pinyin. 2. Overview of all the phonetic components of Mandarin. 3. Pronunciation practices: "B, P,M, F." 4. Conversations. 5. How to introduce yourself and other people. 6. Basic Pronouns. 7. Titles and when to use them. 8. Formal titles vs Informal titles.

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