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Welcome to Yinghua Academy Kindergarten. 阮老师 Ruan Laoshi /Mrs. Nelson. 崔老师 Cui laoshi. Ms. Byram – Art Ms. Chou – Music Ms. Thune. K 3 also taught by:. Chinese Language Arts curriculum Singapore Math Science Whole School and Classroom Expectations How to get involved at school

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Welcome to Yinghua Academy Kindergarten


阮老师RuanLaoshi/Mrs. Nelson


崔老师 Cui laoshi


  • Ms. Byram – Art

  • Ms. Chou – Music

  • Ms. Thune

K 3 also taught by:


Chinese Language Arts curriculum

Singapore Math

Science

Whole School and Classroom Expectations

How to get involved at school

Important Events

Main Topics for Tonight


Chinese Language Arts

Math

Social Studies

Science

Play

Main Goals for Kindergarten-Be ready for first grade


  • Reading Readiness: The student will develop book and print awareness

  • Phonemic Awareness: The student will develop phonemic awareness and basic knowledge of the Chinese characters

  • Decoding and Word recognition: Recognize some words

  • Comprehension: The students will develop and apply strategis and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed

Chinese Language Arts


The followings are general topic areas and intended timelines for instruction.

The topics and resources listed are only samples, not a complete listing. Topics listed may occur earlier or later than indicated.


Student Schedule K3, Ruan Laoshi

Yinghua Academy


Literary Response and Analysis: Identify types of everyday print materials

Vocabulary: Basic academic and functional Chinese vocabulary

Listening and Speaking: Students will listen and respond to oral communication

Writing: Handwriting skills and hold pencil correctly

Chinese Language Arts


My First Chinese Words 36 Book set from Better Chinese

I Love Chinese: The 14 book set from Better Chinese

青(qīng) 田(tián)story books

Singapore reading materials

Reading materials from China

Kindergarten Chinese Language Arts Curriculum


Language acquisition vs. Language Learning

Chinese immersion environment

Connect sound to print and connect print to meaning (Same as MN English Language Arts standards)

Basic Concepts of Immersion Education


  • Use daily routine phrases

  • Visual aids

  • Body language

  • Facial expressions

  • Sing Chinese songs

  • Recite Chinese poems

  • Nursery rhymes

  • Story reading

Immersion Teaching Strategies


Be familiar with the 18 basic strokes

Follow the writing rules

Use the proper stroke order when writing characters

Practice is the key

How to Get off to A Good Start Writing Chinese Characters


Multiple types of characters (e.g. pictographs, ideographs, compound pictographs, compound ideographs, semi-phonetic compounds, etc..)

Starting with simple characters, such as pictographic characters

What are Chinese Characters?


Examples of Pictographic Characters


Example of a Chinese Character


Your child will be able to --

understand the classroom directions from teachers in Chinese

express their needs and wants with Chinese speakers

understand the basic strokes and formation of characters

write at least 80+ Chinese characters

recognize at least 150-200 Chinese characters

When Your Child Graduates from YA Kindergarten


Read to your child

Language-rich environment

Monthly language rich activities calendar

Extend Your Child’s English Vocabulary


Singapore Math Method

- follows a spiral progression

- Principles: Three step learning model, moving from the concrete, to the pictorial, to the abstract

-consistent and strong emphasis on problem solving and model drawing

Singapore Math


Suitable for immersion program

-Builds upon preceding levels

-Explanations of math concepts are exceptionally clear and simple

Singapore Math


  • Follows the MN Science Standard

  • Follows the Core Knowledge Scope and Sequence

  • Integrates with Chinese Language Arts in the immersion classroom ,e.g. observe plants growth

  • Fosters a science attitude:

    "The success of science has more to do with an attitude common to scientists than with a particular method. This attitude is one of inquiry, experimentation, and humility before the facts." - Paul G. Hewitt, Conceptual Physics, Second Edition, p. 3

  • Hands on activities, experiment experiences

Science


Elementary school children are in a concrete operational stage of their development. (Piaget, 1958)

--Invisible things must be represented in concrete form to enable these children to grasp the concepts.

Science


In kindergarten, children often study aspects of the world around them: the family, the school, the community.

We want to help students think about their relationship with the world and foster their curiosity.

Social Studies


Play is the Work of the Child (Piaget)

Play


Play, along with the basic needs of nutrition, health, shelter and education, is vital to develop the potential of all children.

Play is communication and expression, combing thought and action; it gives satisfaction and a feeling of achievement.

Play is instinctive, voluntary, and spontaneous.

Play is important to Children


Play helps children develop physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially.

Play is a means of learning to live, not a mere passing of time.

Play is the child’s way of learning.

Play is important to Children


Kindergarten Curriculum Map

School Wide Calendar-receive today.

Class Schedule

Kindergarten Classroom Rules-have you child color and bring back for a sticker.

Information you can find on classroom page


Read to your child everyday

Good rest and eat well

Check sent home folder every night

Check our Classroom Page weekly (password: 2013yinghuarocks)

Arrive at school and pick up on time

Individual snack in the backpack

Turn in homework on time

Learn with your child

Be involved

A Happy and Successful Year


Three field trips- Apple Orchard in October, MN Zoo in Feb, and one in spring.

Monthly Activity Calendar- at least complete two activities a week

Grandparents’ Day- October 11th,2013

Chinese New Year Performance-2/07/2013 at Bethel University

Academic Performance-the end of May

Exciting Events


[email protected]

Notes in the take home folder

Class Coordinators

Kinder Campus Office (612)-788-9095

“Report an Absence”- Go to the Yinghua home page and scroll to the bottom, there is a link in the black bar at bottom. Click on that link and fill in the form, the school will receive an email with the information. 

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谢谢你们!


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