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Learning Exercise

Material: An Introduction to Chinese Proverbs and Their Origins
Submitted by: Louise Dambrauskas on Sep 11, 2010
Date Last Modified: Sep 11, 2010
Title: 掩耳盗铃
Description: Narrates the story and moral lesson of the proverb and then have students mime the drama while the teacher narrates.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supervised
Time Required 20 min.
Course: Mandarin Chinese for beginners
Audience: Middle School
Prerequisites Skills: Already have learnt Chinese for 1 year.
Learning Objectives: SWBAT coordinate listening and kinetic movements after learning the story and moral.
Technical Notes: Students are asked to improvise and interject using Chinese. E.g. when the bell rings, they may say "啊, 我要聋了“。
Text of Learning Exercise: 从前有一人,他想偷一个铃,可是他知道铃会发出很大的声音, 于是他把自己的耳朵掩上,然后去偷,他以为自己听不见别人也听不见,结果被人从铃声发觉他的恶行。
Assessment: None
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