Focusing

For the 8th graders in the middle school, it is not necessary for them to learn Chinese. Because they do have Chinese in the high school. But most of them still focus on learning Chinese and studying hard every daily day. Some of them took very neatly notes to prepare the pop quiz or Chinese test. It is first time for them to explore a foreign language, especially for learning how to write the Chinese characters and make a difference between the five speaking tones. Most time they tell me “Ms. Liu, I am so confused, are you Ms. Six?” at that time, I am always happy and explaining the tones part. I am so proud of my kids how hard they study and how much they love Chinese class.

 

专注

对于八年级的中学生,学习中文对他们来说并不是必要的,因为他们的高中没有中文课。但是他们当中的大多数仍然每天非常认真学习中文。他们非常详细地做课堂笔记为了准备中文课的随堂测验和期末考试。对于他们来说,这是第一次学习一门外语,尤其是怎么写汉字,如何区分五个音调的不同。他们常常跑过来疑惑地问我:“刘老师,你是六老师吗?”每当这时,我总是很开心的解释音调的不同。我的学生们非常热爱中文课并且努力学习,我为他们而感到骄傲和自豪。IMG_0019.JPG

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