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Chinese Lesson 3: Nice to Meet You (8-10-Year Old)
Learners are going to learn how to say "Nice to meet you" in Chinese. In addition, learners will learn how to say " I am happy", " You are happy", "I know you", "You know me" using the curriculum I personally designed.
Yancong He (Frank He)
265 total reviews for this teacher
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PLEASE 1. Take lesson one and lesson two before you take this lesson or your learner won't understand anything. 2. Make sure that your learner is in the age range required. 3. Respect the teacher and others in the class. 4. Respect your learner's study time (Don't distract them or make big noises around them) THANK YOU! In this lesson, we are going to learn how to say "Nice to meet you" in Chinese. Due to the cultural differences between Chinese and English, "Nice to meet you" is...
The homework will be having students to teach one of their family members what they learned from the lesson any time when they are ready after the lesson.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Yancong He (Frank He)Chinese teacher
265 total reviews
498 completed classes
Where do I come from Hello! My name is He Yancong, but you can call me Teacher Frank. I grew up in a small town in China in a place where there are 6 languages that are spoken and 7 distinct ethnic cultures that are practiced in the area. I grew...