Designing a Lesson for High School Chinese: Sequenced Instruction for Better Understanding

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Authors Jiaying Howard, professor of Chinese at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and Lanting Xu, Mandarin Chinese teacher at Bellarmine College Preparatory in California, will discuss and give examples of how to create a sequenced lesson plan for high school Chinese classes. Using materials from their new textbook series, Huanying, the authors will demonstrate how to incorporate effective and engaging activities into your curriculum, giving students practice in all four language skills.

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