纽约时报中文网 国际纵览 Class presentation overview | New Generation In order to apply our knowledge and practice some teaching skills we developed “Survival Spanish Lesson”. Here I present our working plan, reasons and conclusions after this presentation. Working plan: Our team have teaching experience or have been related within educational environment before, and know the audience. Due date: October 21Time: 20 minutesStudents: Classmates and professor.Subject: Spanish basic lessonLearning objectives: To engage students to learn some basic Spanish words Students recognize Spanish characters, words, pronunciation and meaning Student’s practice speaking, reading and writing To develop 21st Century Skill Pedagogies: Constructivist and Social Learning Tools: Web 2.0 Blend space: Repository to administrate class web toolsPadlet: Administrate collaborative group activitySpeechable: Interactive tool to create speech bubbles for group activitySocrative: Educational game and assess students Activities: The class was divided by different learning sections: Assessments:
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Learning together online | Online home for my life as a digital scholar Chinese Text Sampler: Readings in Chinese Literature, History, and Popular Culture An Annotated Collection of Digitized Chinese Texts for Students of Chinese Language and Culture The best way to improve Chinese reading skills is to get lots of practice on a regular basis. The collection of Chinese texts presented here is intended as a resource for students of written Chinese from the advanced beginner level onward. Each text can be displayed in your browser window or downloaded for use with Chinese text reading and dictionary software such as Clavis Sinica or Wenlin. The numerical ratings next to each title provide a rough measure, on a scale from one to seven, of the relative difficulty of the text based on the usage frequency of the characters it contains in modern Chinese. Looking for Simpler Readings or Audio Recordings? For additional readings at the beginner level, try out the Stepping Stones e-textbook, a set of 15 multi-media lessons designed to introduce the 300 most commonly used characters. Struggling to Learn Chinese Characters?
6 Types Of Assessment Of Learning 6 Types Of Assessment Of Learning by TeachThought Staff If curriculum is the what of teaching, and learning models are the how, assessment is the puzzled “Hmmmm”–as in, I assumed this and this about student learning, but after giving this assessment, well….”Hmmmmm.” So what are the different types of assessment of learning? This graphic below from McGraw Hill offers up six forms; the next time someone says “assessment,’ you can say “Which type, and what are we doing with the data?” 1. One way to think about it: Assesses a student’s strengths, weaknesses, knowledge, and skills prior to instruction. Another way to think about it: A baseline to work from 2. One way to think about it: Assesses a student’s performance during instruction, and usually occurs regularly throughout the instruction process. Another way to think about it: Like a doctor’s “check-up” to provide data to revise instruction 3. One way to think about it: Measures a student’s achievement at the end of instruction. 4. 5. 6.
ReadChinese! (Displaying 21 - 30 of 69 lessons) Emails, Blogs, and Diaries: Where I Would Live 1/1+ Personal statements made online about what would constitute the ideal place to live. Emails, Blogs, and Diaries: Whom I Would Love 1/1+ Chinese teens, like teens everywhere, are beginning to think of romance and love, and write about what their ideal mates might be like. Family: Extended Family: Grandfather's Birthday Party 1/1+ The source text shows a family coming together for a birthday party and how each relative takes a role in making the party a success. Family: Extended Family: One-Month-Old Baby Celebration 1/1+ The text depicts one of the first celebrations that a newborn child traditionally receives in Chinese culture: a party to celebrate being one month old. Film and Film Stars: Actress Gong Li 1/1+ This text is a short biographic sketch on the Chinese film star Gong Li.
Word Counter: The Word Count Calculator Podcast | 慢速中文 Slow Chinese 欢迎光临 WELCOME! 大家好！Welcome to Slow Chinese. Computation of different effect sizes like d, f, r and transformation of different effect sizes: Psychometrica Statistical significance means that a result may not be the cause of random variations within the data. But not every significant result refers to an effect with a high impact, resp. it may even describe a phenomenon that is not really perceivable in everyday life. Statistical significance mainly depends on the sample size, the quality of the data and the power of the statistical procedures. If large data sets are at hand, as it is often the case f. e. in epidemiological studies or in large scale assessments, very small effects may reach statistical significance. Here you will find a number of online calculators for the computation of different effect sizes and an interpretation table at the bottom of this page: 1. If the two groups have the same n, then the effect size is simply calculated by subtracting the means and dividing the result by the pooled standard deviation. 2. 3. 4. Please choose the mode of testing (dependent vs. independent) and specify the t statistic. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Clavis Sinica: Chinese Voices Project Welcome to Chinese Voices, a collection of mini-essays with mp3 audio for students of Chinese language and culture. All of the selections are written by savvy young Beijingers and are read in their own voices. Each piece offers a perspective on modern life in Beijing you won't find in a Chinese language textbook or the China Daily. Subject Areas To get started, just pick a subject area from the list below and choose a lesson topic that interests you. Click on a subject area from this list to view all of the lesson topics in that category. Some entries also provide a "Flashcards" link. The two numbers after each title represent the piece's approximate difficulty level and length in characters. You can also view a complete listing of all topics in order of difficulty, or join a conversation about your favorite essays on our new discussion board. Recent Additions Here are some of the latest new entries on the site: Join a conversation about your favorite essays on our new discussion board!
TEC-VARIETY by Curtis J. Bonk and Elaine Khoo