Shared Resources from Classroom Teachers

We truly appreciate all the teachers who have shared their materials so far, and highly encourage you to be part of the sharing network. Without these teachers who have generously shared their materials, we will not have this resource bank. We welcome any high-quality materials or links that you have used successfully in your classes. If you have materials you would like to share with the community, please contact president@clta-wa.org.

The following three videos and accompanying PPTS are offered by CLTA-WA, free to the public, in response to the recent school closures surrounding COVID-19. We hope they are of use to you at this time.

Session 1: The Basics: Introductory Demos & Resource Share (Effective Remote Instruction: Synchronous and Asynchronous Tech)
 Online Training Sessions for K – 16 Instructors | Presenter: Jeremy Smith | 5th – 8th Chinese Teacher and World Language Team Lead at the Westside School | CLTA-WA President 2019-20

 Session 2: The Next Level: Advanced Demos & Resource Share: Teaching the 3 Modes on various Remote Learning Platforms 

Online Training Sessions for K – 16 Instructors | Presenter: Jeremy Smith | 5th – 8th Chinese Teacher and World Language Team Lead at the Westside School | CLTA-WA President 2019-20

Link to the Second Webinar PPT

Session 3: Online Discussion & Community Sharing: (open discussion and experience/resource share; we also reviewed and went over tools and resources discussed in the first two sessions)
Online Training Sessions for K – 16 Instructors | Presenter: Jeremy Smith | 5th – 8th Chinese Teacher and World Language Team Lead at the Westside School | CLTA-WA President 2019-20

Link to the Third Webinar PPT Presentation

电影《叶问》《我的少女时代》《私人定制》《食神》Movie questions shared by Meitsu Chuang-Mendal

电影《桃姐》《我的北京生日》《孙子从美国来》《蓝色大门》Movie questions 

“The materials were developed by Dr. Xuehua Xiang (University of Illinois-Chicago) as part of the 2010-2014 program of the Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research (CALPER) at The Pennsylvania State University funded by a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education (#P229A100012).”