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Chinese Food and Festivals. Presented and written by Richard Ng & Tin Tsoi ( But mainly Richard). Starter Activity. With the rest of your table, think of as many things related to Chinese Festivals as possible (1 minute) ( eg . types of Festivals, ways to celebrate, etc.). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Chinese Food and Festivals

Chinese Food and FestivalsPresented and written byRichard Ng& Tin Tsoi

(But mainly Richard)

1Starter ActivityWith the rest of your table, think of as many things related to Chinese Festivals as possible

(1 minute)

(eg. types of Festivals, ways to celebrate, etc.)2Possible AnswersChinese New YearLantern FestivalLucky MoneyDragon Boat FestivalMid-Autumn FestivalLunar Calendar12 Animal ZodiacsWinter SolsticeBanquetsDragon Dances3Lesson ObjectivesTo learn the numbers 1 - 10 in Chinese and the structure for numbers 11 - 99To learn the hand gestures for the numbers 1 10To learn about three Chinese Festivals:Chinese New YearThe Dragon Boat FestivalThe Mid-autumn FestivalTo learn the food eaten at these festivals

4Numbers 1-10: Recapone

two

three

four

fivesix

seven

eight

nine

teny

r

sn

s

wli

q

b

ji

sh

5How to do numbers 11-99Structure: number of tens followed by units

Eg. Twenty four would be:Two tens, four. (two tens), (four).

So (removing the comma), twenty four is written as: (r sh s)6Hand Gestures 1-10

yrsnswliqbjish7Festivals chnji: Chinese New Year

dunwji : the Dragon Boat Festival

zhngqiji: the Mid-autumn Festival8 chnji: Chinese New YearCelebrated on the first day of the first month of the ChineseCalendar: February3rd in 2011.

Families clean their houses to sweep away the bad luck, and it is customary to make dumplings to represent prosperity (: jiozi)

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jiozi dumplings1012 Chinese Zodiac AnimalsRat

Ox

Tiger

Rabbit

Dragon

Snake

Horse

Sheep

Monkey

Rooster

Dog

Pig11 dunwji : the Dragon Boat FestivalCelebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month in the lunar year (in the Chinese Calendar), usually May or June

People race dragon boats and eat zngzi (): pyramid shaped rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves.

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zngzi sticky rice dumplings13 zhngqiji: the Mid-autumn FestivalCelebrated on the fifteenth day of the eighth month in the Chinese Calendar (usually around September or October)

Moon cakes, pastries with a paste filling, (: yubing) are eaten under the bright mid-autumn harvest moon.

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15ch: to eatxhun: to like16Sentence Structure: I eat...Structure: w + ch + food

Eg.

w ch yubing: I eat moon cakes17Sentence Structure: I like...Structure: w + xhun + anything (noun, verb, etc.)

Eg.

w xhun chnji: I like Chinese New Year18Exercise: Translatew ch jioziI like to eat dumplings

w xhun chI like to eat19Writing ch Stroke order for ch 20Writing xhun Stroke order for x

Stroke order for hun 21Character RecapchnjiChinese New YeardunwjiDragon Boat FestivalzhngqijiMid-autumn FestivaljioziDumplingzngziSticky rice dumplingyubingMoon cakexhunTo likechTo eat22