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Today I continued to teach students the sentences patterns on body parts in Chinese. I found a program online that allows students to view the stroke order of characters and let you practice online.

Chinese pinyin English
Chinese lesson on body parts: ShoulderChinese lesson on body parts: Shoulder jiān bǎng shoulder
Chinese lesson on body parts: handsChinese lesson on body parts: Arm shǒu bì arm
Chinese lesson on body parts: handChinese lesson on body parts: elbow shǒu zhǒu elbow
Chinese lesson on body parts: hand shǒu hand
Chinese lesson on body parts: head tóu head
Chinese lesson on body parts: neckChinese lesson on body parts: neck bó zi neck
Chinese lesson on body parts: backChinese lesson on body parts: back jǐ bèi back
Chinese lesson on body parts: tummyChinese lesson on body parts: tummy dù zi tummy


1. Online flashcards & tests:
I created an account on quizlet.com and keyed in Chinese words, pinyin and their English translations to make a list of flashcards online. Please visit http://quizlet.com/45861192/flashcards.

It now has 68 virtual flashcards, which has Chinese character on the front, pinyin and English on the back. You can flip the virtual card by clicking on “Click to flip”. Also, you can make good use of other tools like http://quizlet.com/45861192/scatter and http://quizlet.com/45861192/test.


2. Videos.

2-1: Watch the video and reading along with it. Try to practice with your own body. You can also visit How to say shoulder, arm, elbow and hand in Chinese? for more details.

Watch PPT presentation for the complete lesson.Due to the size of the program, content in the frame below may display blank. Simply refresh the current webpage or press F5 on your keyboard for the refresh function. (Please enable your computer audio and increase the speaker volume. You can hear the words when they are spoken and follow the sound track):

Click here to see the whole screen PPT presentation. Or you can view the presentation in an interactive mode: Chinese Learning for Babies (Lesson 2-Amazing Body): How to say shoulder, arm, elbow and hand in Chinese?

2-2: Watch the video and reading along with it. Try to practice with your own body. You can also visit How to say head, neck, back and tummy in Chinese? for more details.

Watch PPT presentation for the complete lesson. Due to the size of the program, content in the frame below may display blank. Simply refresh the current webpage or press F5 on your keyboard for the refresh function. (Please enable your computer audio and increase the speaker volume. You can hear the words when they are spoken and follow the sound track):

Click here to see the whole screen PPT presentation. Or you can view the presentation in an interactive mode: Chinese Learning for Babies (Lesson 2-Amazing Body): How to say head, neck, back and tummy in Chinese?

3. Chinese Characters Learning Program. Above the Chinese characters, there are two buttons. The left one lets you see how this character is written in the correct order of strokes. The right one offers a virtual brush for the user to practice writing. If the user writes the Chinese word in the correct order, he/she will get a green circle meaning “pass”. Otherwise, the user will get a red cross which means “fail”.

Below the Chinese characters, from left to right, you can click to make it “play continuously/pause “, “play stroke-by-stroke” (you have to click again for the next stroke), “replay”, “change the speed (fast, medium and slow)”, and “enlarge into a full screen”.


4. YouTube Video.


Do you have any good resources on body parts?
Feel free to share with us!

 

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