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CLIP 11976

Chinese hopscotch

Chinese hopscotch
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Key Info
Ideas for use in class
  • To compare games in different countries • is it like a game we play? • are the rules the same? • it is one of the most popular games for children in China and in Mandarin is called Jump House (跳房子). The numbers indicate the floors of the house • investigate other typically Chinese playground games To inspire spontaneous use of Mandarin • encourage pupils to play Jump House at playtime / their free time. To practice counting in Mandarin • pupils can count with the Taiwanese children • pupils could count backwards as the children go back to the start • count items in the classroom – perhaps those learned in programme 07 Mandarin Daily School Routines To do some simple maths • as a maths starter, do some simple sums in Mandarin using plus (+) and minus (-)
Background details
  • Clip language : Chinese
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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