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  Sample Module


NOTE ABOUT THIS SAMPLE MODULE: This sample module shows the general layout for Student to Student Language Lab modules. The audio in this sample is NOT student audio, but will be in actual modules. This sample audio page only includes vocabulary audio; whereas actual modules will also have audio of students saying sentences featuring the module's vocabulary words. Some modules will also feature audio of participating students introducing and sharing information about themselves.

Click on the earphones to hear students from China pronounce the words on the vocabulary list. Each word/phrase is spoken twice.

Technical requirement: You need Flash 6 or above to play the audio files.

1. 欢迎 (huānyíng) - Welcome!

2. 来 (lái) - to come; come; to.

3. 我们/ 我们的 (wǒmén / wǒmén de) - we/our.

4. 学校 (xuéxiào) - school.

5. 这是 (zhèshì) -This is ...

6. 那是 (nàshì) - That is...

7. 校园 (xiàoyuán) - campus.

8. 同学 (tóngxué) - student; classmate.

9. 老师 (lǎoshī) -teacher.

10. 校长 (xiàozhǎng) - principal.

(Sample Module Note: The audio recordings in actual modules will feature students who speak the target language natively.)




Jingha Elementary School - 5th grade

Module Profile

Language: Chinese
Theme: Our School
Grammar Element: 'This is...; That is...'
Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Contributing Class: Grade 5, Jingha Elementary School, Jingha, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China
Contributing Teacher: Mi Lan Xue

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Explore and Contribute

The Student to Student Language Lab is an Explore and Contribute resource. We welcome you to use the lab in your classroom and we invite your class to contribute content. If you would like to contribute content, please send an E-mail to We will send you a module and guidelines.

Content Contribution Guidelines

Review our sample content contribution guidelines here. Note: These guidelines reference a specific module that serves as a sample. Should you participate, you would be assigned a different module.

Chinese Tones

Listen to the four tones of Chinese, pronounced by a seven-year-old Chinese girl.

New York State Learning Standards for Languages Other Than English


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