Last torchbearer Xie Jun runs with the torch in rain
during the Torch Relay in Yanji, Jilin Province,
on July 16, 2008. (Photo credit: Fan Fan)
Add information about a Chinese province, municipality or other area to the database.
Upper Primary Activities
Browse the language phrases calendar.
Choose some phrases to learn.
Prepare a role play using the phrases you have learnt.
Check out Native Lingo - China from Time for Kids for further
Compare Past and Present Achievements
Research one of the athletes mentioned in the presentation
Olympic Games 2004: How times have changed
Enter some details in the data base.iwb
After reading the big book "Snapshots of Asia. China"
try: Asia education- Snapshots -repetitive rhyme
Discovering China with ABC's -A slideshow created by a year 3 class.
Six paths to China suit S2, S3
The following six activities were created as models for ways to integrate the World Wide Web into classroom learning.
China on the Net is a starting point for anyone studying China.
Exploring China is for you if you want students to surf Internet links about China.
It exposes students to key aspects of China's rich past and controversial present.
A good activity if you want learners to engage their personal ideas,
feelings and experiences.
Does the Tiger Eat Its Cubs? is an inquiry-based activity that prompts
higher-order thinking and collaboration.
OZProjects from EdNA
OZProjects contains the following exercises:
Create your own dude avatar
Create your own doll avatar
Go fo Gold!
Find your way through the maze to get the gold medal.iwb- teachers notes available
Middle Primary Activities
Olympic Sports Glossary
Add some sports and some information about them to the Olympic Sports Glossary.
Olympic Torch Relay
Use the interactive map to watch the torch relay around the world and through the provinces of China. iwb
Use the interactive maps of China to find out about one of the Chinese provinces, municipalities or other areas.
Searching for China is a culminating, unit-length activity challenging
students to take on a specific role.
The Land · The History · Life in China
Geographic and ethnic diversity of China yr3
Geographic and ethnic diversity of China yr 6
Curriculum developed by Julie Kulik, Kaijia Gu and David Patt; sponsored by the
East Asia Program at Cornell University
Geographic and ethnic diversity of China
The Monkey King’s quest in “Journey to the West,” with his different stops along
the way, teaches us about the geographic and ethnic diversity in China.
includes background information, lesson plans and helpful links.
* Geograpic diversity in China
* Ethnic diversity in China
* What determines an ethnic group?
* Journey to the West and diversity in China