Students will discuss the form, function, and decoration of an ancient Greek wine cup. They will learn about the importance of music in the daily life of ancient Greeks. They will discuss a page from a late-medieval choir book and compare and contrast the role of music in antiquity, the Renaissance, and today. They will create cups for a social gathering inspired by ancient Greek symposia, and create and perform a song, poem, or story.
Students will examine three works of art to learn about the daily lives of working ballet dancers in Paris in the 19th century. Students will conduct additional research to learn about the cultural context at the time these dancers worked, including how ballet dancers were perceived. Finally, students will create a backstage view of a contemporary dancer.
In this activity students will play a Kahoot! review game to review the content, grammatical concepts, high frequency vocabulary and common phrases in Mandarin Chinese that were learned during the semester.
This unit covers five topics concerning the future of computing: trends in computing, interfaces used to communicate with computer systems, cloud computing, the changing social implications of the use of computer systems, and the ubiquity of computers in our daily lives.
Students will practice the days of the week and describe their daily/weekly schedule.
In this activity students will play a game to review greeting, nationalities and time phrases. Throughout the quiz, there will be some supplementary discussion questions to help further reinforce concepts covered in class.
In this activity students will practice discussing their likes, dislikes, and hobbies. Students will play charades to help reinforce vocabulary. Students will then use the charades cards to discuss their favorite hobbies and ask one another about which hobbies and activities they enjoy.
Students will consider the challenges of life as an adolescent working in Paris in the late 1800s by analyzing a series of works of art. They will compare the vocations depicted in the artworks with those they might encounter in 21st-century Los Angeles.
Description:In this activity, students will practice talking about their likes and dislikes. They will also practice asking each other about what they enjoy. Students will also describe what they do on a daily basis. Proficiency LevelNovice LowNCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:I can ask and answer questions related to my daily life.I can ask and answer questions about my likes and dislikes.
This course provides a study of fitness and wellness and their relationship to a healthy lifestyle. Defines fitness and wellness, evaluates the student's level of fitness and wellness, and motivates the student to incorporate physical fitness and wellness into daily living.
In this activity students will respond to discussion questions about dating and dating experiences. Discussion questions will not only cover student’s experiences, but also their opinions about the best places to go on dates in their city.
In this activity students will practice creating short narratives in Chinese by creating a mad-libs like story. Students will take turns picking cards from different categories to fit together in a short story. Students will then share their short story out loud. Students will also read invitations for different types of parties and answer comprehension questions.
Context in some pieces of literature make or break the book. Though Of Mice and Men seems easy to read, the basis for the world of broken workers in a the broken world of The Great Depression is alien to the students of today who text, watch TV and drive cars to their High School Class. There are still poor in America, extremely poor, yet the majority of kids today have so much more than what the majority had during the Great Depression. The students' job is to present the daily life of the Depression from a common person’s point of view.
Students will each get a card describing a made up weekly schedule. They will try to work together to find a day and time that they can meet up and practice speaking and writing Chinese.
How is psychology influenced by the digitalization of almost everything? What can frequent digital measurements and novel statistical techniques mean for 21st century psychology?
In this tutorial students conduct both an N=1 time-series case study and experiment, measuring some aspects of their daily life, such as mood, food intake, social activities, exercise, attention, alertness, sleep, or anything else they like. The experiment will result in (1) a linear graph depicting the effect of the chosen intervention through time and (2) a network depicting relationships between the chosen variables through time.
With this personal case study and experiment students get some insights into the new possibilities of frequently repeated measurements for studying (individual) human behavior.
In this activity students will practice discussing and describing events in their daily lives. Students will build a daily schedule from an assortment of random events, and then describe their schedule to a group or partner. Students will practice using correct and accurate time phrases in Chinese.
In this activity students will discuss the phenomena of having a “side hustle.” Students will begin by playing a game where they try to guess different jobs based on their description, then will watch a video about “side hustles” in China/Taiwan and then discuss their opinions about “side hustles.”
In this activity students will talk about the daily life of international students and share any experiences they have about studying overseas. Students will play a card game where they decide which items they would take or leave behind while packing for a semester abroad
In this activity students will be practice telling time in Chinese, as well as create schedules to describe their daily lives. Students will also practice listening comprehension by accurately responding to prompts given by the instructor.