Warm-up Composition Journal
Participation name card
Effective Use of Chinese
Date in Chinese
The first day of the week (usually Monday)
The teacher keeps the item until the end of the period.
The teacher keeps the item until the next day at 3:05 PM.
The teacher keeps the item until the end of the day.
The teacher gives the item to the assistant principal.
Student gets one warning and then teacher accepts the work.
Student receives a zero for this.
Teacher asks the student to pull their homework out.
Teacher passes over the student and does not give credit.
Teacher asks the student to show their homework to him after school.
On Wang laoshi's BSD staff website
On Wang laoshi's Wordpress blog site
Wang laoshi is particular in this way, and just doesn't like it.
It is against school rules.
It is disrespectful to the environment and one's classmates. It can sometimes even be dangerous.
Students often miss the trash can which causes a huge mess in class.
Wang laoshi hates chewing gum and thinks it is a bad habit.
Chewing gum hinders students from speaking Chinese clearly in class.
Chewing gum can prevent the muscles in the mouth from learning the accurate way to make Chinese (or any other language one is learning) sounds.
It is extremely impolite in Chinese culture for a person to speak to someone else while chewing gum (especially your elders or bosses).
Finding gum on the underside of desks and chairs, or on the carpet creates an unpleasant environment.
As many times as a student desires