Parents often wonder what goes in our Chinese classes. Do we use a textbook and read off it while learning the grammar syntax and vocabulary? The answer is no. That’s too boring.
Children are active beings; they have high energy levels and constantly need stimulation to stay focused in class. We understand this and introduce different teaching/learning methods in our classes to ensure all students learn as much as they can. From using visual aids to role-playing, we make Mandarin as easy as it could be. And the feedback we’ve been getting from students and their parents has been very good. Most said they learn more in the two weeks they’ve been with us than a semester at their schools back home.
Here are some examples of our Chinese classes.
In this class, children watch a cartoon, analyze the story and later retell the story in their own words using Chinese.
Call it a karaoke class if you will, this one is a fun class, with a lot of singing and learning the lyrics and meaning of a song. Some of the songs stick with them and they go home singing to their parents!
Topic Chinese class
The teacher will give a topic to the class and the students will have to come up with content in line with the topic. Students can exercise creativity and create the most interesting story as they wish. They can also act out their stories.