Chinese Assessment Books

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby starz » Sat Oct 31, 2015 8:09 am

Hi may i know how to improve Chinese compo 作文 for p4?

Also any good recommendation of good Chinese compo 作文books to recommend? Thanks.

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby sembgal » Fri Mar 25, 2016 3:04 pm

I need recommendation for good Chinese Assessment books for P3 . Please advise.

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby sembgal » Fri Mar 25, 2016 3:06 pm

starz wrote:Hi I m looking for a good Chinese oral book for p4. Do u have any recommendations? Thanks.



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I found these online for those P3/4 kids who are still using old format for Chinese oral.

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby Serenelee » Tue Apr 05, 2016 5:42 pm

Hi, I can recommend a Chinese tutor who has at least 15 years of teaching experience. She was an ex teacher of Tuition Center and International School. She can travel to your place. If you need one, don't hesitate to message me at 97948396. Hope it helps

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby Champion » Sun Jun 12, 2016 3:18 pm

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:rahrah: saw the above new publication and bought it immediately.

Good for revision of the 汉语拼音 for the last 2 weeks of June school holidays with P1 DS :evil:

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby sky minecrafter » Sun Jun 12, 2016 3:41 pm

Champion wrote:Good for revision of 汉语拼音...


Hi Champion, If I may enquire, what were u using for Pre-school Chinese? I'm looking for short phrases/sentences for dc to practise penmanship/comprehension, short of creating my own 教材。:-p
(The older siblings r on e OLD HCL syllabus. The NEW HCL syllabus, which I've yet to scrutinise, appears to have more illustrations & vocabulary?)
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby sembgal » Sun Jun 12, 2016 3:41 pm

Thanks Champion for the recommendation.

You can go to the following link to download P1 Chinese Parents guide (about 40 pages) and can use the xuele to reinforce HYPY.
http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/index.html

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby happyfacemom » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:07 pm

Hi, dear all. want to share with you an app "华文字卡“ that can help pupil with Chinese charater. It based on the latest Singapore MOE syllabus.All characters come with Pinyin and pronunciation. It shows stroke order of characters too! It heips my bbs a lot. It's really convenient as I can review the charaters with them anytime and anywhere.
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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby Music_lover » Fri Oct 07, 2016 2:27 pm

Hello parents, I would like to recommend a Chinese tuition teacher. She had been teaching for 10 years and is known to cultivate interest in learning Chinese for the students. Having had several friends taught by her as well, I can see how they are more willing to do their work and how their grades had improved within a short period of time. She is very patient and caters her teaching styles to children's needs. She graduated with a diploma in Chinese Literature, and had written articles for a Newspaper in China. Most of her students in primary school saw their grades improve within a few months of tuition, and subsequently maintained a stable grade of A* throughout their primary school years. She creates her own resources, and personally I find them very helpful in improving my own Chinese. You can contact her at 96668098 for more information.

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Re: Chinese Assessment Books

Postby schen » Fri Dec 23, 2016 1:05 am

Hi all,
Any recommendation for P4 Chinese assessment book? Thanks in advance and merry Christmas!!

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