Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Secondary)

Discussions on tuition centres/enrichment services that specialise in Chinese.

chinese tution secondary

Postby hipparent » Mon Dec 07, 2009 6:14 pm

hi there! I was just wondering if the Jiang education classes for secondary 3 is effective in teaching chinese comprehension skills because my dd is particularly weak in that aspect. Do they spend more on composition or comprehension? Also, are there any other tution centres or tutors who are effective in teaching secondary comprehension skills?

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Re: chinese tution secondary

Postby lee2004 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:37 am

hipparent wrote:hi there! I was just wondering if the Jiang education classes for secondary 3 is effective in teaching chinese comprehension skills because my dd is particularly weak in that aspect. Do they spend more on composition or comprehension? Also, are there any other tution centres or tutors who are effective in teaching secondary comprehension skills?



yes, second 3 is some difficult i think.

some artile in assessment book is very difficult. topic is hard, word is hard. and hard thought.


so in fact singapore chinese education is not very easy.


sometimes students parent do not understand at all.

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Recommendations needed: Chinese enrichment class for Sec 1

Postby von72 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:20 pm

Dear all,

any dear parents out there have any recommendations for chinese enrichment for Sec 1 express. Thinking of placing my boy with Berries as he has been with them for the past 2 years. But because of their limited schedule, which is only on Sunday, so thought of having some alternative.

Thanks!!

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Postby zeemimi » Wed Dec 30, 2009 2:07 pm

based on my 3 kids' experience with berries, berries is much better for the younger kids (eg pre-schoolers, lower pri) than the older ones. you can attest to this by seeing the decline in the number of classes for the upper pri and the secondary .

where do you stay?
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Postby von72 » Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:12 pm

zeemimi wrote:based on my 3 kids' experience with berries, berries is much better for the younger kids (eg pre-schoolers, lower pri) than the older ones. you can attest to this by seeing the decline in the number of classes for the upper pri and the secondary .

where do you stay?



Hi, thanks for your reply. I'm staying at CCK. BTW, have you heard of Stalford Learning Centre, at JP branch?? They do have Sec 1 Chinese enrichment too. Any feedback??

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Chinese Enrichment - Secondary School education

Postby mckenzy » Wed Dec 01, 2010 4:03 pm

hi... i know there's a really exhaustive thread on this but i would like to ask specifically about tuition on the secondary school level. Some of the existing list offer both to primary and secondary but i personally believe that they are better at coaching for the primary school level.

Next year my son will enter Secondary school so i'm looking at language centres focussed at these 4 years of education.

Being an 'I', my son probably engages better in a group environment, that's where the tuition centres come in. One to one, he surely either fall asleep or get distracted by the monotony/boredom of a personal tutor.

We live in the Southwest and have attended Eduplus which is in my opinion, an excellent place to study after school.

Any suggestions?

much thanks

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Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Secondary)

Postby GG Leong » Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:14 pm

Kid wrote:Please discuss secondary school english enrichment here as there are not many threads discussing about secondary school english enrichment.
Thank you!

I read with interest with Kid's posting. I think we should start threads discussing about secondary school Chinese enrichment. I am now having problem finding a good center for my children. My elder one is suffering from lack of interest N having poor grades! :sweat:

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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Postby ER » Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:56 pm

Good idea.

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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Postby bellyhoney » Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:57 am

GG,

You can check out Xuelin in Katong 112. I know that they have sec sch program. My 3 boys are in pri/k2, can't tell you much abt it but I know they have very dedicated teachers as my boys are having lessons there. All I know or experience is that they have very updated materials and exposing the students to lots of newspaper reading.

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Secondary School Chinese

Postby Pebblesrock » Sun Mar 18, 2012 2:49 pm

Hi. I am looking for a sec 2 Chinese teacher. The price must be reasonable. I need this urgently as I am realty weak in my Chinese :( the group of the Chinese class must not be large. I am considering to join Tien hsia but I am not sure if that centre is experience with secondary chinese. Please help!;) the centre or home Tuitoon must not be too. Far. Around bukit panjang area will do. Or choa Chu kang or jurong :) around. seragoon is fine
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