Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

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cheryl12345
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Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by cheryl12345 » Sat Sep 14, 2019 11:50 pm

Dear mummies
Do you have any feedback on the P1 Chinese speech n drama at SHHK? http://www.shhkact.com.sg/

My DS will be in p1 next year. We seldom speak chinese at home, thus thinking of sending him there so he can converse more in chinese . Also wondering if the course will be too difficult for him as he can’t really say a proper chinese sentence (eg. He will mix English and Chinese in the sentence).

Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

6thisnthat9
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Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by 6thisnthat9 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:41 am

Average children will have no problem learning Chinese from P1 onwards without prior knowledge, my children have proven this; reading and writing, and without tuition at all.

The difficult part for us is like you say, speaking the language. shhkact does not tackle chinese oral in school directly though. So do not expect that you will see results in a short time. But through using the language there, my children are more confident and comfortable to use the language. Accordingly to school teachers, my chatty one now could score just below top tier in oral.

Jasyn
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Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by Jasyn » Thu Mar 05, 2020 2:32 pm

I'm looking for Chinese tuition centre for my P5 girl as her results always fluctuate. Any recommendation with small class size? Tried home tuition before but it doesn't seem to help us much as she finds it boring. Thanks

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