ELC 2023 Summer Chinese
There’s a simple tool used by Mandarin learners around the world (as well as hundreds of millions of Chinese school kids) to pronounce Chinese characters: 拼音 (pīn yīn) – known simply as “pinyin” in English.
Beginners use pinyin to get used to the sounds and tones of Mandarin, while more advanced learners can use it to look up new words they’ve heard out loud in the dictionary, and type Chinese characters using a standard keyboard.
In fact, if you’ve said the words “Beijing” or “Shanghai” out loud before, you’ve already used pinyin without even knowing it!
Age: 6-8 years old
Reading Class 1A/1B
"Reading Class" is aimed at overseas children's background in learning Chinese. Each lesson will start with stories or nursery rhymes that are easy to understand or familiar to children, and go deeper layer by layer. Let the children start from basic fluent reading, to reading with obstacles, and finally to achieve fluent reading. Expand vocabulary, acquire teachings, and then complete from review to understanding, further consolidate words, and learn new words and sentence patterns in a specific context, and gradually transition to story re-creation (writing). After each reading, there are choice and question-and-answer exercises to confirm the children's understanding and gains of the lesson.
Age: 6-8 years old,Date： Tuesday/Friday,Time: 4pm-5pm
Age: 8-12 Years old,Date: Wednesday/Saturday,Time: 10am-11am
Chinese character class Level 1/2
BENEFITS OF LEARNING CHINESE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
3 No. 3 It allows you to explore more during your traveling adventure.
4 No. 4 It boosts your career and makes more job opportunities available for you.
5 No. 5 This skill can help to expand the market of your business.
6 No. 6 Learning the Chinese language can challenge your way of thinking
9 No. 9 Makes it easier to enjoy Chinese movies, TV, and music.
Age: 6-8 Years old，Date： Monday/Thursday，Time: 4pm-5pm
Age: 6-8 Years old，Date： Monday/Thursday，Time: 5pm-6pm
Chinese Writing A/B
Get creative with how you express your ideas in Chinese using this course that focuses on the written language. You’ll begin reviewing vocabulary and grammar—including sentence structure—before moving on to the writing process. Activities will include reading articles that require you to synthesize, determine cause and effect, and draw comparisons and conclusions. You’ll be encouraged to support your ideas with specific examples, and writing assignments may include a short story, a description, and a persuasive essay.
This course is ideal if you have strong speaking skills but want more practice reading and writing in Chinese.
Age: 9+ years old，Date： Monday，Time: 6pm-7:30pm
Age: 9+ years old，Date： Thursday，Time: 6pm-7:30pm