“All grown-ups were once children… but only few of them remember it.”
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry,
Teaching language using music, speech and drama as stimulus. Learning should be fun, nothing less! 🙂
Chinese language for beginners and foreigners – new classes added! 🙂
Suitable for: Kids age 4 and above, current students, adults who are non-Chinese, expats who want to learn the Chinese language
Comprehensive notes and study materials will be provided, together with fun and interactive in-class activities!
- Hanyu pinyin
- Characters and strokes
- Basic word recognition
- Sentence formation
- Word differentiation
- Composition writing
- Song appreciation – NEW
- Storytelling – NEW
- Speech and drama – NEW
- and many more!
***Group tuition now available!
Call/text 97887232 now to reserve a slot!***
***Adult’s Mandarin Conversational/Writing lessons are also available. Enrol for 1-to-1 or group classes, depending on my availability.***
Lessons in progress 🙂
CASE STUDY 1
I was tasked to create English and Chinese learning programmes for these students from Sanguayin school in Suphanburi, Thailand, who came over to Singapore for a fun immersion travel and learning trip. The programmes lasted nearly 3 weeks. I ditched the normal curriculum that involves lots of writing and spun it into something more interactive. It was all good fun and games but I wanted them to take away with them something more. The result was this positive-charged song I taught them, together with beautiful messages they crafted. It was a splendid end to their stay here. And my heart is full. ❤
CASE STUDY 2
In July 2016, I spent six mornings with these students who came from Zhejiang province in China to Singapore for an immersion programme. I was tasked to teach them English and had a textbook to refer for my lessons. However, knowing their level of English proficiency was not high, I decided to tailor my very own “immersion” programme for them – one that involves games, dancing and singing! Here’s the end result, our very own MV. 🙂
CASE STUDY 3
In May 2016, I got to teach a group of students from Bangkok, Thailand, who were here for a short stay. This time round, I was tasked to teach these kids Chinese. From teaching them how to introduce themselves to bringing them up on stage for “Show and Tell”, you could tell that they had a lot of fun! I chose one of my favourite childhood songs to teach them, coupled with hand gestures to add impression to learning the lyrics. How do you think they fared? 🙂
You can contact Anson at email@example.com or his mobile number at +6597887232 should you have any enquiries related to his teaching.