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Lewes Level 1 students start to learn Chinese character structures

Date: September 15, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

From this term, our Lewes level 1 student are ready to learn Chinese character structures. We use ancient Chinese pictogram(Jiaguwen/甲骨文)& visual method to introduce reading and writing to the kids. To meet the teaching method I need to use, I have designed my own materials and booklet for our students to use. It is like…

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Kids start to learn the structures of Chinese characters at our Level 1 classes

Date: September 5, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

Kids start to learn the structures of Chinese characters at our Level 1 classes. They can be 5 or 6 years old. We introduce the Chinese basic words via visual ancient Chinese words as building blocks. After they learn some of the basic characters, kids are quickly able to grab the idea  then build new…

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Level 1 students are learning how to build Chinese characters

Date: July 18, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

After learning how the Chinese characters were formed, 8 years old Circe started to understand the structure of Chinese characters. Circe is learning how to build the blocks–use Chinese radicals to make new words and phrases.                   After the kids get the idea of how Chinese characters…

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Learn fruits, weeks in Chinese with The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Date: July 8, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

To teach the kids how to say the most popular fruit names in Chinese, we made a song called “I eat fruits.” Singing along the song, kids learn píngguǒ (apple), xiāngjiāo(banana), cǎoméi(strawberry) etc…. To extend this to more fruit words in Chinese, I read The Very Hungry Caterpillar in Chinese to the kids at Toddler…

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Learning Chinese characters from making stories

Date: June 15, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

How quick a kid without any Mandarin Chinese knowledge can learn Chinese characters? Here is Grace (6years old) who I met at today’s Blakers Park fair. She has learnt 10 Chinese characters by using Oracle Drawing&Visual method in about 8 minutes. We made a story together while doing the drawings which she enjoyed. The story…

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A 5years old loves Oracle drawing to learn Chinese characters

Date: June 11, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

I have been thinking how to teach young kids learn Chinese characters without loosing fun. In the last half year, fascinated by Chinese oracle bone script, I have been studying and developed a method called Oracle Drawing. All the young students asked: ” Can I do that? ” They want to make the drawings. Here…

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Children learning how Chinese words were formed

Date: May 23, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

The children have been leaning how the Chinese words were formed. The pictures here shows how they are getting on.    

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Level 1 Classes–Buying fruits(mǎi shuǐ guǒ)

Date: May 1, 2013 Author: Jing Wang Categories: Students in Actions

The children had a great fun on Saturday and today’s classes. Children were singing along to our new song 我想要一个芒果(Wǒ xiǎng yào yī gè máng guō./ I’d like a Mango) while doing their fruit shopping. Children were sitting down and doing their writing activities after the singing and dancing. 内森/Nathan was ready to buy some…

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Today’s session

Date: March 19, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Students in Actions

Writing is fun.

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