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Fantastic Chinese learning

24 October 2014

 

In the foundation stage, Nursery has learnt the topic of shapes by ICT games and playing games. They also have different kinds of the activities combine with number and colour topic.

In primary school, the beginner level children in Key Stage One have been learning the topic of family members. They have practiced this topic well by making ‘family trees’ and having their own conversations with clear pronunciation. In their conversations, they say that ‘ wo you liang ge di di he yi ge jie jie’ in Chinese. (which means I have 2 brothers and one sister). They can speak excellent Chinese.

In Key Stage Two, children have been learning the topic of vegetables.  They have memorised the words and sentences by making characters cards and role play. The children are pleased to have their show.

Update from: Mr. Taurus Wu, Head of Mandarin