Summer School Chinese Teaching Syllabus
This is the syllabus for Guang Hua Chinese School Summer school courses. Like all our GHCS popular curriculum used in the weekend classes the programs are designed for children to learn Chinese language and Chinese culture related activities. Other fun activities will also be provided to motivate the children to learn and to play with our highly qualified GHCS teachers and program organizers.
This syllabus contains the general information and guidelines about the GHCS Chinese language course, including proposed schedules, timelines and other general information as follows:
This course is designed for any family who wants to enhance Chinese language skills of their children during the 2014 summer time. The syllabus will serve different groups and age with different teaching plans to accommodate their level of needs.
Age Group 4-6 Year old
The focus of the group will be on speaking and listening with fun plays.
• Speaking and using Chinese characters frequently used at home and simple books
• Simple and basic Chinese conversation
• Stories and children poems
• Pictures, words and fairy tales
• 40-50 Chinese characters to be taught in one session
Age Group 7-8 Year old
The focus of the group will be more on reading and understanding that emphasize on what they have learned during the weekend classes
• Reading short Chinese stories and reviewing frequently used Chinese characters learned before
• Telling stories in their own words, learning interesting stories from Chinese history
• Writing sentences and paragraphs to express their thoughts and what they know about the Chinese cultures
• Enhancing vocabularies with goals to learn 100 – 150 more frequently used Chinese characters
• Chinese plays
Age Group >9 Year old
The focus of the group will be in advanced levels with fun play. Children will learn both reading and writing for higher expectation with help from the teachers.
• Reading Chinese stories and reviewing frequently used Chinese characters learned before
• Telling stories in their own words
• Writing stories and articles to express their thoughts or comment on the things around them
• Enhancing vocabularies with goals to learn 250 – 300 more frequently used Chinese characters
• Useful phases, idioms, expression in both colloquial and formal ways
• Chinese plays and Chinese Geography
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