This summer, we will lead young Champions to read the highly influential, timelessly inspiring Chinese Classics literature, incorporated with the Mandarin language fundamentals (speaking/listening/reading/writing).
Our knowledgeable Mandarin teachers dedicate to forming a reader-friendly group, immersing in the literature world. GK-G2 learners will read a simplified version, including multi-media materials such as video, illustrated books, and comics. The class language will be Mandarin only.
Class Objectives: Keep continuity of the Mandarin Practice; enrich Mandarin Language and Culture with different perspectives and topics; learning through projects; cultivate good reading habits.
If sign up for the full 10 weeks courses, your students will learn:
- to gain new vocabulary and phrases
- to gain a general understanding of the novel
- to summarize the chapter and recall some plots and characters
- to tell the difference among characters in the Chinese classics
- and much more!
This Registration is for Week 10 (8/16-8/20/2021) only.
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 P.M. ET
Date: Monday - Friday, 8/16-8/20/2021
Grade (2021 Spring): Grade K - 2 (please also consider language pre-requisite)
Class size: 6-8
Prerequisite: Champion 1A/B-2A/B 已学习暨南大学教材 第一册-第三册/ 正在学习或者已学完马立平二年级，或正学马立平三年级 (Previous Champion 1A/B-2A/B Have learned or learning Zhongwen Vol.1-3 / Heritage Chinese G2-G3, or any equivalent experience)
Category: World Language
Online Course Requirements
Mac, PC, Tablet, or Phone
Stable internet connection with access to Zoom Video Conference
Assorted Office Stationery
Michelle earned her B.A. in the French language from Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan. Ms. Chen is certified in the Chinese Culture, Seed Teacher Training program and is sponsored by the Taipei Economic and Culture Representatives Office in Washington DC. She has done extensive work as a Mandarin sub-teacher and as a special program TA in WCPSS (Wiley Magnet Elementary School K-5). Ms. Chen was the Vice-Principal of Raleigh Chinese Language School from 2000-2001. She joined Champion in 2009 and has been a teacher here ever since. She is good at developing hands-on activities featured with the Mandarin class, and she never fails to engage students in her class with activities such as Crafting, Chinese Brush Calligraphy, Origami, Mahjong/Card Chinese word games, Chinese Yo-yo and etc.