4—6 years old
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M.E. Program
Globetrotters (4 – 6 years old)

At this stage, students should already develop a good foundation of language and have a solid vocabulary base. This stage focuses on extending on their language ability and focus more on practical language learning. Phonics and Pinyin are taught at this stage to aid students’ reading and writing skills. In Putonghua, correct stokes will also be taught. Incorporating grammar into class activity is also a main focus. As students are already proficient, learning is extended into learning about more abstract concepts.

Learning Objectives:

Level 1

  • • Practice sight reading
  • • Familiarize the pairing of sounds and the written letters
  • • Describe and tell stories in detail
  • • Learn the phonics and to use it to aid spelling

Level 2

  • • Learn the irregular phonological rules in English
  • • Conduct class discussions, while contributing a structured opinion
  • • Learn more abstract concepts without physical aid
  • • Learn synonyms to further expand vocabulary
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CProgram
CTrainees (4 – 6 years old)

This is the stage where students develop the different C factors in various forms. It is to develop the language of persuasion and how to effectively expressing their own thoughts. Students at this stage will learn to make a sound argument, present, give speech. This course will be especially suitable for students who are seeking primary school interview practice as interviews often involve elements of the C-factor.

Learning Objectives:

Level 1

  • • Building confidence in front of stranger
  • • Illustrate an idea with explanation
  • • Make a short speech in front of audience
  • • Give persuasive speech

Level 2

  • • Understand the importance of good, quality communication
  • • Give point, evidence and explanation
  • • Make constructive argumentsx
  • • Give persuasive speech
  • • Creative writing (short stories, advertisements)
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