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Students with below-average test scores have often been excluded from language study. But research about the way language is learned contradicts that view. Online Chinese classes for kids: https://www.lingobus.com/
Lingo Bus Online Chinese 1-on-1 classes are 25-minute 1-on-1 classes designed for kids age 5-12 years old. Our classes apply 100% immersive online teaching model with engaging teaching materials and activities focusing on students. This learning model encourages children to learn Chinese in a fun way to achieve “Real Chinese, Real fun”.
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To improve students’ growth, Lingo Bus developed a complete learning circle online. Each 1-on-1 class includes an engaging preview video before taking the class and review materials after class. Lingo Bus also built a comprehensive evaluation system, which includes personalized feedback after each class and progress reports sent periodically to ensure each child’s progress. Combined together, this class is designed to ensure a students’ positive language growth and personalized education.
All of our learning materials are self-developed by Chinese education experts. Our language goals are designed in accordance with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and the Youth Chinese Test (YCT) language standards. In our lessons we put a strong focus on cultural awareness through the activities and themes we use in our curriculum.
What are some of the most troublesome issues you have ever encountered while learning Chinese? The use of measure words would probably be on the list, if not on the top. You are not alone, using measure words correctly can be a challenge for many Mandarin Learners, especially those whose native languages do not frequently use measure words, for example, English. But don’t worry we are here to help you so you don’t have to just rely on 一个 (yígè, a), 这个 (zhègè, this).