Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Mandarin Enrichment Class at The Parenthood, Sunway Pyramid

I'm sure all parents include Mommy Jane considered Mandarin as an important language. It is considered as one of the biggest language in the world. One-fifth of the entire world population speaks Mandarin. From Beijing to Singapore, there are many peoples who use this language. Learning Mandarin will be easier for us to communicate with the locals. Mandarin also will increase business opportunities and easier to gain access to this big share of business. The most important is, Mandarin is our ancient culture. By learning this language in depth, it will help us a lot in learning and delving into the most ancient literature. 
Teacher Julie teaching Mandarin though interactive session
Because of the importance of Mandarin language in today's world. Mommy Jane and Little Angels attended the children mandarin enrichment class which was held at the Parenthood, Sunway Pyramid. The Parenthood provides fun and interactive programs for children aged from 2 to 6 years old. Classes are integrated with games, storytelling, drama, arts & crafts and music & rhythm and writing to motivate competency in the four components of language learning i.e. speaking, listening, reading and writing. With all these activities for our children, learning Mandarin will be a fun and enjoyable way of learning. 
The curriculum is aligned with multiple curricula including Malaysia Chinese MOE syllabus, IB PYP and China HanBan YCT test and constructed on theme-based concept which relates to children's daily lives and rages from beginner to advance. Children will be able to apply their knowledge in the real world and build up confidence in communicating in Mandarin, initiate self-reading and develop writing skills.
Lilian Chan, Chief Marketing Director of the Parenthood and also a Mommy for 2 boys 
Lilian Chan shared with us that learning Mandarin can be a lot of fun. With the widely spoken language in the world, for travelling, interacting with locals and learning rich historic place and chinese culture, learning Mandarin can open a wider knowledge for our kids at early age. The Parenthood endeavours to develop lifelong learning in Mandarin for our children. Therefore they had employed Teacher Julie Xu.
Teacher Julie, Program Coordinator and Mandarin Teacher
Teacher Julie is originally from Taiwan and has more than 10 years Mandarin teaching experience in UK, China, Singapore and Malaysia. She obtained her Master degree in UK and is specialised in teaching chinese for young children. She was the head of Chinese department and Curriculum Coordination in prestigious international schools in Singapore and her unique interactive Mandarin programme has inspire many young lives.
For more information and details, do contact 016-2298976 or visit The Parenthood's website at www.theparenthood.com.my and The Parenthood's facebook page at www.facebook.com/sunwaypyramidwest. Sign up your kids now for the FREE trial class. Adult Mandarin class will be available too at the near future.
Thanks to Teacher Julie for teaching Mandarin in a fun and interactive way. My Little Angels enjoyed learning it and they can still memorise some of the words being taught on that day. Thanks for the small gift to my Little Angels for being able to answer all the questions correctly and followed all the instructions given. WT even offered to help out WJ so that he can answer the questions too. A brotherly love can be seen during the class. My Little Angels definitely looking forward for their next Mandarin class at the Parenthood, Sunway Pyramid. 

10 comments:

  1. What an informative activity! Learning a new language is important.

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    1. Claire, to increase communication level so that they make more friends.

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  2. I love that you always gives the best for your kids. Classes and workshop definitely an eye opening for your kids.

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    1. Sharon, that is what all Moms will do the best for their children.

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  3. How awesome this is for the kids. Honestly, I feel handicapped as a banana.

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    1. Emily, me too. That's why l wanted my Little Angels to learn it instead.

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  4. It's apparently a great exposure to kids about Mandarin language!

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    1. Mablethorpe, indeed it is. They learned more from the language.

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  5. Yah! mandarin is important and its good to start learning it from young. wish to learn mandarin too.

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  6. nice bLog! its interesting. thank you for sharing.... mandarin course in hong kong

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