CL5 Help Your Child Learn Chinese Effectively and Happily

帮助孩子有效又快乐地学母语

Dr Soh Kay Cheng

Speaker
Dr Soh Kay Cheng 苏启祯博士

School / Organisation
Singapore Centre for Chinese Language

TIME
3.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m.

VENUE
Room 304

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SPEAKER’S PROFILE

Dr Soh Kay Cheng is currently Research Consultant at the Singapore Centre for Chinese Language. He specialises in educational psychology and has done extensive research in many aspects of education. He has recently published books on bilingualism, creativity, world university rankings and international comparative achievement.

主讲者简介

苏启祯博士现任新加坡华文教研中心的研究顾问。他的专项是教育心理学;对于教育课题,他也做了许多广泛的研究。他出版的专书内容包括双语教育、创意心理、世界大学排名和国际学习成就的比较。

SHARING SYNOPSIS

For a child to learn Chinese well, he must have ample opportunity to listen and use it in his daily life. For this reason, parents (especially the mother) need to interact with their child using Chinese. This ensures that the child receives comprehensive input which is critical for the effective learning of the language. In addition, the child needs to be motivated, be provided with learning materials, have ample opportunities to use Chinese at home and be able to see his progress. There are several advantages for the child to become bilingual beyond school requirements. By interacting with the child in Chinese, parents literally turn their homes into an environment with a 24-hour immersion programme in which their child can learn the Chinese effectively and happily.

This session will be conducted in Chinese.

摘要

儿童要学好华文,就需要在日常生活中多听多讲华语。因此,家长(尤其是母亲)必须用华语和孩子交谈。这使孩子得到学好语文所不能缺少的“能听懂的语言输入”。此外,孩子必须有学习动机和所需要的学习材料,并有机会在家里使用华语,以及有机会看到自己的华文在不断进步。儿童掌握双语,对于他在求学期间和将来离校后都有许多好处。家长用华语和子女交谈,无形中在家里给孩子提供全日的浸濡机会,这样孩子将能够快乐且有效地学好华文,进而掌握双语。

这场分享会将以华语进行。

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Jointly Organised By:

Ministry of Education, Singapore
Committe to Promote Chinese Language Learning
Malay Language Learning and Promotion Committee
Tamil Language Learning & Promotion Committee

Supported By:

Early Childhood Development Agency
Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism
National Library Board, Singapore
Gen G
Tamil Murasu