To the foreign learner of Chinese, there’s something important to you should know. Oral Chinese actually requires proper learning. Once you’ve studied Chinese at Words Kitchen you’ll have probably learned a word for most of the more common words. Interestingly, the hardest language to learn is also the most widely spoken native language in the world. Chinese Oral is best learnt at Words Kitchen.
Words Kitchen originates from a belief, a belief that language must be learnt in a natural and engaging way. Words Kitchen is the first in Singapore that teaches conversational Mandarin through hands-on activities. Students will also get to participate in role-acting activities, while perfecting their Mandarin conversational skills. For Chinese tuition you can trust the approach of Words Kitchen which is especially beneficial for foreigners who are learning Mandarin as a foreign language.
Words Kitchen offers secondary school program which is designed based on MOE syllabus. Words kitchen aims to develop students’ articulation and critical thinking skills, grooming bilingual young leaders who are purpose-driven and empower them with deep insights. The traditional method of teaching Mandarin can be regimental and even irrelevant to our real life context, causing students to lost interest in this language. With the integration of innovation elements in our curriculum, the team at Words Kitchen strives to build teenagers’ confidence in expressing themselves using Mandarin.
Words Kitchen offers different programs including:
- Cold Kitchen – it is Conversational Mandarin. At Cold Kitchen, they help students to integrate Mandarin into their daily life by creating a suitable language environment, in which they can practice their listening and conversational skills.
- Conversational Mandarin in real-life settings – through this program students will – Learn Mandarin in a real-life kitchen setting.
- At Hot Kitchen, we strive to develop students’ articulation skills in Mandarin through our effective 4-step structure. Starting from 2016, Singapore’s O level Higher Chinese and Chinese Syllabus have an added a new component in the Paper 3 Oral examination, students have to watch a video clip and present a related verbal report to the examiner.
- Lower Secondary – Current affairs and critical thinking in Mandarin Upper Secondary, Oral, compo and comprehension techniques and O Level Chinese Preparation. This program prepares students to acquire excellent writing skills (Narrative/Argumentative/Situational Writing), acquire critical comprehension skills and develop their own insights and viewpoints.
About Words Kitchen:
Words Kitchen originates from a belief, a belief that language must be learnt in a natural and engaging way. Words Kitchen is the first institute in Singapore that teaches conversational Mandarin through hands-on activities such as drinks-making and bakery.