There are relatively few professional means of learning Chinese abroad. Usually, they are taught by specialized schools and teachers. However, there are relatively few schools that offer Chinese language classes. As a trusted online Chinese education brand for overseas parents, Sinobus Chinese lessons start with children's familiar life and provide moderate challenges, allowing kids to find solutions in the learning process. At the same time, parents should learn to guide their children to think more deeply about what they have read. By allowing children to think deeper and deeper through Sinobus Chinese, they can learn more and more Chinese knowledge, stimulate their desire to learn Chinese, and generate the motivation to learn more.
Different social environments will have an impact on language users, and these influences will also exist in writing. For example, China has some famous fables such as "Pulling up Seedlings and Helping Them Grow," "Contradiction Within Oneself," "Waiting for a Hare While Holding a Pole," "Carving a Boat to Find a Sword," and "Adding Legs to a Snake." These stories depict ancient China's traditional cultural background and people, making it difficult for children to understand or even comprehend. Therefore, parents need to help children understand some basic background stories and gradually break them down.
For example, when it comes to the idiom "Pulling up Seedlings and Helping Them Grow," children will ask why the protagonist in this story lifted up the seedlings. This question seems simple, but in ancient writings, it is said that it was because the Song people were worried that the seedlings were growing too slowly, so they raised them higher. Children may not ask deeper questions. If children stop here, then their interest in Chinese lessons may also stop.
To inspire children's reading interest, parents should guide them to think deeply. For example, parents can ask them, "Why do you think he is worried?" "Isn't it better to let the seedlings grow well?" "Why did they think of pulling up the seedlings?" This will arouse the child's curiosity, and they may ask more questions. Parents can then explain that the protagonist's Song State is an ancient country predominantly involved in agriculture. Farmers need to rely on planting to make a living, so they raised the seedlings to grow faster and harvest them earlier. Finally, explain to them the moral of the story: We cannot be impatient; we must lay a solid foundation and take things slowly.
In this way, children may understand why the protagonist in the story "Pulling up Seedlings and Helping Them Grow" did what he did. Also, based on this story, parents can guide their children to think about the "Song State" and the origin of the story. Thus, starting from "Pulling up Seedlings and Helping Them Grow," under the gradual guidance of parents, children can learn more about the word and cultural significance of Chinese, and become even more curious about it.
In fact, learning Chinese should also follow the philosophy contained in the above-mentioned "pick the seedlings to encourage growth", and follow the learning rules. In extracurricular reading, just eager for success, telling children idiom stories, fables, etc. will not make them like Chinese more, but they will only have a smattering of knowledge.
Learning Chinese is a step-by-step process. Children need to keep thinking, discovering problems, finding answers, and gaining new knowledge during the learning process, so as to satisfy their thirst for knowledge and curiosity. Only then can learning Chinese become an active process. , so that boring recitation and repetition have meaning.
Pedagogy believes that children's thirst for knowledge is the greatest motivation for their learning. The biggest difficulty for children aged 7-14 in language learning lies in memorizing boring content and slow progress, which easily makes children lose interest.
Therefore, in the process of learning Chinese, parents should guide them to read more relevant extracurricular books to keep them curious. This requires parents to guide their children when reading. How to guide it?
First, start from the point that the child is interested in, ask questions to make the child curious; second, guide the child to extend the relevant content from the question; finally, expand the knowledge to the child in the relevant content, guide the child to think again, so as to slowly Slowly expand the amount of knowledge. In this way, parents will find that the more children know, the stronger their interest in continuing to learn, and they will want to understand more deeply.
If you also want your children to learn Chinese more and more vigorously, you may wish to guide your children's extracurricular Chinese reading according to the above-mentioned method in the article!
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