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At EduGrove, we have always utilised technology to enhance our lessons whenever we can. In fact, Virtual Classes (VC) isn’t something new to us! We have been conducting VC for the past couple of years with students who have migrated overseas but still wishes to continue having weekly Chinese lessons with us. We also conducted […]read more
As Singapore enters its first month of circuit-breaker mode, home-based learning has been implemented for all students. Here are some tips on how students can utilise their time at home! #1: Create Your Own Study Space Find an area in your house where you can sit comfortably and concentrate. Separate it from your relaxation space. […]read more
Learning Chinese in Singapore has become an uphill task increasingly. When the Speak Mandarin Campaign started in the 1970s, we moved away from speaking dialects. These days, our children hardly know dialects like Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese and Hakka. When Speak Good English Movement was launched in the 2000s, we see ourselves speaking a lot lesser […]read more
Is your Primary 1 / 2 child able to form complete sentences that describe the place, time and a person’s action in Mandarin? Most Lower Primary children are not able to form proper descriptive sentences that will be vital for their examinations in the future. If he/she is struggling with comprehension and composition portions of […]read more
Does your child often lack an understanding of recent current affairs and possess limited Chinese vocabulary to express themselves fully? Most Secondary School students find it difficult to provide the right example to support their arguments as well. ✅Here are a few EduGrove tips on how to help kickstart your child’s secondary school chinese preparation!✅ […]read more
Bilingualism in a Global Society: Stats & Facts Rounding off our short series of posts about Bilingualism, here are a few interesting statistics and facts about the Mandarin language: • In 1979, the PAP launched the Speak Mandarin Campaign with the purpose of unifying under one language Singapore’s multi-dialect Chinese communities and to help further […]read more
Benefits of a Bilingual Brain In recent years, thanks to advances in brain imaging technology, neuro-linguists have discovered how specific aspects of language learning affect the brain. It appears that if we are bilingual, or multilingual, our brain may look and work differently to the brain of a monolingual. A 2015 study from Georgetown University […]read more
What is the difference between Mother Tongue, Native Speaker and First Language? When talking about learning languages, we often hear the terms mother tongue and native speaker used, as well as first language. Do we use these terms correctly? Are they interchangeable, and what exactly do they mean? Most people believe that all three terms […]read more