IB (International Baccalaureate) is one of the curriculum international schools around the world follow. DP (Diploma Program) is a program for students age 16-18 to take before their university. Many IB schools offer Mandarin Chinese as a second language subject. The students will take a speaking paper/assessment before the end of the program, and we are going to share some tips to prepare for it in this article.
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China is the most popular destination in Asia for students studying abroad. In 2017, students from 204 countries and territories studied in China, bringing the total number of international students to 489,200, which marked an increase of over 10 percent for the second year in a row, and it keeps increasing.
To promote internationalization, China offers foreign students different types of scholarships to allow foreign students from all the continents to have the opportunity to study a degree.
Kids love to read. They enjoy letting their imagination fly through the pages, the characters and pictures in the books, travel straight into their imagination and take root.
If you are wondering what books in Chinese for you to read with your children next, TutorABC Chinese are here with some beautiful children's books in Chinese for you to read with them.
Homeschooling parents offer their children a brand new learning environment with customized course curriculum and outdoor activities. However, there is one challenge they often have to face: teaching a language they haven’t mastered themselves. If you want to have your child learning Mandarin Chinese, you are in the right place.
In this article, we’ll first have a review on the homeschooling trend, the reasons why it is becoming more popular year after year, and how to take the challenge of having your child master Mandarin.
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Summer vacation is coming quickly and K12 students are getting ready to leave their school for two whole months! While taking a long rest is something they truly deserve, it is important to remind every parent that enjoying summer vacation hides a negative impact on every student: the summer slide. Summer slide is a backward movement many K12 students make over summer break when they forget what was taught to them in the previous school year. According to a Brookings Institute article, the average student loses a month of academic-calendar learning each summer. To prevent the summer slide, planning some summer learning is essential, especially when it comes to language learning. Indeed, students learning a language need to practice and repeat to maintain and improve their level.