Services

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Ideas

1. Education:

Chinese Language Private Lessons(Potential Development)

Chinese Language and Culture Program Consultant and Support

Chinese Traditional Dance Education

 

2. Chinese Language & Culture Learning Materials:  

for Children 5 & up:

Level 1: Pronunciation & Words

Level 2: Phrases & Sentences

Level 3: Stories

for Adults:

Level 1: Pronunciation & Words

 

3. Publishing:

Publish Books

Self-Publishing Assistance

Book cover design

Book printing

 

4. Web design for schools, authors and teachers

 

服務項目:

1. 教學:

中文家教 (潛能開發)

中國語言與文化課程設計顧問與服務

中國傳統舞蹈理論研究與教學

 

2. 中文教材 -林氏中文中文教材

兒童學習教材 -適用5歲以上兒童:

一級:漢語拼音&單字

二級:生詞&句子

三級:故事學習

成人學習教材:

一級:漢語拼音&單字

 

3. 出版:

出版各種書籍Reference_Desk

為自助出版的作家提供各項服務

封面設計

書籍印刷

 

4. 網站設計

教育機構,教師及作者的專業網站設計

 

 

服务项目:

1. 教学:

中文家教(潜能开发)

中国语言与文化课程设计顾问与服务

中国传统舞蹈理论研究与教学

 

2. 中文教材 -林氏中文教材

儿童学习教材 -适用5岁以上童:

一级:汉语拼音&单字

二级:生词&句子

三级:故事学习

成人学习教材: 

一級:汉语拼音&单字

 

3. 出版:

出版各种书籍

为自助出版的作家提供各项服务

封面设计

书籍印刷

 

4. 网站设计

教育机构,教师及作者的专业网站设计

 

 

Teaching Philosophy

  1. Good education is fun and practical.
  2. Good teachers possess not only the specialized subjects, but also a motive to improve their students’ life.
  3. Good teachers guide their students to see their future.
  4. Good teachers use their acquired confidence to guide their students into a passion of learning.
  5. Good teachers have the ability to maintain their planned curriculum progress in class.
  6. Good teachers like to challenge students and be challenged by students.
  7. Good teachers are open-minded.
  8. Good teachers provide students space for thinking and improving.
  9. Good teachers constantly update their knowledge and look for better ways and information to teach their students
  10. Good teachers are able to maintain their positive attitude to guide their students in any circumstances.

 

Confucius says “有教無類” – education for everyone, irrespective of background; and “因材施教” – educate someone according to his natural ability; modify one’s way of teaching to suit the special requirements of each class or case.

 

Confucius