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voice_cd Post time: 2015-6-23 15:12
please list the problems of the Chinese English teaching or learning you got and to be a positive ...
The problems I know about in Chinese English teaching are a decade and are addressed, so that's done, and I show one of the solutions in http://blog.chinadaily.com.cn/blog-1377217-30127.html.
Yes, I very much support bilingual preschool education, depending on how it is done. I appreciate the Montessori system for its nice environment, and the children love playing, how no learning happened and there was too much control, which the children mocked. The same children, in their own homes, are talkative and learn easily, and without attitude confllicts. So my first impression of Montessori is negative. However, the core education materials from America http://www.amazon.com/What-Kinde ... dated/dp/0345543734 [a series from preschool to grade six teaching science, art, history and poems], is how we taught English for 3 hours per day in Taipei. It works! The children like it. The teacher is nor harassed nor for entertainment, and rather, says the workplan which the children do. So per normal, the teacher talks for about 10 minutes in a 40 minute class, with the quiet half hour being for monitoring and giving feedback and encouragement while the students practice. The students can read the materials themselves starting from grade 2, some in grade 1, with support through the preschool and kindergarten levels in which the teacher reads to the students who are learning enough to be bilingual in their age level. Of the three hours, 10 minutes is playtime every hour. The children like learning topic related language instead of only from boring grammar books.