According to studies by the Collaborative Research Centre at the University of Hamburg, learning a foreign language should start as early as possible. Therefore we developed four tailer-made training courses for your junior.
Winnie the Pooh (3 to 5 years)
In this group for children aged 3 to 5 years we do not use specific textbooks. However, the specially trained teacher for young children teaches the kids new words in a fun way. We sing together in the group, tell stories, build simple sentences and repeat them, etc. We motivate the children to speak a lot and participate in class. Of course, mothers or fathers can also participate in the lesson to help encourage and motivate the child.
Pinocchio (6 to 9 years)
At this age, your child learns Chinese with our selected children’s books. With beautiful illustrations appealing to children, the various steps of the Chinese language are explained. Watching simple animated films, singing, or telling stories are also part of the teaching program. In addition, your child will learn to write some first Chinese characters in an artful manner. The teachers ensure that the children remain motivated. Parents may drop in and observe the course at any time if they or their children so desire.
Peter Pan (10 to 12 years)
In this course, the children learn to talk about themselves in Chinese: what they do during the day, what they are learning at school or what they want to do professionally in the future, etc. The teacher encourages your child to speak Chinese as much as possible, and also gives some simple grammatical explanations. In addition, your child will learn to write and read Chinese characters in order to round out their comprehensive language skills.
Harry Potter (13 to 15 years)
This course gradually teaches adolescents about everyday subjects in Chinese so that they may articulate themselves in the language with more variety. To become more familiar with the language, our trained teacher will explain key grammatical concepts to your teenager in a simple, accessible manner. The participants also learn to read and write in Chinese, which is important for strengthening their language skills. The teacher continuously encourages your child to speak and read as much as possible.
- Regular classes 1 to 3 times a week
- Age-appropriate learning
- Lesson concepts with suitable educational materials
- Highly trained native-speaking teachers