MOTHER TONGUE – CHINESE LANGUAGE
||Mr Ng Chye Huat
|Senior Teachers||Ms Phan Huey Ju|
|CL Teacher||Mr Zhu Xiang Jun|
|Mdm Xu Qian Hao|
|Ms Lu Wen|
|Ms Lin Yan Yi|
|Ms Lim Hui Ling|
|Ms Tan Xin Hui Sheywin
|Mdm Ong Boon Leng|
|Ms Tan Keng Bee|
|Mdm Yong Li Ling|
|Mdm Tan Meng Kee|
|Ms Quek Li Hwei|
|Ms Fiona Cham|
|Mdm Wu Chin Min|
|Mdm Thia Yoke Ping|
- Active Learners, Proficient Communicators and Cultured Individuals
- Imbue a love for Chinese language.
- Create an environment conducive for the learning of the language.
- Nurture pupils who can read, interact and write with proficiency
CHINESE LANGUAGE SYLLABUS
Chinese Reading Programme
The Chinese Reading Programme aims to cultivate pupils’ interest in reading and expose them to books of different genres. Pupils will buy a Chinese story book at the beginning of the year (order by the school, pay with Edusave). Pupils will exchange story books with classmates weekly or fortnightly. They have to record the titles of the books read on the reading card issued. In order to motivate them to read more books, prizes will be given to pupils who meet the reading targets at the end of Term 1, Term 2 & Term 3.
Parents can help to ensure that your child take good care of the books & encourage them by reading with them.
As part of the school’s internationalisation programme, the CL Dept will be organising an overseas Immersion Trip for selected Primary 5 pupils.
The aim of the programme is to stimulate and enhance the pupils’ interest in the learning of Chinese Language and culture as well as provide an opportunity for the pupils to learn to be independent. The programme includes the immersion programme at local schools, cultural enrichment activities and visits to Chinese Heritage site.
More details will be shared at later date.
P3 Cultural Camp
To induce a love for the Chinese language and culture, the P3 cultural camp will be organised during Chinese New Year period. P3 students were lined up for an array of interesting activities including Chinese Chess, Kungfu Poem and making of sachet.
P4 Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme
Yu Neng Primary School took part in the Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (CPES) organised by the Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL). It aims to expose students to Chinese language-related cultural performances and programme by local and foreign bodies. Details of 2019 CPES programme will be available at a later date.
Mother Tongue Fortnight (MTFN) Activities
MTFN activities were carried out from 28 Jan to 8 Feb. This year’s highlight is outdoor games such as linked rings puzzle, Pitch-pot, Diabolo, Chapteh etc. Pupils also have hands-on activities such as making of bamboo copter, shadow show, kite making etc.
The objective of this programme is to create an immersive environment for learning and appreciating Mother Tongue Languages and Cultures. MTFN activities were carried out from 28 Jan to 8 Feb. This year’s highlight is traditional games such as Pitch-pot, Diabolo and Chapteh etc. Pupils also have hands-on activities such as making of bamboo copter, shadow show and kite making.