Yingcai Shandong University (Preschool Education)
Dear parents and students,
I am a Chinese girl who born and grew up in China. Here I will tell you some basic background on me. During 2009-2013 I studied in Yingcai Shandong university. My major was kindergarten education. During that four years study, I learned how to teach. Through training and practicing, I learned out my own teaching style: playing and using knowledge to make students enjoying the class instead of boring them.
My mother language is Mandarin, and also could understand another kinds of Chinese. I have the mandarin certificate with a high score (89 scores). During 2013-2014, I worked in a kindergarten school as a teacher. I taught kids three subjects math, Chinese, Basic English. kids in my class were very happy, we played a lot, for example, I taught this Chinese children English by playing a lot of games, singing songs, dancing, and of course, conversation games--we had a lot of fun.
From 2014 to now, I have been studying and working in America. I lived with a host family the first year, and I taught their kids (3 yrs, 6 yrs, 11 yrs) Mandarin by playing with them, telling them stories (I am a very good story teller), and teaching them Chinese songs. I took them to beach, park, children events, library, talking with them in Mandarin during our activities and daily life. I also taught another American Mandarin: middle school kids, high school kids, college kids, young adult kids, and elders.
I just love my mother language. I know how to teach it and I enjoy to share it to more people who also are interested in. Chinese is beautiful. Feel free to ask me any questions if you are interested. Dear parents and students,
I am a Chinese girl who born and grew up in China. Here I will tell you some basic background on me. During 2009-2013 I studied in Yingcai Shandong university. My major was kindergarten education. During that four years study, I learned how to teach. Through training and practicing, I learned out my own
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I am a Chinese girl, and have graduated from college last year. My major is preschool education, and I get 89 scores in my Mandarin certificate (It's a very high score).
I don't only know how to teach the little ones Mandarin, I also teach American adults to speak Mandarin.
I know how to teach Mandarin in an easy but vivid way without boring.