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geemong
15-09-2021 10:49:50

Forming a strong foundation in Chinese, the fun way


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Children’s fluency in Mandarin – or the lack of it – has recently been in the spotlight, with the Ministry of Education (MOE)
launching the Mother Tongue Support Programme for Primary Three students this year and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
highlighting in 2019 that Singaporeans were losing their bilingual edge.

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With fewer households speaking Mandarin at home, it’s not surprising that more Singaporean children might struggle with
the language and even dislike learning it.

Ms Peggy Lim, academic director of online language platform LingoAce and a former educator with 15 years of experience
teaching in schools, said that she has observed some common challenges that students face in learning Mandarin,
such as a lack of interest in the language due to its perceived difficulty and not having a conducive, immersive learning
environment.

“As Mandarin is a tonal language with thousands of special characters to remember, it is difficult for learners to learn in
a traditional, passive learning environment,” she said. “Moreover, the new generation of learners are digital natives
who process information differently. Hence, it is important for us to adapt to the way these learners think and learn by
leveraging multimedia, animation and gamification technology to help children develop a self-motivated interest
in learning Chinese.”

To stir students’ interest in Mandarin, LingoAce taps on edutech and gamification, combining them with real-time
guidance from qualified, native-speaking teachers.


GAMING THEIR WAY TO BETTER GRADES
According to LingoAce’s regional general manager Goh Aik Chuan, “learners learn best when they are also having fun”.

“That is the core belief of the gamified learning theory,” he said. “Like how video games intrigue children, young
learners show similar levels of engagement when the game-based elements are incorporated into learning materials.
Our lessons are delivered with gamification strategically leveraged to reinforce learning, so Chinese lessons are
no longer dry and focused on pure rote learning.”

Rather than view studying Mandarin as a source of stress, children are able to enjoy learning and soon come to
appreciate the language as a means to accessing exciting stories and cultural content.

Said Mr Goh: “We deliver Chinese through storytelling, culture and everyday life. This attracts learners by delivering
the language through content engagement, not language engagement.”


TAILORED LEARNING TO HELP STUDENTS EXCEL
Having an interactive, immersive environment is key to excelling in a language. Technology can be another key to
unlocking that rich learning experience and shaping it to suit the individual needs of each student, ensuring they
are not academically overwhelmed or under-stimulated.

At LingoAce, students receive a personalised learning plan and a suggested programme once their proficiency and
learning goals have been assessed by a LingoAce course consultant. The platform’s specialists continually update
the curriculum based on MOE’s syllabus, and design different experiences to meet the specific needs of learners
with different proficiency levels.

Said Ms Lim: “More content and more challenging questions will not necessarily help learners to perform better.
Our curriculum is planned with progression and focused on teaching learners language skills in chunks, so that
the learning of composition, comprehension and oral skills becomes more digestible for them.”

According to Mr Goh, students further benefit from a more intuitive learning experience, thanks to LingoAce’s use
of artificial intelligence to refine its curriculum and machine-enabled patterns that hone language accuracy.

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