Updated: Mar 5, 2019
Through daily tuition in Wharton Student Care Centre, we found that some students who have good memory but lack of Chinese conversation environment at home can do spelling well but a little bit harder in reading and comprehension than those who have daily Chinese Oral communication chances at home. This makes us to find a way to create a environment for them. We found that watching interesting Chinese stories at home daily really can contribute to this.
The Chinese teacher in Wharton student care centre chose 71 Chinese stories for the students who have the needs to improve their Chinese learning. We hope through this can save parents' search time, also hope to get the students' mind working actively on this language and enjoy Chinese at their leisure time.
Chinese is quite a complex language to learn, especially for English speakers. However, with commitment and daily practice, it is certainly possible to successfully master. 30 minutes per day can make a huge difference！
As a parent, you don't need to worry about the contents, all the stories are selected from famous fairy tales around the world with English or Chinese subtitle which can help students to have a better understanding of the stories.
Following are the links: (some links can't be opened directly but the addresses can be copied)
Jack and the Beanstalk (杰克和豆茎)
The Boy Who Cried Wolf (狼来了)
The Gingerbread Man (姜饼人)
14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCIP3pBL668 白雪公主和七个小矮人