Are you having a headache trying to get your child to write better Chinese compositions?
You’ve tried assessment books, sending your child for lessons or even nagging at him...
But, nothing seems to work!
If that’s the case, hear me out.
Hi, I’m Teacher Rosalind, the founder of Fun Language Learning.
Having taught many students especially in the area of writing, we noticed that the majority found it difficult to improve because of the #1 reason--they LACK the INPUT.
What do I mean by input?
Simply put, it means they lack reading.
Without the input, it’s very difficult to ask for a good output in the form of writing.
You might already know this.
However, a lot of parents tell me, “Teacher Rosalind, my child just doesn’t want to read Chinese stories!”
“My child wants to read Chinese stories but there are many words that he doesn’t know how to read.”
“My child reads but he is not applying anything he has read in his writing.”
How on earth are you going to get your child to read with all these barriers in the way?
Is it possible to remove these barriers so that your child reads?