“Our goal is to not only teach, but more I importantly, to keep young children stimulated and help them develop a genuine interest in the language as well as the culture.” Luo continues. “We use an active and visual teaching style that incorporates physical activities, games, dance, music & songs, pictures, costumes, crafts, movies and animated films, etc to appeal to our young learners.”
The first course, “the Magic 417”, teaches students Pinyin, a system that uses the Latin alphabet to represent sounds in standard Mandarin. And there are a total of 417 of them, hence the name of the course. After students learn Pinyin, they will be able to pronounce all Chinese characters.
To register for the course, or e-mail Ling Luo at [email protected] or phone her at 201-933-5784 or 201-916-7242. For more information, please visit babblemandarin.com.