Spring Semester 2019
Early bird price/student: $300
Regular price/student: $325
Early bird registration for Spring Semester will open on Monday, December 17, 2018.
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Who should take this class?
Children between 6-13 years old, who have
Successfully passed the Children's Beginner class OR
Are already proficient with all skills taught in the Children's Beginner class and have basic reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills
* Children who have not previously taken the Beginner class but are eligible for the Intermediate class will be admitted on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us here if this applies to your child.
What do students learn?
Improved pronunciation with tones though reading and dialogue
Listening comprehension related to new vocabulary
Teamwork skills by participating in games and other joint activities
Weeks 1-3: Pronunciation techniques
Weeks 4-6: Everyday vocabulary
Weeks 7-9: Reading short excerpts
Weeks 10-12: Vietnamese folktales
To review our class policies, which include information on late registration, cancellations, and refunds, please click here.
Assessments will take the form of homework, quizzes and in-class games.
Class materials include handouts and worksheets provided by the teacher (take home), along with folktale books (in-class only). Students are expected to bring their own writing supplies, including paper, pencils, erasers, etc.
Class descriptions and scheduling are subject to change.
Review our CODE OF CONDUCT, cancellation and refund policies here.
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