VIDEO: Take a peek at Singapore American School’s Chinese language immersion programme

Check out how SAS takes language learning to a whole new level with its Chinese language immersion programme

With all the buzz about bilingual learning and kids who can transition from one language to another effortlessly, finding the right language programme that’ll bring out the best in your child is key. Singapore American School knows that it’s more important than ever for children to better understand the world through them. And what better way to do it than a solid Chinese language immersion programme? Take a peek at our video to see just how SAS does it!

The Chinese immersion programme at Singapore American School

Language learning at Singapore American School means flexible learning spaces, a 75/25 instruction model and more! Check out our video to take a sneak peek at how SAS takes language learning to the next level.

Posted by HoneyKids Asia on Tuesday, 13 November 2018

 

In language learning, nothing’s more important than a strong foundation. That’s why the folks at SAS took the time (five years, to be exact!) to create a programme that truly immerses students in Chinese language. What started out as 31 kindergarten students enrolled across two classes is now a super hub of two full-curriculum Chinese language immersion classes in kindergarten and first grade. The best part? They get to do it in SAS’s flexible learning spaces (with moveable walls and all) where teachers get to collaborate!

A place where students don’t just learn a language, they use the language for learning

At SAS, students go beyond your typical 30 minute language classes to learn a language. They follow a 75/25 instruction model where classes such as music, art, and PE and daily English classes are the only English instruction they’ll get. Which is pretty amazing, considering the students aren’t native Chinese speakers.

If you’re looking for a school that’ll give your kids a deep understanding of the Chinese language, look no further than SAS. But don’t just take our word for it, go check it out for yourself!

 

This post is sponsored by Singapore American School