Learn Chinese in China with Keats School

Simplified Instruction of Word of Separation and Reunion

November 8, 2013

1. Learning word of separation and reunion is one of difficulties in learning Chinese. Comparatively adequate words of separation and reunion are used frequently. On one hand, it is necessary to learn in primary phase. On the other hand, these words have their particularity in grammatical function. Therefore students often make mistakes in using them. Words […]

On How to Become An Excellent Teacher From The Aspect of Students’ Appraisement

November 8, 2013

“Princeton in Beijing” is a teaching project cooperatively held by Princeton University USA and Beijing Normal University for enhancing Chinese language skills in Summer in China. It aims to improve students’ Chinese level in every aspect through reinforcing teaching in the two months. At the middle and the end of the summer Chinese courses, there will be an […]

How to arrange role play in Chinese course

November 8, 2013

Conversional lesson is more interesting to the foreigners when they learn Chinese at first. Here I want to share some tips about the way of mastering the theme design of the conversation, distributing roles, controlling the speed and making comment. The theme design in role play The theme must be clear, and the content must be close […]

Study Mandarin Chinese Characters

November 8, 2013

We also get confused that if we need to study Chinese characters. Many Chinese teachers said it is necessary to study Chinese characters, otherwise, students will fall behind for you cannot recognize the Chinese characters as soon as other students. The students who come from Japan, Korean and so on, are very good at studying Chinese characters. And they also could take the […]

How to respond when you are praised by others?

November 8, 2013

One of the most outstanding examples is the change of the title meaning. In the past of China, the titles of “小姐,太太(xiáo jiě , tài tɑi)” represented dignity, while they became derogatory terms after the establishment of the new China. Talking about the response for compliments, it also changed a lot. For example, in the […]

The tips of teaching in mandarin language school

November 8, 2013

by Zhejiang Normal University, Li Liang I believe every teacher has own secret tips to make the class atmosphere easy in Mandarin language school. I’d be glad to share these stories and games with you. And all of these are test by the practice and favorite ways to learn for students. Tips A games: how to […]

The Interpretation on New HSK for Chinese Learners Who Study in China

November 8, 2013

So far, new Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi has been implemented smoothly and “orbit” gradually. It also caused a great reflection among the groups esp the students who study in China. That come into contact with the new HSK. Those scholars, experts and examiners who know about new HSK think that the new HSK is in keeping with the actual situation of Chinese […]

The Difference Between “刚” and “刚才”

November 8, 2013

“刚” and “刚才” are a pair of confusing words for the students who study Chinese in China. This thesis is established in the different semantic category of “刚” and “刚才” to analyze their semantic basis firstly, considering the errors of overseas students. It points out that “刚才” has fixed referential point and expresses the absolute time […]

On how to teach polysemous words skillfully like 意思

November 8, 2013

By Jingye Yu, Keats teacher How to make polysemous words interesting and practical for students who learn Chinese in China is the topic which is going to discuss with you today. Generally I would like to use the method of mixture for the students who learn Chinese in China. The so-called knitting method does not mean that giving […]

More Info About HSK for Students Who Study Chinese in China

November 8, 2013

During the organizing process of implementing HSK, examination points and examiners continuously have the feedback that the HSK is too difficult. Examiners who study Chinese in China can’t pass the HSK(primary), although they have studied Chinese for two years or longer. They will have the feeling of frustration after they are examined and feel afraid of learning Chinese, which will influence their […]

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SJOERD | Netherlands
Small Group Chinese Class

We use a lot of games to learn grammar and new words. We have really good teachers, really patient. She helps us a lot. Our class is really nice and we have people from all over the world, different countries. We often discuss topics in Chinese in our class. I live in the dorm of Keats. It is very convenient. I don’t have to spend time traveling. You can just focus on learning Chinese.

David | Australia
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

It has been notable because I have met a lot of people who I met first time last year like me to come back to Keats this year. The teaching has been fantastic. The teachers carefully prepare each lesson. I think this one-on-one approach is really a great way to rapidly increase your level of Chinese and increase your confidence and fluency with the language.

Joep | Netherlands
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

I have been to Keats School to learn Chinese for 4 times now. The reason for coming back to this school is pretty much that the teachers I did work with were very good Chinese teachers. I make it a 5-year plan or even a 10-year plan to come back to this school.  All the teachers have methods of looking at what your skills are. They are aware of at what level you are. I think it is worth for everyone.

Shihori | Japan
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

In the one-to-one intensive Chinese course, you can choose the learning method you like. The small group Chinese class in China at Keats follows the HSK textbook. Teachers often collect feedback from the students, teachers listen to our requirements and opinions. I felt that my oral level is better than before .

Filbert | Indonesia
Small Group Chinese Class

Before I came to Keats School, I had no confidence in my Chinese proficiency. I did not have the confidence to speak Mandarin Chinese and chat with Chinese people. However, after 4 months of study at Keats, I become more and more confident in speaking Chinese now. Studying Chinese in China at Keats School has been the best decision I have ever made. There are many games in the class, and my teacher’s teaching methods are also very interesting. My experience at Keats School has changed my view of China and Chinese people.

 

Joleen | Germany
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

About studying Chinese here, I think the living condition is very convenient because the dorm is very close to the classroom. Our teachers really enjoy teaching Chinese. They are also very passionate. Compared with other cities in China, Kunming has really good weather.

Aliza | USA
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

I found Keats School and I am so glad that I did. When you learn Chinese in China at Keats, you are fully being taken care of. My teacher is really great and we become lovely friends.

Paul | UK
Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

All teachers are really lovely. The teaching level at Keats is so much higher. I really love the city. It is very comfortable to get around. I fully recommend Keats. It is a great place to study Chinese in China. We are looking forward to coming back again later this year.

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