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successful teaching model

Senior Creative Educator

Teacher Annie Lin Qianru (Ms Nini) has more than 30 years of experience in teaching children speech and performing arts, training teachers in drama and creative dance, developing curriculum, publishing books, producing songs, and directing media. She has a subtle and nuanced understanding of the child's mind and is good at guiding children to increase their interest in learning and maximise their potential.

· Former full-time actress and news director of Singapore Television Station;

· Founder of Singapore Excel-World Language School,

   which has nurtured more than 8000 students;

· Founder of China Er-Shi-Le Bilingual International Kindergarten;

· Former Director of Education and Business Development at Beijing Eton International Kindergarten;

· Composers of Theme Songs, "Come on Beijing" and "Five Fu Wa" for the Beijing Olympic Games in China;

· Part-time Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts, Singapore Chinese Studies Centre;

· Member of Singapore Composers Association and registered children's book writer;

· Awardee of the LKY Bilingual Cultural Education Fund to produce bilingual nursery rhymes;

· Resident Judge of Singapore Middle School Chinese Teachers Association for National Primary and Secondary Schools Competition;

· Representative of The International Art & Culture (Singapore) Federation, leading Chinese Cheongsam Image consulting and Arts event planning.

Searching for An Effective Materials & System?

Singing and learning Chinese textbooks are basically mixed and chaotic in the market. Although there are many songs and videos on the Internet, because the learning objectives of customized textbooks are not clear, most of them are entertainment-based and not systematic. Children learn a little from the east and learn from the west without much benefit. In addition, some parents go to the bookstore to buy elementary school exercises to guide their children or send them to tutor Chinese. Due to the preference for achievement-oriented learning purposes, it is easy to cause the following adverse side effects:


  • Inflexible teaching and content will produce a dependence on psychology.

  • Cramming teaching will stifle thinking and creativity.

  • Destroy children's interest in learning and curb all-round development.

  • It is easy to provoke rebellious psychology and distort the child's character.

  • Increase the financial burden of the family.

  • Singing is fun and interesting, heh hey ha ha, he learned Chinese.

  • Music, rhythm, and lyrics will greatly help pronunciation.

  • It is very effective for memorizing words efficiently in the short term.

  • Effectively memorize words, improve listening and speaking. Learn to speak a standard, authentic Chinese conversation.

  • Keep your mood happy and enhance your body's immunity.

  • Singing enhances feelings and releases hormones in the brain.

  • Improving respiratory function is conducive to expanding lung capacity.

  • It integrates language, music, and performance into a comprehensive art.

  • A new education model to get rid of duck-cracking education.

  • Improve encyclopedia knowledge, exploration ability, and thinking ability.

  • Learn to think about common sense and realize your potential and creativity.

  • Quickly improve memory and accumulate vocabulary and sentences.

  • Learn to listen, read, narrate, sing, and acting skills.

  • Improve learning interest, self-confidence, and comprehensive development.

  • Improve the parent-child relationships and create a home language environment.

  • Very economical and cost-effective, saving time and money for the whole family.

The Benefits of Sing and Learn Mandarin

The Benefits of StarArk Thematic Learning System


Singing - Learn Bilingual and Literacy

Through bilingual thematic songs, students can not only sing a song video in a language they are familiar with, and then learn another language, so that 'sing while learning' and 'language catch up' are easy to remember and have fun!

Stories - Learn Comprehension & Expression

A sentence can have different expressions. How can we learn it? Imitation is the nature of human beings. By listening to the story, seeing with your ears, and then imitating the expressions and tone of the characters in the story, you can achieve more with less effort!

Drama - Learn Performing Arts

Teacher Nini first taught the students to read the simple script, let them familiarize themselves with the sentences and roles, and then showed the students her performance. In this way, students imitate more with less effort!

What the parents say?

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