Class Schedule

   FAQ
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   Why do we need to learn Chinese?
   a) Chinese is the most spoken language in the World.
   b) Chinese language and culture are interesting and fun.
   c) Chinese language is widely used in Global Trade.
   d) The Knowledge of Diversity & Globalization begins in language.
   e) Gateway to Global opportunities

   Does North American Chinese School teach Modern or Traditional Chinese?
   We teach Modern Chinese for both elementary and kindergarten classes in West Bend, WI.
   However, our teachers also introduce traditional Chinese in our classes & private lessons.

   What are the differences between North American Chinese School and other
   Chinese Schools?


   a) We provide quality and interesting Chinese lessons to all our students.
   For example, Chinese Children songs and plays plus cultures are introduced in
   our Chinese classes not only to make learning Chinese lessons more fun and
   interesting but also to promote understanding and diversity.


    b) All teachers have Master Degrees and have great interest in teaching
   our future generation and adults.

    c) We develop our own teaching materials cater to American Education Systems
   and make changes to our curriculum according to the needs of our boys and
   girls plus working adults.

    d) We provide secured online support and videos to our parents and students.

    e) Although we just started in Nov 2007, we are able to increase
   the number of students in our classes. Thanks to all the support and "word of
   mouth" from our parents, community and churches.

    f) North American Chinese School (Division of North American Export Council
   Corporation) is a legal entity and we pay tax to the government.


   Do you teach "Hanyu Pinyin"?
   Our teachers will introduce both "Hanyu Pinyin" and "Zhuyin Fuhao".


   Why teach "Zhuyin Fuhao"?
   Zhuyin gives you the basic foundations of Chinese pronounciation and fundamental Chinese Writing.
Non-native speakers tend to mix up Alphabets' pronounciation and Hanyun Pinyin.


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