• What is the teaching style of Wukong's major Chinese classes? What class type should I choose for my child?

    According to the teaching method, Wukong's major Chinese courses are divided into two types: one-to-one private classes and a fun and interactive class with 2 to 4 students, among which there are only one-to-one private classes for beginner Chinese and basic Chinese, while there are two types of classes for international Chinese and advanced Chinese, one-to-one classes and group class with 2 to 4 students. Parents can choose based on their children's needs. One-to-one private classes allow parents and teachers to customize the learning progress and speed of learning for the children, giving the child a better learning experience during the foundation stage. The fun and interactive class with 2 to 4 students provide the feeling of a real classroom, children can communicate with each other, discuss, compete, and much more, which can increase their enthusiasm for learning. The registered class can be changed at any time according to the children's situation and need for the class, and parents can be rest assured to choose what suits them the best

  • How are Wukong's special courses taught?

    Classic Idiom Classes: one-to-one, each 30 minutes, with 10 classes in total.

    Ocean Pinyin Classes: one-to-one, each 30 minutes, with 20 classes, and the number of classes can be decided for children with a pinyin base according to their level.

    Graded Intensive Reading Classes: Large, live classes, focusing on the edification of Chinese culture and the cultivation of having a comprehensive reading ability.

  • Does my child fit into the Wukong courses?

    The course system independently developed by the Wukong Teaching and Research Group is suitable for all overseas children to learn Chinese. No matter your child's Chinese level, you can find the right courses at Wukong. In addition, Wukong provides a free one-to-one experience class for all students, This enables new students and their parents to have an in-depth understanding of Wukong, as well as allows teachers at Wukong to evaluate the professional Chinese proficiency , This helps them to customize the exclusive courses for children according to their Chinese proficiency, and incorporating the teaching tailored best to their Chinese learning aptitude.

  • Will there be homework? What about the amount of homework? Will the teacher correct the homework?

    We usually arrange homework using a rich amount of content.Homework is interesting and given in a moderate amount, which won’t intimidate children.All homework will be carefully corrected one-to-one by the teacher with feedback and suggestions included in the corrections.Wukong homework is not only limited to writing homework, but also includes oral homework, which exercises children's communication and expression abilities comprehensively. Homework is complementary to classroom learning.The amount and difficulty of homework varies with age and level.

  • What should be the earliest age to start learning Chinese?

    Wukong recommends starting Chinese learning at the age of 4. Around the age of 4, children are sensitive to language, and it is also the time when the functional memory area of the children's brains develop the fastest. At this time, children will continuously absorb language like a sponge. At the age of 4, children begin to start the basic enlightenment learning of Chinese, focusing on the cultivation of expression and laying the foundation of literacy. At the age of 5, children begin to formally learn the writing of Chinese characters, and their Chinese learning will achieve twice the result with half the effort to make rapid progress.

  • How do we understand your child's learning progress?

    Teachers at Wukong will provide feedback after each class and generate learning reports in the class software platform. Parents can log in to the class platform 2 hours after the end of class.For level 1 and above: There will be a midterm review every five classes, and also a final review and assessment after every ten classes to constantly consolidate the foundation of the student’s Chinese comprehension.

How do we understand your child's learning progress?

Teachers at Wukong will provide feedback after each class and generate learning reports in the class software platform. Parents can log in to the class platform 2 hours after the end of class.For level 1 and above: There will be a midterm review every five classes, and also a final review and assessment after every ten classes to constantly consolidate the foundation of the student’s Chinese comprehension.

What is the teaching style of Wukong's major Chinese classes? What class type should I choose for my child?

According to the teaching method, Wukong's major Chinese courses are divided into two types: one-to-one private classes and a fun and interactive class with 2 to 4 students, among which there are only one-to-one private classes for beginner Chinese and basic Chinese, while there are two types of classes for international Chinese and advanced Chinese, one-to-one classes and group class with 2 to 4 students. Parents can choose based on their children's needs. One-to-one private classes allow parents and teachers to customize the learning progress and speed of learning for the children, giving the child a better learning experience during the foundation stage. The fun and interactive class with 2 to 4 students provide the feeling of a real classroom, children can communicate with each other, discuss, compete, and much more, which can increase their enthusiasm for learning. The registered class can be changed at any time according to the children's situation and need for the class, and parents can be rest assured to choose what suits them the best

How are Wukong's special courses taught?

Classic Idiom Classes: one-to-one, each 30 minutes, with 10 classes in total.

Ocean Pinyin Classes: one-to-one, each 30 minutes, with 20 classes, and the number of classes can be decided for children with a pinyin base according to their level.

Graded Intensive Reading Classes: Large, live classes, focusing on the edification of Chinese culture and the cultivation of having a comprehensive reading ability.

Does my child fit into the Wukong courses?

The course system independently developed by the Wukong Teaching and Research Group is suitable for all overseas children to learn Chinese. No matter your child's Chinese level, you can find the right courses at Wukong. In addition, Wukong provides a free one-to-one experience class for all students, This enables new students and their parents to have an in-depth understanding of Wukong, as well as allows teachers at Wukong to evaluate the professional Chinese proficiency , This helps them to customize the exclusive courses for children according to their Chinese proficiency, and incorporating the teaching tailored best to their Chinese learning aptitude.

Will there be homework? What about the amount of homework? Will the teacher correct the homework?

We usually arrange homework using a rich amount of content.Homework is interesting and given in a moderate amount, which won’t intimidate children.All homework will be carefully corrected one-to-one by the teacher with feedback and suggestions included in the corrections.Wukong homework is not only limited to writing homework, but also includes oral homework, which exercises children's communication and expression abilities comprehensively. Homework is complementary to classroom learning.The amount and difficulty of homework varies with age and level.

What should be the earliest age to start learning Chinese?

Wukong recommends starting Chinese learning at the age of 4. Around the age of 4, children are sensitive to language, and it is also the time when the functional memory area of the children's brains develop the fastest. At this time, children will continuously absorb language like a sponge. At the age of 4, children begin to start the basic enlightenment learning of Chinese, focusing on the cultivation of expression and laying the foundation of literacy. At the age of 5, children begin to formally learn the writing of Chinese characters, and their Chinese learning will achieve twice the result with half the effort to make rapid progress.

How do we understand your child's learning progress?

Teachers at Wukong will provide feedback after each class and generate learning reports in the class software platform. Parents can log in to the class platform 2 hours after the end of class.For level 1 and above: There will be a midterm review every five classes, and also a final review and assessment after every ten classes to constantly consolidate the foundation of the student’s Chinese comprehension.

What is the teaching style of Wukong's major Chinese classes? What class type should I choose for my child?

According to the teaching method, Wukong's major Chinese courses are divided into two types: one-to-one private classes and a fun and interactive class with 2 to 4 students, among which there are only one-to-one private classes for beginner Chinese and basic Chinese, while there are two types of classes for international Chinese and advanced Chinese, one-to-one classes and group class with 2 to 4 students. Parents can choose based on their children's needs. One-to-one private classes allow parents and teachers to customize the learning progress and speed of learning for the children, giving the child a better learning experience during the foundation stage. The fun and interactive class with 2 to 4 students provide the feeling of a real classroom, children can communicate with each other, discuss, compete, and much more, which can increase their enthusiasm for learning. The registered class can be changed at any time according to the children's situation and need for the class, and parents can be rest assured to choose what suits them the best