Singaporean education system is challenging, and schooling begins at an early age. Children are usually required to read, write and speak even before they commence their primary school education. Therefore most of the children in Singapore are being put through pre-school education as early as the age of 3 years old.
Despite parent's great efforts, their children may not necessary be on par with their peers, and the tendency of facing challenges in reading and writing is still evident. Most importantly, student should not lose confidence in the subject, as this may cause them to feel uninterested and eventually give up the subject.
Our heartfelt desire is to help students who are facing such issue, and one of the best methods is to put them through Phonics Tuition in Singapore.
Phonics is a technique of teaching young children how to read and write English Language by synchronising sound and spellings. ChampionTutor Agency has appointed many tutors who are proficient in delivering quality results in guiding children to learn Phonics.
Over the years, we have observed parents have placed less priority in providing Phonics tuition to their child. Below are some of the reasons why you should consider Phonics learning for your child.
The gist of the above is to achieve better results in excelling the language, English. However to ensure that your children understand what they have read and written, practices of the methods should not be neglected.
Our tutors follow a set of scientific and sequential orders in teaching young children. Reading, writing, playing games, and several verbal and written exercises are part of the phonics curriculum. Schools locally are also adopting this method, similarly to countries like America, England and Australia, where the method is widely prevalent.
But, if your child hasn't been introduced to the technique, engaging a phonic tutor in Singapore is the best help you can get. ChampionTutor Agency can assist you in many ways, you'll enjoy some great advantages, some of which are:
In addition to the above, what makes us different is that we understand that every child's learning pace will be different from the others, and therefore no uniform techniques can be applied to children.