SINGAPORE & SAN MATEO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 22, 2022–
LingoAsa Singapore-based global educational technology company and leading Mandarin Chinese learning platform, shared new findings on the state of Mandarin Chinese learning in the United States, the latest study .
The survey of 5,000 US parents of children under 18 aimed to gain a clear understanding of the foreign language learning market for children, including how children learn and what factors influence their decision to learn mandarin chinese. The survey shows the steady growth of the Chinese learning market in the United States, but which is plagued by a shortage of teachers and quality courses offered both in school and as an apprenticeship additional. With less than 1% of American children currently learning Chinese, LingoAce prides itself on making the language more accessible to young learners through its fun and engaging learning experience. You can read the full conclusions at lingoace.com/marketstudy.
Recognizing the growing demand for K-12 students learning Chinese, including among non-heritage learners, LingoAce has designed a “Foundation” program specifically designed for these students and for children who want to learn but are unable to find sustainable and effective online resources. to meet their needs. In addition to LingoAce’s certified teachers who can provide real-time feedback, this Foundation program currently focuses on children in kindergarten through 6th grade who have no prior exposure or experience with Mandarin. , with plans to expand to older grades soon. The program uses the references and standards of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL) and adopts the 5-step lesson plan based on Stanford University’s World Languages curriculum.
Unlike learners from Chinese-speaking households, non-heritage learners are disadvantaged because they are not exposed to the language on a daily basis. Therefore, all lessons in the LingoAce Foundation Program include several review units and the reintroduction of previously taught material. The program begins with everyday topics and aims to help students build a good foundation for Mandarin Chinese through graduated lesson plans. Within weeks, students should know how to greet others, introduce themselves, say thank you, and count to ten.
The Foundation curriculum also includes Global Competencies and 21st Century Skills for Young Learners. For students looking to learn Mandarin Chinese with engaging and fun content for real results, the LingoAce Foundation program is available now. To visit lingoace.com to learn more and watch the LingoAce Foundation program video at https://youtu.be/yDBh4GtkYkQ.
Founded in 2017, LingoAce is a Singapore-based global education technology company and a leading Mandarin Chinese learning platform, delivering an immersive language learning experience tailored to the needs of kindergarten learners. to Grade 12, across a range of language proficiency levels and diverse cultural backgrounds. . A committed partner of young learners and their parents, LingoAce harnesses the capabilities of passionate teachers along with research-backed digital content, including animation, gamification and AI, to effectively deliver authentic online Chinese lessons. and interactive. With offices in the United States, Southeast Asia, and China, LingoAce serves students in 100 countries and regions. By training the next generation of confident multilingual communicators, LingoAce aims to broaden their horizons and unlock future opportunities for these students. More information can be found at www.lingoace.com.
LingoAce is actively recruiting in all markets – if you are interested, check out all available positions at https://apply.workable.com/lingoace/?lng=en
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