Useful Educational links
10’C leverages the use of ICT to develop students’ interest in Chinese Language and to improve their reading and writing skills in an interactive environment.
ETD has specially set up a centralised e-learning platform for 10’C. The platform has the following features:
a) Customized individual home pages and blogs for teachers and pupils
b) A “billboard” for students to showcase their works
c) There are functions like editing, posting comments and peer’s evaluation
A online learning for Primary 1 to 3 students developed by MOE and local company, Creative Knowledge. It offers various word games to test the child’s ability to recognise Chinese characters, phrases and reading using Hanyu Pinyin.
The games are developed with different stages and are based on primary school textbooks.
Students and Teachers will given personal user names and passwords to access the site.
‘Culture Bridge’ is a cultural website for pupils to acquire culture-related knowledge through multimedia and interactive content which features topics of interest in Chinese and other cultures with reference to local context. The website also serves as a platform to engage students in cultural activities and events.
‘Happy Town’ is a Chinese website for Primary and Secondary pupils to learn Chinese language in a fun and interactive way. The 5 “locations” in Happy Town engage students in active learning and participation. Besides featuring stories, songs, news, knowledge, games and language tips, the website hosts students’ written and creative works.
Students are able to find Primary School Chinese textbook passages for Primary 1-6 and Secondary school textbook passages Secondary 1-4 with animation and audio reading.
B) Chinese Educational Site Links
eZhishi.net, Singapore No.1 Chinese Online Learning Portal
Fun with Chinese Comic ebooks.
All 9 volumes to equip you with essential Chinese from Primary 1-5
Interactive Online Chinese lessons
a) Using technology such as IT, multimedia materials like videos and songs, to enhance teaching of Chinese language,
b) The learning process allows students to use the Chinese language in daily contexts and real life examples.
C) Government Links