Chinese in secondary school is a subject that you cannot study by reading the textbook. The biggest challenges in the exam are reading comprehension and essay writing, which you can’t actually study for!
Instead, excelling in these areas requires practice in the relevant skills of reading and writing. Many students end up practicing blindly, in hopes they will eventually ‘get’ the answering technique.
However, we know there is a better way to do it! By breaking down the task into different skills and areas you can work on, you can practice with purpose and master the abilities you need to conquer the exams.
Take a look at some of our sample lesson notes to see how it’s done!
Sample lesson notes
Being aware that there are different types of comprehension questions can help students understand which type of answers they need to provide. Our tutors use this to explain direct literal questions to paraphrasing and inference questions, and identify types of questions that the student may need more work with.