英語導師 Miss Alia Nazir
"What a child can do with assistance today she will be able to do by herself tomorrow" (Vygotsky, 1978).
We believe that with little assistance young children can be interested and actively involved in their own learning and the development of new understandings/schema.
It is argued that an early introduction to Cambridge course, will give children the confidence to make a success of language learning throughout their lives. It will promote their enthusiasm and positive attitudes for language learning.
Therefore, early start of Cambridge course is important when it can maintain or even engender the child’s interest in learning then the child will automatically become a lifelong learner.
To facilitate our students we designed the teaching contents and methodology according to children’s need.
Reading and writing may seem easy to many parents but learning to read and write is probably the hardest thing most of us ever do. When parents don’t introduce these skills to their children in early age such as 3 or 4, as a result most of the children do find learning to read and write hard and when they reach the age of 8 they are unable to read proficiently. So we suggest parents, an early start of Cambridge course works well because young children are keen and naturally receptive to learn.
Vygotsky, L.S. (1978). The development of higher mental processes. Mind and society. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.