In today’s world, only one foreign language is not enough. A student who speaks multiple foreign languages will have more opportunities in the domestic and international job market. One more foreign language learnt has the ability to open up a personal and professional world. Children who study second foreign language have accumulated extra wealth invisibly.
Researchers have found that learning multiple languages has many positive effects on children’s brains. Learning multiple languages will help children effectively process information about their surroundings, and their self-learning and independent living skills will improve. Fluent in multiple languages can also enhance the brain’s ability to operate different language systems. Therefore, the brain’s multitasking function has been fully exercised. Scientists also point out that switching between different languages triggers activities outside the prefrontal cortex of the brain, so it can significantly improve children’s ability to focus and solve problems.
Each language represents its specific culture and way of thinking. It has the ability to switch freely in multiple languages and helps people to better communicate with friends or business partners of different cultural backgrounds. Both ability and personal charm will improve significantly.
- A wide range of reading topics: selected topics such as fairy tales, fables, literature, nature, geography, humanities, history, technology, sports, engineering, architecture and other topics that are of interest to students and are closely related to life. Let students perceive the world through reading;
- Reading under the guidance of teachers: flexible and diverse teaching methods, learning a variety of reading methods and skills, learning to analyse and interpret different texts;
- Collision of sparks of thought: Guide students to communicate each other’s knowledge and feelings after reading. Such communication allows students to collide with sparks of thought and learn to interpret from multiple angles.
BE French Course Level 1 (Basic 0); Level 2 (French Elementary 2-3); Level 3 (French Elementary 4-5)
BE Chinese Course
Level 3 (Advanced Chinese VCE Preparation Course for Y7-Y8); Level 4 (Advanced Chinese VCE Preparation Course for Y9-Y10); Level 5 (Advanced Chinese Second Language for Y11-Y12)
BE Japanese Course
Level 1 (0 basics); Level 2 (Japanese elementary school grades 2-3); Level 3 (Japanese elementary school grades 3-6)
BE Spanish Course
Level 1 (0 basics); Level 2 (Spanish elementary school grades 2-3); Level 3 (Spanish elementary school grades 3-6