Characteristics of Pre-School Children in Chinese Learning

Hongjun ZENG


The characteristics of pre-school children’s Chinese learning are: Being dominated by oral communication; instinctive acquisition; acceleration development of learning; learning in context and obviously student-centered learning.


Pre-school children; Chinese; Learning; Characteristics

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He, K. K. (2004). Language awareness—new theory on child language development. Beijing. The People’s Education Press.

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