How to Improve the Efficiency of Chinese Learning



We all know that in order to improve their children's Chinese scores, some parents will lengthen their children's study time, thinking that no pain, no gain. But will the length of study really play a decisive role? Not necessarily.



So what is effective learning? What kind of method can make children study for a short time but with better results? Today we will talk about the learning efficiency.


  • 集中孩子的注意力

  • Focus the child's attention


Every child has different learning characteristics. Some children rely on auditory learning and need to read aloud to understand effectively;Some children are better suited to visual learning, so we need to provide an immersive learning environment that reduces unnecessary distractions.For example, stay away from TV and some snacks, which can effectively block the temptation of children and let them focus on learning.


  • 激发孩子的学习兴趣

  • Stimulate children's interest in learning


Interest is especially important in language subjects, and if a child has a long-term intrinsic motivation, the tendency to learn actively increases. Parents can also set some reward mechanisms according to their children's interests, and appropriate positive feedback can also promote children's active learning.


  • 给孩子一些积极的暗示

  • Give children some positive hints


Positive hints can let children understand the benefits of learning this language, thus triggering children to discover the joy of learning by themselves, and develop a good habit of independent learning  gradually.


  • 善用短期目标

  • Make good use of short-term goals


Some parents will set a long-term goal for their children at the beginning of the semester, but long-term goals are often difficult to achieve and require a certain amount of time to accumulate and cannot be accomplished overnight. We can set some short-term goals, and at the same time give certain positive feedback according to the progress achieved by the children.In the process of children achieving their goals, we must be good at observation, carefully collect the child's progress and problems, and help him improve in later studies.



Appropriately setting short-term goals can also reduce children's learning pressure. For example, we let children memorize three words in one day, and give him certain points every day, so that children can judge their own learning gains through the points, thereby increasing their self-confidence in learning Chinese.



The above is today’s sharing. In fact, learning Chinese is indeed difficult, but it is not impossible to improve.If we can help children feel the improvement of their abilities in the process of learning Chinese, we can help them strengthen their self-confidence, push them to invest in the next stage of learning, and reap the joy of learning.This kind of good feedback is not only reflected in Chinese learning, but also promotes children to develop good study habits, which is also very helpful for other subjects. Finally, we hope that all Chinese learners can achieve the progress they want in a short period of time!