As a result of the pandemic, as of 2021, students have lost far more than 200 school days, which is equivalent to a loss of about a year of semester. Long-term interruptions in learning could leave a lasting impact, while long hours spent on screen for classes would make it difficult to adjust and catch up with schoolwork when students return to schools. This is especially true for students in younger grades.
The instability of learning during the pandemic could have a serious impact. Just imagine the long-term disadvantages of children not going to school, which stops them from continuous learning, and they may also forget a lot of the knowledge they have learned. Statistics shown that students absent from school for 7 months will experience a 20% increase in “learning poverty” (unable to read and comprehend). Unless remedial action is taken quickly, the rate of learning poverty will increase even higher.
With schools closed for a long time, children are moving straight to the next grade without mastering what was taught in the previous grade. This is especially true for lower-grade students who experience more academic losses, which leads to difficulty keeping up with classes, which may result in dropping out of school. This is why education must meet the needs of the students, which include basic reading, writing and comprehension needs, as well as their mental health needs. By implementing remedial actions, we will be able to control the loss of education disruption, restore lost learning ability, cope with future challenges, and even establish education to be better than before the pandemic.
Unless remedial measures can be found to minimise the effects of academic interruption, this pandemic will leave a huge setback for this generation. Ultimately, we will realise that the biggest loss over the pandemic period is the students who have missed the opportunity to learn and study.
[Discounts up to 85% off] RM98 for 6 physical classes, one-on-one Mandarin, Malay and English lessons
For only RM98, which includes RM150 worth of literacy test to help you understand whether your child’s literacy is up to standard ✅ and to witness YELAOSHR’s one-on-one creative teaching!
★ #• 4 to 8 years old: Up to 500 to 3000 characters reading (CH, ENG, BM 1:1 creative teaching method) literacy, pronunciation, reading and comprehension course ★
✔ Did you know? The above learning difficulties are what most children will face when they enter first or second grade of primary school! However, ultimately it is due to children aged 5 or 6 did not properly master basic literacy. The main reasons are insufficient kindergarten teachers and lack of good training, many complicated subjects and a lack of professional training models for literacy etc；
✔ Experts have pointed out that 3 to 6 years old is a child’s prime time for literacy. It is also a period in life where memory is at its strongest, and rapid learning takes place.At this age, your child’s brain is like a blank disk. To them, memory is not a burden but a physiological need. Suppose you are able to let your child take up literacy practices at aged 3 to 7. In that case, your children can quickly achieve the amount of literacy needed to be completed the entire primary school stage in a short period, such as 2500 commonly used Chinese characters.
Therefore, we should not miss the prime time to study in a child’s life. Your children will be trained by us to ensure that when they enter primary school, they will not have Mommy worrying about them, as they will be capable of completing their own homework and stand on their own feet. There are also many unexpected surprises, where many parents would come forward and thanking the teachers. Children aged 4 or 5 years old can easily recognise and pronounce various new words, showing greater self-confidence in learning than others of the same age!
Children are like sponges because their ability to absorb is like a sponge naturally absorbing water, and often we cannot measure the vast amount of knowledge that may be squeezing it out after.
★ 9 to 12 years old: Primary level Chinese, Malay, English (1:1 Creative Teaching Method) – Basic Remediation and Enhancement Courses ★
✔ The education policy has been shifted to teaching Mathematics and Science using the national language. The Malay language proficiency of Chinese Primary School differs from what you and I had learnt when we were younger, where we start learning from itik, ayam, arnab etc. If your child’s comprehension is not on par, pushing them to study further even though they cannot understand what the question means, would it be an issue of language proficiency, or is it due to failure in memorising the multiplication table?
✔ When your child did not perform well in the exams, in addition to making up for it, you do not understand the seriousness of not being able to make up for the deficiency. Did you think that there was no other way other than making up for it? Did you know that there are many children who are merely slow and not stupid? You wish to help your child pick up faster to make up for it. In fulfilling your wish, who else is there to understand him? We should develop the “slow” ones, and not cause them to turn from being “stupid” to “hopeless”, or does this stem from the inability of the school teachers to teach????!!!!!
How do we fix this? Through our original creative teaching method, we can re-cultivate and help children lay a good foundation of language and grammar according to their level. There is still time for remedy in primary school, and they can still catch up as they enter high school.
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○ Introduce basic Chinese, Malay or English, 100 to 3000 trilingual literacies, reading, comprehension and writing
○ • Bahasa Malaysia Suku Kata, Ejaan, Tatabahasa and general Malay reading
○ • Cambridge English Vocabulary and Natural Pinyin Basic Course
○ • Recognise 100 to 3000 Chinese characters
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