“Three Little Pigs” can be used to allegorise the behaviour of some families who send their children to learn Mandarin as a second language.
Anita Shum
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The “three little pigs” approach to laying foundations of Mandarin learning

  • Once upon a time, there were hasty parents who used the wrong methods to teach their children. Instead, it is a patient approach that builds confidence

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“Three Little Pigs” can be used to allegorise the behaviour of some families who send their children to learn Mandarin as a second language.
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