Stay Tuned on New Residents' 7 Languages Learning Radio Program for Children
The courses of new residents' 7 languages are added into the curriculum guidelines of 12- Year Basic Education. National Education Radio (abbreviated to NER) particularly produces and broadcasts the new residents' 7 languages learning radio program for children. The program is co-hosted by mother-tongue teachers and second-generation students of new residents. Through standard pronunciation and clear tones, they conduct lively and interesting situational conversations and introduce different cultures of countries.
Since this year, this radio program has been broadcasted by the NER in domestic elementary schools in the morning from Monday to Friday, and teachers, students, parents, and children are all welcome to listen. Not only will they learn languages but they will also understand different cultures of countries.
Is it easy to learn Pilipino？How to say "sorry" in the Burmese language? How to sing Malaysian nursery rhymes? People can learn all of these through the radio program. The NER and the K-12 Education Administration work together to produce and broadcast the new residents' 7 languages learning radio program for children with lively and interesting stories, conversations, and songs that let children learn not only languages but also cultural knowledge.
The NER states that the new residents' 7 languages learning radio program for children includes "Simple Malaysian learning", "Don't be shy of speaking the Burmese language", "Ph-ery easy to learn" (Pilipino), "Simple Cambodian learning", and "Simple Vietnamese learning". Since this January, the radio program has been broadcasted one after another on the NER during the extra curriculum between 7:20 and 7:30 from Monday to Friday. The program will be fully stored in [Languages Learning Zone] on the website of NER Channel +. People are all welcome to listen to this radio program anytime.