本校中文班自一九八五年開班以來, 便採用簡體字與漢語拼音教學. 當初的想法是, 簡體書寫比較容易, 漢語拼音又近似拉丁語發音系統. 這兩種因素的配合可以減輕本地學生學習中文的負擔. 這樣的安排在當年可算是相當大膽的創舉. 近年來, 全美越來越多的學校開始設立中文班,其教學系統亦採用簡體字與漢語拼音. 在本校學習中文的學生可與美國學校的中文班無縫接軌.> 本校目前所用的教材共七冊 (學前班不計在內) 是以一套符合學校需要的華語課本為藍本, 大量增刪, 修補, 並把語句生活化, 歷時四年, 編輯而成. 這套教材的的第六, 七冊是由前百利高中中文教師蔡淑媛獨立編寫完成. 學前班的教材以拼音系統入門, 配上可愛的插圖, 把未到學齡的兒童慢慢帶進說. 寫的華文世界 本校中文班招生對象是五歲至十二年級學生. 因採用漢語拼音教學，讓毫無中文背景的孩子也能學習無礙. 中文班除了聽說讀寫外, 並加強打字, 讓學生可以用電子信與親友溝通聯繫 From its inception in 1985, our Chinese program has been using Han-yu Pin-yin in its teaching. The rationale at that time was that the Han-yu Pin-yin is easier to write and is easier to pronounce since its phonetics is similar to that of Latin. The unique, innovative arrangement, considered a bold move at the time, greatly reduces the burden and obstacles of local students in their learning of the Chinese ...
Class Time Class 9:00-10:40 AM Taiwanese 3, English 3(Grs. 6-8) 10:50 - 12:30 PM Taiwanese 2, Chinese 2, Chinese 6, English 4 (Grs. 9-12) 12:30-1:00 PM Lunch (TYS Meeting once per month) 1:00 - 1:20 PM Game (Table Tennis Tournament) 1:20 - 2:40 PM Adult English Writing
Culture Activities: Collaborate with the Cultural and Community Service Committee to celebrate Taiwanese Folk Festivals through cross generation, all communities' events. Those events also serve as an open house event for school. · Carol Huang Memorial Fund: Mr. & Mrs. C.C. Huang donated the funding in 1990 in memory of their daughter, Ms. Carol Huang, an alumni of the HTSLC, to promote the cultural heritage of Taiwanese Americans in Houston through the cultural program of HTSLC. · Celebration of Many Moon Festival: o Cultural Display o Activities by Taiwanese American Youth o Moon Cake Tasting o Fun Games · Lunar New Year Celebration: o Provided Taiwanese ...
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In 1985, the Board of the Taiwanese Association of America Houston Chapter designated Grace Liau, a board member at the time, to plan the establishment of a school for the growing number of children in the Taiwanese community. Under her able leadership and the hard work of a committee of eighteen members, the Taiwanese School of Languages and Culture was founded and opened for class in the summer of 1985. The school was referred to initially as Tai Yu (Taiwanese language) School and since 1989 it has been fondly called the Taiwanese School. In the beginning, classes were held on ...
Established to carry on the legacy of the Taiwanese mother language, our Taiwanese program serves to connect the young and the old generations and promote better understanding of Taiwanese geography, history, and culture. The program emphasizes students’ listening and verbal communication skills, using textbooks developed in-house, which combine Taiwanese culture with touches of American culture. The texts are primarily in Romanized Taiwanese with Han-Ji and English translations, ensuring a smooth and speedy learning experience. Any adult or youngster familiar with the English alphabet will be able to converse in simple Taiwanese in a short time. 本校台語班強調聽與說, 目的在維繫台灣母語的傳承. 讓孩子與老輩親人有共通的語言, 並且對台灣地理, ...
In response to parents’ requests, the Houston Taiwanese School of Languages and Culture will offer a rigorous, two-week SAT summer program that focuses on effective test-taking strategies in Critical Reading, Writing, and Math...Read more of this article
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