Build­ing a firm learn­ing base

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - BRIGHT KIDS -

AS the lead­ing provider of early child­hood education in Malaysia, Smart Reader World­wide has pro­duced top- qual­ity and ef­fec­tive pro­grammes con­ducted in English.

Be­sides the Smart Reader Kids In­ten­sive English Pro­gramme ( IEP) that has be­come one of the pop­u­lar pro­grammes for chil­dren to sharpen their English lan­guage skills, the or­gan­i­sa­tion re­cently launched the Smart Speak­er_ Writer Se­ries.

The IEP pro­gramme fo­cuses on skills in read­ing, writ­ing, vo­cab­u­lary de­vel­op­ment, spell­ing, com­mu­ni­ca­tion and pub­lic speak­ing.

The learn­ing out­comes are im­pres­sive as young learn­ers are able to speak flu­ently, read and write ac­cu­rately, and ex­press feel­ings and opin­ions in­de­pen­dently.

The newly launched Smart Speak­er_ Writer Se­ries ad­dresses the pub­lic speak­ing and cre­ative writ­ing skills of chil­dren.

Through the pro­gramme, chil­dren learn to present or­gan­ised thoughts and ideas as well as write with the cor­rect gram­mar based on pic­ture cards of dif­fer­ent themes.

The pro­gramme is of­fered at all Smart Reader Kids and li­censed tu­to­rial cen­tres.

Siti Nori Nor Anuar, mother of five- year- old Aryan Ammar, finds the IEP pro­gramme to be ef­fec­tive. Since the day her son joined the pro­gramme, she has been amazed with his progress in the English lan­guage.

“I no­ticed that my son’s vo­cab­u­lary im­proved and he was able to use many new English words within six months,” says Siti Nori, who en­rolled Aryan in Smart Reader Kids Ta­man Sri Har­ta­mas.

Un­der­stand­ing the need to pro­vide a strong English foun­da­tion for her five- year- old daugh­ter, Mazuin Ab­dul Rahim made the de­ci­sion to en­rol Syameen Aryssa Shahrul Nizam in Smart Reader Kids Da­mansara Heights.

“Prior to join­ing the Smart Reader Kids and IEP pro­grammes, Syameen was an in­cred­i­bly shy girl.

How­ever, af­ter four months in the IEP pro­gramme, I am pleased to say that her tran­si­tion has been smooth- sail­ing.

“She en­joys her English lessons there due to the en­cour­age­ment of her teach­ers. Now, she likes to com­mu­ni­cate with her friends in English. She also has the con­fi­dence to par­tic­i­pate in singing and dance per­for­mances,” says Mazuin.

Emma Abd Ma­jid is happy to see her son learn new things and en­joy him­self at Smart Reader Kids Dataran Se­layang.

Six- year- old Ah­mad Daniel Haqeem has shown re­mark­able progress in read­ing, writ­ing and spell­ing in English.

“Taught cre­atively, the IEP lessons help ex­pand my son’s vo­cab­u­lary while also en­cour­ag­ing the cor­rect con­tex­tual us­age of the English lan­guage.

“The de­vel­op­men­tal ac­tiv­i­ties and cre­ative learn­ing meth­ods also en­cour­age stu­dents to de­velop their so­cial, in­tel­lec­tual and emo­tional po­ten­tial,” says Emma.

The ed­u­ca­tional pro­grammes of­fered by Smart Reader World­wide are Smart Reader Kids, Smart Reader Kids Is­lamic, Smart Reader Kids Man­darin Medium, Smart Reader Kids In­ten­sive English Pro­gramme and Smart Reader Kids++ fran­chise pro­grammes.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 03- 6279 5555 or the SMARTLine at 1300 885 555 or visit www. smartreader. edu. my.

Emma Abd Ma­jid with her son Ah­mad Daniel Haqeem from Smart Reader Kids Dataran Se­layang.

Mazuin Ab­dul Rahim with her daugh­ter Syameen Aryssa from Smart Reader Kids Da­mansara Heights.

Siti Nori Nor Anuar with her son Aryan Ammar from Smart Reader Kids Ta­man Sri Har­ta­mas.

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