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Introduction

To make Chinese Language learning an enjoyable experience and encourage pupils to learn the language to the highest level. To help pupils develop an abiding interest in learning Chinese Language, so that they will continue to use it in their day-to-day living.

Mother Tongue Fortnight 2017

Mother Tongue Fortnight activities provide platforms for pupils to actively learn Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) and the associated culture so as to experience Mother Tongue Langugae (MTL) as ‘living languages’. The activities provide authentic opportunities for pupils to use Mother Tongue Language (MTL) and experience the culture.

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Gourd painting  
Fan painting  
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 Matching phrases through fishing Sequencing of Zodiac signs
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 Paper cuttingChinese Calligraphy 



School Immersion Programme


School Immersion Programme provides our pupils with the opportunities to foster friendships with our overseas visitors and in the process gain better understanding of the different cultures and educational systems in other countries.


~ Visitors from Zhongde School, Beijing ~ 

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 Angklung experiences

Eco-Garden tour


~ Visitors from Dayi Cai Chang School , Sichuan ~ 

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Cultural activities

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 Pupils Buddies

 Classroom activities


Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme 2017

An initiative by the Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL), the Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (CPES) (文化随意门计划) aims to expose school pupils to Chinese language-related cultural performances by local and foreign performing arts groups. Our Primary 3 pupils enjoyed themselves thoroughly, watching the Chinese Drama “Journey to the West - Journey to Heaven” performed by Arts Theatre of Singapore.

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Publication of 《星海》 ~ A compilation of articles written by pupils

The aim of our ‘Read and Enjoy’ books is to create a platform for our pupils to develop reading and writing skills that are vital life skills for our pupils. 

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The renowned composer Xian Xin Hai (冼星海) was an alumnus of Yangzheng Primary School. This compilation is named after Mr Xian’s first name “ Xing Hai ” when translated literally means ‘constellations’. We hope that Yangzhengnites will all become stars in their future endeavours and Yangzheng an ever shining constellation.

Mid-Autumn Festival

On the 15th of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, the moon is at its roundest and brightest, symbolizing togetherness and reunion in Chinese culture. In celebrating Mid Autumn Festival , our school take the opportunities to make learning a fun way  that is  associated to cultures and traditions.


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Multi-Cultural Programme 2017

In support of our school’s vision and mission to promote holistic education amongst our pupils,  the Multi-Cultural Programme provide platforms for pupils to actively learn Mother Tongue Languages,  cultures and traditions  to appreciate their roots.

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 P1 & P2 Drama Classes
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P3 Cultural Camp & Enrichment Classes - Diabolo
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 P4 - Storytelling
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P4 & P5 Oratorical Enrichment 


i-Pen (我爱阅读笔P1-P2)

The objective of this reading programme is to increase students’ interests in reading and to enhance their learning efficiency by using illustrated stories, accompanied with the digital reading pen. The reading materials used are designed based on the latest Ministry of Education’s Primary School Chinese Language Curriculum Criterion and the intellectual and cognitive development of children. It is used to enhance our students' listening, speaking, reading and writing skill.

 

Conversational Malay and Chinese Programme 2017

Conversational Malay and Chinese Programme is for the purpose of strengthening bonds among students of different races; and at the same time helping them acquire the languages that would enable them to operate comfortably in the region.


National Inter-Primary On-The-Spot Chinese Poetry Writing Competition 

 

Merit Award
Sun WR (P4) 

 

Chinese Essay Writing Competition 2017


Excellence Award
Xia HD (P6)

National On-the-Spot Chinese Story Writing Competition 2017


Honourable Mention
Zhou QL (P6)

首届全国小学生绘本创作比赛 

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奖项: 佳作

作者

Ai ZQ

绘图

LIM ZL  FOO YNTIFFANYLAURYN


童心童曲 — 全国儿童歌曲创作比

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中华语言文化基金新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会联合主办

Awarded Silver : Liu YL

Song Composed: 《三叶草》


学乐

A website that features multimedia content that complements the CL primary curriculum. 

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg  

 

Recitation by pupil from Yangzheng Primary School :  Matthew Ting YS



1.

《牙膏乐得吐泡泡》

 

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/huanlehuoban/CYSJ/1B/1B12/1/pinyin.html

2.

《不分我和你》

 

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/huanlehuoban/CYSJ/1B/1B14/1/pinyin.html

3.

《苹果红不红》

 

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/huanlehuoban/

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4.

《新年到》

 

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/huanlehuoban/CYSJ/2A/2A2/1/pinyin.html

5.

《过马路》

 

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/huanlehuoban/CYSJ/2A/2A6/1/pinyin.html

Stay Happy Singapore 50

For SG50 Celebration, the songs promoted the core values of good characters as citizens, to emphasize knowledge, and understanding of national issues pertaining to the historical, political, economic and social development of Singapore. Our pupils are invited to record one song for the Stay Happy Singapore 50 Theme Song.


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《国旗的歌》

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPbG4S2SqDM&index=2&list=PLgTM46TBaTKxtDVonNfwDoq3P47mzNlx9

http://eresources.nlb.gov.sg/music/page/SG50

Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism

The Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism aims to nurture a love for bilingual learning in our children from young in the pre-schools, at home and in the community. Our pupils are involved in the recording of songs to promote bilingualism. Their songs are as follow:

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Our pupils participated in the singing of the songs :

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《做个好邻居》

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bti-io81bgQ

 

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《昆虫世界》

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB9NMr-vKyY




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1.

《快乐的形状》

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o4KAiBg0bA 

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《彩虹儿歌》

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dvh3GESGLwo


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《儿童节》 
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND6PMVbzm0g

MY SG President's Challenge

My Singapore Project is a creative and meaningful effort to inspire and bring people together to contribute to the less fortunate through music and arts.

My Singapore movement provides opportunities for children to experience music and the arts on a larger scale, and helps inculcate in them the values of giving and charity by allowing them to see and feel for themselves the power of giving. The movement also celebrates National Day while remembering the less privileged in our society.

 

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Pupils from Yangzheng primary school participated in the MTV and songs:

Moments of Love
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McqrJbBvyLc

《最幸福的感动》
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdgAwMCqLUI

《早安你好》
                                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vs6Smvmr-E


Useful Links:

Reading Material

http://www.cpcll.sg/resources/reading-group

Approved Dicitonary List (SEAB)

http://www.seab.gov.sg/pages/dictionary_list.asp

MOE Websites

( Pri 1 to Pri 6 Textbook )

http://xuele.moe.edu.sg/xuele/slot/u107/index.html