Learn With Us - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Learn With Us

Learn With Us - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

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Partnership Materials: Learn With Us

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Partnership Materials: Learn With Us

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The Learning Kid Teacher's Manual

To equip preschool educators with the skills to teach about our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture through food, language and customs, we have collaborated with Ngee Ann Polytechnic Chinese Media & Communication to develop age-appropriate resources such as The Learning Kid!

The Learning Kid is a kit with sensory materials such as handmade puppets, story-telling cards and yusheng “ingredients”. Preschool educators may use The Learning Kid prior to or after your visit to the SINGAPO人 exhibition. 

Email education@singaporeccc.org.sg to request for use of this kit. Please note that The Learning Kid can only be used in the Centre. Download the Teacher’s Manual which consists of Lesson Plans and resources to be used together with The Learning Kid.

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SCCC x JangandFox

The JangandFox comic series explores the 10 values cherished by the Chinese — Loyalty (忠), Filial Piety (孝), Kindness (仁), Love (爱), Courtesy (礼), Righteousness (义), Honesty (廉), Shame (耻), Thrift (俭), and Perseverance (毅). These values are depicted by adorable characters that bring these values to life!

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Fun Learning Articles About SINGAPO人

Are you an educator looking for resources to teach culture in your classroom? Or are you looking for content regarding topics about local food, language, festivals, and values?

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre has specially produced a series of articles for schools which discusses Chinese Singaporean culture through local food, kopitiam lingo, Chinese festivals, the arts, and values cherished by the Chinese.

These comprehension passages are written with multiple choice questions & answers and are suitable for different age groups. Educators can use them for classroom teaching and learning or supplement the learning before or after your visit to the exhibition SINGAPO人.

We would also like to hear what you think of the articles in this short questionnaire here.

Title                      Suitable for                      
International Recognition for Local Film Lower Secondary Higher Chinese    
Zhongyuan Festival and Getai Culture Lower Secondary Higher Chinese
Values Cherished by the Chinese Lower Secondary Express Chinese
Chinese Singaporean Surnames Lower Secondary Higher Chinese
Kopitiam Culture Lower Secondary Chinese
Singapore’s Theatre Doyen: Kuo Pao Kun Lower Secondary Higher Chinese
Comfort Food: Hainanese Chicken Rice Upper Secondary Express Chinese
The Beginning of Chinese Education for Girls in Singapore Upper Secondary Higher Chinese

 

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Cultural Picture Book Series for Children

Partnering with Ngee Ann Polytechnic once again, the Year 2 Chinese Studies students (in 2019) created 10 picture books to promote the learning of Chinese Singaporean culture.

These picture books cover themes from the SINGAPO人 exhibition, such as multiculturalism, local Chinese festivals, local food, stories about early migrants from China, and values cherished by the Chinese community. Each picture book contains a lesson plan for preschool and primary school students and hopes to inspire the younger generation to take an interest in our distinctive local culture.

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 Go Makan
Go Makan
 Grandma’s Hand Is Injured
Grandma’s Hand Is Injured
 The Magical Bak Kut Teh
The Magical Bak Kut Teh
 The Heaven God Loves Eating Sugar Cane
The Heaven God Loves Eating Sugar Cane
 Samsui Women
Samsui Women
 I Want A Cup Of Dinosaur
I Want A Cup Of Dinosaur
 Where Did They Come From
Where Did They Come From
 New Year, New Customs
New Year, New Customs
 Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival
Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival
 Let’s Lohei
Let’s Lohei

Guides for SINGAPO人

Guide for Educators

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Free Downloadable Educator Materials

In our SINGAPO人 exhibition, we will be exploring our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture through food, language and customs. To prepare educators for a self-guided visit to the exhibition, we have specially prepared a Guide for Educators for free download and use prior to your visit.

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Guides for Students

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The SINGAPO人 Hunt Little Explorer

What does it mean to be a Chinese Singaporean? Get your young ones started on this journey using this flip card to look for magical shadows and hunt for that chou chou pillow. Engage children ages 5 – 9 years old through the exhibition SINGAPO人 and hunt for these treasures to complete your mission as a little explorer!

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The Great SINGAPO人 Adventure

Find out what it means to be a Chinese Singaporean with this expert explorer’s booklet as you make your way around the exhibition SINGAPO人. Suitable for ages 10 and above, learn more about the daily life of a Chinese Singaporean as you search for clues on what they eat, speak and celebrate, and sketch your own interpretations.

Programmes at SCCC

Young or old, there’s always something new for you to learn about our Singapore Chinese culture! Check out the array of programmes available at our SINGAPO人 exhibition, and embark on your journey of discovery today!

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For Schools

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For Educators

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For General Public

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