Queenie’s lessons are more popular in the virtual classroom than in the traditional one. Surprised? Chinese has long been considered the most difficult major language to learn, largely on account of the vast number and complexity of the characters. Students often complain that Chinese writing is difficult and tiring.
However, those that try it on the whiteboard in Queenie’s online classes find it highly interactive and engaging. Join this webinar to discover why this is, and unleash the great potential the whiteboard has to enhance your online classes.
Queenie Kawabe of QK Chinese has been teaching since 2006. Raised in a multilingual family, she is able to speak 5 languages. She currently teaches Mandarin, Cantonese, and, occasionally, English as a Foreign Language. She started teaching Chinese when she saw that there were very few good, native Chinese teachers in Australia, where she was living. Moreover, most of the textbooks were confusing and ineffective. She decided to address the problem by designing her own curriculum, teaching Chinese to English speakers in the way they wished to be taught. Within several years the demand for her lessons began increasing rapidly.
Language of instruction: English