Nurturing Language Development

Teachers can help sustain natural language development by providing environments full of language development opportunities.

Here at GOTs we understand that every child’s language or dialect is worthy of respect as a valid system for communication. It reflects the identities, values, and experiences of the child’s family and community. We encourage interaction among children. Peer learning is an important part of language development, especially in mixed-age groups. Activities involving a wide range of materials should promote talk. There should be a balance between individual activities and those that nurture collaboration and discussion, such as dramatic play, block-building, book-sharing, and more. We encourage interaction as children come to understand written language. Children in the primary grades can keep developing oral abilities and skills by consulting with each other, raising questions, and providing information in varied situations. Every area of the curriculum is enhanced through language, so that classrooms full of active learners are hardly ever silent.

Here young minds are nurtured to learn how to collaborate, have compassion and give unconditional love even through language.

Mastery in English


Mastery in Mandarin


Mastery in Bahasa Malaysia