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AFCC 2018 | Bringing Up Bilingual, Biliterate and Bicultural Children

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Bringing Up Bilingual, Biliterate and Bicultural Children
By Woo Yen Yen

For: Parents and Educators

Combining elements of a sharing session and interactive forum, this workshop prepares parents and teachers to seize the opportunities of bringing up bilingual, biliterate and bicultural children. Education professor, writer and parent Dr. Woo Yen Yen leads this discussion, first sharing observations from her time in Singapore, Taiwan and New York. She will then invite participants to share their own practices, launching a dialogue offering many takeaways for attendees.

This session will be conducted in Mandarin.

This event is a AFCC 2018 public programme.

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About the Speaker:

WOO YEN YEN

Woo Yen Yen is a professor specialising in curriculum development and multimedia production. With husband Colin Goh, she created Dim Sum Warriors, a critically-acclaimed bilingual comic and app series which was adapted into a musical that played in Shanghai and 25 major Chinese cities. They also founded the satirical website TalkingCock.com and made the multiple award-winning movie Singapore Dreaming.

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About the Asian Festival of Children's Content

The Asian Festival of Children's Content (AFCC) is a one-of-a-kind festival that aims to promote and celebrate the creation, development, and appreciation of quality Asian content for children. The Singapore Book Council has been organising the Asian Children's Writers and Illustrators Conference since 2000.

Leveraging on the success of this conference. it has since expanded to become a premier regional event that brings together esteemed local and international talents including writers, illustrators, editors, publishers, distributors, as well as parents and children.

Now in its 9th year running, the SBC is committed to expanding AFCC to boost its capacity, outreach and overall impact. At its maximum potential, AFCC can influence and impact the educational growth and development of approximately two billion children in Asia.

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Fri Sep 7, 2018
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM SGT
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Venue
Multipurpose Room, B1, National Library Building
Tickets
General Admission FULL
Venue Address
100 Victoria St, Singapore 188064 Singapore
Organizer
Singapore Book Council
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