Learn Chinese Faster with Dudu
Outstanding outcome of Dudu active readers after 12 months
Each level corresponds with 1 year of learning MOE Chinese Language
Average 47.3 books read per student
Minimum 12 books read per student
The Dudu Framework
There are 13 levels of difficulty (Levels 0-12) for Dudu’s eBooks. Each level corresponds to one year’s experience of learning Chinese as a Second Language under the Ministry of Education Singapore curriculum. For example, Level 4 corresponds to a Primary 2 Chinese as a Second Language student.
The Placement Test is adaptive, and determines reading ability through a series of short tests.
The placement test consists of two steps – 1. Students have to fill in a short profile about themselves, and 2. Students have to complete a short 15-20 min reading comprehension test comprising 3-5 reading passages.
There are hundreds of Chinese Story eBooks available on Dudu, categorised based on their level of difficulty! The eBooks cover a range of genres, from history to science. Each eBook is beautifully illustrated and animated, encouraging interactive learning.
Quizzes and Games
Quizzes and Games
Each eBook comes with quizzes and games to encourage interactive learning! Games are also available for students to play, which reinforces learning. The quizzes cover a range of question types, from inferences, to foundational language questions such as vocabulary, and pronunciation.
With a rewards system that allows students to earn prizes for each quiz that they have excelled in, learning becomes more fun! Each eBook comes with a different quiz and prize, so aim to collect all the different prizes now!
Students can build their own vocabulary lists by saving interesting words that they have come across while reading. Words saved can be viewed at a glance, and students can discover explanations, descriptions, and examples of how the words can be used in a sentence.
Students can find out where they stand in comparison with their classmates using the scoreboard! They can see how many eBooks their friends have read, as well as see how their quiz scores fare against their fellow classmates.
Students can view a breakdown of the various types of questions attempted during the placement test, so the student is able to find out which types of questions he/she is stronger in. Students can track their reading progress based on the eBooks that they have read and the quizzes that they have taken.