Russian for Kids programme at Langma School of Languages is designed for children (8 – 13 age groups) to ensure that students acquire appropriate literacy and spoken Russian skills. Langma School of Languages’ programme content of learning is linked directly to practical usage, which helps children to fulfil educational potential. A spoken Russian environment is encouraged in the classroom where communication in Russian is of paramount importance, freedom of expression, and group studies will be developed as integral to the learning outcomes.
Russian for Kids programme runs every year for children of different ages. These classes are conducted in a relaxed friendly atmosphere so as to make sure that even the youngest of our students are always happy and curious about Russian language. Our experienced teacher uses the very latest methods and techniques in teaching the Russian language to all children of different ages and levels. Teachers also use a wide range of different visual aids and books to make the classes interesting and fun. Children can learn the Russian language on one to one basis or in small groups at our school. All teaching levels are available. We can create an individual plan for whatever is the agreed appropriate level for the student.
Group discussion, conversation, and the opportunity to interact with teachers and professionals of national and international repute are interwoven with theory modules to provide a balanced and usable learning experience. Audio visual aids are utilised for assistance and ongoing learning in areas of pronunciation and accent bringing variety and interest to the classroom environment. Extracurricular practices are encouraged and it is envisaged that spoken Russian skills are taken beyond the formal teaching environment and into the children’s daily lives. At Langma School of Languages, grammar is considered in the training only in spoken terms, there will be no formal grammar lessons, rather we promote and encourage free expression and learning from experience, context, and situational norms.
Langma School of Languages’ experience made the learning effective, interactive, and participatory. At Langma School of Languages, skills are learned by doing, which are not learned by only listening to lectures or tapes or by reading books and magazines. A basic structure is created by imparting an overall knowledge of the topic followed by practical exercises and interactive practice sessions. Langma School of Languages’ expertise in education and its ongoing revolutionary changes are brought into play with specific topics and practice sessions are designed exclusively for children. These topics cover a range of relevant and fun based areas deemed to be of the greatest value and interest to the participants. The aims being to significantly enhancing the knowledge of Russian language and provide practical enjoyable and effective methods of teaching Russian to augment the established methods already in place. Langma School of Languages’ programme offer opportunities to students to listen to Russian conversation, and to be to respond in Russian, as well as acquire basic reading and writing skills. Langma School of Languages provides instructional and supplementary learning materials in Russian, which are relevant to the context, and appropriate to the backgrounds and interests of mainstream school students.
|Duration || (2 hours/session)|
|Class timings||IST (International Standard Timings)|
|Class size||Maximum 10 students|
|Age||8 – 13 years|
- Langma School of Languages’ programme considers grammar only in spoken terms, there will be no formal grammar lessons, rather we promote and encourage free expression and learning from experience, context, and situational norms.
- Langma School of Languages’ experience has taught us that to be effective, training must be interactive. Skills are learned by doing, they are not learned by only listening to lectures or tapes or by reading books and magazines.
- Our sessions are based on giving opportunities for students to listen to spoken Russian, and to be able to respond in Russian, as well as acquire pronunciation and formal language skills.