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Адреса

м. Кам'янець-Подільський

вул. І. Огієнка, 61, каб. 305

 

 

Timetable

Pol1. A1

Н. Стахнюк

Вівторок

П’ятниця

15.00

313 ауд.

Ang1. A1

N.Slipachuk

Tuesday

 Thursday

5 p.m.

room 302

Ang1. A2

T. Storchova

Monday

Thursday

5.30 p.m.

room 313

Ang1. A2+

O. Mahdii

Monday

Thursday

5.30 p.m.

room 316

Ang1. B1

D. Bodnarchuk

Tuesday

Thursday

5.30 p.m.

room 317

Ang1. B2

K. Tymchuk

Wednesday

Friday

5 p.m.

room 317

Problem solving learning 

Problem solving learning is indispensable if we want our learners not only to have essential knowledge but also to have the skills to acquire knowledge incessantly. It means:
✅ avoidance of giving ready-made answers in the process of presentation of new grammar and vocabulary, involvement of students in the formulation of grammatical rules and elicitation of vocabulary meanings from the given examples,
✅ ability of students to overcome independently the language problems arising in the process of communication,
✅ discussing / solving non-professional, everyday life problems through communication in the foreign language,
✅ discussion of texts dealing with problems,
✅ discussing / solving professional problems through
communication in the foreign language.

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Friday, December 14, 2018 10:14:00 AM

Group discussion skills 

Developing group discussion skills is useful for everyday life as we regularly find ourselves having discussions amongst friends, family and colleagues. Discussion provides: 
✅ clear objectives; 
✅ problem solving activities; 
✅ a good classroom atmosphere;
✅ natural learning process 
✅ uncontrolled materials; 
✅ indirect corrections; 
✅ interaction with partners or group members.

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Thursday, December 13, 2018 3:10:00 PM

Running dictation 

Running dictation 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️ is a lively activity which encourages teamwork/pairwork, problem solving and memorising strategies.RD:
✅ get student moving
✅ review a story or information
✅ create pictures for more activities
✅ allow for friendly competition
✅ involve all students

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Friday, December 7, 2018 11:35:00 AM

Learning new vocabulary with flashcards 

Learning new vocabulary with flashcards is a great activity that minimizes teachers talking time and put the spotlight on the students. By introducing vocabulary items with a cards you’ll provide your students with a way to practice English among themselves and try out their newly-learned words.

 

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Friday, December 7, 2018 11:14:00 AM

Good warm-up activity 

Having a good warm-up activity is important to an English class, as it sets the student up for success on many different levels. Warm Ups:
✅set the tone of the lesson;
✅get students to begin thinking and focusing on English;
✅provide a transition into the topic;
✅allow the teacher important opportunities to assess character and ability.

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Friday, November 23, 2018 3:39:00 PM

Польська мова рівня А1 

Незабаром відбудеться перше заняття з польської мови рівня А1 з надзвичайно талановитою та творчою наставницею Наталією Стахнюк, яка на своїх заняттях використовує прийом повного «занурення» учасників групи у мову – ‘Polski po polsku – zasada skutecznej nauki języka’.

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Tuesday, November 6, 2018 3:04:00 PM

Can You Solve The Murder Mystery? 

Our students of Upper-intermediate level had a chance to be detectives, sleuths and private investigators and to do their best to solve the murder case.The have developed an eye for details, honed their logic skills and applied Holmesian deductions.

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Tuesday, November 6, 2018 11:06:00 AM

IT'S HALLOWEEN! 

October 31 is Halloween and is now celebrated in many countries around the world, but do you know anything about the origins of this scary special day?

The origins of Halloween

If you think of Halloween, you probably think of scary carved pumpkins, all kinds of fancy dress and children asking for sweets. And if you think of a country that celebrates Halloween, you probably think of the United States first. Americans and Canadians have adopted Halloween in a big way, but Halloween traditions actually come from 16th-century Ireland, Scotland and England.

The tradition of Halloween on 31 October comes from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. Samhain was the Celtic New Year and they celebrated it on 1 November because that was the end of summer and harvest time (life) and the beginning of winter (death). It was also the time for ghosts to return to earth for a day. People lit a big fire, wore special clothes made of animal skin and hoped to be safe from the ghosts and the winter. In AD 609, the Catholic Church put the Christian celebration of All Saints Day on 1 November. In AD 1000, the church added All Souls Day on 2 November, and All Hallows Eve – or Halloween – moved to the night of the 31st.

Pumpkins

The Celts carved faces into vegetables like turnips, potatoes and squash (a pumpkin is a kind of squash) to scare the ghosts and other spirits and make them go away. It was sometimes called a jack-o’-lantern because of an Irish story about a man, Jack. He played a trick on the devil and then had to walk the earth for all time as a punishment. Irish people who came to live in the United States in the 1800s found pumpkins much easier to carve, and the tradition became the one we see today.   

Fancy dress

The Celts were afraid of the ghosts that came on Samhain. If they went outside after dark, they covered their faces with masks. They hoped any ghosts they met would think they were ghosts too and would leave them alone. In early America, the Native Americans and the first Europeans celebrated the end of the harvest, but not Halloween. When Irish people arrived, the harvest festival started to look more like Halloween and it became popular across the country. In the late 19th century, people tried to make Halloween less about ghosts and religion and more about celebrating the season with a party for neighbours and family. That’s why Americans today wear all kinds of Halloween costumes and not just scary things like witches and ghosts like in other countries.

Trick or treat

This is another tradition that began in Europe, this time in England. When the church introduced All Souls Day, rich people gave poor people ‘soul cakes’, a small cake made with spices and raisins. It replaced the Celtic tradition of leaving food outside houses for the ghosts. ‘Going a-souling’ was popular in England for hundreds of years until about the 1930s. The Americans kept the tradition, but today children knock on people’s doors and ask for sweets. Going trick or treating is so popular that a quarter of the sweets for the year in the United States are sold for this one day.

The rest of the world

Halloween has become the United States’ second-biggest commercial festival after Christmas. Halloween is also celebrated in other countries, but it’s not as big as in the United States, even in the countries where the traditions began. Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead from 31 October to 2 November and some of its traditions, like giving gifts of sugar skulls, are starting to mix with Halloween. In this way, the celebration of Halloween continues to change as new traditions join the oldest of the Celtic ones.

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Wednesday, October 31, 2018 11:26:00 AM

Working in pairs and groups 

The advantages of pair work and small group work:
✅Gives learners more speaking time
✅Changes the pace of the lesson
✅Takes the spotlight off teacher and puts it onto the learners
✅Allows learners to mix with everyone in the group
✅Gives learners a sense of achievement when reaching a team goal
✅Teaches learners how to lead and be led by someone other than the teacher
✅Allows teacher to monitor, move around the class and really listen to the language learners are producing

Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Tuesday, October 30, 2018 12:44:00 PM

ПІДГОТОВКА ДО СКЛАДАННЯ МІЖНАРОДНОГО ІСПИТУ З АНГЛІЙСЬКОЇ МОВИ РІВНЯ В2 (Upper Intermediate) 

    

Лінгвістичний центр оголошує набір на курси з підготовки до складання міжнародного іспиту з англійської мови рівня В2 (Upper Intermediate).

  Екзамен B2 First (FCE) підтверджує володіння англійською мовою на рівні В2 (Upper Intermediate) відповідно до Загальноєвропейської рекомендації з мовної освіти.

  Сертифікат стане у нагоді викладачам при присвоєнні вчених звань (звання доцента та професора); науково-педагогічним працівникам, які мають намір забезпечувати провадження освітньої діяльності іншою, крім української, мовою; студентам та випускникам ЗВО, що планують навчатися за кордоном чи працювати в міжнародних компаніях як в Україні так і за її межами.

   ПЕРЕВАГИ B2 First:

- Oтримання міжнародного сертифікату, який не має терміну дії;

- Визнання сертифіката більш ніж 20 тисячами міжнародних організацій в понад 135 країнах світу (міжнародні компанії, вищі навчальні заклади, посольства, міністерства, державні установи);

- Сертифікат надає можливість брати участь у міжнародних грантових та інших програмах.

  ПІДГОТОВЧИЙ КУРС поділяється на 2 типа:

- підготовчий курс до здачі екзамену для тих, хто володіє англійською мовою на рівні В2 (General English) - 35 занять / 70 год.

- підготовчий курс до рівня В2 (Upper Intermediate) + підготовчий курс до здачі екзамену - 65 занять / 130 год.

  Підготовчий курс проходитиме на онлайн-платформі з викладачем з Кембриджу. Усі заняття будуть записуватися у відео форматі, тому є можливість переглянути необхідні матеріали.

 Щоб записатися на курс та отримати більш детальну інформацію звертайтеся за адресою:

м. Кам'янець-Подільський вул. І. Огієнка, 61, каб. 305.

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Posted by Diana Bodnarchuk Friday, October 26, 2018 11:36:00 AM
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