Language and Life Sciences Program

Did you know that the word nature in Latin means nature? Nature is actually the reality that surrounds us, it is defined as the entire inorganic and organic material world, undergoing constant changes as a result of physical, chemical or biological phenomena and processes taking place within it, as well as the constant flow of energy and circulation of matter between its components, excluding influence and products of human activity.

Maybe the definition does not sound very clear, but nature is the environment in which we function and we are part of it. That is why it is worth discovering it, getting to know this extraordinary world of flora, fungi and animals. However, what is probably the most important thing is, first of all, it is worth learning about its protection. We must remember about the sustainable use and renewal of resources, creations and components of nature.

Nature works hard for us every day and has a direct impact on the quality of our lives. Its job is to protect us and sustain this life. Nowadays, unfortunately, it is underestimated by man who does not pay his long time to nature, which plays a key role in providing clean air, clean drinking water, clothing, food and raw materials for building houses. Other benefits, such as climate change mitigation, are less known.

Our Academy wants to be part of this community that cares for the good of the surrounding nature, which is why we have created the "Language and Nature" curriculum.

Learning by experiencing and getting to know the world around us is one of the simplest and the most effective methods of teaching children. Empirical cognition stimulates all the senses and allows us to learn about the cause and effect sequences occurring in nature. We decided to combine an experimental approach to discovering the world with the practical learning of a foreign language.

As part of the program, we combine elements of natural sciences (chemistry, physics, biology, geography) and learning a foreign language, all in order to develop knowledge in other areas in addition to language learning.

When teaching, we apply the theory of Maria Montessori because we also believe that each child is different and should develop according to the individual development plans he has created. These plans include his abilities, competences and skills, enabling him to learn independently and more effectively.

We conduct safe experiments thanks to which we learn the basic laws of nature, using test tubes, dishes, measuring cups, beakers, flasks, stimulating boards and many, many other interesting accessories.

During the classes, we sensitize children to ecology and caring for nature, because nowadays environmental protection is the highest priority. Thus, we build a sense of responsibility for the surrounding nature, and we also develop logical thinking skills.

We also practice field orientation or goal orientation, we support development on many levels.

Naturally we invite you https://languageofchange.pl/2020/09/jezyk-i-nauki-przyrodnicze/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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