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  • Writer's pictureOksana du Luxembourg

The second visit of Elena Ageeva to the Kalinka school

On June 18, for the second time in the current academic year, our school was visited by Elena Ageeva - Ph.D. Think. I’m talking”, which our little students are engaged in.

In Kalinka, Elena Borisovna held two full lessons in the alphabet category (Korolka and Zyabliki groups), consultations for parents and a seminar for teachers "Sound-syllabic word structure and bilingualism."

Victoria Kurmyshenkova, teacher:

“The open lesson “What is delicious” for six-year-olds was very successful and dynamic. The children were interested, actively participated in the lesson and discussed preferences and tastes. All tasks were completed in the group: reading the text, discussing, doing exercises, highlighting the main topic of the lesson. The communication of the guys with Elena Borisovna was cheerful and relaxed. ”

Svetlana Ananyeva, teacher:

“The topic of the seminar is very relevant for us, teachers of the alphabet category. Elena Borisovna reminded us that it is very important to understand the system of building words, the volume of material presented, the peculiarities of its perception by the child, it is important to adhere to the principle from simple to difficult reading in learning. Examples from practice were given, which clearly gave an idea of ​​the specific mistakes encountered when working with bilingual children in teaching reading.”

Elena Belash, teacher:

“In the theoretical part of the seminar, Elena Borisovna spoke about the sound-syllabic structure of speech and 14 classes of words, which A.K. Markov. Elena Borisovna gave examples and materials that allow you to smoothly introduce new words into the child's speech, making this process organic and natural. The acquired knowledge and material can be easily incorporated into the educational process and applied in practice.”

Anastasia Goldwasser, teacher, curator of the alphabetical category of students:

“The texts in Elena Ageeva's manuals play an extremely important role. They develop the creative side of the child, they interest him, teach him to think, unobtrusively lay down universal values, help to understand the variety of emotions and actions. However, these are texts that we read and analyze in the classroom. For repetition or additional reading, teachers themselves select texts. On what basis should they be selected? At the seminar, Elena Borisovna answered this question and told how to choose the right vocabulary and texts for repetition, memorization and reading, based on the physiology of the child. The specialist shared how to avoid speech difficulties in our bilinguals and multilinguals.



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