Over the past 8 weeks, Year 3 students have been passionate about improving their knowledge in all areas of the English language. First of all, they learned to identify and use such parts of speech as adjectives, nouns, adverbs, verbs, pronouns and conjunctions. Children learned the poetic forms, as well as poetic techniques that can be used to create them. Pupils examined the structure of visual poetry and haiku poems. Also in practice, they applied their knowledge of adjectives to create independent samples of descriptive text. Listening to music, children learned to use their imagination and emotional attitude to create descriptive compositions. They examined the structure of the narrative text and how to apply this knowledge to fully reproduce their own story.
To improve reading skills, students worked diligently using the Oxford publishing series, which was appropriate for their level. They were able to demonstrate progress in reading comprehension through the use of an individual reader's diary, where they noted what exactly they had read. Later they had the opportunity to share their results with classmates. The students demonstrated in practice the ability to work in a team, discussing their ideas in a group in class, inventing their stories, describing the characters and the place of action.
In mathematics classes, children were repeating the basics, then they learned various strategies, applying them in solving examples and problems. Pupils looked at the "number digits" and how the term is used in different areas of mathematics. Also, on the basis of the knowledge gained, they learned to compose their own tasks and games using mathematical concepts obtained in the process of learning, after which they were able to share their successes with their friends.
Children spent this memorable quarter, learning new horizons of knowledge and with practising their skills in all areas of education.
It turns out that London has not always been the capital of England. Oxford held this title during the Civil War between 1642 and 1646!
Cambridge Summer School is a very interesting and exciting summer filled with adventures.
In the run-up to the Great Victory Day celebrations, students of Years 7, 8 and 9 visited the Military-Patriotic Park of Culture and Recreation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation called ‘Patriot’ Park.
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is an adventure book published in 1844. In this book, Edmund Dantes is a good sailor who is getting promoted to a sea captain. Unfortunately, some of his enemies plot against him.
During the Trips Week, students visited many museums and learned a lot of interesting things.
What is the best way to open new horizons and showcase what you’ve got? Taking part in a talent show!
Over the centuries peace has come to represent many things: for the religiously minded, inner peace is attained through a deeper connection with, and understanding of, God.
June 15 from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm we ll be looking forward to see you at our Open Breakfast in the cottage residence "Berezki", during which we will organize new campus tours, entertainment for kids and presentation of the academic staff.