How are the lessons conducted?
Lessons for children of various ages involve a variety of tools, primarily combining communicative and traditional teaching methods. For the youngest children up to school age, the focus is on a playful process. The key during lessons is the alternation of active games with tasks involving the perception of language material. Teachers and children do not switch to their native language during lessons, presenting the material in a way easily understandable without translation. Each lesson typically revolves around a specific theme (home, colors, family, animals, counting, etc.), covering grammar structures, question-answer patterns, and speech construction. Teachers use a combination of games, demonstration materials, poems, and songs during lessons.