The Saturday Program is designed for children who are unable to attend Russian language classes during the week. It is compiled out of three parts: the first two parts are dedicated to Russian language, grammar, and literature and the third part focuses on practicing the learned language skills during an engaging session of games and interaction.
At Rossinca Heritage School Russian language is taught using various means and methods, including our own. Each lesson is 45 minutes long and includes studying the rules and norms of the Russian language (grammar and spelling), penmanship, development of active and passive vocabulary, speech etiquette, learning and understanding idioms and proverbs.
The "Readers' Club" block (45 minutes) and is aimed at developing children's reading skills, helping them experience the world of books, analyze the plot, and to distinguish language nuances of every genre. The students will be studying different genres of literature. The main principles involved in the selection of literary works are availability, variety and the students' interests. Extracurricular reading is an important part of the course.
The last block, called the thematic block, varies from week to week: culinary art, art studio, engaging physics, chemistry, biology, information systems, etc. Each lesson has both an informative-educational and an applied component (an activity).
The Saturday program lasts 3 hours 45 minutes and includes breaks. The cost of the program is based on 4 Saturdays per month. We offer the children a light snack.
The Saturday program is intended to provide children with homework that will take a child and his/her parents about 1 1/2 hours to complete, as well as some additional reading.
Age: children 5 and older
A comprehensive program
Interaction with peers
Highly professional teachers
Expands the child's worldview
Helps develop speaking skills
Basic Level (5-6 years): Saturday 11:00 am - 12:45 am