"My roots in Lithuania"
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Lithuanian studio "Jūra" is proud to present a FREE training program for children living in the United Kingdom "My Roots in Lithuania" . The program for children ages 4 to 18 will focus on the search for cultural identity. The number of participants is limited, so we invite everyone who wants to register. The training, which lasts 12 weeks, will take place in formed groups according to the children's age and language skills.
The program consists of:
1) 3 - 6 m. age friendship "Friendship Club". Children will communicate in Lithuanian remotely, get acquainted with Lithuania creatively, play games, sing, draw and have a great time.
2) “Reading Primary School Club” for 7-18 year olds. for children who cannot read Lithuanian. According to the age of the children, groups will be formed in which the children will learn to read in Lithuanian. Classes will be held twice a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays, with one session lasting 45 minutes. Scheduled start of classes. 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. UK time.
3) “Evening with a book” is a reading program for those who are already able to read in Lithuanian. Children will be divided into groups of readers according to age, they will read interesting and fun stories, books and articles with the teacher. During the 40 - minute meeting, children and young people will improve their reading skills, analyze texts and discuss. Reading classes will take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. UK time.
4) Speaking club “Speak better”, designed to develop Lithuanian language skills. Its participants are 6 - 16 years old. age children. In 40 min. children will have the opportunity not only to enrich the vocabulary, but also to acquire language practice in communicating in Lithuanian. Classes are scheduled on different days.
5) “National Knowledge Club” is intended for children and youth from 6 to 20 years of age who want to get to know the history, traditions and ethnic culture of Lithuania. Classes will be held once a week for age-appropriate groups of children.