Learning is a never-ending process, because life never stops teaching us.
Immerse yourselves into the magical world of words in one of the most wonderful spaces in Belgrade. Here, you will:
There are three directions that we follow in language learning in Word World:
How do we do this? The point is to personalise the content of the course book, to make it relevant to the kids. The more emotionally engaged they get in a topic, the easier their brain will find it to get involved. And that is exactly what we want! An involved and engaged brain!
An interesting survey was carried out at the Faculty of Philosophy. 150 final year students from different faculties took part in the survey (age range 23-27). The question they were asked was:
What kind of lessons do you remember the longest?
Can you guess what the result was?
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
Another direction which we motivate our students to follow is acquiring a world-renowned certificate which demonstrates that they have reached an academic level of knowledge. This enables them to study abroad listening to lectures in that language. It also means that they will be able to follow current affairs around the world in their field of interest with no difficulties.
In English, these are Cambridge certificates FCE, CAE, CPE and IELTS
In German, these are certificates awarded by the GOETHE-Institut
In French, these are DELF and DALF certificates
These certificates make it possible for learners to have an official confirmation of their level of knowledge and of their practical language skills.
This means we are expanding our perspective and using our language skills to learn in other areas of life. We could call it “double learning”.
We learn how to learn, we practice memory techniques, we inspire kids to create their own symbols while learning.
We learn poetry, Maths, History, Biology, Geography. We sing songs, carry out experiments, we protect the environment and learn to be responsible from an early age. We pay special attention to writing as the most challenging language skill, since thoughts put into words and committed to paper can be of vital importance in life.