Level Young Reading Club (LYRC)
Which age group is this course for?
This is for the age group of 3 -7 years.
Why is this course important?
Many a times have we spent days in a dilemma. Where did we go wrong?
We’ve been educated from good English Medium schools, we have successfully completed our education curriculum of English language subjects, yet somehow even today we find ourselves faltering at speaking English effortlessly and with grace.
In the modern world, with a lot of fluent English speaking audiences all around us, we find ourselves too under-confident to communicate as we’re afraid we may never be able to match up to their standards.
But the greater question in our minds is, what if our children, while growing up, face the exact same situation? What then?
Which is why LnG has started the LYRC (Level Young Reading Club) for its little ones in the age group of 3 to 7 years to form a concrete base of the English language, making it easier for them to communicate well in the near future.
Who should be doing this?
Any and every child from the ages of 3 to 7 years.
A child at the age of 3 a child is mostly a blank slate. We could fill it the way we want to and he/she would imbibe that into his/her system. A lot of schools these days tend to fill this slate incorrectly or fail to put in as much effort. The issue here is, the English language is the basis of all our official communication and the basis of an English Medium School’s curriculum. In most modern societies like ours these days, it is also the primary channel of conversations. Therefore, it remains essential that the child is fully groomed in that particular aspect, so he/she could imbibe in himself/herself a positive learning atmosphere in the days to come.
What are our methods?
What we do is we create an English Learning atmosphere. Our sessions will not enforce the English language upon a child. They will not push him/her to mug vocabulary words up. We only provide an English Speaking atmosphere around the child that makes the child imbibe English Learning skills in himself/herself automatically.
And we’ll do that by the tools in our sessions like:
- Story-Telling: Our story-telling sessions will have a dual effect on a child’s language skills. It will not only develop and furnish the ground for the English language inside the child but will also give him the flare to communicate and speak-out without fear. Also, step-by-step, it would inculcate creative values inside the child making him more creatively and emotionally profound.
- Ex-Tempore: Ex-tempore or on-the-spot speeches in a child work tremendously well to boost their confidence in day-to-day English speaking habits. It provides them a strong foundation for thinking in the English language and then applying it in their daily communicative speeches.
- Creative Writing: Creative writing of stories and poetry will help the child learn the language while enjoying the process of creativity at the same time. It helps them interact and share their emotions with the rest of the crowd and develops writing and comprehension skills as well.
- Dramatics: Drama and Role-Playing help a child grow with the help of positive attention for the people around them. It helps them use this attention and performance talents to help learn communication in the language effectively.
All these sessions do not, in any way, enforce the language upon a child. They simply provide him room to communicate in the language unashamed and without fear.
What will the results be?
The result will be greater amount of confidence inside the child pertaining to the English Language. He/she would be able to communicate with vigor and flare and will have a concrete basis of the language. This basis could then further be brushed up in our Linguistics Course so as to develop the English Language skills even further.