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Reading natural language, in the form of fairy tales, nursery rhymes or stories, gets children used to the grammar, as well as new vocabulary. It’s a great way to build self-confidence in using English, from an early age.

Introducing reading lessons into the course encourages interaction with English in everyday life. That, in turn, results in an easier time learning. Reading stories builds creativity and imagination.

BOOKWORM CLUB

WHAT IS IT

Beyond just courses, GOOD DAY invites students to participate in the ‘Bookworm Club’. More than just a book club, it’s a place to broaden one’s horizons, encourage imagination and foster self-confidence. All while supporting the learning of English.

YOUNGER PUPILS

+ reading children stories in English,
+ getting to know rhymes, stories and fairy tales,
+ listening comprehension,
+ communication skills development;

OLDER STUDENTS

+ reading a wide range of texts, books and stories,
+ learning to interpret literary texts,
+ writing short stories,
+ fostering a critical point of view,
+ elements of literature;