The end of last year at the foreign students training centre seemed to be full of bright events. Training and leisure activities for young people were interestingly organized by teachers and group curators. Thus, teacher Larisa Seraya conducted an open lesson in groups 8 and 1. Two teams competed in the quest-like format, the intellectual agility of which was assessed by a competent jury - the head of the CPIG, associate professor Larisa Vasetskaya, deputy Lydia Haiduk and teacher Irina Novikova.
The quest was held in four rounds, each with interesting tasks. Foreign listeners demonstrated good knowledge of Ukrainian language: grammar, vocabulary, as well as Ukrainian culture and traditions. They confirmed the high level of preparation and gave correct answers to all questions. The lesson was held in a friendly atmosphere, the teams worked harmoniously and everyone was pleased with the results. At the end of the lesson, both teams received certificates.
Larisa Ivanovna also held a master class for foreigners on creating quests on winter holidays. Foreign youth developed puzzles and problem tasks for their classmates in the form of games. The master class helped the students to develop their creative and intellectual abilities, added new knowledge about the traditions of New Year celebrations in different countries, in particular, in Ukraine. The acting of the students as Santa Claus and Snow Maiden was interesting. Such lessons help foreigners effectively master and understand the Ukrainian language, culture and traditions of the country where they study.
Senior teachers of the CPIG Julia Cherna and Julia Grin interested young people in making Christmas tree decorations. Foreigners were inspired to create fantasy embroideries from paper, which decorated the study rooms well. New products, which with interest is supported by foreign youth, teachers continue to use in educational work.
Traditionally, a large festive concert summed up last year at the foreign students training centre. Foreign listeners and their curators gathered in the brightly decorated hall. There was music and songs in Arabic, Italian, Spanish and Ukrainian. Positive and gifts were enough for everyone!