Magdalena Pluta

A certified Teacher

She graduated from the Faculty of Philology at the University of Wrocław and obtained a master's degree in Slavonic philology.

In the school year 2005/2006, she won the title "Teacher with class" awarded by the Center for Citizenship Education and "Gazeta Wyborcza". Since 1997, she has been working as a German language teacher, currently at Primary School No. 2. The teaching of the Russian language takes the form of games stimulating simple statements and activating the child's imitative abilities. During the classes, the teacher uses didactic means such as poems, nursery rhymes, guessings, didactic games, and physical games. Classes are held twice a week for 20 minutes in a group of the youngest children and 30 minutes in a group of older children.

Teaching the Russian language takes place in the form of fun stimulating simple statements and activating the child's imitative abilities.

During their duration, the teacher uses didactic means such as poems, nursery rhymes, guessing games, didactic games and physical games.