ul. Tarnowskiego 6/1
Wednesday, August 8, 2018, 7:00 PM
Great fun, fairy tales, games, singing, art classes. Does it sound like learning? And yet in this way we will familiarize ourselves with the most difficult language in the world – Chinese. Your child, like Marco Polo, will become the discoverer of the Far East. We will use different types of art therapy, horti therapy and music therapy techniques. We will acquire skill in Chinese knots, zhézhǐ and Japanese origami, among others. We'll see how the tea ceremony in China differs from that of Japanese. We will learn how to read and write Chinese characters, how to grow your own bonsai tree (pénzāi), how to arrange ikebana. We will play wéiqí and Chinese chess.
Teacher: Joanna Bzdyl
MA in Slavic Philology, MA in Far and Near Eastern Cultural Studies UJ. Founder of Chinese Culture and Language Workshop "Panda" at the YMCA in Krakow. Co-organizer of the Festival of Gardens, held in the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University. A teacher and a translator of the Chinese language, an occupational therapist by profession, and botanic artist, she also has a diploma in florist art. She had a training in teaching children Chinese at the Confucius Institute in Cracow and training in teaching using the Berlitz method. She is the author of articles on the religion of the Far East which appeared in the periodicals of the Polish Academy of Sciences, she had also published a fairy tale for children. After staying in Taiwan for a year, she is fascinated by Asian culture, especially botanical art. In the pedagogical approach, she follows the philosophy of Thomas Gordon and Janusz Korczak.
Qīngsōng de Hànyǔ – Relaxed Chinese Learning
Age: 4-10 years