What is Glottodidactics?
Learning to read and write through creative games in accordance with the method by Professor Bronisław Rocławski.
Glottodidactics, or "linguistic education", is a method that prepares very young children to learn to read and write. It allows for developing these skills through creative didactic games.
This method, extremely effective and appreciated by educators, is focused on an individual mode of teaching in accordance with the child's abilities. This is an idea that is close to us, completely consistent with the assumptions of the Dalton plan. In this method, the teacher follows the child and not the other way around.
During glottodidactic classes, each of the children uses their own special set of 150 blocks (the so-called glotto alphabet) with all the letters, numbers, punctuation and mathematical marks. Educators talk to children in a special way, dividing words into syllables. Thanks to this, children learn to associate specific sounds with marks (letters). An important task in this method is the development of speech organs and breathing exercises.