Advice 1: What is individual learning

Individual training is a learning process similar to learning in the regular day school. The main difference lies in the fact that the student engaged in one-on-one with a teacher that gives you the opportunity to build a schedule of classes so ka
to comfortably.
What is individual learning
This form of training is ideal for those children who do not have the opportunity to attend school on a stable schedule because of poor health or of regular sports competitions and associated travel. Individual training can be conducted at home (with a doctor's certificate confirming health problems), and in school, and in special centers. The individual learning process is the following: for the child schedule classes with consideration of the capabilities of the student and the wishes of his parents. The schedule of lessons is flexible, it can be adjusted throughout the school year. The rate of passage of material depends on the abilities of the child, but usually it is higher than group sessions. This can be an explanation – student, being alone with the teacher, fully immersed in the learning process, do not hesitate to ask questions if something is not clear, and not distracted by socializing with classmates. We should not think that individual training is designed for "difficult" children. This is not so. There are situations, when the child due to certain circumstances can not do in school. He has to constantly "catch up" peers. In the centers of individual learning and in the learning process at home, the student can acquire knowledge to the same extent as other children, and even more studying in the plan. These children pass the state exams for ninth and eleventh grade along with their peers in a sparing mode and receive a regular high school diploma. This applies to ordinary secondary schools. In the framework of the program individual training at the centres, everyone can pass courses of a foreign language, mastering them for the shortest period – from one to three months, students can improve their knowledge in any discipline (mathematics, history). The advantages of individual learning are flexible regulation of the pace of learning (you can pause and resume studies if necessary), receive individual consultations of experts and teachers of highest level of professionalism, absolute respect for the wishes of the student.

Advice 2: How to go for individual training

Today, Russian schoolchildren have the opportunity to receive education in different ways. In addition to traditional schooling, you can go to family education, external studies and individual training. If you believe in individual training your child will be able to learn better and to avoid many of the problems inherent in secondary school, you will need to obtain the consent of the school administration and health professionals.
How to go for individual training
Find out if the Charter school in which a child learns the paragraph on individual learning. The school has the right to refuse you if the bylaws have no such provision. It might make sense to transfer the child to another school.
Contact the city Department of education and explain your problem. In some cases, the Department requires the school to amend the Charter of the corresponding item.
Get help at the pediatrician in the district hospital on the direction of child for psychological-medical-pedagogical consultation (PMPC). If the child is registered in the clinic, the attending doctor must make a referral.
Get a medical report on the health of the child. Psychological-medical-pedagogical consultation identifies educational needs and opportunities of the child, starting from his psychological and physical condition at the moment. He will issue a statement on the need of individual instruction. Help this is not given for the entire period of study. Every year we have to undergo inspection again.
Write a statement about the transfer of the child on individual training to the Director of the school. The statement needs to be spelled out a list of subjects and number of hours per week allotted to each study. Subjects and number of hours are discussed with the school administration, from 8 to 12 hours a week in total for all items.
Contact the district education Committee, if you want to increase the academic burden on the child. Keep in mind that the extra hours you will pay for yourself.
Coordinate with teachers and school administration training schedule of the child. Teachers can come to the house, or the student may come to school and engage with the teacher individually, in different classes with class time.
See order on appointment of teachers and periodicity of certification of the child during the school year, which must be signed by the Director. The student must be a log of progress. It records homework and put marks in each subject.

Advice 3: What is a white card and what rights and restrictions it gives

Military ID — military account of the document issued during the military service in the security forces. Types of military cards are divided into tickets, which provide for military service, and tickets, exempt fully or partially citizens from military service. White military ID issued to citizens unfit for service for health reasons.
What is a white card and what rights and restrictions it gives
The very phrase "white ticket" — a colloquial slang, as it has a red color as a regular document.

Getting white ticket

To assign white military card need to undergo a specialized medical examination of doctors and specially convened military Commission, which documented the health status of non-military service.

Category white ticket

We are talking about division into a number of categories of validity:

The recruits who are partially fit for military service who are exempted from military service and are enrolled in the reverse (stock). In peacetime, not subject to appeal.

Category "G" — recruits who are not subject to military service for health reasons temporarily. Recruits in this category receive a delay from service in army, which in turn depends on the severity of the disease and can range from 6 to 12 months.

This category is assigned after the acute chronic diseases, traumas, surgical interventions and dysfunction of musculoskeletal system.

"D" — recruits who do not are subject to military training and are fully exempt from the military service. Category "D" is assigned in diseases such as tuberculosis, severe, HIV, syphilis, harmful tumor growths, severe diabetes mellitus, schizophrenia, epilepsy, Donatism or mental insufficiency, when significant variances functionality of visual and hearing AIDS, bronchial asthma, ulcer of the gastrointestinal tract, developmental defects or in the absence of upper or lower extremities, lack of vital organs, as well as other severe diseases.

To receive a white ticket can count, HIV-infected, drug addicts.

Disadvantages white ticket

- prohibition of re-employment to positions that relate to public service;
- exclusion of the possibility of obtaining a driver's license (in the case where a white card issued on the grounds of mental illness);
- exclusion of the possibility of obtaining official permission to own weapons (in the case where a white card issued on the grounds of mental illness).

White military ticket is for a lifetime, as the category of validity prescribed it cannot be changed.

Advice 4: Where to start learning Georgian language

Any foreign language you can learn. Especially if the person is intimately familiar with the culture of the country it resides in and hears foreign voices. However, the teaching of Georgian to start with learning the alphabet.
Georgian letter hard to remember
It is believed that a person is able to learn any foreign language, even if it is very complicated. The main thing is to approach learning and to consider some of the nuances. To learn the Georgian language, you must first memorize the alphabet. Do it best on the ABC called "Deda ena", that is, native language.
In principle, you can contact the tutor or the teacher of the Georgian language, but the Internet is ample literature on this subject, therefore learn the alphabet you can own. If it is difficult to find the Georgian alphabet, you can simply download alphabet transcription, which shows how to pronounce the letters.

Where to start learning?

As mentioned earlier, you should first learn the letters, but we must remember that the letters are not similar to Russian or Latin. As for writing and pronunciation. So first it will seem that the letters look the same, round and similar to each other. But this is not so. In addition, the Georgian alphabet has letters that are very similar to each other in pronunciation, but have completely different meanings. This is the letter "K", "CH" and "TS". If you pronounce these letters incorrectly, will change the meaning of the word, and the local Georgians are unlikely to understand its meaning.

For example, in the Georgian language is the word "Kari-door", but there is the word "Kari-wind". In the first case the letter "K" is pronounced with aspiration. Or here's another example: "Chiri-dried" and "Chiri – infection", the two differ in meaning and pronunciation of words, though only differ by one sound. In the second case, the letter "h" is pronounced firmly, but gently at first. If you understand these subtleties, to learn the Georgian alphabet and then the language will become much easier.

Therefore, even if start learning Georgian language in non-traditional way, for example, learning words or phrases, avoiding the alphabet, after some time it will become clear that further learning is impossible.

Some of the nuances of the Georgian language

Each letter in the Georgian language is written separately, no capital letters, every sentence is written in small. The letters are written directly without tilting. Moreover, there are no extra characters. The text is read as well as written, no differences.

In the Georgian language consists of 33 letters (5 vowels and 28 consonants and the rest), and if teaching 3 letters a day, learning the alphabet can be for 10 days. Then the person opens other possibilities: you'll be able to read and write in Georgian, slowly at first, but if you keep practicing, every day we get to be all better.

A lot of useful information you can find on the Internet where there are videos that show how to register the letter and how it is pronounced.
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