Innovation and creativity are two words heard frequently in education today.
A Visual Programming Language bring innovation and creativity to a classroom environment that's more motivational, interesting, diverse, fun,
collaborative, and intuitive.
Visual programming language has integrated the curriculum in which children broadly explore knowledge in various subjects in primary and secondary schools.
OUR LEARNING METHODS
Focus on input to understand the meaning of the utterances
During this stage, the student is normally silent while listening to new words and gaining an understanding of the language. So the first goal here is to help the students develop listening fluency.
Total physical response（TPR) is language teaching method developed by James Asher, which emphasize the importance of listening to language development, and do not require spoken output in the early stages of learning. So classroom activities consist of physical responses to commands given by the teacher.