The love for the written and spoken word is not surprising in a person focused on the exact sciences. Victoria’s class teacher is Russian language and literature teacher, a teacher with 18 years of experience, Natalya Viktorovna Kalashnikova.
“It is very interesting in literature classes with my physicists and mathematicians,” says Natalya Viktorovna, anticipating my question about a possible “physical-lyrical” conflict with the students: “They have non-standard thinking.”
In her lessons, as an experienced moderator, she quickly provides students with new data to discuss.
Natalya Kalashnikova is sure that all parents’ worries about the younger generation not reading are exaggerated: “try to read books at home too: today, tomorrow, every day, and at some point your child will definitely join you with a book in His hand.”
And while we were talking to Natalya Viktorovna, the curious sixth graders were already looking through the half-open office door. During the literature lesson, they had to “separate” the epics and their heroes, in which the dreams of the people of a defender of his native land were embodied.
Valeria Loskutova, 16 years old:
winner of the remote stage of the “Teacher’s School League” competition; winner of the “Essay Championship” contest prize; The research work “Synthesis of cadmium sulfide quantum dots in aqueous solution and study of their properties” was carried out; participation in regional and all-Russian forums (Tavrida art); Since the 10th grade, he has been a mentor for younger schoolchildren, helping them prepare for the Unified State Exam.