A smile is one of the first signs of joy expressed by a baby. It is a common reaction to situations when a child feels happy. Smiles are attributed to endorphin, the hormone released when laughing, which boosts self-confidence and produces a good mood. That is why when a child is motivated by laughter, they learn new skills more eagerly.
By introducing comic elements in class, not only do we accelerate foreign language learning, but we also shape our learners' sense of humour.
In a cheerful environment, it is easier to create a friendly atmosphere among children and better motivation for work.
Humour makes every class more diversified and attractive. We introduce it in various ways: nonsense rhymes, funny stories, zany sound effects or funny graphics. Thanks to these methods, children get more active and show more courage to talk.