Logophilia Summer Workshops, 2018

What is the most important subject to study? Mathematics? Physics?

Subjects are written in Books. Books Are Written in English. English is made up of (1 million) Word. The study of words is called Vocabulary. Vocabulary is the only subject that is not taught in schools. Therefore, the most important subject is…? 😀


Come Study with Logophilia this Summer!

L ogophilia is the world’s only Etymology Education organisation. What does this mean? It means we can teach you vocabulary without making you memorise it. After studying through Etymology studies will come alive for you; you shall start seeing words everywhere! You will truly be able to figure what subjects you really like. You will never have doubts about spelling, meaning, & pronunciation again. For once, you will understand EVERYTHING that you read.

Vocabulary Programmes, Summer 2018
Fundamental Etymology ProgrammeRs. 2500 (Including GST)
Logophilia Latin Lessons Programme – Rs. 2600 (Including GST)

Public Speaking Programmes, Summer 2018
Public Speaking – Basic – Rs. 2400 (Including GST)         
Public Speaking – Advanced – Rs. 2500 (Including GST)
Public Speaking – Professional – Rs. 3000 (Including GST)


Workshops Schedule

Logophilia Summer 2018 Schedule

Workshop

Dates (June)

Time

Fundamental Etymology Workshop (Almost Full)

5th to 15th

8.0010.00 AM

PSP Basic Batch 1 (Sold out)

5th to 15th

11.00 to 1.00 PM

PSP Advanced (Almost Full)

5th to 15th

4.30 to 6.30 PM

Gap Day
Latin Lessons (Admissions Open)

17th to 26th

8.0010.00 AM

PSP Basic Batch 2 (Sold out)

17th to 26th

11.00 to 1.00 PM

PSP Professional (Admissions Open)

17th to 26th

4.30 to 6.30 PM

Gap Days
PSP Basic Batch 3 (Admissions Open)

1st to 10th July

4.30 to 6.30 PM

 

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What is Etymology? Why Logophilia?

E tymology Education is a system of education in which students learn the concepts of various academic disciplines from their word origins or roots. Given that words are the most fundamental units of knowledge, a rich understanding of words directly correlates to refined knowledge acquisition ability.

We believe that:

(a)   words are fundamental to knowledge
(b)   a student with a weak vocabulary = a weak student
(c)   a really large number of words can be deciphered using  a functional understanding of Etymology
(d)   it is entirely ridiculous that students should have to waste time memorising words or concepts.


How should words be learned?

In an engaging TEDx talk, Dhruv Raj Sharma (Founder & CEO, Logophilia Education) answers the question as to why English  Vocabulary needs to be the most important subject in school curricula, and how inept our schools have become at teaching it.