Trees of Poland 1, 2, 3 - Multimedia program - CD - product package
"Trees of Poland" are a multimedia programs dedicated for every nature enthusiast, as well as for students, scholars, and educators. Thanks to the programs, you will learn to identify the species of Polish trees and shrubs. The programs utilizes an innovative method of intuitive learning.
Enter the fascinating world of nature with us. Learn to recognize tree and shrub species. Discover many incredible facts about Polish flora, and acquire professional knowledge easily and enjoyably. Explore the beauty of Polish trees with our program...
"Trees of Poland I, II, III" are the multimedia programs dedicated for every nature enthusiast, as well as for students, scholars, and educators. Thanks to the programs, you will learn to identify Polish tree and shrub species. The programs utilizes an innovative intuitive learning method, allowing you to learn quickly, pleasurably, and effectively. The distinctive features of trees are displayed through images, games, quizzes, making learning more natural, similar to the process by which children learn. There is no passive reading in the program; knowledge is compared and assessed continuously.
With the programs, you will get to know specialized terms typical of the language of professionals. There are also many interesting tidbits about trees (drawn from, among other sources, folklore) and descriptions of their practical applications.
The single program is divided into three parts, with 5 lessons in each. In total, it covers 30 tree and shrub species and includes up to 1,500 images! Each individual lesson concludes with exercises that help consolidate and expand on the material covered. The final lesson in each part is a review lesson containing games to test knowledge, memory, and reflexes. The program also includes a tree atlas with descriptions and images of all the discussed species. You can print it and take it into the field to put your acquired knowledge into practice. Three programs will teach you 90 species of trees.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LEARNING METHOD:
The programs employs an intuitive learning method. Solve puzzles, play fun games, and learn – it's that simple!
Holistic Knowledge. We won't clutter your mind with "shreds" of information torn apart. In our programs, knowledge is constantly compared and checked against what you already know, woven into a coherent whole...
Professionalism. Without the need for hours of tedious reading, you will start using specialized terms with ease, typical of the language of professionals...
Relaxation. A relaxed and curious mind absorbs knowledge more quickly and effectively. Let relaxation music, natural sounds, and bird songs introduce you to the world of green adventure...
Small Portions. For the learning process, aesthetic graphics and a clear division of material into small portions that can be processed in 10-15 minutes before the mind becomes fatigued are also essential. After mastering 3-4 such portions (approximately one lesson), it's good to take a few days' break and practice the acquired knowledge in the field.
LIST OF TREE SPECIES COVERED IN PART III OF THE PROGRAM (TREES OF POLAND III):
Pontic azalea, Common barberry, Black elderberry, European elder, Red elderberry, Downy birch, Silver birch, Common juniper, Serviceberry, European mountain ash, Highbush cranberry, European cranberrybush, European spindle, Turkish hazel, Narrow-leaved olive, London plane tree, Common sea buckthorn, Scots pine, Limber pine, Black chokeberry, Common spindle, European spindle tree, Laurel, Honeysuckle, Dwarf cherry, Common cherry, Common yew, Bird cherry, Late-flowering cherry, Bird cherry, Green fir, European whitebeam, Edible honeysuckle, Fly honeysuckle, Domestic pear, Common pear, Willow-leaved pear, Domestic apple, Wild apple, Purple apple, Ural hawthorn, Common hawthorn, Swedish whitebeam, Common fir, Black alder, Grey alder, Green alder, Blackthorn, Cherry plum, Mountain ash, Field elm, Wych elm, Almond willow, Purple willow, Basket willow, Sweet cherry, Common beech, sessile oak, red oak, pedunculate oak, two-seeded hawthorn, one-seeded hawthorn, trailing hawthorn, common hornbeam, lofty ash, field maple, Norway maple, field sycamore, common sycamore, European spindle, common lilac, small-leaved lime, large-leaved lime, European larch, black locust, Scots pine, European yew, common spruce, white poplar, black poplar, aspen, white willow, crack willow, brittle willow, grey willow, and bay willow.
- HOME - a home license for 1 computer.
- EDU - an educational license for 10 computers, for use in public spaces such as biology classes or library computers. The license is issued in a specific name or institution, with no restrictions on the number of installations and uninstalls, as long as it is used on a maximum of 10 computers.
AVAILABLE PROGRAM VERSIONS (check the product description to determine which version you are purchasing):
- Digital - After making the transfer and the payment is received, you will get a link to download and install the program at the provided email address.
- CD - You will receive a CD sent to the specified postal address.
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