Their own rules. this helps them develop the ability to coordinate and plan with others as well as control their impulses. Next, dramatic play encourages language development. Children nowadays are motivated to communicate their wishes to their peers and must learn to speak on behalf of their roles. Dramatic roles play also support literacy which is provides perfect play for children to increase comprehension as children love to act out their favorite dramatic role plays.
F., & Boyle, O. F. (2016). This was interesting to me, as a mother myself, this theory is exactly how my children have learned to speak. In my background of early childhood education, this theory is common practice for children to develop their cognitive and language skills. Engaging in conversation to connect small phrases to sentences creates opportunities for children to expand their comprehension of the language. The use of visuals were used as strategy of teaching in Marciela’s early learning.
The Vocabulary Quilt strategy allows instructors to incorporate content vocabulary instruction at students’ English language proficiency. This strategy also allows students to work with others which promotes social-cultural development. The U-C-ME strategy allows instructors to uncover existing connections that students already have with content, concentrate on critical concepts, and monitor/evaluate the students understanding of a concept (Herrera, Perez, Kavimandan, & Wessels, 2013). Reflection The article on sheltered instruction did not contain any surprised for me. I have already incorporated many sheltered instruction strategies into my classroom.
The DCSF (2008) support this by saying through play babies and young children learn, grown and have fun. It helps them understand the world and develop socially and emotionally. Another way in which practices can support this is by following the Early Years Foundation Stage, it provides each unique child with opportunities to interact in positive relationships and enabling environments. The EYFS follows four main themes underpinning all the guidance of how to
Using tactile signals are an vital communication strategy to deal with young children but few important points have to be taken care that tactile models are useful only if the child can recognize what they represent, use of touch cues should be consistent for each separate practice, denotation of the touch model should not vary as the changes of the deciphere. 4. Students become enthusiastic by getting some positive feedback such as great job, nice performance, absolutely right etc. It is more effective if it would be given individually. 5.
Children begin to imitate adult roles and start to follow scripts. Howes and Matheson (1992) state that adults have a scaffolding role, whereby they demonstrate actions to children, supporting their play. For example, mothers may pretend to feed a doll then hand the doll to their child. Thus, the majority of pretend play in younger children relies on imitation and schema. Sociodramatic play can help children with cooperation as it is collaborative.
We need to observe the children in classrooms and carefully listen to their life experiences. By teaching the students to embrace all cultures and learn about them, it will create a unity in the classroom. Students then will feel safe and comfortable in the classroom (Gollnick & Chinn, 2012). It is no easy task to incorporate cultural knowledge throughout teaching. You must consciously think about multiculturalism as you interact with students and plan lessons and assignments (Gollnick & Chinn, 2012).
Abstract Writing is a very important skill that needs to be taught, developed and assessed for elementary graders. For each of the learning skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing), there are many ways and strategies that educators can use to develop their students’ learning. In this study, I'm targeting to pay teachers' attention to learn more about (6+1 Traits Writing Strategies) which are: (Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Conventions, and Presentation). Using traits in ESL elementary classrooms will encourage students to write better and will provide them with remarkable writing experiences. In this study, I’m going to open teachers’ eyes to our children's ability of writing and development process