Supporting children's literacy development of children by encouraging the exchange of ideas and the development of thinking skills, including observation, contrast, categorize, organize, and evaluate concluded. In conclusion, children's literature can help in the development of social, emotional, intellectual and language of children. Exposure early in the story to children is the best way to attract children to read and master the language. CONCLUSION Children are the future leaders of the future. In forming keperibadiankanak noble and moral children, children's literature plays an equally important role.
Through storytelling, teacher will be able to inculcate different vocabulary in the story and this will allow young learners to get used to the correct form of language structure. Young learners who listen to story are actually experiencing a form of learning meaning of words in context. Storytelling becomes an effective way to introduce new vocabulary to children. According to Sen (2014), when learners have the ability to relate words to their meaning better, these words are retained in their memory for long. From this, they will be able to remember the meaning of the
It helps to develop their abilities and their imagination. Children 's books when involve simple words with multiple images the child can understand the intended message. Also, illustration in picture books is contributing to the development of the child. In addition, help them to stimulate his imagination, development his abilities and the discovery of his identity and knowledge of cultural heritage. Also, help them to link concepts with words.
Adulthood is also of psychological and personal development by which time it is assumed that individuals have established their identity and are well on their way to being independent, responsible, self-disciplined and purposeful. Weitzman (1972) states that: “through books, children learn about what boys and girls say and feel. They learn about what is wrong and they learn what is expected of children their age. In addition, books provide children with role models and images of what they can and should become when they grow
Children’s language creativity is practice and it plays an important role in developing their grammar and oral communication. Children face several challenges when they acquire the language, especially and normally, their language is creative. Their language has an aesthetic sense because it is creative. Different participants have an important role in form the artful text and practices, as having response and interact with the audience or the reader or the child. Adult’s exchanges or everyday interaction is creative because these kinds of conversation’s language include a lot of aesthetic and formal aspects.
2.1 Introduction to Interactive Read Aloud Interactive Read Aloud is an important learning activity for building knowledge required by students to be successful in reading (Lippman, 1996). According to Fountas and Pinnell (2006, Cited in Johnston, 2015), Interactive Read Aloud is a deliberate and explicit method of reading aloud where the teacher models for the whole class vocabulary development, reading fluently, and comprehension strategies and requires the students to involve in the discussion by giving some questions. As the result, the students become interactive participants in their own learning. Interactive Read Aloud also can be defined as an activity that makes children learn new words and ideas as
Keywords: young learners, phonology, phonemic, phonics, phonological, orthographic The Importance of Phonics, Phonology and Phonemic Awareness to Young Learners Developing proficiency and competence in a Second language (L2) can be considered to be a gradual expansion of skills connected to the capacity to understand and convey oneself in an L2, both orally and written in daily settings and situations. A learner needs to develop a range of receptive and expressive skills
Language and cognitive development occurs in the context of interaction, such as playing, studying, and reading. Hence, I try to interact between children in a class by storytelling through book or video. By looking back at the two situations above explained that there are many ways that can enhance the children’s learning. In general, children are interested in storytelling whether in verbally or by showing video. In my opinion, these can identify the ways of children’s thinking and perspective by explaining the lessons of the story.
The theory explains the tools and processes used by children as they develop into an individual who can reason and think using hypotheses, hence the importance of cognitive development. Additionally, this can be done through the adaption of learning skills. Learning skills contains four different aspects: communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creative thinking. These skills would prepare students for the rapid changes globally when they are applied in the classroom. Students would be able to carefully analyze and effectively evaluate thoughts, discover new ideas and