Teaching Young Learners By Leandra Dias @llea_dias
Today`s agenda-Some true facts about teaching children-Piaget, Vygotsky, Brunner-Things to consider when you teach children-Teaching children for life
Some true facts about children-Children are more enthusiastic and lively as learners. .-They want to please their teacher rather than their peer group-They get easily distracted and demotivated.-They need to be noticed and heard.-Children are more enthusiastic and lively as learners .-Children are often less embarrassed than adults to perform tasks.-Children struggle to understand meta language.
Learning from experts VygotskyPiaget BrunerThe child as an active learnerThe child as socialLanguage for cognitive growth
When you teach children- Tasks and Skills development -Classroom management -Assessment
Classroom Management Classroom ManagementTeacher X Students STT X TTTInstructions Voice and Eye contact Lesson Stages Routines Teaching Environment Behaviour
-- Tasks and Skills development Tasks and Skills developmentSongs Stories -Reading -Listening -Writing -Speaking Games Playfulness
Teaching Children for lifeCLIL Teaching across the curriculum
firstname.lastname@example.org @llea_dias www.eltcandyland.blogspot.comDiscovery teaching involves not so much the process of leading students to discover what is `out there`, but rather, their discovering what is intheir own heads. Bruner, The Relevance of Education.Thank you very much !!!!