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Teaching children with dyslexia
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...Teaching children with dyslexia A dyslexic young learner who experiences problems acquiring vital literacy and reading skills can have their general learning compounded with trauma, especially when their peers mock them within the learning environment. Although such a class may prove difficult to handle, a knowledgeable teacher can alleviate the problem by paying closer attention to such cases in a general classroom so as to enable them have a feeling of acceptance, and comfort, since friendliness is very essential in the development of human confidence. Diagnosis and learning challenges Owing to the difficulty in diagnosis of the condition, some educators may be essentially baffled... of...
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Teaching Children with Autism
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...Teaching Children with Autism PECS PECS’ abbreviates Picture Exchange Communication System, an substitute communication system developed in 1985 by Lori Frost and Andy Bondy, to assist children pretentious of autism express their views and needs. It is currently a trademarked program of Pyramid Educational Products, a company established by Bondy and Frost. There are various diseases and disorders that spate today’s society, however, one of the most serious of them is autism. Autism is not virtually as extensively known as the recognizable Down’s syndrome, yet, astonishingly, autism is far more widespread. In fact, autism is the third most...
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A Great Career Choice: Teaching Children
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...Teaching Children Written Communication Skills III Section 3 Teaching Children This paper aims to discuss the subject of teaching children particularly when it comes to the choice of a great career. Teaching Children requires significant skills, knowledge and abilities which every individual does not possess. Although the basic skills can be taught but teaching children needs far more than that. For instance, a teacher must be a very good artist with and advanced aesthetic sense while having well defined goals and objectives. Moreover, he/she should have a high tolerance level and emotional control which is absolutely necessary for communicating with children... . These attributes are further...
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Teaching Children with Dyslexia in Mainstream Schools
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...Teaching Children with Dyslexia in Mainstream Schools Introduction- What is Dyslexia? Swarbrick and Marshall (2004 that, “Dyslexia is a learning disability that primarily affects one’s ability to learn to read and develop a strong understanding of language.” Dyslexia is not just related to difficulties faced in reading; instead, it also involves difficulties in “oral communication, organizational skills, following instructions, and telling time” (Swarbrick & Marshall 2004:1). Hence, dyslexic children may also be disorganized, having poor time management skills and memorizing potential. Children with dyslexia have many strengths and competencies despite their learning disability. However... in...
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Teaching Exceptional Children
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...Teaching exceptional children "There are no learning disabilities. There are only teaching disabilities. Each child wants to succeed and each childis successful on his own time line." Dr. Jane Snider “Every student can learn. Just not on the same day or in the same way.” George Evans Introduction Education is a fundamental right of every child. Educational institutions across the United States promote the cause of inclusive education, and stand by the maxim ‘equal education for all’ in a bid to provide inclusive education to one and all regardless of their various differences. However, not all children are same, in terms...
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Teaching science to children
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...teaches an understanding of the world around us by stimulating a child’s prediction and analysis of natural phenomena. Teaching science involves conducting methods of Investigation to encourage creative thought and to demonstrate how science can have an immense impact on our future and to achieve advanced medical biotechnology, genetic engineering food production and safety, agricultural biotechnology, and treatment of environmental waste. Teaching science also aims to improve children’s verbal and writing skills to become more scientifically literate (N.A. 2009). Effective teaching style requires the adaptation of successful principles... and methods by teachers that were used as an...
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Teaching African American Children
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...Teaching African American Children Gloria Ladson-Billings’ book is a unique piece of work. This is a piece of work with an appropriate theme, a theme with extreme meaningfulness and relevance to the contemporary academic society. In the book, the author investigates the issue of education for children of African American descent, the basis of them not attaining as much education as required, and what actions can be applied to rectify the situation. Gloria Ladson-Billings talks about the existing situation of learning for children of African American descent (Ladson-Billings 4). The contributions and accomplishments of African Americans are not sufficiently discussed in public learning... will...
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Teaching African American Children
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...Teaching African American Children Gloria Ladson-Billings’ book is a unique piece of work. This is a masterpiece with an appropriate theme, a theme with extreme meaningfulness and relevance to the contemporary academic society. In the book, the author investigates the issue of education for children of African American descent, the basis of them not attaining as much education as required, and what actions can be applied to rectify the situation. Gloria Ladson-Billings talks about the existing situation of learning for children of African American descent (Ladson-Billings 4). The contributions and accomplishments of...
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Teaching science to children
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...teaches an understanding of the world around us by stimulating a child’s prediction and analysis of natural phenomena. Teaching science involves conducting methods of Investigation to encourage creative thought and to demonstrate how science can have an immense impact on our future and to achieve advanced medical biotechnology, genetic engineering food production and safety, agricultural biotechnology, and treatment of environmental waste. Teaching science also aims to improve children’s verbal and writing skills to become more... Teaching Science in Schools Table of Contents: 3 Introduction 4 2. Materials and methods 5 2 Lesson plan 5 2.2 Lessons 5 Theory 5 Microscope 6 Fingerpri...
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Visual Teaching Strategies On Children With Autism
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...Teaching Children with Autism PECS PECS’ abbreviates Picture Exchange Communication System, an substitute communication system developed in 1985 by Lori Frost and Andy Bondy, to assist children pretentious of autism express their views and needs. It is currently a trademarked program of Pyramid Educational Products, a company established by Bondy and Frost. There are various diseases and disorders that spate today’s society, however, one of the most serious of them is autism. Autism is not virtually as extensively known as the recognizable Down’s syndrome, yet, astonishingly, autism is far more widespread. In fact, autism is the third...
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Children as Writers: Issues Relating to Effective Teaching of Writing
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...CHILDREN AS ISSUES RELATING TO EFFECTIVE TEACHING OF WRITING Introduction This paper aims to examine critically the issue relating to the effective teaching of writing at both key stages, with children are writers. It shall focus on how children become writers by utilizing different text types. It shall also emphasize on the marking criteria according to the New Primary Framework, the Old Literacy Strategy and the National Curriculum Level descriptors for writing. Teaching faces several challenges with its modification, allowing it to be a satisfying profession. It is important that the teacher is able to bring knowledge across children in order to ensure a meaningful learning. Books... are...
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Teaching Filipino Immigrant Children in Hawaii
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...Teaching Filipino Immigrant Children in Hawaii Table of Contents Page i Table of Contents ii Introduction 1 Filipino Migration to Hawaii 2 Multicultural Education Principles 3 Basic Multicultural Education Issues 4 Overcoming Language and Learning Barriers 5 Traditional Learning Styles 7 Effective Learning and Teaching Styles 8 Conclusions 10 Tables 11 Table 1: Filipino population in Hawaii 11 Table 2: Growth of Filipino population in Hawaii 13 Reference List 15 Introduction This paper covers the challenges of multicultural education in Ewa Beach, Hawaii with special focus on Filipinos, a growing immigrant community who migrated in the early 20th century... Page Multicultural Education Challenge:...
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Second Language Teaching For Children Through Form Focused Instruction
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...Teaching (Foreign Language Teaching) For Children through form Focused Instruction INTRODUCTION Foreign or second language teachinginstruction has long been attained a wider attention from the last few decades. The academic research and real survey analyses prepared since the last two decades reveal that the foreign language teaching instructions have undergone across a systematic arrangements that successfully enable individuals to improve their second language proficiency irrespective of their age groups (Hernandez and Gonzalez, “Impact of Instruction on the Use of L2 Discourse Markers”). In addition, the instruction strategy for acquisition of foreign language is also observed... Second Language...
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Multicultural Education Challenge: Teaching Immigrant Children in Hawaii
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...Teaching Filipino Immigrant Children in Hawaii Table of Contents Page i Table of Contents iiIntroduction 1 Filipino Migration to Hawaii 2 Multicultural Education Principles 3 Basic Multicultural Education Issues 4 Overcoming Language and Learning Barriers 5 Traditional Learning Styles 7 Effective Learning and Teaching Styles 8 Conclusions 10 Tables 11 Table 1: Filipino population in Hawaii 11 Table 2: Growth of Filipino population in Hawaii 12 Reference List 13 Introduction This paper covers the challenges of multicultural education in Ewa Beach, Hawaii with special focus on Filipinos, a growing immigrant community who migrated in the early 20th... Page Multicultural Education Challenge:...
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Dyslexia: Teachers Effective Learning and Teaching Approaches with Children with Dyslexia
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...Teaching Approaches with Children with Dyslexia Word count: 7479 Abstract Dyslexia is a disorder which is related with learning disabilities that is present in both children and adults. It is generally stated that individuals who experience this disorder have extraordinary skills in creativity, arts and others. Furthermore this disorder can be treated and due to this there have been a lot of learning theories and approaches that have emerged. The objective of this paper is to highlight how Teachers Effective Learning and Teaching Approaches with Children with Dyslexia make a contribution in the lives of dyslexic individuals. This paper is divided... of Dyslexia: Teachers Effective Learning and...
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Understanding the Special Needs of Children. Building Patterns of Kindergarten Teaching from Student Assessment
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...Children Building Patterns of Kindergarten Teaching from Assessment Submitted by: 4/29 Edge Academy 92 North Union Street, Akron, OH, United States "The Edge Academy is a community school that serves children living in Akron, OH. A community school is defined, as a public school that is separate from any other district, is run by an independent school board and is funded by state tax dollars. Community schools do not receive property tax revenues. Like all charter schools in Ohio The Edge is a non-profit organization." (The Edge Academy, 2011) Introduction I observed Kindergarten classes at the Edge Academy in Akron, Ohio over a period of approximately one month... ? Understanding the Special Needs of...
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Teaching music to Children in a General Education Classroom
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...children. Name the instruments. Describe the instruments. Describe how the instruments are played? How will you use the instruments with your children? 1. Jingle Bells A bell is a musical instrument that produces different sounds when played. A bell is played by using a stick or a small metal rod or shaking. The instrument can be used to teach the children on how to identify diverse sounds used in different kinds of music pieces (Joanne, 17). Conversely, the instrument can be used in sharpening the listening abilities of the children, hence facilitating... Task Chapter one Choose one theory and develop your goals for sharing music and movement in your program. Elaborate upon your goals and observe how...
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Policy and practice in the education of bilingual children An essay discussing the teaching of bilingual children observed in a school setting. The essay will include a description and analysis of the educational context. The practice observed will be
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...teaching plan for the future based on the requirements of the class. Taking feedback also ensures that the instructions delivered are effectively understood by the recipients and are acted upon. Analysis of Educational Policy on the education of multilingual children Implementation of educational policies regarding the teaching of bilingual students in schools ensures the fact that proper strategies are used in teaching such students. Such policies support the schools in the process of handling students that come from ethnic minority groups. It also includes the function of data analysis o the growth of these bilingual students... Bilingualism A person who speaks two languages is known as a bilingual...
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Teaching childern
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...Teaching Children May people will be skeptic on teaching children with the perception that dealing with them is difficult and that you cannot organize them easily and do something meaningful with them. Unfortunately, this is just a hyped opinion that none of the people holding the view has ever tried to engage in this activity. Giving reference that is based on experience, it is true that most of the people have just stereotyped this activity without concrete information to support it. I have been engaged in teaching young children for close to 2 years now and I can give the assurance that...
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TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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...children can be easily agitated and they may forget even simple things. They will try to do many things at a time and get bored if the actions performed are not enjoyable. They do things randomly without any organized pattern. “Their moods will be changing rapidly and they often display short temper” (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), 2008). All these things can create embarrassing moments for the teacher initially. The teacher should be prepared to manage all these things while teaching students with learning disabilities. “Children should be allowed time to express their thoughts... ? Teaching with Disabilities Teaching with Disabilities Teaching and learning started from the history of...
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Philosophy of Teaching
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...teaching a how to live. What this means is that we ought to give the the conceptual and mentaltools to deal with the facts of reality. Teaching a person how to live means teaching him how to understand, conceptualize, to prove logically, and thus to think. Part of this entails being equipped with the devices necessary for him to pursue knowledge and acquire it by his own effort. Children learn only through self-directed learning, which is not the method used by the majority of contemporary schools. Progressive education, the philosophy that education needs to reflect the fact that humans are social animals and learn best through social activities, contradicts... The proper function of education is in...
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Teaching your child charity
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...Children and Charity “Teaching your Child Charity” by Diane Harris - Summary The article addresses the importance of teaching your child to be charitable at an early age and how to go about it. The writer posits that, despite their tendency to squabble over the best of toys, treats and clothes, children are born with innate feelings of charity and compassion. With close observation, one can see this in the compassionate acts small children, such as a 5 year old comforting a bullied kid is a sign of inherent charity (Harris 1). It is further suggests that children should be given a chance to exercise their charitable “muscles” just as they get a chance to exercise their legs muscles when... April 24th...
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Children with disabilities using sign language
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...children, while increasing the level of activity in the left hemisphere. This adds the kinetic sense to the visual and the oral aspects of language acquisition, enhancing the communication and language base for children (Kelly, 2008). The application of sign language is also important for teaching children with disabilities, in that, the incorporation of movement and signs enhance the ability of such children to remember what they heard and saw, increasing their receptive and expressive abilities (Simpson & Lynch, 2007). Most paramount of the application of sign language to teach children with disabilities... Children with disabilities using sign language Children with disabilities using sign language A ...
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Teaching of Mathematics
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...teaching of Mathematics to the young children requires specificcare and attention as the approach adopted in early teaching has a great value considering the general attitude the child develops to the subject throughout its life. Among the many articles which emphasizes on this special requirement in the teaching of Mathematics to young children, the article "TheBigMathforLittle Kids Early Childhood Mathematics Program" by Robert Balfanz, Herbert P. Ginsburg, and Carole Greenes has a central value. It is specifically because the authors throughout the article deal with research based principles for the design... Critique Article - "TheBigMathforLittle Kids Early Childhood Mathematics Program" The...
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Effective Teaching of Writing
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...CHILDREN AS ISSUES RELATING TO EFFECTIVE TEACHING OF WRITING Introduction This paper aims to examine critically the issue relating to the effective teaching of writing at both key stages, with children are writers. It shall focus on how children become writers by utilizing different text types. It shall also emphasize on the marking criteria according to the New Primary Framework, the Old Literacy Strategy and the National Curriculum Level descriptors for writing. Teaching faces several challenges with its modification, allowing it to be a satisfying profession. It is important that the teacher is able to bring knowledge across children in order to ensure a meaningful learning. Books... are...
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Historical and Theoretical Perspective on Teaching Reading
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...teach and the teacher may not be able to accomplish the target learning objective. The fourth form of teaching reading is the problem solving method, in this method the reader is involved in the process of figuring out problems in the assigned texts (Teaching children to read, 2005, p.35... Historical and Theoretical Perspective on Teaching Reading Introduction Since the 1980s, a number of theoretical perspectives regarding the teaching of reading have been provided by researchers. These perspectives have helped in creating policies and making reforms and these perspectives have been taken into consideration while curriculum is created. These theoretical perspectives inform individuals about different...
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Historical and Theoretical Perspectives onn Teaching Reading
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...teach and the teacher may not be able to accomplish the target learning objective. The fourth form of teaching reading is the problem solving method, in this method the reader is involved in the process of figuring out problems in the assigned texts (Teaching children to read, 2005, p.35). In this form... ? Historical and Theoretical Perspective on Teaching Reading Introduction Since the 1980s, a number of theoretical perspectives regarding the teaching of reading have been provided by researchers. These perspectives have helped in creating policies and making reforms and these perspectives have been taken into consideration while curriculum is created. These theoretical perspectives inform individuals...
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Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Teaching Reading
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...Teaching Reading: An Analysis Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Teaching Reading: An Analysis Therelevance of teaching children the rudiments of reading cannot be overemphasized. There has been an increasing magnitude of literature both on historical and theoretical perspectives that impact contemporary teaching methodologies in the classroom setting. From among the more famous theoretical approaches in teaching reading delve into the modernist, transactional and critical perspectives, in addition to the whole-language, literature based reading instruction, and more recently, the balanced approach. This essay is hereby written with the objective... Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on...
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Teaching Today's Teachers to Teach
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...teaching children should be the first priority.” Mr. Griggs uses Psalm 78 as a basis for his argument, but this is an argument that I cannot support. While I believe that children must be a priority for the church in regards to teaching, I believe that the same Psalm suggests the very opposite in the first stanza of the Psalm. The Psalmist says “Give ear, O my people, to my teaching…” The Psalmist does not suggest that children should be the first priority here but rather the opposite. Take the West End Baptist Church as an example to illustrate this point. Greater emphasis is placed on Biblical learning for younger people and not enough for the senior persons of the church. As a result... Paul C. Sims...
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Teaching
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...teaching Lecturer This paper seeks to identify and explain the major tenets or principles of constructivist teaching. The paper will also explain and give examples showing how these tenets support science literacy. Teachers must always look at themselves as playing a critical role in the development and learning of children. This is accomplished by the principles or tenets of constructivist teaching which support science of literacy (DeVries et al., 2002). The following are the major principles of constructivist teaching: Establishment of a socio-moral, cooperative atmosphere: this tenet supports science literacy in that a socio-moral and cooperative atmosphere entails... Principles of constructivist...
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How educators can best teach through play for children)
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...Teach Through Play for Children Introduction Play is important to the learning process of children. Because a child engages cognitively and physically, it plays a big role in the learning process of a child. In fact, a child learns best by engaging in play, especially when it matters and put in the right context. By engaging students in play during the process of learning contributes in their ability to understand concepts the educator is teaching. In the rapid growth and development stages of a child, play significantly expands their thinking capacity. Additionally, play makes children physically strong, thus growing in a health way. There are a number of ways that educators... How Educators Can Best...
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Parents and children
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...children’s behaviors than parents because teachers enable teaching children many things. Nonetheless, it is critically weak. School is a place where teach students special subjects such as drawing, dancing or sing. Teachers are not like parents, and they just make class rules and let children to obey them. It’s too narrow to learn something like ethnics, polite behaviors and so on. Yet it’s different in home, since babies were born, it’s the first person that mother or father talk with them; it’s the first person teaching them to walk; also, it’s the first person that love them. Children always learn things from their parents. It is challenging that numerous parents face some difficulties... ...
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Teaching
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...Teaching the correct ideologies to is one which is traditionally based on fulfilling the curriculum and the requirements which come from theadministrative lists within schools. However, to truly teach children to retain information and to have a different understanding of various facts is also the need to alter the approaches which are a part of the environment and the way in which students respond. The issue of teaching then confronts the specialized needs of children and the approaches to learning. More important, are confrontations with the individual child and the way in which they are engaged in the classroom according to personal needs and desires. Looking at various aspects... of...
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Punishing children
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...children, hence the limitations in achieving behavioral gains. Therefore, families should not adopt corporal punishment as a technique of teaching children how to behave as it impacts negatively on behavior, both in the short term and long term. Increasingly, research studies point out to the unintended negative consequences of corporal punishment. First, corporal punishment increases aggression among children as they appreciate physical violence as a form of solving conflicts, just as applied by their parents. Corporal punishment entails use of physical force which exhibits a positive curvilinear... Corporal Punishment and Children Behavior Introduction Corporal punishment continues to be widely used...
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...children who fail academically can use their talents to earn their daily bread. Moreover, skill based curriculum is more accountable for situations of learning that link field work and theory. It also promotes dialogue between the academic faculty and field professionals, with students getting the opportunity to actively participate in there areas of interest. Best Way to Incorporate Technologies in Teaching ESL The best ways to incorporate technologies into teaching ESL students is integrating the best and appropriate technology into the design of their course in order to meet important teaching... Integrated versus Skill Based Curriculum Integrated based curriculum is curriculum aimed at developing...
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Exceptional Needs Children
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...Children with ADHD have poor social skills and social interventions include: teaching children with ADHD of basic social skills which may be accomplished by parents, teachers, or voluntary agencies; and a pre-school training in social skills to foster improvement in social functioning at an early age characterized by developing peers (Wheeler, 2010, 15). Emotional Interventions. Interventions that address the emotional issues of children with ADHD are geared towards treatment of the secondary problems of ADHD and not the disorder itself. Emotional interventions depend upon the conflicting emotion present such as aggressiveness, defiance, stubbornness, hostility, or frustration... ? Exceptional Needs...
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Exceptional Needs Children
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...Children with ADHD have poor social skills and social interventions include: teaching children with ADHD of basic social skills which may be accomplished by parents, teachers, or voluntary agencies; and a pre-school training in social skills to foster improvement in social functioning at an early age characterized by developing peers (Wheeler, 2010, 15). Emotional Interventions. Interventions that address the emotional issues of children with ADHD are geared towards treatment of the secondary problems of ADHD and not the disorder itself. Emotional interventions depend upon the conflicting emotion present such as aggressiveness, defiance... Exceptional Needs Children The essay aims to address a two-fold ...
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Teaching the Lnguage Skills
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...teaching of reading to young second-language pupils in primary classrooms as the Teaching English to Young Pupils (TEYL) literature is relatively limited, although some useful texts are available (Moon, 2000). It is a believed by many parents that inborn intelligence will control how well their kids learn to read no matter what type of instruction is given, however, the evidence suggests otherwise. It has been proved that, in general, IQ has very little bearing on early reading ability. Only recently, the researchers have found that children who have difficulty learning to read usually have... Running head: Teaching the language skill: Reading Teaching the language skill: Reading [The of the appears...
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Teaching
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...children How will this change impact your continued growth as an educator I am a kind-hearted person, and most of my teachers in Teaching College tell me to be soft with children, which I instinctively do. However, I realized I should have been and must be tough. For me, tough means I have to be a disciplinarian. It is bad to give children the impression that the world... Discussion The article "Resolving contradictions between cultural practices" by Louise Derman-Sparks, suggested the following approach to dealing with differences: "you cannot accept and you cannot reject". Share a situation in which you were challenged by a conflict between your professional beliefs as a teacher and the family or...
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Teaching and Assessment of Reading
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...TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT OF READING Introduction This paper aims to discuss the main principles of effective practice in the teaching and assessment of reading alongside justification of perspective by reference to a broad range of appropriate reading. There are a wide range of methods employed for the aim of improving children's reading comprehension, which usually include training the ability to self-assess comprehension, testing actively comprehension with the use of a set of questions, and by improving meta-cognition (Pakhare 2007). It is also said that conceptual/theoretical teaching alongside a better knowledge of language facilitates reading... THE MAIN PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PRACTICE IN THE...
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Critique Article - Math for the young child or any math critique article that deals with children
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...teaching of Mathematics to the young children requires specific care and attention as the approach adopted in early teaching has a great value considering the general attitude the child develops to the subject throughout its life. Among the many articles which emphasizes on this special requirement in the teaching of Mathematics to young children, the article “The Big Math for Little Kids Early Childhood Mathematics Program” by Robert Balfanz, Herbert P. Ginsburg, and Carole Greenes has a central value. It is specifically because the authors throughout the article deal with research based principles... for the design of an effective program for the teaching of Mathematics to...
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Teaching and learning in practice
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...teaching adults should differ from teaching children. He has also suggested that adult learners approach leaning in a different way (Beder and Darkenwald 1982). They need more involvement and more room to gave their input. They have their experience and background to share ideas. Thus, use of variety of techniques, helped in motivating the students. However, as I discussed earlier, there were a few problems, in group work I reflected upon the better handling of groups in future. Simons (2003) prompted me that learners are taught to work... ? Contents Page Introduction 2 2. Lesson Plan 3 3. Teaching Strategies: Discussion and Reflection 4 4. The Conclusion: Implications 8 5. Work Cited 11 Introduction...
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Teaching and learning in practice
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...teaching adults should differ from teaching children. He has also suggested that adult learners approach leaning in a different way (Beder and Darkenwald 1982). They need more involvement and more room to gave their input. They have their experience and background to share ideas. Thus, use of variety of techniques, helped in motivating the students. However, as I discussed earlier, there were a few problems, in group work I reflected upon the better handling of groups in future. Simons (2003) prompted me that learners are taught to work... ? Contents Page Introduction 2 2. Lesson Plan 3 3. Teaching Strategies: Discussion and Reflection 4 4. The Conclusion: Implications 8 5. Work Cited 11 Introduction...
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Preventing Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Children
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...teaching children about hearing loss, however, a comprehensive program will have the best long term effect (Folmar 7). It is recommended that all elementary schools try to present at least one of these programs to their children every year. In these three articles, the primary causes of hearing loss have been reviewed, along with how hearing loss affects children. The effectiveness of hearing loss programs was proved in two studies, one on an individual program, and one reviewing several. Finally, the third study suggested several different hearing loss... Preventing Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Children: A review of literature A primary concern to parents and educators today is the prevalence of...
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The Most Important Skills and Values that Children Learn from their Parents
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...teach our children. There are many skills that parents are ableto teach their children, often unknowingly. One of the first things that children learn is the feeling of emotions. From the time they are born, children feel their mother’s love, touch, anger, hurt and any other emotions. They may not be able to understand them, but they can feel them. As they grow, parents teach their children how to speak their language and how to be understood. For many, the first word that is uttered is dada or mama, as they are easy words to enunciate as well as watch their parent’s lips that make the sounds. Learning to speak... ? It can often be misunderstood what is viewed as a valuable asset concerning what we teach ...
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Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom
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...Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular room A child with learning difficulty "has a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of the children of the same age" (Frederickson and Cline, 2002, as cited in Westwood, 2003). A child is identified to have learning difficulty or with special needs if he or she finds it difficult to do the activities a normal kid of the same age would do. There are different kinds of children who can be identified with learning difficulty - those who have physical disability, sensory impairments, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, or intellectual...
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Teaching methods and strategy
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...teaching methods and strategies. In this paper, the advantages and disadvantages of each of the stipulated methods is presented with a suggestion of the most effective level of applicability. Gaming Quizzes Games are used to enhance competition, participation, and feedback during teaching (Accardi, Drabinski and Kumbier, 2010). They serve as a motivator and entail practical application of learning concepts. The technique is efficiently applicable when teaching children and primary level learners. In gaming quizzes... ?Table of Contents Table of Contents Teaching Methods and Strategy 3 Gaming Quizzes 3 Lecture 4 Discussion 6 Story and Role Playing 7 Brainstorming 8 Active Learning 9 Distance Learning 10...
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Children Need to Play, Not Compete
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...teaching children how to cooperate as well as focus on their performance as an individual. She evidences that various programs have been created, which give importance to the growth and interests of the children and she also asserts that not using scoreboards will benefit all the children. However, it is not possible to make changes unless the parents and coaches as well as teachers cooperate. Therefore, the present day adults need to focus on competitiveness in their own sphere instead of their children's, as such competitiveness brings nothing but negative impact on both the physical and mental upbringing of the child. References Statsky, Jessica. "Children Need to Play, Not Compete"... 22 September...
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Video games for children
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...children grow up playing with arcade and video games because parents believe that these games provide them with a good sense of practising their reflexes as well as hand eye coordination and provide them with enjoyment to pass time as well. However, video games have been teaching children all over the world a number of incorrect things that they should not be adopting into their lives. These games have taken over children’s lives today and have brought them to believe that living in the virtual world is better than the real world. Video games thus have a number of pros and cons... in an attempt to reach higher levels every time. Very few children today can be seen without...
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Dental Hygienist: health Buddy of Children
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...children. Moreover, as dental hygienists are not ‘doctors,’ children are more open and relaxed under their guidance. This helps dental hygienists to gain children’s trust and create a friendly bonding with them. This advantage can help dental hygienist to conduct preventive services in school also. Conducting preventive dental services in school also ensures the check up and dental care of children from lower socioeconomic status, who are otherwise not able to gain access to the dental services due to lack of finances. By teaching children how to practice good oral hygiene, preventive...
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