Making children articulate-Woodmam
We talked about the fact that the human ability to learn is a combination of abilities, and one of them is called the ability to express. You're talking about the child's ability to express. Right? What is the ability to express?
A child, how well he learns, observes, remembers, and thinks, is expressed through his expression. Expression is one of the most sensitive abilities. For example, if the teacher asks a question today and the student stands up and does not express himself well, he immediately feels frustrated, squirms when he sits down, blushes, is ashamed, and feels that his classmates and teachers look down on him.
But now he speaks very well, the teacher immediately praised him, and his ability to express himself was immediately affirmed. Therefore, the ability to express oneself is an ability that can be easily denied and affirmed immediately, and it is an ability that can be easily pulled. Capturing expressive skills can sometimes change every aspect of a child's life.
For example, your child goes out and calls out to his aunt and uncle. Because he is polite, people like him, and his ability to express himself makes him feel good all of a sudden. If he has an opinion, everyone says, "This child is so smart! His interest in learning increases immediately. Is that right?
Expression is especially important, and I hope you will go back and solve this problem, which is very, very good to solve.
Let me tell you an example, someone brought in a child who is younger than yours! Two or three years old little girl, afraid to call out to people. It's very simple: there were many red begonias hanging from the tree, I jumped up and reached one. I said, "Call Uncle. Is not that a child? The game of children, call out you give her ah! Call out, the sound is not big not to give. A little louder to call out to give a, and then a little louder to give a, and finally on the loud shout.
For a particularly small child, you have to praise him in a way, content, object, praise, and promise that he particularly likes to motivate him to speak up, even if it is only once. And never say that my child is afraid to speak up. Are you talking everywhere? Not everywhere, that's good! Don't talk everywhere.
Another thing is that the expression of the child should be easy and difficult. You can't say that when you see a stranger, grimacing, you ask him to call out to someone, you find a less strange, more amiable, let him call out, after he called out, you praise: hey, you are quite generous! Isn't that right? And let the other party, your guests, your friends are with you to praise the child. This is a good problem to solve. You are now aware of this problem should be solved, or will not affect the child's life.
Educational toys can be used to prompt children's learning abilities