Training of expression skills-woodmam

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To solve quickly.

  Will express, dare to express, will a little something to say out, observe a little thing to say out, remember a little thing to say out, get adult appreciation, praise, more and more love to learn, more and more love to remember, more and more love to express.

  In the classroom, a little will raise their hands, stand up and say, the teacher praise, more love to learn. Children are not even afraid to speak, even if he will not dare to raise his hand, the teacher asked questions, he will actually be but not clearly expressed, not only not praised but criticized, that is a big blow to him!

  So, a step forward in expression is likely to drive your child's whole learning.

  It is important to understand the environment your child is in at school, where he faces his classmates and teachers, and where all of his self-esteem and self-confidence is in the classroom. Boys face all the boys and girls, and girls face all the girls and boys.

  To get into the child's thinking ah. Don't just know how to go home and blame your child's score wow. Know how to make the child's fire of positivity grow a little.

  Expression is an entry point.

  Starting with expression is one of the breakthroughs to improve your child's learning ability.

  8.4 Methods of training expression

  Speaking out loud method

  The "speaking out loud method" is also a way to shape the mental qualities of a strong child.

  To make your child gradually improve his or her voice, encourage him or her to speak loudly from an early age.

  Always influence your child with your loud voice. Tell your child that you must not be selfish in your speech, and that you must let your voice reach the other person's ears. The purpose of your speech is to tell the other person what you mean, but if you can't reach the other person's ears, you are not saying anything. The voice reaches the other person's ear and the meaning enters the other person's heart.

  That's what speech is.

  It is very easy to train a child. A small child can be trained in a few days or even a few hours.

  A very small child, facing a pile of begonias, calls out to an uncle. If the voice is too small, you can give one for a loud voice and two for a very loud voice.

  Isn't this playful?

  Well, you can not give begonia, you can score. Five points for this, ten points for that. Is it okay? The child is happy to play with you, it is easy to change.

  Older children should use the method of appreciation, praise, appropriate to help him overcome low self-esteem, and gradually move towards the role of a strong person who dare to speak.

  Parents have to find a breakthrough to improve their children's motivation on the issue of expression, to be vivid, perceptive, pertinent, genius, and moderate to pull the child's enthusiasm to burn up.

  8.5 Expression is the main traction direction for infant and toddler education

  For infants and toddlers, traction expression is almost the most important tool.

  How do you praise the child? Shall he not express his memory? If he observes well, must he not say something? If he likes to use his brain or not, shall he not say so?

  Expression is the main direction of education for infants and toddlers.

  For older children, expression is also the direction of traction. How can you praise him if he doesn't show it? How can you appreciate him? Expression is important and should never be ignored.

  The relationship between expression and thinking is very clear to everyone. Speak clearly, and help to think more clearly.

  Some people may have this experience: an idea, which may not be clear, slowly becomes clear in the process of telling. What does this mean? Thinking clearly is the basis for thinking clearly. But sometimes, clear expression is a development of clear thinking.

  Expression is not only based on thinking, observing, and remembering; it also often pushes these abilities forward, one step toward the role of a daring speaker.

  Homeschool Motto.

  Expression is an application, an outgrowth, an expression of the ability to observe, remember, think, and read. The happiness of thinking is often realized through the happiness of expression. In a sense, expression is a kind of consumption of our ability to observe, remember, read, think, etc.

  Cultivating the ability to express stimulates and triggers the development of the whole range of abilities.

  Expression is the use, expression, and cutting edge of the various learning abilities.

  Cultivating the ability to express stimulates, triggers, and drives the development of various learning abilities, and also promotes the development of non-intellectual psychological qualities.

  Expression is a major traction in infant and toddler education.

  Expression is one of the most unstable and changeable abilities. Encouraged and appreciated, it tends to develop relatively quickly, and discouraged, it tends to be damaged relatively quickly.

  Expression is not only an ability that should not be neglected, but should be one that we pay special attention to and nurture.

  Be sure to take the courage to speak and to speak as an excellent quality to cultivate for children from an early age.

  9 Cultivation of learning management skills

  Managing one's own drawers from a young age is the beginning of a child's self-management ability.

  As they grow older, they gradually transition to managing their own school bags, organizing their own time, and managing their own learning and life.

  9.1 Cultivation of the Five Motivations

  The ability to manage one's own learning is an important and integrated expression of learning ability. It is the parent's job to nurture the five positive qualities of the child from an early age.

  Is the child willing or does he or she like to manage his or her own learning?

  Does he or she have to be managed by teachers or parents, and does he or she have the confidence to manage his or her own learning?

  Is he or she good at focusing his or her attention when managing his or her own study and making plans?

  Does he or she have the perseverance to manage his or her own learning, and can he or she try to solve his or her own setbacks when he or she encounters them?

  Upward motivation means that the child not only does not want to be worse than others in managing learning, but also wants to do better than others.

  The beginnings of self-management skills

  For a child, developing these motivations is all in the details. One symbol of this is letting your child manage his or her own drawers from an early age. In cases where there are drawers for toys and books, give your child the management of the drawer for toys and the drawer for books as early as possible.

  As soon as he has a little management habit, praise affirmation, and no more parental intervention. The management of drawers often becomes a starting point for the child's ability to self-manage learning later in life.

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