Duality of expressive ability-woodmam

Expressiveness is the outward and cutting edge of all learning abilities

  The fourth characteristic of expressiveness is that it is the most visible and cutting-edge of all learning abilities, so it is the most easily tractable.

  Memory skills can be expressed through expressive skills. The ability to observe, read, and think can also be expressed through expressive skills. Expression is their epiphenomenon and cutting edge. The easiest thing for a cow to tug on is its nose; we don't tug on its belly. The easiest thing for a parent to pull is expression.

  Expression is important, and some people lack it throughout their lives, making it a major regret, a major obstacle, and a major nuisance in their lives.

  The Duality of Expression

  The fifth characteristic of expressiveness is that it is both intellectual and most closely related to non-intellectual psychological qualities because it often faces others, is communicative in nature, and is socially active.

  That is, it is not only a question of intelligence, or a question of psychological quality, character. Not only is it a question of intelligence, but also a question of boldness.

  There is no boldness in memory, memory and what dare to remember to remember the problem? But dare not speak there is a problem. There is no question of daring to read a book, only the question of loving to read or not to read, and the question of whether to read or not to read, but the question of daring to express.

  Therefore, the only way to express this ability is not only the question of love or not, the question of whether it will, but also the question of whether it dares. On the question of whether to dare or not, it communicates with non-intellectual mental qualities. Only the ability to express has a dual, crossover character in the intelligence of learning, occupying a place in both intellectual and non-intellectual spheres.

  Expressiveness is closely related to self-confidence

  Expressiveness has a great correlation with the five positive qualities, especially with the one of self-confidence. This is characteristic number six of expressive ability.

  As we said, all abilities are related to the five positives, but expressiveness is also somewhat specific and has a great correlation with self-confidence.

  Memory, for example, correlates with confidence, and the more confident you are the better you remember. Another example is observation and reading, which also have a problem with confidence. But none of them are as sensitive as expression in the matter of self-confidence. The relationship between expression and self-confidence is certainly deeper than the correlation between the above-mentioned abilities and self-confidence.

  8.2 Starting with expression to drive the development of other abilities

  After talking about the characteristics of expression ability, we conclude that

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

  First, the development of the child's expressive skills is likely to lead to the development of other intellectual abilities.

  Two, it can simultaneously improve the development of non-intellectual psychological qualities.

  Three, it especially shapes the positive nature of self-confidence.

  Fourth, the development of the five positives in children can start from many aspects, and expression is a particularly easy aspect to start; because it is sensitive, easily tractable, and has an immediate effect.

  So, starting with the positive development of expression is particularly easy to drive the others.

  8.3 A particularly easy problem to solve

  Expression is particularly susceptible to change. A person who does not pay attention to training and find ways to overcome weaknesses may not be able to express for the rest of his or her life. Some are now adults and are not very expressive. Not all of us, including our parents, are able to articulate our views in public in a big way.

  Think about it my friends, you are thirty, forty, fifty years old and you have not yet passed the expression barrier. How tragic it would be if your children could not pass the expression barrier in their lifetime!

  The expression barrier is something that can be crossed in a few days

  But one more word and you will be very sorry. The expression barrier can be crossed in a few days, but some children can't cross it for the rest of their lives.

  Because of the failure of expression, the child's learning will be affected, because he is afraid to go to the teacher, afraid to ask questions, afraid to discuss with classmates.

  Because of the failure of expression, the child's study will be affected, because he dares not go to the teacher, dare not ask questions, dare not discuss with his classmates. He will not dare to seek employment! He will not dare to communicate with the leader of the unit!

  Because the expression ability is not good, even if the child is in a difficult situation, do not dare to reach out to society and friends for help.

  The cause of more problems is that parents do not pay attention to the development of children's expression.

  In our training, some children have completed this change in one day and some in seven days. Why do you let your children not change for seven or seventeen years?

  Something that is so easy to change is allowed to remain unchanged for a lifetime.

  If this problem is particularly difficult to solve and cannot be solved by trying for ten years, maybe we won't bother with that. But the problem that can be solved in a few days or months, but let it not be solved for life, just because the parents ignore it when the child is young. Then, when your child grows up and goes to elementary and high school, if these problems still exist, they must be solved.

  This issue is particularly important, while particularly easy to ignore and particularly easy to solve. Parents especially need to be alert.

  I hope that parents will actively engage in a self-examination and show motivation to self-examine. Be sure to help your child get past the expression hurdle.

  You should not feel afraid to ask your child because you are not very expressive. You have to say to your child, you should be better than me! And I am now ready to pass the expression hurdle.

  Raise your child to speak up from a young age

  Because expression is different from other abilities, it is linked to non-intellectual psychological qualities, so there is a question of whether to dare or not. From a young age, you have to train your child to dare to speak and to speak.

  Reading is to know how to read, there is no dare to read, but speech should dare to speak, will speak. This child dares to speak, this child will speak, two words of praise, a comprehensive praise.

  The first thing to do is to start with the non-intellectual psychological qualities and solve the problem of children who dare not speak. If you break through the barrier of daring to speak, the problem of whether you will speak and love to speak will be solved.

  It is important to take the ability to speak and to speak as an excellent quality and to cultivate it in your child from a young age.

  If your child is at preschool age, hopefully it will be cultivated in a week's time.

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