NATURAL APPROACH FOR
PRESCHOOL
WORKSHOP
JULY 14, 2015
CHILDREN,S MAIN LEARNING
CHARACTERISTICS
Children are energetic, they need to move a lot
Children are noisy , you can't ex...
TASKS
WRITE A LIST OF AT LEAST FIVE LEARNING
CHARACTERISTICS THAT ARE SPECIFIC TO
CHILDREN.
HOW DO THESE CHARACTERISTICS I...
The preschool child appreciates a beautiful
classroom.
The preschool child needs a variety of social
experiences with larg...
The preschool child must have experience with music and art
Preschool children need opportunities to play with blocks and ...
GETTING ORGANIZED
CLASSROOM RESOURSES
BUILD UP A SET OF MATERIAS TO USE IN YOUR CLASSROOM… CREATIVE ACTIVITIES…
STORING IT...
CLASS ROUTINE
is important for young children to have a routine class
young children have no sense of formal time , so say...
Schedule is used as a basic guide only. Times are subject to change and flexibility is
used throughout each day and week. ...
1. WHAT CAN I DO WHEN MY CLASS IS DIFFICULT
2. HOW DO I DICIPLINE INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN
3. HOW DO I SPEAK TO A YOUNG CHILD A...
Rule #1: Don’t question.
Rule #2: Don’t argue. Avoid
confrontation..
Rule #3: Don’t lecture, scold, or yell
Rule #4: Don’t...
TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN LANGUAGE
speak at normal speed and don’t break up your sentences
thinking you are helping your kid...
CHILDREN LEARN AT DIFFERENT RATES
LISTENING HABITS
PRONUNCIATION
ACTIONS AND MIMES
KEEP THE CHILDREN,S ATTENTION
CORRECTIN...
PICTURES
make sure pictures are simple and clear
write the name of the object in the card
use flashcard to reinforce vocab...
MURALS
MURALS ARE EXCELLENT TEACHING MATERIALS SPECIALLY IF KIDS MAKE
THEM THEMSELVES
CRAFTS
AN EXCELENT WAY TO TEACH LANGUAGE IS THROUGH ART CRAFTS
STORIES
an enjoyable way to teach vocabulary to children is to make
into a story witch you can illustrate on the board wit...
VIDEOS
young children like watching videos but only in short sessions
teach the main vocabulary items before showing it so...
RHYMES, SONGS AND DRAMA
rhymes and songs are fundamental tool for teaching young children a new
language they develop the ...
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Natural approach for preschool

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  • 1. NATURAL APPROACH FOR PRESCHOOL WORKSHOP JULY 14, 2015
  • 2. CHILDREN,S MAIN LEARNING CHARACTERISTICS Children are energetic, they need to move a lot Children are noisy , you can't expect a quiet class with young children It's more a matter of controlling the noise level and teach then little by little to have quiet times as well. Allow them to be noisy in a positive way by getting them to play action games and by letting them to speak to each other during their working activities. Children are quick,,, quick to learn and quick to forget Children like to use their senses as well as to speak, they need to see, hear, smell, touch and taste Children are fun and enthusiastic, Children are children
  • 3. TASKS WRITE A LIST OF AT LEAST FIVE LEARNING CHARACTERISTICS THAT ARE SPECIFIC TO CHILDREN. HOW DO THESE CHARACTERISTICS INFLUENCE THE ACTIVITY YOU WOULD CHOOSE FOR YOUR KIDS . LIST SOME ACTIVITIES YOU HAVE USED OR PLANNED TO USE IN THE CLASS ACTIVITIES
  • 4. The preschool child appreciates a beautiful classroom. The preschool child needs a variety of social experiences with large-group, small-group, and individual activities The preschool child likes to feel at home Preschool children need help to learn to be considerate of each other Preschool children are ready to make activity selections
  • 5. The preschool child must have experience with music and art Preschool children need opportunities to play with blocks and to work with a variety of construction toys Preschool children are developing their language and communication skills Preschool children are ready and eager to learn new concepts it should provide opportunities for hands-on experiences, including the following: Science and discovery
  • 6. GETTING ORGANIZED CLASSROOM RESOURSES BUILD UP A SET OF MATERIAS TO USE IN YOUR CLASSROOM… CREATIVE ACTIVITIES… STORING ITEMS BOXES…
  • 7. CLASS ROUTINE is important for young children to have a routine class young children have no sense of formal time , so saying that 20 minutes means nothing to them but a routine help them what to expect and do and starts giving the a notion if time Kindergarten is often a child's first experience with traditional schooling, but even students with preschool experience may find the transition into kindergarten difficult as they face new academic challenges. Providing exciting and safe learning opportunities in kindergarten provides a basis for a continued love of learning, but routines must be in place in order for students to be successful when routines and procedures are carefully taught, modeled and established in the classroom, children know what’s expected of them and how to do certain things on their own. By using creative methods of teaching classroom routines, you can ensure your students are ready and prepared for the lessons you will be teaching and that your classroom is as safe and friendly as possible for your young students.
  • 8. Schedule is used as a basic guide only. Times are subject to change and flexibility is used throughout each day and week. Many "subjects" blend into others, but time is scheduled for them to ensure coverage. until 8:00 am Free Choice Play – with various themed activities ~Morning prep time~ 8:00 - 8:45 Morning Meeting / Zoo-phonics / Math Activities 8:45 - 9:15 Music/Science (Monday - Thursday); Show & Tell (Friday) 9:00 – 9:15 , Restroom, Wash hands 9:15 – 9:30 Snack 9:30 – 10:30 Language Arts 10:30 - 11:30 Outside Play (Large motor act. indoors in bad weather) 11:30 - 12:00 Art/History (Monday - Thursday); Extra outside play (Friday) 12:00 - 12:15 Clean up, restroom, wash hands 12:15 – 12:45 Lunch 12:45 – 1:00 D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything And Read) for those who finish early 1:00 - 1:15 Spanish - songs, games
  • 9. 1. WHAT CAN I DO WHEN MY CLASS IS DIFFICULT 2. HOW DO I DICIPLINE INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN 3. HOW DO I SPEAK TO A YOUNG CHILD ABOUT HIS MISBEHAVIOR 4. WHAT CAN I DO WITH ACTIVE CHILDREN
  • 10. Rule #1: Don’t question. Rule #2: Don’t argue. Avoid confrontation.. Rule #3: Don’t lecture, scold, or yell Rule #4: Don’t give false praise Rule #6: Don’t lose your cool…Model the alternative.. Rule #7: Don’t ignore misbehavior
  • 11. TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN LANGUAGE speak at normal speed and don’t break up your sentences thinking you are helping your kids identify individual words, remember at this age children learn from imitation use English when ever possible all your instructions and questions use full sentences or phrases insist your kids to use full sentences so they can get a sence of context when you are teaching a new vocabulary let the kids listen and watch you as you speak and mime
  • 12. CHILDREN LEARN AT DIFFERENT RATES LISTENING HABITS PRONUNCIATION ACTIONS AND MIMES KEEP THE CHILDREN,S ATTENTION CORRECTING GAMES
  • 13. PICTURES make sure pictures are simple and clear write the name of the object in the card use flashcard to reinforce vocabulary
  • 14. MURALS MURALS ARE EXCELLENT TEACHING MATERIALS SPECIALLY IF KIDS MAKE THEM THEMSELVES
  • 15. CRAFTS AN EXCELENT WAY TO TEACH LANGUAGE IS THROUGH ART CRAFTS
  • 16. STORIES an enjoyable way to teach vocabulary to children is to make into a story witch you can illustrate on the board with pictures drawings or actions. try to work with simple stories
  • 17. VIDEOS young children like watching videos but only in short sessions teach the main vocabulary items before showing it so they are encourage to listen stop the video once in a while and ask questions what ? who ?? how ? after showing the video describe a character and ask the children to guess who he is get the kids to draw a picture and make them tell the class about it .play the same video often so the more they hear the more they understand
  • 18. RHYMES, SONGS AND DRAMA rhymes and songs are fundamental tool for teaching young children a new language they develop the ear which is very important for learning a new language, they teach pronunciation most rhymes and songs are repetitive language they are always well accepted by children and are fun they make the children feel good and happy always reinforce the meaning of the words with actions music helps children develop a sense of rhythm which helps them in many other areas