This can be of great help for children who are English Language Learners. ... ... middle of paper ... ...reliant on TV as a source of entertainment, rather than spending time with other people socializing and improving their conversational skills, it damages their character and makes them less confident which ultimately harms their professional lives in the future. In conclusion, Television is a great tool that both children and adults can benefit from. It offers a variety of ways that can help us educate, entertain, and expand our children's knowledge. When used correctly, watching TV can have a positive impact on your child’s memory as well as improve their personality and widen their interests.
One on one interaction is a key developmental tool that is so desperately needed for toddlers to be able to progress in learning. But a line must be drawn when we allow television to be the sol... ... middle of paper ... ...ll this help them to create a healthier lifestyle, but it will also help them to build their immune systems against disease. Grab a book and sit down and read to your child or have them read to you. This will help to develop their vocabulary and personal interaction skills, and not to mention its fun too. Another great idea is to pull out a game and sit down and play with your children.
As the way for teacher can know what the students think about the problem or contain in the video, teachers can ask students to tell or write the results after students watching the video. it is like ask the conclusion, notes, or explain again about the problem in the video flash animation. When the students critical to one problem it is must clear, not to deviate from what is and have logical reasons. If students are able to think critically and do what is requested it means that teacher success in applying science or reach the goal. As capable and successful, students will be faced with a more difficult or content and it is able to improve student’s critical thinking because their brains are already able to
Those who viewed it gained more knowledge over those who did not. They offered educational and beneficial programming that helps in improving a child’s vocabulary and by encouraging their reading. These programs also taught children moral values. Because public television teaches children the basic knowledge and the valuable facts of life, parents should encourage their children to watch more public television. Works Cited Lesser, Gerald S. Children and Television.
Throughout my paper I will explain how cable television and video clips can be useful tool because they appeal to different learning styles in the classroom and meet South Carolina’s state standards when used appropriately. Let’s face it; these tools are part of today’s society so let’s learn how to use them well. Using these tools can sometimes be just want you need to add that sparkle to your lesson. Even though TV can be an excellent addition to a lesson, it can also be misused. When missed used the students get nothing from the lesson, and the TV ends up being a babysitter.
Studying on how television stimulates imagination is done so with numerous techniques such as observation, inkblots, and questionnaires (Singer, 2003). The most research shows on imagination are on Sesame Street, Mister Rodgers Neighborhood, and Barney and Friends. Se... ... middle of paper ... ...age group can grasp Super Why, Word World, and Blues Clues (Moses). Repetition of a programing episode is important so a child can understand the main points. A preschooler may seem to never tire of that same episode because they a learning things that they did understand the first time or missed (Singer, 2003).
My philosophy of technology integration would be to include resources to my students to help improve their knowledge and understanding of the material being presented . Through including technology in the classroom a teacher can help students through different learning styles become engaged in the lesson. “If one learns best through careful examination of pictures or diagrams, then a message that is transmitted orally can be difficult and frustrating to understand and may therefore not be clearly received,” (Lever-Duffy & McDonald, 2008, pg 14). In my classroom technology would be present in the form of pictures or media to accompany letter sounds to illustrate both visual and auditory learners. The use of cd and video would be used to illustrate how a letter should sound and ways that letter would sound in a word.
Thesis: Anime, frequently seen on television channels, is an alternative medium of learning of prosocial behavior and aggression reduction, provided that parents supervised their watching to prevent obesity, aggression and social stereotyping. Montessori said that at the age of children of three to six years old, Children acquired learning on their conscious choice. This process of learning is called, the period of conscious work. Montessori also added that at this point of their life, they have longer attention span, starves for more knowledge, and learn more quickly and effectively. This is maybe the most crucial point of their life for their mind, moral and values will be molded; thus, the influences, intrafamiliar and extrafamiliar, must be substantial and helpful in their development.
When we working with students with IEPs or 504 plan in the classroom. We should be flexible with different needs of students. Modifying lesson plans, worksheets and assessment methods will help students have better comprehension with class and help teachers to get the most accurate data about their students. Book citation: "To get the most accurate data about what students understand and can do, assessments should not offer only one means of response but should provide multiple opportunities in varied media for learners to demonstrate skills and express themselves." Video citation: in the video, the teacher shared her idea of assessment after she learned UDL.
As the limitation of the cognition and maturity, children learn language mostly from the outer environment stimulation created by their parents, educators and peers. The quality and quantity of language input, functioning as the stimulation, by interacting with the people around the children have a positive influence on children’s language learning (Bradley and Caldwell 1976; Clarke-Stewart 1973; McCartney 1984; and NICHD 2000). Therefore, it is beneficial for both parents and teachers to know how the interaction can improve the children’s English proficiency. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to introduce the role of the interaction in early L2 development and the implication of the interaction of children in education. This paper is going to introduce the topic in three aspects.