Project #70233 - rewrite or reword has to pass PLAGIARISM test

Please rewrite/reword the below discussion answer, pls make sure it passes plagerism test.

Choosing a topic while teaching is the first and the most important step while trying to teach and enhance children’s language skills. Of course, there is wide variety of topics to choose but it is important to know the children’s interest and their learning level and then choose a topic to help them build up on their skills. If we are working with a child independently then we can use a topic that we know will interest him. For example, one of my students loves soccer. Usually while teaching and giving descriptions, I try to relate the discussion somehow to soccer and it always works! Doing group activities also is great to encourage children to share their thoughts and get involved in discussions.

For example, I was working with my second grade group couple of weeks ago and we were working on our word of the day which was “tradition”. Of course all of them new the meaning of “tradition” but when trying to use it in writing, almost all of them were struggling. We started a discussion about different traditions and since all my students are second language learners from different backgrounds we had the opportunity to share our different traditions and special cultural occasions. Children were excited and were describing in detail what they would wear, eat, and do during those traditional occasions. After the discussions and sharing our experiences, then children wrote a journal entry on their favorite traditional holidays.

Communication and oral language is an important part of language development and to help children’s communication skills, developing discussions are great strategies. According to Otto (2014), “To become an effective communicator in a literate culture, a child must acquire competencies in using both oral language and written language.” When children communicate their thoughts through use of oral language, then they can easier bring their thoughts into writing. If I had only instructed my students to write about a special tradition, it would be more difficult for them to write a paragraph about their experiences. Questioning is a great strategy to use for developing discussions. By questioning we can encourage children to use their thinking and imagination skills. Children should be given opportunities to represent their thoughts through different activities such as drawing, painting, building blocks, dramatic play, etc. I love using visual aids and hands on materials during reading activities to make learning more fun and easier.

Otto, B (2014). Language development in early childhood education. (Fourth ed.). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson

 

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