At the age of learning English, parents don't know where to start. English
Enlightenment for children is very important for children. Parents and teachers
can't ignore it. Beijing foreign teachers company tells us how to do English
Enlightenment for children?
1. Choose English books of interest to children
What do your children like is the most clear to you. If you let the foreign
teachers teach your children, you can also tell their personality
characteristics to the foreign teachers. There is a saying in Chinese education
that "teach students in accordance with their aptitude". Foreign teachers also
pay attention to this.
In the process of learning, if the child can't read the selected books, it
may be that the child is not interested in them, and what he wants to learn
can't stimulate his desire to learn completely, so the learning efficiency will
be very low.
2. Let children become the protagonists of learning
Especially for the parents with strong control, when to learn, what to
learn today, how long to learn and so on can be completely determined by the
children themselves, and the parents can guide them properly.
Foreign teachers think that in the process of learning, they can guide
children to regard themselves as the protagonists in the story, so that they
will have a sense of the protagonist and learn more happily.
3. Performance story scene
Just "talking on paper" will be too boring. If you want to improve your
interest in learning, it's better to have a scene show together. Children like
to play family games, which is also a good way to exercise their expression
ability. If the child's character is shy, parents and teachers can participate
in it together and encourage and guide them slowly.
4. Story reproduction
Children's memory and imitation ability are relatively strong. If reading
is only done once, it is likely to learn quickly and forget quickly. However,
reading for many times will cause children's antipathy. If you want to impress
children, you can take the form of story reproduction, such as having children
retell the story or draw it with strokes.