Using Picture Books to Nurture Speaking Ability 口语教学融入在绘本教学中
Companions on the starting line
Picture books based on pictures and supplemented by text are children's favorite books. For teachers, picture books are a good source of developing children's language skills, especially spoken language. It is important to make good use of picture books to develop children's spoken language skills, including daily spoken words, commonly used sentences, question-and-answer dialogues, and short monologues.
Learn about different picture books了解各种不同绘本
How to induce young children to read如何诱发幼儿阅读能力
Guide children's language skills引导儿童语言表达能力
1. How to understand the characteristics and contents of different picture books;
2. How to arouse children's interest and ability to read autonomously, and then develop children's spoken language ability;
3. How to carry out classroom oral activities according to the different learning characteristics of young children;
4. How to develop logic and creative thinking through effective questioning, and strengthen the ability to interact and communicate in spoken language.
Dr. Aw, Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Assistant Director (Chinese), Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, National Institute of Education. The teaching idea is to develop children's autonomous learning ability by combining personal interests, respect for willingness and ability, and designing learning methods and activities that train listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills based on the learning needs of Singapore students and 21st century education; He has been invited to be an expert consultant for primary and secondary schools and pre-school Chinese education and has hosted a number of lectures for teachers and parents.
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Preschool Teachers, Principals and Practitioners in the field of Early Childhood Care and Education
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