She uses graceful movements, indirectly preparing the child for clear and fluid sitting, walking, standing postures, she does not use confusing or unnecessary movements and gestures nor does she practice poor habits or hygiene. Concrete, sensorial experiences always precede abstract lessons about theory or concepts.
Google Scholar Piaget, J. Reading Total reading versus traditional mechanical reading: Reading is a mental activity not just a verbal one. Normalization is achieved through the repetition of a three-step process including, preparation for an activity, engaging in an activity that engrosses the child, and then a period of rest that is characterized by a feeling of well-being.
After performing the presentation the adult must withdraw and allow the child to actively modify the presentation in any concentrated, precise manner which will reflect her abilities, interests and style; to do this the adult must be able to differentiate between the natural state of the Absorbent Mind and ones which shows deficiencies.
Reviewing the process being learnt. Categorizing sounds and learning to read—A causal connection. Tracing work with the leaf cabinet, metal insets, and eventually the sandpaper letters and numerals, allows children to refine the proper pressure, firmness of touch and arm movements needed for writing.
Originally published in To do this she utilises her observation skills and as she introduces the activities at times that they are important to the child he develops his confidence in hr.
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To help children express, classify, and broaden their sensory experiences, Dr. Repetition brings efficiency of movement and the muscle memory required for reading and writing.