Language goals in preschool are the same abilities to recognize and name actions and people, various sounds in the environment, the abilities to relate and classify words and ideas, and to express ideas in gesture and word.
Lavatelli (148) in a critical overview of early childhood education programs has identified two principles of language teaching:
The contents of this book are arranged and sequenced accordingly so that after going through the learning experiences, the child is able to listen attentively, think analytically, make good judgment, speak with confidence, and use the English language correctly.
Children achieve the feeling of fulfillment when, through the use of language, they are able to express themselves to others.
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This will help student to learn about wonderful things around us. Student will learn to give the sound of the letters of the alphabet and put these sounds together to come up with words. We are confident that students will enjoy and learn to read short stories, rhymes, and poems.
In Unit I, learners will be with the Andaya Family in their home and go with them to the farm to visit the Andaya children's grandparents.
Unit II will take you to some places in the community. Learner's will meet some friends and the things they enjoy doing together.
Unit III brings you to other kinds of storybooks. Learners will learn to explore and love more stories.
Unit IV will continue to bring learners to other stories. Learners will also meet people who helps us in our daily needs. These stories will help learners develop love for your country.
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