Probability and Statistics. “more likely than, less likely than, or equally likely as”. Part 1 of 2. 3rd Grade Math. Students: Please return your completed module to ...
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Learners of pre-kindergarten through 8th grade can be identified as young learners. Creating lesson plan for young learners should be innovative in adopting the learning activities because of their characteristics. It is beneficial for educator to know the characteristics of young learners before designing the lesson plan for them. Wendy A. Scott and Lisbeth H. Ytreberg describe the characteristics of young learners. Here we will discuss it in related to the class design.
First, Young learners like to participate and physically active. That is why teachers have to design the activities which involve the students to participate for example: desigining a work in group or individually, like interesting quizes which involved the physical activities. Second, young learners love to play. They learn best when they are enjoying themselves. In related in playing, we now have many improvements in teaching Math strategy for children through games or even the colorful and fun worksheet design. It is easy to search where we can find the fun Math worksheet on the online resources. Third, young learners cannot concentrate for a long time. Teacher should have a great approachin dividing teaching time from the beginning till the end of the class. Young learners are happier with different materials and they cannot remember things for a long time if it is not repeated. So keep repeating the lesson with different fun ways.
Five, seven or twelve years old Students will grow as genius people who can be trustworthy and take responsibility for class activities and routines. They will also learn how to play and organize the best way to maintain an activity, work with others and learn from others. Moreover, young Students still depend on teacher. They should be guided and accompanied well. So keep guiding students with the best way. Teaching Math is fun and let us make them happy to learn Math.