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在中山,我们不仅有着享誉盛名的上海最美幼

儿园建筑,我们还有专业的幼教团队,共同打

造一支学术型专业队伍。


当然,最重要的是关注孩童的全人发展

致力于打造一个没有设限的童年学习环境


今年,中山的老师们因为疫情而只能宅在家与

幼儿互动,但是我们不因为空间而受限,反而

利用更多一对一的方式,与孩子们深入探讨阅

读的乐趣;利用空中连线的机会,给孩子在家

更多自由创作的时间,更多的想象和思考。


我们培养孩子不仅能独立开展阅读,更多的是

培养孩子各方面阅读的技能。


以下是我们的外方主管Phil对于近期孩子们在

家学习和创作的教学分享,快来看看我们将近

20年教龄的老师与孩子的创作吧!


In Zhongshan, we not only have the most beautiful kindergarten building in Shanghai, but also have a professional preschool education team to build an academic professional team.


Of course, the most important thing is to pay attention to children's all-round developmentand strive to create an unlimited learning environment for childhood.


This year, our teachers have to stay at home to interact with children because of the pandemic, but instead of being limited by space, we use more one-to-one ways to discuss the fun of reading with children in-depth; use the opportunity of internet connection to give children more free time, more imagination and thinking to create at home.


We train children not only to be able to read independently, but also to develop their reading skills in all aspects.


The following is our foreign manager Phil's sharing about children's learning and creation at home recently. Let's have a look at Phil, who has nearly 20 years teaching experience, and his students' creation!



Reading

Comprehension


Most of the time, when we think of reading and how our children are doing, we measure by their pronunciation and if they can read the words correctly.


However, at the kindergarten level, we are looking to develop children’s reading skills in more ways than you think.


  1. Figuring out meaning of new words via text or picture clues.

  2. They are learning new words from everything they read, and not just those words that the teacher is teaching them.

  3. They can learn to use tools like the glossary in the book to learn new words

  4. Learning from what they are reading and connecting new fact with something they already know.

  5. Making prediction from reading the title and looking at the front cover.

  6. Making prediction of what might happen on the next page.

  7. Children are using the sounds they already know to figure out the words they see.

  8. Children can sometimes catch their own mistakes when reading and self-correct.

  9. Children can pay attention to periods and commas as they read.


大多数时候,当我们想到阅读, 想了解孩子做得如何时,我们会通过他们的发音以及能否正确地读出单词来衡量。


然而,在幼儿园阶段,我们希望用超乎你的想象,更加多样化的方式来培养孩子的阅读能力。


1. 通过文字或图片猜出生词的意思。

2. 他们从所阅读的每一本读物中学习新单词,而不是仅仅学习老师教他们的那些单词。

3. 他们可以学习使用书中的词汇表之类的工具来学习生词

4. 从他们正在阅读的内容中学习,并将新的事物与已经知道的东西联系起来。

5. 通过阅读标题和看封面对内容做出猜测。

6. 猜测下一页可能发生的事情。

7. 孩子们用他们已经知道的发音来读出看到的单词。

8. 孩子们有时在阅读和自我纠正时会发现自己的错误。

9. 孩子们阅读时会注意句号和逗号。



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I also would like to have the children read with their schema, meaning that they can connect their experience and imagine what the characters might be thinking or feeling, so that they are learning some good social emotional lessons whenever the opportunity presents itself.


We will be talking about our reading focuses in the coming articles, and I want to show just a few examples of what we are doing with our reading lessons here in Zhongshan.


我也希望让孩子们阅读他们的图式,这意味着他们可以把自己的经验联系起来,想象人物可能在想什么或感觉什么,这样他们就可以在真实情况发生时学习一些有益的社会情感课程。


我们将在接下来的文章中讨论我们的阅读重点,在这里仅举几个例子来说明我们在中山阅读课上所做的事情。




1

City Garden


In the book the City Garden, we looked at this page and discussed how the students felt about this garden in the city. Would this garden be a place they like to visit or play in?


During our theme lesson on farm animals, we worked on a multiple meaning word called “litter” (it can mean baby animals born at the same time to the same mother, as well as throwing trashing on the floor). So, as we finished up the book, we discussed which garden would they rather play in. The students mentioned how we can make a place enjoyable by not littering.


在《城市花园》一书中,我们看了这一页,讨论了学生们对城市花园的体会。他们是想去这个花园参观,还是游玩?


在关于农场动物的主题课上,我们研究了一个多义词,叫做“litter”(它可以指同时出生拥有同一个母亲的小动物,也可以指扔在地上的垃圾)。所以,当读完这本书时,我们讨论了孩子们更喜欢在哪个花园里玩耍。他们提到我们怎样才能不乱扔垃圾,使一个地方变得让人喜爱。



City Garden


2

A Hat for Cat


When we read “A Hat for Cat”, the students, not only did we work on learning new words, out blending skills and our knowledge of the letter sounds, the students also had to decide how the cat felt (without looking at the words), and give reasons for their answers. The children were able to describe the cat’s facial expressions and body language to determine whether the cat likes the hat or not.


When the session was over, the children were able to determine the setting of the story and the characters.


We even had a fun project to create a rhyming book of our own.


当我们读“给猫戴帽子”时,学生们不仅要学习新单词,掌握拼音技巧和字母发音知识,还要猜测猫的感觉(不看单词),并给出理由。孩子们能够描述出猫的面部表情和肢体语言,从而确定猫是否喜欢这顶帽子。


课程结束后,孩子们能够确定故事的背景和人物。


我们甚至有一个有趣的项目,做一本自己的押韵书。



“A Jeep for Sheep”   - by Andy


“A Jeep for Sheep” – This sheep did not want a small Jeep, a tall Jeep nor a big Jeep. The sheep wants a cool Jeep :) I would want to get a cool Jeep, too :)


“给羊的吉普车”-这只羊不想要小吉普车、高吉普车和大吉普车。这只羊想要一辆很酷的吉普车:)我也想要一辆很酷的吉普车:)


"A Bat for Bat" - by Zak

The coronavirus has a great side effect. This student does not like to draw when we were having regular classes. It was great to see that he is enjoying the entire writing process as well as the illustrating :) This is what children at this age is supposed to be like, and not just wanting to write “words”.


冠状病毒起了很大的副作用。这个学生一般在课上不喜欢画画。很高兴看到他现在享受整个写作过程的同时,也能看到这样的插图:)这是这个年龄的孩子应该有的样子,而不是仅仅想写“文字”。

A Hat for Cat



上海中山幼儿园


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文字来源 | 上海中山幼儿园

封面、图片来源 | 上海中山幼儿园、K4班家长