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When my son messed around and didn't put the information in his head, I removed priviliges. It didn't take any time at all to get going with rote memory! They have to have a need to get it in their head. Once that need is created they perform! Good luck.  sam

posted by sam444 on August 24, 2008 at 2:19 PM | link to this | reply

How bubble-kids learn English?

How bubble-kids learn English?

little children handing out to draw a candy bubble gum
for sure every kid will dream for a couple
contained inside a sphere-shade transparent bubble bottle
for every coin there rumbles a ball coming down along the tunnel
one out of hundred colorfuls dancing upon the upper funnel
 
each little hand getting one colorful gum
reaching it towards the tongue
chew chew chew that is so yummy
for every kid blows out different color that is so unique
forming different shapes of characters from each potential growing techique
paving ways of different roles as a guardian, facilitator, ruler or artist
for each successful blow of a kid
standing for a recognized step of one's growth of wisedom and wits
 
targeting at the goal of students' autonomy
once upon a time in her classroom country
giving her students bubbles of design
telling them to chew chew chem to produce their favourite food menu
for she believes we are what we eat
food gives precious nutrients everyone needs
of course the proper one must be tailor made by the righteous one who teaches
that's why that time that who teaches chose the topic about "eat"
as that's the favor of every kid
 
flying kids' menus onto the decoration board neatly
the whole place becomes the students' automony
in which teaching, learning and interacting between teacher and kids take place at the same pace
naturally beyond any boring textbooks but a life process that integrates
shifting the classroom-teacher-student dynamics
a simple decoration of her S1 kids
resembling a little teacher's dream
changing spoon-feeding dynamics and the rigid tasteless book of unreal texts
into a simple, spontaneous and authentic spere to interact

posted by irishih on August 23, 2008 at 9:55 PM | link to this | reply

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