20 May 2013
Being in a higher level than a first grader, second graders are more advance in the wider scope of comprehension and other practical skills useful to them in the school. This includes reading and writing ability. Writing involves mastery of grammar and basic understanding of words and other elements of language that make it readable and apprehensible. At some point, a second grader will also be introduced to cursive, which is another style of writing commonly found in the school and is employed in many levels of grade higher than the first. In the second grade, a student would face some challenges in writing since there are so many different tasks
A student needs to be able to fully communicate with the readers through their writing; this is the first requirement a student needs to meet. In order to be able to conduct this communication process in the most correct way, a student has to be able to monitor the meaning borne by each of his or her written words. Once the writing has been made publicly displayed, the student who writes it must be able to take any kind of feedbacks given by readers alike. The revision required in this process may include additional information in the form of more words or cutting down the unnecessary wording that may cause confusion to the readers. (more…)
20 May 2013
A first grader is generally known to have been at the group of which the children have less capability to learn fast. In actuality; while these children indeed have some sort of tendency that directs them into thinking only about playing, it is by no means with no solution. By understanding some basic principles there are to this matter, you or whoever wishes to be able to “conquer” this challenge can simply solve the difficulties and gain the utmost attention from those children you often take having rambunctious nature. This solution is broken down into levels ranging from 1 to 6, each with its own distinct difference.
The first level is the level of Knowledge. With first graders, knowledge is often penetrated into their mind by the method of memorization. Children are tasked with this process until they can remember the memorized items quickly. The most rigid prove to this is the fact that children will be able to remember the sequence of numbers after memorizing them. The second level is the level of Comprehension. Who says anything about first graders cannot comprehend things? Although different from the way us adults see things, concepts are not a thing stranger to them. For example, children able to correlate the amount of money with the numeric symbols representing said amount. (more…)
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