Views: 7 Author: 第一组汪文娟 Publish Time: 2018-12-22 Origin: Site
Parents and teachers are often heard to evaluate children and say that some of them are quick to respond. Some of them are slow - witted, the problems are less prone to deformation, and they will not be solved. Some languages are not clearly expressed, east and west, without organization. And some talk and tell stories in perfect order. These are all evaluations of children's thinking level. How to do it to train children's thinking? In order to make children grow up at a higher level? First, enrich children's living environment. Life experience is the only way to remember. Because of " being well informed", children can remember and tell a lot of stories. In the process of hearing, hearing and eye - catching, children will leave deep impressions on things that are vivid, interesting or cause them joy or surprise, and will remain in memory for a long time. These impressions will cause associations when they encounter new things, making it easier to remember new things. Second, play memory games. You can use cards to play games with your children. For example, show the children the items in many pictures and then ask, " If we go for a picnic, which of these items will be taken away?" You and your children say one thing, I say one thing, and slowly all the things you can choose are said out. Third, design the prompt language. The tips for finding memory are very helpful to children. For example, when you teach your child to know " left" and " right", ask the child to draw a " mouth" with the thumb and forefinger of both hands. The hand points to the right, which means " right". And the corresponding " right" is the " left" and " mouth" vertical sets that merge into the middle and become the left. It can also be expressed in body language or dance. In this way, every time you do an action, the child will immediately think of it. After a few times, he will not need your reminder to memorize it. Fourth, give children positive hints. Anyone who has a good memory must have full confidence in his memory. If you want to build up this confidence, you must give the child a positive hint and tell him, " Baby, this is very simple and you can definitely remember!" Five, separate paragraphs, divide and conquer. If the child is going to recite a poem or a large part of the lines in a small play, you might as well ask the child to open these words, read them in small pieces and then recite them. Six, practice, practice, practice again. You might as well repeat something they want to recite aloud with your children. After repeating it a few more times, your children will find recitation very simple. Often take an examination of the child's new words or additions and subtractions, and the more you practice, the more skilled the child will be. After taking an examination of the child's simple words, the depth should be deepened quickly. Taking an examination of his more difficult words, the child will gradually realize that memory is a positive process, he will feel more and more smart because of his efforts, and he will become more and more confident because he can handle so many problems tactfully.