Early Childhood Activity Analysis
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The paper describes the task that was to apply a series of educational practices to a pair of short lessons in which pre-school children learn about colors. The paper shows how the theories of Piaget and Vygotsky were applied to these lessons as were a number of specific strategies such as praising, modeling, describing, etc. The paper posits that the only major criticism of either lesson was the lack of student asked questions.
From the Paper:"The goal of the first activity was to teach a group of twenty, two-year olds about primary colours and develop fine motor skills. The teacher employed a variety of strategies based on the application of Vygotsky's constructivist theories of education and Piaget's stages of cognitive development. Some of the specific strategies include questioning, modeling, asking for suggestions and finally small group work where children applied the lessons learned to sort objects based on their colors. This activity therefore included a number of standards for preschool..."
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