Systematic Elementary Education
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The systematic approach to elementary education can be applied to the kindergarten level by looking at what makes up the systematic approach, what the positive benefits of using the approach are, and what the systematic approach looks like in the classroom environment. This paper shows that the teacher using this approach will be better prepared to address the learning goals of the kindergarten class in a positive and progressive manner because the systematic approach to elementary education includes a great deal of attention being paid to aligning classroom goals with classroom practice. That is, in this system of instruction, the goals of the class are clear, and the teacher works with the students to achieve these goals in a manner that is dynamic and well-directed. The paper focuses on the system's approach from theory to reality.
From the Paper:"In her article, Vicki Snider discusses systematic and explicit approaches to teaching in the teacher-centered classroom, using the context of phonemic awareness to make points about these approaches and their utility. Snider presents many positive benefits to using the systematic approach, stating that to effectively teach phonemic awareness (the awareness on the part of the student of concepts such as initial and final sounds and rhyming), teachers must use many of the skills that are stressed in this approach. For example, Snider shows how teachers who are stressing phonemic awareness at the early elementary level must start by modeling behavior, before moving in to practice and engage the classroom in a dynamic in which they partake in structured activities."
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