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A Voice of Her Own: Kate Chopin's Edna Pontellier
How children, through play learn about their world and how this knowledge has been used.
# 4182 | 1,760 words | 9 sources | 2001 | US


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This paper shows the learning processes of young children through play and how a study of the results of this can be used in formal and informal educational settings. An overriding principle will be that play is both natural and important for children. Through play, children learn about their world.

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"All these educators had some similarities. They all looked for ways to capitalize on the child's inherent nature and tendency to explore his world. They all recognized the young child as a concrete learner who learns best with hands-on activities."

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A Voice of Her Own: Kate Chopin's Edna Pontellier (2002, May 04) Retrieved August 17, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/a-voice-of-her-own-kate-chopin-edna-pontellier-4182/

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"A Voice of Her Own: Kate Chopin's Edna Pontellier" 04 May 2002. Web. 17 August. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/a-voice-of-her-own-kate-chopin-edna-pontellier-4182/>

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