Lessons from Montessori

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Test 2 Question 1. Presentations are offered to children so that they can perform activities. How do you differentiate between activities and presentations? Presentations are: 1. Introducing the educational materials to the child, so that the child can perform and work with them in a purposeful manner while, It is said that the Activity of the child will become purposeful only when or if the materials used is for the purpose it has been created. 2. Presentations in Montessori has two forms, it can be direct presentations and indirect presentations. Direct Presentations has three types: Collective Presentations, Group Presentations and Individual Presentations. 3. Presentations are offered when the child is…show more content…
There will be a positive challenge for them, that when they have successfully completed the task they will feel a sense of accomplishment and want to do it again. And children will have an enjoyable experience and love what they are learning. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Some actions that are done with a certain purpose. 2. Simply ways of teaching children how to do things properly. 3. In Montessori, Activities may be presented through Collectively, Group and Individual. 4. Activities perform by the adults are activities to get work done. 5. Activities done by the children are to get fun, feel his/her independence and confidence and most especially is in order to learn. 6. Activities are shown giving the child only the essential framework required for understanding, the bare minimum. By giving the bare minimum we create the opportunity for children to be at liberty to explore, hypothesis and think creatively. 7. Ihn Montessori, the activity children undertake strengthen their ability to make choices and act upon their own judgments and decisions. The activity also strengthens the child’s ability to act for themselves and through the successful completion of activities self-chosen and self-corrected they develop a powerful love of learning and of life itself.
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