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Early Childhood Curriculum in Latvian Language and Literature
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Usually main type of activity for pre-school children curriculum occors throught games, so the teaching process is organised that children can learn by playing and throught this learning process children takes over community experience, acquire knowledge, skills to create attitudes, explore themselves and also act independently.
Early childhood education programms provides preparation to primary school, incluging the development of individuality, mental, physical, social development, independence, creativity, strengthening health and also improving basic skills of state language.
Teaching methods and curriculm in early childhood education dipends from children stage of development and age. There is four levels in children stage of development.
Curriculum in Latvian early childhood education includes such subjects: latvian language, folklore, natural-sciences, social sciences and ethics, music, physical education, visual art, housekeeping and technology. Curriculum for early childhood education in Latvian language and literature is grouped in four sections, which are listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Literacy and language is important, thats obvious! Throught speaking, writing people can express how they fell, what they think and they can funcionate in daily life and can find job, succesfully greduate school or read books. This is one of the reasons why it is important to learn literacy when children is as young and when it’s two or three years old children absorbe information more quickly and learns more faster. It’s also scientificaly proved that children who fall in love with the experience of literacy and reading when they’re young are more likely to enjoy it when they get older.
Some children need extra help, because of some learning differences or other types of challenges, but reading helps children to prepare for learning other subjects when they become pupils or students in schools.
Literacy not only improves children vocabular, but also helps strengthen their emotional bonds between the child and his or her parent or teacher.
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