Montessori Language | Ages 3 to 6

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Children from 3 to 6 years old have a great need to communicate. In this course you will learn to promote your oral language, as well as the beginning of writing and reading in a dynamic way with the appropriate materials.

Oral expression is basic for the development of children in other areas, such as emotional or social!

MONTESSORI COURSES FOR THE STAGE OF 3 TO 6 YEARS

Discover all the courses for childhood education and specialise in the 3 to 6 years stage

MONTESSORI COURSES FOR THE STAGE OF 3 TO 6 YEARS

Discover all the courses for childhood education and specialise in the 3 to 6 years stage

Objectives

THEORY

Know the theoretical foundations related to learning to write and read in Montessori pedagogy.

PURPOSES

Identify the general purposes and characteristics of the Language area in the House of Children.

LANGUAGE IN CHILDREN

Reflect on the importance of language in this stage.

EXERCISES

Know the groups of exercises that comprise it and their sequence.

MATERIALS

Know some distinctive materials of each group of exercises.

IDENTIFICATION

Identify the main stages of the development of oral language according to Montessori and some considerations to favor it.

Information

  • Teaching team with great knowledge and international experience in Montessori classrooms.
  • Didactic material: in our virtual campus you will find theoretical and practical content and videos.

In the House of Children, Montessori approach focuses on promoting the development of oral language and the beginning of the writing and reading processes.

The materials focus on children’s communication needs and are presented dynamically.

Through reading, children will be able to venture into any area of ​​knowledge; oral and written expression skills are also a fundamental part of global development, with implications for emotional, motor, cognitive and social aspects.

 

“That insatiable activity could be compared to a waterfall. The children wrote everywhere: on the doors, on the walls and even at home on the bread crust. When they had the idea that I was transmitting my thoughts to them as if I were talking to them (while I was reading) they began to take the pieces of paper that I had written about, to try to read them in a corner of the class ” – María Montessori

 

Purposes and foundations of the language area in the Children’s House

  • Study and composition of language.
  • Sensory periods related to communication skills.
  • Stages of speech development.
  • Recommendations to promote oral language between the ages of three and six.

Indirect preparation for writing and reading

  • Some practical life exercises.
  • Some exercises with sensory materials.
  • Examples of activities.

Language exercise groups at the Children’s House

  • Enrichment of oral language.
  • Aids to the development of writing.
  • Aids to reading development.
  • Examples of activities.

Language is one of the aspects that distinguishes human beings and fulfills a double function: individual expression and the opportunity to relate to others, hence the importance of promoting oral and written communication skills from the early years. This course is very useful in: School in house; Toy libraries; Day care centers; After-school reinforcement centres: etc.

  • Teachers.
  • Professionals interested in early childhood education.
  • Students of infant, primary education, etc.
  • Homeschoolers families (homeschooling)
  • Educators for Toy library
  • Educators specialists Special Educational Needs
  • Grandparents, families and other professional profile interest in these developmental stages
  • Psychologists, speech therapists, Pediatricians, therapists, Neurologists
  • Educators / as children
  • Mothers and fathers
  • Babysitter
  • Other educational environments
  • Any professional interested in educational innovation
  • People who promote actions in favor of Ecology.

After completing and successfully completing the activities requested at the end of each module, the student will receive a Certificate in digital format stating the completion and use of the course, awarded by the International Montessori Institute as the official training center for Montessori pedagogy.

Registering for the course is very simple, you must click on the “Take this Course” button that you will find under the course title.

Once this is done, the shopping cart will appear with the course you have chosen, and you must click on “Proceed to checkout”, or continue browsing our website to add new courses to your cart.

The next step will be to fill in the form with the billing information and choose the payment method: by card or Paypal, and click on “Place order”.

After the registration process, you will automatically receive a welcome email, which will include your access codes so that you can start the course. Remember that you have up to 30 days to complete the course.

Remember that after reading or viewing the content of the lessons you must press the “Completed” button, and thus proceed to the next topic. 

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