Theory of Steinberg in children development

Steinberg ( 1982) succeeded in his experiment to teach young children between 1,0 and 4,0 to read. He placed five principles of teaching young children to read. Here they are.
1. Reading is not writing. Children can learn to read even though they can write.
2. Reading must be fun for children.
3. Children read words, phrases, sentences that have meaning.
4. Children do not learn to speak but they learn to read. Their competence in understanding verbal language becomes the foundation of learning to read.
5. Teaching to read is not teaching grammar and vocabularies.
Steinberg created programs to teach young children to read based on those five principles.
1. Children must get used to listening, uttering, and reading words. This stage has a goal to make children recognize written words. Children also can distinguish between oral words and written words. They will know the symbols of the words. You can try to put on to words on the wall ” Father and Mother”. You start to teach the sound of those two words. Children will know the difference then you say a word ” father” and ask your young child to point to the word father on the wall. It is nor surprising if your young child can point correctly. The more words you give the more words your children remember.
2. Children recognize words. You’d better put on pictures together with the written names of the pictures.
By seeing the pictures and the words your children will recognize letters or
symbols of the sound. read more

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