Only interested in learning can work harder. Parents want their children to learn English well. The first thing is to cultivate their children's interest in learning. Let's share with you how to cultivate children's interest in learning?
1、 With the help of various methods to attract the attention of children
Children learning English, can attract them is certainly fresh, vivid, vivid things, such as pictures, videos, etc. can be borrowed. For children, they are more sensitive to bright colors and vivid sounds. They like bright cartoon pictures and animations, cheerful nursery rhymes and sweet teachers. Parents can use the methods mentioned above when they accompany their children to learn English. Of course, the effect will be better if they cooperate with exaggerated voice and body movements.
2、 Develop children's imagination and enhance their interest in learning
Children are always interested in the world around them, and curiosity is also their nature. As parents, it is very important to tap their interest points and imagination. For example, when parents accompany their children to read storybooks, they can read them in a few days and teach them to use the words they have learned to describe the things in the books. After reading the story of the day, you can also try to let the children use their imagination to guess the development of the next story. When reading the whole story book, let the children tell the story to other children in the way of narration, so as to exercise their expression ability.
3、 Appropriate use of reward mechanism
Children always like to be praised and rewarded. Appropriate reward can make them more confident and stimulate their interest in learning. But we must pay attention to moderation, do not let children's learning become "purposeful". Children over 5 years old gradually begin to have a sense of competition. For them, rewarding stars is not only a symbol, but also a prize for their serious study and speaking English aloud, representing their recognition. It is suggested that in the process of learning, physical rewards can be agreed, and they can be affirmed by high fives or thumbs up. These small actions will let the child's self-esteem be satisfied, forming a positive psychological hint.