A Powerful Event To Teach Your Nursery Rhymes To
There are many event management terms in use today. Some of the commonly used synonyms of which are: event, occasion, and so on. These words all imply “an event” or “a happening” but event is generally used to indicate an individual occurrence. Occasion means a series of related events.
So what are some of the events which take place and the way in which they can impact your students ability to learn? One of the events is a exam. There are many different types of exams and the term exam means a test. The reason for conducting an exam is for your students ability to learn. An exam may take place during a certain time period and it is important that you inform your students of the date, time and place of the exam.
Another event is a promotion or new position. Promotions and new positions take place every now and then and you will want to inform your students about when these events take place. Students are able to learn a great deal from the main events which take place within a week or so. Main events which can impact the learning of your student’s are research findings, conference meetings, awards evenings and so on. You will want to retell to your students how these important events happen, when the next opportunity arises and so on.
Literary books are an event which occurs each and every year and they have been around for ages. If you want your students to have an easier time understanding the main events which occur throughout the year you need to include literary books in your teaching toolbox. Some of the literary books you should include in your classroom toolbox are; Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol”, Wordsworth’s “Walden”, Emily Dickinson’s ” Dickinson’s Craft”, Mary E. Frye’s “Aesop’s Fables” and Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. In addition to literary books you should include historical books such as “The American Papers of All Nations” by Henry David Thoreau, volumes dealing with civil war and history and so on. Once you start including these different main topics into your teaching toolbox you will see a better understanding of what takes place in our society, how literature is formed, what types of literature are enjoyed and what types are written solely for entertainment.
Other important events to retell to your nursery rhyme teaching toolbox include important holidays like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day and even Children’s Day. You will want to inform your students about these holidays by showing them poems that use these particular words. Additionally you can also show students poems that can celebrate birthdays by using children’s birthdays as a rhyme.
Finally one other important event to bring up when discussing the art of educating students on the importance of reading is movies. Movies are one of the most popular ways to teach children to read. There are two ways to approach this subject; one is to bring the movie in the classroom and the other is to incorporate the movie into the activities your students do. Often times movies can be a wonderful way to get students involved in learning something new while they are watching a movie. Get ready to break out the coloring books and popsicle sticks because you are about to have an awesome time teaching your students about both importance of reading and the art of educating your students on the importance of reading.