TOPIC 3: Pedagogical Principles of Teaching Songs and Poetry to Young Learners

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TOPIC 3: Pedagogical Principles of Teaching Songs and Poetry to Young Learners
1 Pedagogy: the art of teaching
2 Principles: ideas, truths or beliefs used as a base for reasoning or action.
3 Pedagogy Principles = a rich set of practical, instructional experiences and can be used to deal with new practical problems.
4 Pedagogical Principles of KSSR Language Arts
4.1 back to basics
4.2 learning is fun, meaningful and purposeful
4.3 teaching is learner-centered
4.4 integration of ICT
4.5 character-building
4.6 assessment for learning
5 Culture
5.1 Get to know parts of a foreign culture.
5.2 We are living in multi-cultural country.
5.3 Children curious about everything new.
5.4 Natural, real and make sense to the child.
5.5 Active discovery and construction of meaning and lead to the use of language as a vehicle.
5.6 Feel closer to the foreign language and its language.
6 Content
6.1 Based on the syllabus.
6.2 Consider the status of the vocabulary in the lesson.
6.3 Make sure the meaning is clear.
6.4 Encourage children to notice the form.
6.5 Provide a variety of opportunities for recognizing, practicing, and using the songs and poems.
7 Interest
7.1 Extend and develop pupils' skills according to their personal interests and abilities.
7.2 Need to have the motivation, develop imagination, stimulate curiosity, draw on personal experience, encourage participation and create a desire to continue learning.
8 Values
8.1 Relate learning to personal experiences
8.2 Make connections between their understanding of lesson themes and their own personal experiences.
8.3 Promotes 'ownership' of learning.
8.4 Inculcate good moral values indirectly through poems and songs.
9 Age
9.1 Appropriate for the age group and the level of the language.
9.2 Too complicated and difficult stories may have discouraging affects on children.
9.3 Use simple words and materials that are easy to explain about.
9.4 Needs to be related to their lives and fantasy as children in their ages have their own imagination.
10 Resources
10.1 Include different poets, genres, topics and themes.
10.2 Cover multiple time periods (historical, past, present, future)
10.3 Include literature with a collection of unforgettable characters.
11 Proficiency Level
11.1 Use speech appropriate to children's proficiency level
11.2 Make it comprehensible.
11.3 Simplifying the sentence you use, using repetition and speaking at a slower pace.

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