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In pre-school child is better first to teach writing in capital letters, simultaneously studied reading, and then just move on to the training of traditional calligraphy.

1. Diagnosis of learning readiness printed letter

In order to teach a child to read, you want to check the readiness of the visual and auditory memory in learning printed letter.

1.1. Willingness to learn visual memory printed letter

Child show a printed letter, and he should pencil or pen to write correctly outline of this letter. Child shows up to 10 characters in turn and removed from sight. Child in turn their "draws" on paper from memory.

1.1.1. Readiness Assessment of visual learning pamyatik printed letter

If the child correctly drew the outlines of the letters, his visual memory is ready to learn the printed letter.

If the child made a gross error in most letters or not able to draw the shape of the letters, his visual memory is not ready to learn.

1.1.2. Correction readiness visual memory to literacy printed letter

Give the child a piece of paper and a pencil, show him the letters printed on a single, albeit records, until it learns to play correctly outlines printed letters from memory. Record the model and there is a correction of visual memory.

1.2. Auditory training readiness pamyatik competent printed letter

The child must be able to hear the rumor secreted sound of names of any subject. Check start with monosyllables, in which vowel is missing. Write on a piece of paper printed consonants in monosyllabic word, instead put a vowel point and tell the child what is the word, stretching missing vowel. So check out the pass 6 simple vowels (a, o, u, s, e, s) in monosyllables. If a child can easily determine missed vowel in monosyllables, then it can complicate the task.

1.2.1. Readiness Assessment hearing pamyatik literacy printed letter

If a child can easily determine missed vowel in monosyllables, the willingness to learn auditory memory printed letter 100%.

If the child can identify and name the missing vowel sound of words by using the name of an adult - his auditory memory is ready to learn the letter printed using adult, ie need a slight correction auditory memory on mastering the skill to allocate missing vowel sound of the names on their own words.

If a child is unable to allocate missing vowel sound of the name of the object with serious adult assistance, its auditory memory is not ready for literacy printed letter.

1.2.2. Correction readiness hearing pamyatik literacy printed letter

While the child does not hear and can not be called a missing vowel words from the title, it needs to be corrected auditory memory for literacy printed letter.

Correction is as follows: missing vowel word from the title stretches as long as is required for a child to have heard him, and repeated.

"MA-AA-AA, D-O-O-O-OM, etc."

Correction begins with monosyllabic words with missing vowels simple, then as you learn more complicated tasks.

When the child can independently select and missed call vowel in monosyllabic word, it is already possible to begin to train competent printed letter.

Note: it is inherent in the program, "How to learn to read before school"

Calligraphy training can begin after mastering printed letter, upon availability of visual and auditory memory in learning this kind of activity. Since here is actively involved fine motor skills of hands - its development at the time of learning. Learning technologies have several. Most harmless for preschoolers, in my opinion, is a stroke sanding finger written letters on the plan followed by writing letters on a sheet of landscape ...


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