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The English Teaching Experience of Non-English Major Child-Care Educator
non-English major child-care educator;English teaching
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 16:34:59 (UTC+8)|
The main purposes of this study were to document the English teaching experience of non-English major child-care educator, understand feedback on English activity from parents and teachers, and explore the researchers’ understanding of teaching experience. The participants were 23 kindergarteners from an elementary school in Kaohsiung County; and the roles of researcher were also the major teaching deliverer and participant observer. Researcher implements English teaching in Year 2007 for nine weeks. In order to ensure the reliability of this study and figure out the developing process of English teaching activities, multiple methods were employed to collect qualitative data relating children’s English learning and teacher’s teaching, such as, teacher’s daily reflection, children’s English work, observation records for children English learning, parent questionnaires, and class teacher interviews, as well as to analyze data.
The results of this study are listed as follows:
1. To implement children English teaching, it was better to focus on cultivate children’s interest in learning and fundamental English abilities.
2. To implement children English teaching, it s better to use nursery rhymes, picture books, and daily conversation into activity.
3. Non-English major child-care educator with excellent English-teaching ability is helpful for children to learn English.
4. The English teachers who have early childhood knowledge background are helpful for curricular arrangement and classroom management.
Based on the results of this study, researcher made some study-related suggestions for childhood teachers, kindergartens, and English teacher educational administration institutions.
Keywords: non-English major child-care educator, English teaching.
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