How to teach children to express in long sentences?
It should be that many teachers and parents have encountered children who often mix Chinese and English or only use Chinese words to express when practicing speaking Chinese.This phenomenon often occurs when children are just starting to learn Chinese and when the difficulty of learning Chinese increases.
To solve this problem, we first need to analyze the reasons for the children's behavior in a targeted manner.For zero-based kids, they have just started to learn Chinese, and they have not learned enough Chinese vocabulary and sentence patterns, so it is difficult to speak long sentences.In many cases, they can only express thoughts with the word have already learned. For example, when expressing the weather, mood, and learning status, they can only say "很好".It cannot be expressed in more complete sentences such as "今天的天气很好", nor can it be described in more advanced words such as "晴朗".This is all related to the vocabulary that the child knows, so to solve the problems caused by this reason, it is necessary to expand the vocabulary.
Another reason is that with the passage of time in learning Chinese, the content becomes more and more difficult. If children do not have a good grasp of knowledge, they will not dare to speak.Not sure whether the answer is correct, fear of making mistakes, etc. will make the child directly speak vocabulary instead of the original long sentence.So for this situation, remembering the knowledge points and giving children some confidence in the learning process can effectively solve this problem.
Since some children do not have a Chinese language environment at school, we can do some simple exercises at home to improve their Chinese proficiency and help children express themselves in long sentences.For example, in the "command game", parents can speak a Chinese sentence to express some kind of command.For example, "put the cup on the table", let the child do this action directly, and report the result: "I have put the cup on the table".This kind of exercise can not only test whether the child can understand, but also exercise the child's ability to speak long sentences.If the child makes a mistake when speaking a long sentence, we must point it out in time and correct it, so that the child can remember it more firmly.
In addition, we can also play word solitaire and sentence solitaire games. This kind of game is more suitable for children with a large vocabulary accumulation, because it tests vocabulary. So older children will be more interested in this kind of game, which is more challenging for them.
In daily life, we can use the above two methods to match rewards, or use points to exchange for gifts that children want after a certain period of time, so as to keep children motivated to learn Chinese.
In fact, many children are willing to speak Chinese, but they just need some encouragement. As long as we have more patience and support, it is not a big problem for children to speak Chinese!