18 - The Function of Words: The Noun

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18 - The Function of Words: The Noun

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Naturally, Dr. Montessori did not intend to explain grammar to young children.  Instead, her method makes use of the unique psyche of the...   

In this context, Dr. Montessori saw no difficulty in showing children ranging in age from 5 to 6 years the names of the parts of speech, such as noun, article, adjective and verb. In order for these young children to grasp the meaning of...

The beauty and simplicity of the Montessori Method can be summarized in what we call the "sensorial approach." Taking the example from nature itself, the learning process... 

This peculiar characteristic of natural learning makes the task all the more easy, exciting, and enjoyable.  To exemplify, children do not first acquire...

For this reason, Dr. Montessori referred to the sensorial study of the function of words as psycho-grammar. With this term, she intended to emphasize the fact that grammar could be absorbed...

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These lessons describe and explain on a step-by-step method how to present pertinent Montessori language materials and exercises to children from ages 3 to 6.  The information provided with these notes is not intended to be a substitute for live instruction offered by a formal Montessori teacher preparation course.  For the experienced Montessori teacher, these notes will serve well as enriching professional insights; for the beginner, they will lay a solid foundation for understanding the Montessori Method and for practicing many of its principles and techniques in the role of teacher-assistant or private home-teacher.  Formal courses for the C.M.E. certification program have been discontinued and are no longer offered by The Albanesi Educational Center.

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