Early Childhood Education around the World (4) Interview of " LAMB’S JOURNEY CHRISTIAN VISION SCHOOL" PHILIPPINES
|タイトル||Early Childhood Education around the World (4) Interview of " LAMB’S JOURNEY CHRISTIAN VISION SCHOOL" PHILIPPINES|
|取材先ご芳名||LAMB’S JOURNEY CHRISTIAN VISION SCHOOL|
|住所||Block 12 Lot 35, 2690, Brgy. 185 Manggahan, Quirino Hi-way, Malaria Caloocan City, Philippines|
|The school follows the Early Childhood Education Curriculum by Mission Ministries Philippines they believe education is a way out of poverty. In order to eliminate the cycle of poverty a choice to a better education must be accomplished at an early age. They also implement initiatives that target children to receive the Gospel message of Christ.
Lamb’s Journey Christian Vision School offers Nursery (3 yrs. Old), Kinder (4), Preparatory (5) and by the time the child turns 6 years old he/she is expected to enroll in grade one and so on. They use Literature Base Integrated to play approach or so called the Fuller Approach. As a method of teaching they have differentiated work activities in teaching word attach skills such as time frame, groupings, oral work, seat work. The school starts teaching English from nursery level because they believe that it helps kids face the global domain at an early age. On the other hand, the school teaches 2 languages (Filipino and English).
With regards to the importance of technology in teaching English for young learners the administrator states that “It develops comprehension and critical thinking skills, constructing, understanding concretely and interrelatedly. And as a subject it develops genuine love for English literature. Children learn through active engagement, and she added that, learning English from an early stage will advance the levels of comprehension in English language and a well communication will take place.” -Alma Marie T. Gumba.
As per to the school administrator some of the factors that influence language (English) learning for kids are environment and intentional and in some research there are Internal and External Factors. For internal factors are age, personality, motivation (intrinsic) experiences, cognition and native language and for external factors are the school curriculum, instruction, culture and status, motivation (extrinsic), and access to native speaker. Moreover, the administrator encourages to let the class love and enjoy the learning.
- Formal Field Trip
-Quiz Bee Competition
- A time of reading associated to play
Alma Marie T. Gumba
School Administrator / Facilitator
Cherrylyn dela Cruz