Activity reflection 5 through personalized

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Activity Reflection 5 through personalized interactions between scholars and instructors leading to faster learning, cognitive development, and memory enhancement. The goal was to use music to enhance memory, excite the young ones, allow them to learn and remember their peer names as well as make them feel valued by playing with the teacher. The response of the children proved highly positive, and the enthusiasm in participation culminated in the achievement of the objectives: although further encouragement in singing is necessary as opposed to only having fun. The goal was also a combination of music and other entities that children are fond of like animals to achieve learning and classroom-based social development. The choice of song, dance, animals and finger play was a powerful combination that attracted the attention of the young ones and kept them excited until the session was over.
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Activity Reflection 6 References Booren, L., Downer, J., & Vitiello, V. (2012). Observations of Children's Interactions with Teachers, Peers, and Tasks across Preschool Classroom Activity Settings. Early Education & Development , 23 (4), 517-538. Gaertner, B., Spinrad, T., & Eisenberg, N. (2008). Focused attention in toddlers: measurement, stability, and relations to negative emotion and parenting. Infant and Child Development , 17 (4), 339-363. Lee, L., & Lin, S. (2015). The Impact of Music Activities on Foreign Language, English Learning for Young Children. The Impact of Music Activities On Foreign Language, English Learning for Young Children , 10 , 13-23. Mahone, E., & Schneider, H. (2012). Assessment of Attention in Preschoolers. Neuropsychology Review , 22 (4), 361-383. Salmon, J., Booth, M., Phongsavan, P., Murphy, N., & Timperio, A. (2007). Promoting Physical Activity Participation among Children and Adolescents. Epidemiologic Reviews , 29 (1), 144- 159.
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