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It’s a rectangle! The teacher erases the square and draws an oblong in its place. ’. After careful questioning it becomes apparent that she is referring to the front of the cooker rather than the top. The teacher, therefore. adds another narrower rectangle positioned to represent the front of the cooker. Children Put the knobs on now… 24 TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN TO DRAW The teacher draws two round ‘switches’ in the centre of the cooker, even though they are, in reality, positioned on either side of the front section!
The filling for the sandwiches is selected, and the visitor learns about the need for ‘cling film’ or ‘lunch boxes’ if food like this is to be kept until it is dinner time. The visitor poses questions about points she does not understand, and in this way the teacher is able to stretch the children and provide positive reinforcement when they are struggling to explain. Throughout the development of this session all the children are engaged and enjoy `playing out the fiction' and interacting with their teacher in a new way.
MORE IDEAS FOR LESSONS 43 Real Object A bicycle 3 The Children Make Their Own Drawings Each child draws his or her own ‘magic bicycle’ story, referring to the real object which is left in a prominent position in the classroom. Drawings A and B show a real balance between observation of a bicycle and the imaginative context that the children have developed. In drawing A the magic bicycle has transported its rider to sea, with pirates in their elaborate ship on the left of the picture. In drawing B we are provided with a depiction of the landscape through which the bicycle has been ridden before reaching the coast.