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Examination of the Affect of Montessori Education on Language Development of Pre-School Children
Available from: Index Copernicus International
Publication: Academic Research International, vol. 7, no. 5
Date: Dec 2016
Asia, Child development, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Language acquisition, Language development, Middle East, Montessori method of education, Preschool children, Turkey, Western Asia
Abstract/Notes: At this research, the effects of Montessori Education to language development of preschool children were examined. The sampling population of the research constituted of 35 children, 14 males and 21 females. Of the sampling population, 17 children participated to Experiment and 18 children participated to Control Group. During the research, the pattern with pretest-posttest control group was used. In order to get information on children and their families who participated in the research, "Personal Data Form" was used. To measure the language development of the children, Descoeudres Language Test, Dictionary and Language Test, Peabody Picture-Vocabulary Test were used. During the analysis of data obtained from experimental process, Two-Way ANOVA for Repeated Measures on One Factor, Paired Samples T Test, Mann-Whitney U Test and Kruskall Wallis Test were used. According to the result of research, a significant difference was found between language development of pre-school children who receive education with Montessori Method and also education according to The Ministry of Education, Preschool Education Program.
ISSN: 2223-9944, 2223-9553
Montessori Yönteminin Beş-Altı Yaş Çocuklarının Alıcı Dil Gelişimine Etkisinin İncelenmesi / Examination of the Affect of Montessori Method on Receptive Language of Kindergarten Children
Available from: Selçuk University (Turkey)
Publication: Selçuk Üniversitesi Türkiyat Araştırmaları Dergisi / Selçuk University Journal of Studies in Turcology, vol. 1, no. 26
Asia, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Language acquisition, Language development, Middle East, Montessori method of education, Montessori method of education - Evaluation, Turkey, Western Asia
Abstract/Notes: Bu araştırmada, Montessori yönteminin beş - altı yaş çocuklarının alıcı dil becerilerine etkisiincelenmiştir. Araştırma, deneme modelinde gerçekleştirilmiştir. Araştırmanın çalışma grubunu,2008 – 2009 yıllarında Selçuk Üniversitesi Mesleki Eğitim Fakültesi İhsan DoğramacıUygulama Anaokulu’nda eğitim gören toplam 40 çocuk oluşturmaktadır. Veri toplama aracıolarak Peabody Resim-Kelime Testi kullanılmıştır. Araştırma sonucuna göre, Montessori yöntemiile eğitim alan beş - altı yaş çocuklarının alıcı dil becerileri ile Milli Eğitim BakanlığıOkul Öncesi Eğitim Programına göre eğitim alan beş - altı yaş çocuklarının alıcı dil becerileriarasında anlamlı bir fark bulunmuştur. / At this research, the effects of Montessori Method to receptive language skills of five-six aged children were examined. This research was carried out with essay form. Working group of research consists of totally 40 kindergarten children who received education between 2008- 2009 academy years in Ihsan Dogramaci Application Kindergarten, Faculty of Vocational Education, Selcuk University. Peabody Picture-Vocabulary Test was used as data collection tool. According to the result of research, a significant difference was found between receptive language skills of kindergarten children who receive education with Montessori Method and also education according to The Ministry of Education, Preschool Education Program.
Montessori e Wittgenstein: Il linguaggio come costruzione del mondo / Montessori y Wittgenstein: El lenguaje como construcción del mundo / Montessori and Wittgenstein: Language as construction of the world
Available from: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
Publication: RELAdEI (Revista Latinoamericana de Educación Infantil), vol. 7, no. 2-3
Date: Dec 2018
Abstract/Notes: Maria Montessori e Ludwig Wittgenstein hanno apportato un contributo significativo allo sviluppo del concetto di linguaggio in ambito educativo. Muovendo dalla sfera del linguaggio parlato e passando poi a quella del linguaggio scritto, l’articolo che segue ha come proposito quello di far emergere le affinità concettuali rintracciate all’interno delle opere dei due autori. Tale parallelismo ha origine comune nella centralità affidata al rapporto interdipendente tra pensiero e linguaggio. L’articolo qui proposto vuole soprattutto amplificare il messaggio filosofico ed etico che accompagna questo pensiero comune ad entrambi gli autori e che può essere così riassunto: un ambiente educativo all’interno del quale venga promossa una visione filosofica ed etica del linguaggio permette al bambino di migliorare la qualità della propria vita intima e sociale. / Maria Montessori y Ludwig Wittgenstein han aportado una contribución significativa en el desarrollo del concepto de lenguaje en el ámbito educativo. Empezando por la esfera del lenguaje hablado y atravesando la de la escritura, este artículo se propone resaltar las afinidades conceptuales delineadas entre las obras de los dos autores. Este paralelismo encuentra orígenes comunes en la centralidad conferida al vínculo entre pensamiento y lenguaje. El propósito de este artículo es el de destacar el mensaje filosófico y ético que acompaña el pensamiento de los dos autores y que puede ser así resumido: un entorno educativo dentro del cual sea promovida una visión filosófica y ética del lenguaje, permite al niño mejorar la calidad de su propia vida interior y social. / Maria Montessori and Ludwig Wittgenstein contributed to formulate notions of language in the field of education. Starting from spoken language and moving to the written word, this article aims to unfold the conceptual resemblances in both authors. This parallelism finds common origins in the centrality conferred on the relationship between thought and language. The purpose of this article is to highlight the philosophical and ethical message that accompanies the thoughts of the two authors and that can be summarized that way: an educational environment within which a philosophical and ethical vision of language is promoted allows the child to improve the quality of their own individual and social life.
Five Factors Influencing the Students’ Motivation to Learn English as a Foreign Language: A Closer Look into Montessori Classroom Environment
Available from: Universitas Lancang Kuning (Indonesia)
Publication: REiLA: Journal of Research and Innovation in Language, vol. 2, no. 2
Date: Aug 2020
Abstract/Notes: Good learning environment will bring out qualified students. This study focuses on the Montessori method, which is an approach of education designed to train the students’ independence in learning. The study uses descriptive quantitative research design to describe the factors of Montessori classroom environment on the motivation of students in Royal Prime Montessori Elementary School Pekanbaru in academic year 2018/2019. The sample of study is 55 students selected from five classes. The data were collected using questionnaire and observation checklist. This study found five factors influencing the students’ motivational condition, i.e., teacher’s presence, personal attitude, Montessori materials, classroom conditions and friends’ influence. This study revealed that the students taught with this method are active and cooperative during their English learning activities.
Recursion in Development: Support for a Biological Model of Language
Publication: Language and Speech, no. 3
Pelatihan untuk Mengajar Bahasa dan Matematika Berbasis Metode Montessori di Sekolah Dasar [Training for Teaching Language and Mathematics Based on the Montessori Method in Elementary Schools]
Available from: EJOURNAL (Indonesia)
Publication: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat [Journal of Community Service], vol. 6, no. 1
Abstract/Notes: An important aspect that determines learning success is the learning method used by the teacher. Teacher prospective teachers should have broad insights related to learning methods. Prospective teachers and teachers need to vary the learning model. Montessori method is one method that follows the natural tendencies of children and teachers need to prepare learning that follows the stages of child development. Based on these thoughts, community service is carried out to help prospective teachers and teachers' insights about the Montessori method. The sequence of community service activities is the training and mentoring of prospective teachers, the implementation of learning by the Montessori method by prospective teachers, evaluation and reflection on the results of implementation, preparation of training materials for elementary school teachers, and the activity ends with the evaluation and training of Montessori methods for elementary teachers. The result of community service is that prospective teachers are happy to have classroom experience and 100% of students are happy because they are involved in innovative learning activities, the Montessori method. In addition, teachers also get experience training in Montessori methods.
Duyu Eğitiminin Otistik Çocukların Alıcı Dil Gelişimine Etkileri / Evaluation of Sensorial Education on Receptive Language Development of Autistic Children
Available from: DergiPark Akademik
Publication: Kastamonu Eğitim Dergisi / Kastamonu Education Journal, vol. 25, no. 5
Asia, Autism in children, Children with disabilities, Developmentally disabled children, Language acquisition, Language development, Middle East, Montessori materials, Montessori method of education, Sensorial education, Sensorial materials, Turkey
Abstract/Notes: This study aimed to evaluate a sensorial education program using Montessori sensorial materials on receptive language development of 8 young children (DSM-V) with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). At the end of 6 months intervention period, the sensory processing of the participants was evaluated using Sensory Processing Evaluation Form for Children with ASD and their receptive language level was measured using Peabody Picture – Vocabulary Test. In this study, multiple survey models between subjects were used in single subject design. The emerging findings of the research suggest that there is a substantial improvement in auditory, visual and tactile skills of five out of eight participants. The remainder three participants demonstrated increase in their receptive language scores but a little improvement was observed in their auditory, tactile and visual comprehension. / Bu araştırmada, montessori materyalleri ile sunulan duyusal entegrasyon programının otizmli çocukların alıcı dil gelişimi üzerine etkisinin incelenmesi amaçlanmıştır. Araştırma grubunu, bir okul öncesi kurumunda kaynaştırma eğitimine devam eden, DSM-V kriterlerine göre otizm tanısı almış 8 otizmli çocuk oluşturmaktadır. Çalışma öncesi ve sonrasında çalışma grubunu oluşturan otizmli çocuklar duyusal açısı ve alıcı dil düzeyleri; Peabody Resim-Kelime Testi ve Otizmli Çocuklar İçin Duyusal Değerlendirme Formu kullanılarak değerlendirilmişlerdir. Bu çalışmada, tek-denekli araştırma yöntemlerinden, denekler arası çoklu yoklama modeli kullanılmıştır.Çalışmanın sonucunda; araştırma grubundaki çocuklardan beşinin; işitsel, görsel ve dokunsal algı becerilerinde önemli ölçüde başarı sağladıkları ve dil puanlarının yükseldiği gözlenmiştir. Diğer üç denekte ise; alıcı dil puanlarının yükseldiği ancak işitsel, dokunsal ve görsel algılarındaki artışın daha sınırlı olduğu görülmüştür.
Building Vietnamese Language System for Children 5-7 Years of Age with Montessori Method
Available from: Macrothink Institute
Publication: Journal of Studies in Education, vol. 9, no. 4
Abstract/Notes: Language is a very socially important and basic structure of thought. It allows the child to integrate into society and dealing with abstract concepts. The principle of language education is that Montessori language is attached to human life; language is a form of sound or image that represents human perception of objective or subjective life. Thus, Maria's principle of language development is attached to things, from abstract objects to linguistic sounds, and from linguistic sounds to symbolic characters. This article systematizes Maria Montessori's core views on children’s language acquisition as well as the principles affecting this process. Subsequently, it analyzes the development principles of the Montessori method as a basis for lesson and teaching tools development for Vietnamese language education.
The Development of Language With Beginners at Day Schools
Available from: National Archives (USA)
Publication: Indian School Journal, vol. 15, no. 10
Date: Jun 1915
Second Language Corner for Children’s House: A Practitioner–Researcher Journey Into Bilingualism in Montessori Education
Available from: University of Kansas Libraries
Publication: Journal of Montessori Research, vol. 7, no. 1
Abstract/Notes: This work reports, from a qualitative research perspective, the development of an English Corner project for a preschool Children’s House classroom in central Mexico over the course of a 3-year period. It shows the transition of a language specialist over six consecutive periods of work, from a traditional understanding and practice of teaching English as a second language to young learners into a more comprehensive one of the Montessori Method. The analysis of my own practice is used to recover insights through a reflective process with the intention to develop a second language (L2) Montessori program for 3- to 6-year-olds that aligns better with Montessori pedagogy. Variables such as instruction time, setting, group constitution, materials, and teaching and learning strategies allowed for certain aspects to arise as leading points of interest for the focus of the analysis and the methodological and pedagogical adaptations that followed each period. This paper is an attempt to fill the gap between the need to deliver a second language effectively in Montessori education and the lack of guidance for doing it the Montessori way; it is especially for practitioners who do not have a Montessori background but also for Montessori-trained teachers for whom more specific preparation would aid their practice. I also hope to stimulate further research in the field of second language acquisition and multilingualism in Montessori education at every level of education.