Revision as of 19:32, 13 October 2009 by Rosalia
- A vase.
- A flower.
- A pitcher of water.
- A small glass.
- Strips of paper.
- Grammar symbols previously used and the symbol for the preposition.
- The directress writes a label for the flower and one for the vase.
- The child labels the objects and places the corresponding symbols over the words.
- In red the directress writes another label with the preposition in.
- The child reads it; the label is placed between the other two labels, and the child reads the whole phrase.
- The flower must now be placed in the vase as the label says.
- This word in made the flower change its position.
- This word is a preposition and its symbol is this little green bridge.
- The bridge was chosen to indicate a union, a close relationship between these two objects.
- The objects labels are reversed and read - the green vase in the yellow flower. This does not make sense.
- The exercise is repeated with the water and the glass, putting out labels and symbols, the preposition in, and its symbol.
- The child pours water into the glass.
- The positions of the nouns are reversed but this time, it is possible.
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