Child Development

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 267
  • Published : October 2, 2011
Open Document
Text Preview
Montessori St. Nicholas
Foundation Course (Birth – 6)
 
 
Unit No.  13
Assignment  13a: What are the essential qualities of a good Montessori teacher, and why are these essential from the child's point of view? Assignment  13b:  Describe in detail the changing demands made on the teacher and how she adjusts her role in the classroom accordingly?  

 
Name:            | Lim C. Chong |
MSN Student Reference:| 14789|
Address:| 43 Alexander StreetCockle BayHowickAUCKLANDNew Zealand|  
 
 

Contents of Assignment 13
Introduction......................................................................... 3 Assignment No: 13a.......................................................... 4 Introduction......................................................................... 4 Role of Montessori Teacher................................................. 5 Formal Training.................................................................. 7 Spiritual Preparation......................................................... 10 Conclusion and summary.................................................. 14 Assignment No: 13b....................................................... 16 Demands on the Montessori teacher................................. 17 Establishment of order....................................................... 18 Discipline vs. Spontaneous activity................................... 19 Before concentration is established.................................. 20 Concentration is achieved through a process.................... 21 When Concentration is achieved....................................... 22 Conclusion......................................................................... 24 Bibliography..................................................................... 25 
Introduction

 
Objective of this document| Objective of this documentThe objective of this paper is to provide the answers for Unit 13, Assignment 13 a & b of the MSN foundation course. This paper is separated into two sections. Each section title contains the Assignment number and the associated question.|  

Document structureand conventions| Presentation approachThis essay is presented using the Information Mapping presentation style, which is a structured approach to documentation. The information Mapping presentation style is described in detail in the report for Assignment 1. The following conventions are applied to the text formats in this assignment:Ø      ‪Normal essay content in normal Arial 12 font size‬Ø      ‪" Quotes taken from text and references in italics, Arial 11 font"‬Ø      ‪Titles and headings in Arial 12 ‬bold and underlined,Ø      ‪Source of quotes and references in bold  italics Arial 8‬|  

Information source| Information sourceThe contents or source of information for this assignment is derived from unit 13 of the course material and the reference list found in the Bibliography section of this document on page 25|            

 
 

Assignment No: 13a
Question:    What are the essential qualities of a good Montessori teacher, and why are these essential from the child's point of view?  
Introduction
 
Objective| The objective of this essay is to define the essential qualities of a good Montessori teacher and explain why these qualities are essential from the child’s point of view. |  
Layout of this essay| The answer to assignment 13a is structured as follows: Ø      ‪Role of the Montessori Teacher‬An introduction to the Montessori teacher’s role and summarise the essential qualities that she must possess from the child’s point of view Ø      ‪Formal Training‬Describe the qualities attained by formal training and why it is important Ø      ‪Spiritual Preparation‬Describe the qualities that requires spiritual preparation and why it is important Ø      ‪Conclusion and summary‬Highlight and summarise the main points of the essay.|  

Role of Montessori Teacher
 
Traditional role of teacher as provider...
tracking img