Additional vocabulary taught prior to entry attributes to success in school

By: Zulfiqar Ali Bhatti

Additional vocabulary taught to children before they enter school can prepare them for success in future learning. A study of 900 4-year-old children in the United States found that after starting school, children with higher vocabularies were more engaged with their teachers than other children. The researchers conducted the study on young children’s abilities in the fall and again after school started the following spring.

According to research findings, even small differences in a child’s early years can have a big impact on their chances of academic success. The researchers also hope that the results of the research will be helpful for teachers in identifying children with low vocabulary. Researchers have also reported that children who were taught to control their emotions before entering school also performed better in class.

Zulfiqar Ali Bhatti

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