Education has always gone beyond the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic.
However, the Three Rs” are tools with which a student can gain more knowledge in any subject.
If a student can read and write, he or she can complete a research project and learn to type.
If a student understands the basics of arithmetic, he or she can learn to program complex algorithms or study science.
At the pre-primary level, teachers ensure that all pupils learn basic skills (reading, writing and arithmetic)
The 3Rs (reading, writing and arithmetic) programme is a multi- faceted national programme aiming to improve the literacy and numeracy foundation of young pupils
The pre-primary level, teachers ensure that all pupils learn basic skills (reading, writing and arithmetic)
Through teacher training, I also learnt about tools for measuring the implementation and progress as well.
I know exactly where everyone stands, Having a solid foundation, sets the learning success curve of pupils as they gradually progress in the education system.
“As pre-primary pupils progress into Standard, they are able to understand and learn, instead of just memorizing,
This is particularly important because from basic 1, it’s back to more didactic teaching methods where the teacher stands in front of the class.
The first year of pre-primary and the first two years of primary school are key to acquiring the basics.
If the classroom walls are coated with colourful charts, pictograms and illustrations, and reading corners with story books. This will help to establish solid learning competencies in the first three years of early education, meaning pre-primary, and basic I and II.
This stimulating learning environment promotes a culture of reading, peer interaction, and engagement and learning.
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