The presented standards for children’s education are designed to ensure equal opportunities for all citizens to receive a quality education and protect students from overload and preserve their mental and physical health. Standards are essential and must be adhered to by all educational institutions. The main idea is to fulfill the goal: the child must receive the necessary set of knowledge at a particular stage of development. The presented standards meet all possible requirements for the provision of quality education. The skills obtained resulting from educational processes under the standards will contribute to even more significant development in the coming years.
Preschool and primary school are critical stages in developing the skills and habits that will work for a person in the future. Since the mental development of the child, emotional, cognitive, speech development, and the physical one are formed precisely at these stages, the preschooler and schoolchild must acquire skills such as the desire to learn. Without cognitive abilities (attention, memory, perception, imagination, speech, thinking), it will be difficult to generate interest in learning, both at school and in the future. The development of creativity will contribute to the fact that the child can become a generator of something new. The ability to reason and think logically will develop a logical and mathematical mindset, allowing one to cope with the most challenging issues. This is the primary ability to think, explain one’s point of view, prove, and make the right decisions. Thus, the objectives are to teach the child during this period to think outside the box, instill a desire to learn, develop spatial thinking, and think logically. Developing several skills and personal qualities will always be helpful. These are communication skills, self-discipline, independence, perseverance, and the ability to work with information.
The teaching standards are intended to involve different areas in the child’s development with various tasks in reading, listening, speaking, writing, and knowledge of the language. Therefore, the vision can be formulated as follows: teaching standards for preschoolers and schoolchildren are made so that they cover all the necessary skills that a child should acquire at a certain age. With all these skills, the child gets an excellent foundation for personal development in high school.
ELA- Group Read Aloud is a resource for preschoolers that develops reading, speaking, communication skills through the technique of speaking aloud. CCVC technique allows learning phonetic fundamentals and Dolch Sight Words helps to work out vocabulary and focuses on learning words. The introduction of reading comprehension assignments develops several child skills at once, from reading to the ability to reflect and think outside the box. Identifying the main idea and the supporting details is an essential skill that concerns writing, reading, thinking logically, and making decisions. In practical terms, all of these activities should be included to varying degrees in the curriculum.
To bring the objectives to life, it is necessary to use the ELA-Group Read Aloud resource, aimed at reading aloud. This type of work does not necessarily imply focused activity. In teaching, a communicative approach is vital, the essence of which is to combine various practices and train several aspects of the language at the same time. By learning new information and skills, the child will gain background knowledge and at the same time practice grammar. The phonetic aspect will be involved when the child repeats the speaker out loud. If to get the text of the video, one can carefully work out the material, with reading fluency, each time increasing the figure. Pointing to capital letters for names, for the start of sentences, and dates is an excellent way to work with such vocabulary. In elementary school, one needs to master punctuation, mark ending punctuation, writing dates, and using commas to separate words in a list. Practical, visual, search and verbal methods will help to achieve the goals of the language development plan.