Overall it is suggested to sound the word (and even have several people sound it - so the child learns that there are different 'sounds' for the same word) and explain the definition of the word. Then to show the physical object (say give them an apple to touch, feel, smell instead of a picture/drawing). In the case that there are no real life examples around - to show many pictures (Eg. yellow, red, green , small, off a tree, on a tree, slices, etc) -- to show that, a word can have many forms but the essence remains the same.In the design of the vocabulary of a child or an adult, a framework is created which determines the life experience and effectiveness of the person. If the person is taught pictures first, with words linked to the pictures, the reasoning ability and the insight ability of the being will be limited to the pictures the words are linked to. This will cause the being to even score a lesser score in an IQ test and will be experienced as a slower mind.
So, look at the following: If the word is firstly placed into the mind with the meaning of it, then followed by a picture, the person will immediately develop more expansive, creative abilities. This person will also be able to apply practical common sense with ease over a period of four to five years.
The difference between a person using the educational picture-based system and a person focusing on sound first, then the picture will be pronounced. The picture-based educational system that now exist has proven itself over years to dumb down children, and this dumbing down has accelerated with the advent of television, gaming and magazines. It is thus important for the parent of a younger user or an older user to realize that discipline in applying a corrective vocabulary sound structure requires dedication for years. The result though is common sense, a person that is free to explore the living word as sound as the vocabulary on which the self as person is based. This makes sure that the person will not be controlled by pictures and the limitation pictures present.
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