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Not only do good reading skills benefit students academically, they are . Create a reading area Encourage your child to join you with his or her own book while you are reading. Make connections between reading and real life.
Not only do good reading skills benefit students academically, they are also a skill required for lifelong success. Reading develops vocabulary, increases attention span, and promotes stronger analytical thinking. Getting Your Child Interested In Reading. Create a reading area. Make an area for your child to read in with his or her help. Encourage reading at home and everywhere in between. Encourage your child to join you with his or her own book while you are reading.
Summer Reading Junior High 6 – 8 This summer, and every summer, students should be. .READING FOR SUMMER AND THE 2014 - 2015 YEAR Junior High students are encouraged to read any (or all) of the appropriate grade level books this summer.
Summer Reading Junior High 6 – 8 This summer, and every summer, students should be reading to stay in practice for the academic, as well as, entertainment reading they will do throughout the rest of the year. Taking time off is not advantageous to your attainment of or your retention of knowledge. These projects will be due to Mrs. Dale on September 12, 2014.
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Brewis herself would like to see students reading more because it would . But in an era of safe spaces, students should perhaps be encouraged to argue more about how they argue.
Brewis herself would like to see students reading more because it would enable them to make more considered arguments in their coursework or examinations, and to demonstrate to us as assessors that they have considered the debates and controversies in the literature and arrived at reasoned conclusions on that basis. This book illustrates the traps we can all fall into and how we need to learn to think and question, rather than just accumulate facts. Dorothy Bishop Professor of developmental neuroscience, University of Oxford.
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Curl up together in a cozy chair or designate a comfy reading nook in your . Let your child see you reading as often as possible. You can also encourage your child to point to the pictures in a book and make up his own story.
Curl up together in a cozy chair or designate a comfy reading nook in your house. During story time, give your undivided attention to your child and to the story you’re reading together. Show him that you enjoy reading so much that you want to do it. Your preschooler’s desire to imitate is extremely powerful, so this is another way to make him feel that reading really is fun-and worth pursuing. 4. Let your child choose. Try letting him read a book to his stuffed animals, and don’t criticize or correct his version.