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Assignment 1.2 1. Interview a student's parents. This can be anyone; it does not have to be a student in your classroom. Find out their perspective on their child's approach to reading and writing. What interests does the student have? How might reading and writing in the classroom help to support these interests? Based on this conversation, what can you do to make learning more interesting or meaningful in your classroom for this student? According to the parent I talked with her child is very actively engaged in their studies. She enjoys what she is learning in the class but would love to be have more student-centered activities focusing on questioning, exploring, and posing explanations. Her child is in a class I TA for and it is a lower level class. She feels like she has so much more to offer but her class is holding her back. According to her mother this student has a major interest in writing but not so much in reading. This is very evident in class. She
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