Week 6 CheckPoint - Week 6 CheckPoint: Reading &...

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Week 6 CheckPoint: Directions: Post a 200- to 300-word response detailing strategies a concerned parent can use to help improve his or her child’s reading and writing skills. There are several strategies that a parent can use when it comes to helping their child learn to read or write. Some strategies may work for some children but not work for others. So it is very important to find the best way that your child learns. To do this, multiple strategies need to be tried to find the right one. Many parents have a hard time know how to read to their young children due to the fact that they were probably not read too much as a child. A parent should always remember to read with enthusiasm. It is important to describe pictures and ask many questions pertaining to the book. It also helps to promote prediction. This means to have the child explain to the parent what they think is going to happen next in the book. Turning reading into a game can be fun and educational for the child. One such game is called “21 Question”, the parent can ask the child to
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