AED-202 wk 6 checkpoint~ Reading & Writing Strategies

AED-202 wk 6 checkpoint~ Reading & Writing...

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Running head: READING AND WRITING STRATEGIES 1 Reading and Writing Strategies Anna Borsick AED-202 December 16, 2011 Kai Walker
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READING AND WRITING STRATEGIES 2 Reading and Writing Strategies As a concerned parent you can help improve a child’s reading and writing skills by reading regularly to them as they follow along. As a parent reads to their child they can point to the words that are spoken and teach the child how to recognize the word structures as well as the pronunciations. Pay close attention to the letters m, w, b, d, g, and q; the similarities of these letters can very easily be confused with each other when writing, especially during the early childhood development stages. According to McDevitt and Ormrod (2011, p. 324); to learn to read and write, children must learn the relationships between how words sound and are produced is speech, on the one hand, and how they look and are written on paper, on the other. Children must also master nuances of the written symbol system that have no counterparts in spoken languages, such as
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