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It can be difficult to motivate struggling readers. However there are many proven methods that you can use. Encouraging fun, informal reading might seem counter intuitive, especially to parents of struggling readers who tend to focus more on reading accuracy. So here are some great tips on how to motivate your child this summer.
At the present the simple multiplication skills of very many pupils are “good-for-nothing”, and our children are getting worse and worse at the skills. If the situation is not changed, then, maybe, very soon we will be forced to say that most pupils cannot perform simple multiplication.
Have you ever read a book and started to fall asleep, yet a few moments before you were wide awake? Almost everyone has. Have you ever read a page and then gotten to the bottom and realised you could not recall anything you just read? Ever been frustrated in reading a subject and no matter how many times you read the text, it just did not make sense to you? All this phenomena is usual. There is an underlying simple cause and a very simple solution.
You can help your child improve study skills and do better in school. The following 4 steps to will help your child improve grades and develop self confidence.
You're in the thick of the school year. It seems like there are so many things going on, like assignments, projects, and extracurricular activities. Now a test is coming up and you've got to do well on it. How should you study so you do better on that test?
Have you ever touched a hot iron and then pulled your hand away really quickly to avoid getting burned? Did you have to think to yourself "Gee! - this iron is hot - I better not touch it any longer because it'll probably cause a really bad burn on my hand". The answer is obviously NO! You wouldn't have had any time to think about what you should do and pulling your hand away is automatic. It's what we call a "reflex" action. It doesn't involve much, if any, thinking because by the time you think about it, it's too late.