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As related to the reading process, metacognition can be defined as contemplation concerning one's own thinking processes or knowledge of one's own thinking processes. Reading fluency and comprehension is a major problem for students today. Age and experience influence proficiency in metacognitive learning. As is obvious, the earlier and more frequently an individual practices metacognition in reading the more proficient he or she will become. Therefore, the earlier a c
"I believe the children are our future Teach them well and let them lead the way... " From, The Greatest Love of All, George Benson Foundations of good reading among children are the same regardless of their gender, background or special learning needs.In other words, all children use the same processes in learning to read. Some children may be slow readers while others may be fast absorbers but all of them can ultimately master the same basic skills for fluency and co
When you open your emails after a vacation or holiday, you probably do a quick review of the new messages to see which ones seem most important. This lets you know where to prioritize your time. But, when you pick up a book that has been assigned to you to read, or open up the classroom textbook, chances are you open up to the first page and begin reading. Not only is this a poor use of your time, but it will slow down your comprehension, too.
If you have a child in your home who is struggling with learning to read, you need to take steps to help him overcome his difficulties. Reading difficulties that go unnoticed or are overlooked end up creating big problems for children later in their education.
Put Some Pizazz in Your Read-Alouds - 6 Easy Tips on Creating a Successful Read-Aloud Experience
As a homeschooler one of the most important tasks for you to accomplish in your child at an early age is getting them interested in and developing good reading habits. At an early age learning to recognize letters, the sounds they make and words they eventually form should be an activity and not a structured assignment. A great reading activity for kindergarten aged children, for example is to read to them.