I can help neglected or underprivileged children feel special. The satisfaction of making an unhappy or troubled child smile is one of the most important reasons that have helped me decide to become a teacher. I... ... middle of paper ... ...’s degree in reading. I would also like to become nationally certified through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. I will use my past and present experiences to be the best possible educator that I can be.
Parents must be ready to answer satisfying answers whenever questions arise. They must also bring in a lot of patience whenever teaching their kids new words and vocabulary. Keeping in mind that they are doing this for the love of their children will make the activity as comfortable as can be. Their children will have the best reading session with this bonding activity. References: Teaching Reading: Part One by Tom & Shelley Cooper http://www.teaching-children-to-read.net/ Healthy Children Helping Your Child How to Read http://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/preschool/pages/Helping-Your-Child-Learn-to-Read.aspx?nfstatus=401&nftoken=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000&nfstatusdescription=ERROR%3a+No+local+token
Multicultural books can help young children learn about different characters in a book. Some multicultural books may have different characters with rhyming name. For example, a book may be called Silly Willey hit Billy. Children would enjoy this book because the name appeals to children. My children enjoy reading with me because I make sure they are paying attention to what I read.
Reading is a pleasurable activity yet an essential part of life, as it is important for survival in the modern world. As Rohal Dahl quoted ‘ Books ... if you are going to be anything, they are vital in life’ (www.stlwritersguild.org 13/11/10). Children should be encouraged to read from a very young age, as the ability to read allows them to access information, develop into fluent speakers and allows them to be creative writers. A study carried out by Eckhoff (1983) on second graders demonstrates this as he examined writing of two different groups: one who read a highly simplified textbook whilst the other read a text containing many literature forms, results showed children who were exposed to various literary forms, seemed better able in using different literary forms in their writing compared to those who were presented with simplified texts (www.vtaide.com 4/11/10). Reading has played an important role in my life, especially through the early stages of my intellectual development.
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Reading is widely labeled as a very important factor to reach fruition in education. The rising question is whether we should encourage our children to read whatever appeals to them. Personally, I firmly believe the good impact of reading to the children’s taste. To begin with, reading whatever they like help children feel more relaxed, fascinated and much more confident with reading - a most educated form of entertainments that is dying with the prevalence of other new mass media such as cable televisions, internets and so on. Reading has been proved to be very useful for children’s good performance at school and especially their life later as throughout the process of active reading their mother tongue language capacity in general is much more improved especially the communicative skills and social interaction manner.