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Give Positive Feedback. Praising your students is one of the most effective and easiest ways to lift their spirits and keep them working hard. Teachers who excel at praising their students do it publically as well as privately, both verbally and in writing. They send notes home to parents (when appropriate) and have special events during school to recognize the achievements of their students.
Ten Ways to Cultivate a Love of Reading in Students.. This is another event that parents can organize and administrators can support or encourage. Listen to audio books.. Some of the audio books I've listened to have stuck with me in ways that reading text hasn't.
However, even equipped with literacy skills particularly reading skills, the reading habits of students are still at an unsatisfactory level. The Sunday Star newspaper (8th August, 1999:p2) reports that “the poor reading habits among Malaysians was common knowledge but, in true Malaysian fashion, it took an official survey to jolt the education sector that something had to be done fast.”.
In honor of D.E.A.R we have compiled ten ways to encourage students to read in hopes that this will help spark some ideas for cultivating a love of reading in your students. 5 Ways to Encourage Kids to Read: 1. Read! Sounds simple and is simple. If we're going to encourage kids to read, then we need to do it too.
Your reading space doesn’t have to be big or have a lot of bookshelves. It can be a corner of the couch or a chair in the room where your child sleeps. Picking a comfy spot that has enough light and room to keep a book or two can help your child connect reading with coziness and comfort.
The essay appears to be that of exceptional quality.Not only does she analyze the sources of which she has looked for understanding, she begins to discuss the bias in which every reading is coated. Her essay quickly turns into an analysis of the bias facts issued by authors and it’s effect on the final product.
It just thrills me to hear a young girl so passionately and convincingly encourage everybody to begin reading, and read regularly. I’m not a teen (I’m 41), but I’ll readily testify how I’ve been wholly hooked on reading from the the age of 7-8, and spent my own teenage years actively pursuing both outdoor sports and reading prolifically, throughout the year.