2 edition of On bringing up weak and slow learning children found in the catalog.
On bringing up weak and slow learning children
Srivastava, Anand Prakash
by Published by Suneeta Srivastava for the Learning Laboratory in New Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||by Anand P. Srivastava and Anil Srivastava|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
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The Church's wisdom and experience in connection with the upbringing of children is reflected in its services and customs. From his very birth, the Orthodox Church welcomes a child with several prayers: on the first day (the day of his birth), on the eighth (at the selection of his name), and on the fortieth (his introduction into the temple). The result, as she recounts in “Bringing Up Bébé” (Penguin Press), was that Bean was invariably the most ill-behaved child in every Paris restaurant and park she visited.
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“Adam,” Mrs. Moore, the school clerk, called out, “Come in and get your tardy slip. Don’t you. Here’s a good reminder for all educators: students don’t always have to read a new page or chapter every time they pick up the same book. Re-reading the same sections over again can help a student become more comfortable with his or her reading abilities and help them become more familiar with key vocabulary words.
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So here are my top ten tips for surviving and bringing up an incredibly active s: As a parent, witnessing slow processing speed in action can be bewildering, even frustrating. Gifted children with slow processing speed can appear focused but not seem to get much done.
Homework can drag on for hours. Grades might be lower than even the most reasonable expectations. Slow processing speed can even affect social relationships.
Use paired learning (teacher explains problem, students make up their own examples, swap problems, and discuss and correct answers). o Use a peer tutor. (After barely passing high school and college algebra, my son made an A in calculus plus had a average. “Learning styles can foster talents where the learner’s strengths lie, or they can disrupt learning when some area is weak and compensatory skills are lacking,” says Dr.
Rothenberg. For example, auditory learners tend to be better at language arts /5(45). Although we often teach primary children sight words, learning words in isolation is not particularly helpful, and may even reinforce the idea of word-by-word reading for some students.
Reading experts suggest that the phrase is the best unit of study for struggling readers (Schreiber,; Rasinski, ; Rasinski, Padak, Linek. I personally know many late readers. All three of my own children did not learn until age 8. My oldest went to school for the first time in 5th grade, he was previously homeschooled.
In all honestly, he learned to read on his own over the summer when we took a break. He went from in his reading and his nose was in a book from then on. Answer: Nearly every child will be faster at age 12 than at age 7—and faster yet at age But processing speed is measured by comparing a child to his peers.
And since nearly all kids get faster as they get older, a grade-schooler with slow processing speed will be faster in middle : Ellen Braaten. Vision problems are common among school-age kids. According to Prevent Blindness America, one in four school-age children have vision problems that, if left untreated, can affect learning ability, personality and adjustment in school.
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