Children are willing to spend time learning things that could be useful in their lives or meet their inner needs and interests. That is why every good teacher tries to take care of the interest of every student in his lessons, who knows the baby better than his mother and himself? He asks them both what they like. What topic do they like to talk about and what kind of music do they listen to?
Help Children Discover Interest and Passions:
Every good teacher makes a program to teach children with all in mind. Teaching grammar and vocabulary is a priority, but if the teaching style is changed, good results can be obtained. Some children want to learn new words through their favorite songs and some through stories. Teaching in this way makes children’s eyes glow. In this way, they realize that the English language is more than just dry grammar and difficult rules and regulations.
Find Your Child’s Learning Style:
Undoubtedly, in the beginning, it was not so easy, because the children were accustomed to the way they were taught English in school. So it’s hard for them to get used to the new way of teaching, but they get used to it anyway. However, it also happens that you find interesting material to teach and the child continues to learn with interest, but goes home and forgets new words or rules. As they say, not heard from one ear and expelled from the other. Children are afraid of hard work, and they like what they can do. When children are given special attention, they feel great. In this way, they become fully attracted to reading. It is important to understand the child well. Now we come to the part where we talk about the middle ground.
I don’t like to lie down:
“Reading is the hardest thing in the world,” he said. There is no point in risking more than that. ”Of course, you would have said such phrases many times, and if you are a student. Then such sentences will be repeated morning and evening so that one can prove oneself oppressed. In any case, we agree with you to the extent that reading and writing is indeed a difficult task, but it is no longer an impossible mission. Just a little bit of attention, then the destination gets easier and easier, so here are some suggestions in this regard.
Keep Paper And Pen With You:
If you are confronted with textbooks several days later, your heart begins to pound with fear, and you want the servant to run away and hide somewhere, but good children, who want to make a name for themselves in the world, don’t do that. Rather, they face situations. So, if your heart is never ready to read, but it is necessary to read, then take a piece of paper and a pen and write down what you want to read and do not let your senses be suspended.
Don’t be Tens:
Sometimes there is a lot of work, so the students get nervous just by looking at it, which is a natural thing, but there should be nothing to worry about. Remember, nothing works in the blink of an eye and hasty work is the work of the devil anyway. So no matter how much work you do, keep your mind completely calm.
If a paragraph seems difficult, read it two or three times. Then find the meaning of the words that are difficult and read that paragraph again, keeping in mind the demands of the words. If you can, write what you are reading on a rough copy, so that the focus of the mind will remain in one place.
Keep your reading to a set schedule, ie how much you have to read in half an hour or an hour. If you have to practice or memorize something, then set a limit, which you have to complete it at that time. This way you will be able to devote full time to other subjects as well.