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Steps to train children to read books slowly.
(1) Cultivate and train attention
Attention is a manifestation of will and at the same time a gate without which all words and information cannot really enter the child's mind. Training a child's attention can be practiced with the help of some good methods, one of the most effective methods is the eye-training method. It is to take a small object (such as a button, diamond ring, etc.), observe it carefully for a minute to a minute and a half, then put the object away and ask the child to describe the characteristics of the object with a pen, which should be described in as much detail as possible. Then take the object out and look at it again, and if there are mistakes, add them. After a few repetitions, gradually move to more complex objects (such as clocks, lamps, paintings), you must compare the description with the original object, and strive to achieve a subtle, detailed description. When using famous paintings for practice, the child's feelings should be stimulated through imaginative thinking, rising from feelings to excitement.
(2) Master the speed and form a knowledge distribution chart
The speed of looking slowly is basically required to be within 100 words per minute, and if necessary, to chew on the key information distribution area repeatedly. Specific requirements, in the brain will be knowledge and information strung together, in the brain into a plane of knowledge focus distribution map. Then, read further down, and gradually form a three-dimensional knowledge focus distribution map in your brain when you finish reading the tasks in the plan.
4. Organize the wrong questions
Many experts in learning methods will emphasize this method, because learning is the process of striving for correctness, and in the process of a child's quest for knowledge, there are bound to be many mistakes, and if the method of organizing mistakes is formed, then what is missed will become experience, and this experience will provide valuable learning resources for the child's next quest for correctness.
Yes, organizing mistakes is organizing learning resources, but the key is to find a way to do it consistently and effectively.
As a parent, the first step is to figure out what is required to organize mistakes. How to organize them? How to use the problem set? How to summarize in stages?
Organizing mistakes must not be the purpose, so you can't organize them just to accomplish this task. Generally speaking, there are two types of questions that need to be sorted out by the children themselves.
To organize the mistakes, you should prepare a good book, numbered according to the subject and time, for example, "the set of mistakes in language in the first semester of the fifth grade". After preparing the book, we should copy down the wrong questions one by one, first copy down the topic, and then the real reason why you did it wrong at that time with a red pen, and finally the correct answer and steps clearly written out. The requirement is to organize the wrong day when the day, a small summary once a week, once a month, once a semester summary.
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