Reading comprehension tutorial Learning in Delft
Are you a parent in Delft with a child in group 7 or 8? And does your child have a bad score for reading comprehension at school? Then I understand that you are looking. Looking for a way to help your child. Reading comprehension tutoring helps with that.
As a parent I have experienced this problem myself. During the parent meetings, I heard that my son should read more at home. I gave him books, Donald Ducks, and tried ebooks. He was not interested in anything.
Finally in the “do it yourself study year 2020” I found out that he read faster than me! However, he just didn’t understand some words. So lack of word knowledge.
I went through texts with him 3 times a week for 3 months. You can simply obtain these texts online from, for example, Junior Einstein. I also bought some books there, but they were never used. The online program turned out to be sufficient. Plus, you get a sticker if you do it right. And kids love that.
Opportunities that you can use yourself for improved reading skills
You have the following choice to teach your child reading comprehension in Delft – you can do the first 2 points yourself
What I pay attention to in a reading comprehension lesson
Your son reads an exercise himself. I will read along and help your son arrive at the right answers. I watch and analyze where your child encounters possible obstacles. Some examples where obstacles can be:
There are many possibilities why your child does not arrive at the correct answers when reading comprehension text. Often this “problem” builds up slowly. And at a certain point he/she is really unmotivated to read anything. That is ashame.
I am straightforward and give your child more confidence by explaining where things go wrong and how they can fix it themselves. You can also read the blog posts below. Then you will see in detail how you can help your child yourself.
There are different tutoring packages
You can order the reading comprehension tutoring per piece or per number. I always recommend trying 1 lesson first. Then you can see if it is something for your child.
Each lesson lasts from 30 to a maximum of 45 minutes. This is the time your child needs to read 1 practice text and to answer the questions.
There is unfortunately a maximum time set because this has to do with my schedule. If your child reads so slowly that the text cannot be dealt with within 45 minutes, there is a high risk of a reading disorder.
tutoring – reading comprehension
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