Do They Get It? Ideas for Checking Comprehension

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  1. Margaret Abete says:

    My grandson has been journaling since he learned to draw and write. When his lessons began to require submitting papers with different themes, he immediately thought he would not be able to do this. Ironically, he does not like writing or having to write for an assignment. Having discussed this with his teacher, she suggested he reference his journal entries. I, in turn, suggested to him to pretend he was writing in his journal or talking to someone when completing these assignments and now, he does not hesitate at all. If anything, his journaling has become more consistant.

  2. Julie says:

    These are great suggestions for any age and any learning level. Each child learns differently – some from books, some from hands, and some from drawings. Information can ‘click’ for a child from different sources so it’s a good idea to use a variety of methods to reinforce lessons. Great ideas Dan

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