5 edition of Tutoring your elementary child with TLC found in the catalog.
Tutoring your elementary child with TLC
Tamara Larraine Chilver
|Statement||Tamara L. Chilver.|
|LC Classifications||LB1048.5 .C458 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||2007928484|
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No matter how your child learns, this book is filled with creative ideas on how to motivate him and help him succeed. This book is a parent's best friend. --Stacy C.- elementary teacher & parent5/5(3). Homeschooling with TLC in the Elementary Grades will give you a strong and concise foundation in elementary curriculum.
This one-of-a-kind book is filled with creative teaching tips that can bring excitement into your school days. Learn techniques that simplify teaching and strategies that actively engage your child in the learning process/5(13). She is also the author of Tutoring Your Elementary Child With TLC and founder of Teaching With TLC Ministries.
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When you’re looking for a private reading instructor for your child, try to find one who uses an MSLE or OG program. Ideally, your tutor should use the same program your child’s school uses, or coordinate with the school.
The tutor may be able to fill in parts of the program that the school doesn’t use or doesn’t have time to cover. Hold the book together and ask the child to read along with you. Begin reading in a voice that is slightly louder and faster than the child's. As the child becomes more comfortable with reading the text, lower your voice and slow down your reading speed.
If the child slows down, increase your volume and speed again. Most tutoring expenses that you pay for your child are not deductible. The exception is for children with special needs.
The IRS lets parents deduct the cost of special needs tutoring as long as a few conditions are met. The child's doctor must recommend tutoring and the tutor must be specially trained and qualified for the job.
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When your child has finished reading, talk about what he or she just read together. Ask your child what he or she learned and his or her thoughts. For longer reading materials, like novels for book reports, make discussion questions you and your child can talk about together after each reading session.
Recap and summarize the main points. Collect images that represent the child's culture, home, and family. Show the letters of the alphabet in various forms (A, a, and a), together with an appropriate picture. Use the cards or books to refer to letters of the alphabet that come up while reading and writing with the child.
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Explain to your elementary student how he or she can avoid plagiarism. When showing your student how to identify and avoid plagiarism, it can help to give examples. Ask your student to find a passage in his or her favorite book, and have your child summarize the passage without using any phrases from the snippet.
Take a deep breath and review this step-by-step timeline. It covers everything you need to know and do before taking charge of your child's education. Research Your Homeschool Options Begin any time, no matter whether your child is a toddler or already has several years of elementary school under her belt.
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You simply have conversations about the books. Your school may also offer some sort of academic help — before, during, or after school. Step 5: Meet and Greet Meet the tutor or visit the learning center with your child so he feels a part of the process and you can see if there's a rapport between him and the tutor.
Sit in on one or two sessions to be sure. A tutor may zero in on specific skills that are giving a student trouble. A math tutor, for instance, may focus on long division, going over assigned homework and helping the student get ready for upcoming tests.
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