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Which helped me get better in language arts. I have many goals for myself in language arts that I hope to complete by the end of the year.In my life, my mom loved to read. When she was little so she gave me book recommendations that she liked which helped me learn to love to read. Reading and writing also come with accomplishments and struggles along the way but in time you improve and become better. I have learned my strengths and weaknesses
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Reading skills include skills acquired through reading, such as comprehension, fluency and independence. Overall, these skills give students the ability to turn words on a page into a clear meaning. Maynor ( 2016 ) Swanson (2001) indicated that research shows that children learn about reading before they enter school. In fact, they learn in the best manner-through observation. Young children, for example, see people around them reading newspapers, books, maps, and signs.
You start from nothing and learn as you go on”. Seems to me that every educator I’ve had through high school has had a fixation with writing and it’s guidelines. Each one taught me a different aspect of writing: structure, grammar, and creativity. Most of our high school careers consisted of writing; a practice not enjoyed by many, and the vast majority blames the education system or the educators themselves. Nevertheless, I learned to savor it because I believe those four years of extensive essays and citations polished my writing skills and triggered an appreciation of it.
Homeschooling parents can make their kids read many classic books and derive the benefits out of reading such books. They can bring reading a necessary activity in their curriculum and frame the schedules accordingly. High school students may have their particular interests and choices in reading books and they get sufficient time for reading in the homeschooling background. Parents can provide lots of reading material for their kids by gaining access to the local libraries, online resources and encourage their kids to spend considerable time on reading books. When kids develop a flair for reading, they naturally improve their reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension skills.
Learning to read and write became the basis of my development. Since I was in kindergarten, I have been taught to read and write. By watching alphabet videos, we would recite and write each letter every day until it stuck in our brains. We learned sentence structure, and we were inspired to write our own stories and draw them out on white copy paper; my classmates and I learned writing. While the teacher read to us Dr. Seuss books, we learned literacy sitting around a colorful, ABC lettered rug.
. In this class, I learned many writing skills, so I could advance to the next level of English. Most interesting I learned was how and when to use commas on week 4. After I handed in my second essay, I was able to see all the punctuation, grammar, and other mistakes. My instructor Lana Boswell also wrote comments on the back of rough draft essay so that I could keep improving my writing skills.