Children's Preparedness to Read Persuasive Essay by ResearchRiter

Children's Preparedness to Read
An argument that parents can contribute to children's preparedness to read.
# 121752 | 1,250 words | 7 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper discusses reading readiness in children and the need for instructional programs that assist children where they are in terms of individual reading readiness. The paper contends that parents can have a strong and positive impact of children's reading readiness.

From the Paper:

"Children's degree of preparedness to learn to read often termed 'reading readiness' can be defined as the degree to which the child can be said to be ready to profit from reading instruction. Onish, Del, Sur, Matthews, Klassens, Walter and Stewart add that various theorists have described reading readiness in different ways. For example, some see it as a teachable moment while others view it as a process extending over several months in which a child gradually changes..."

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