How to talk so kids can learn at home and in school what every parent and teacher needs to know by Adele Faber

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StatementAdele Faber and Elaine Mazlish with Lisa Nyberg and Rosalyn Anstine Templeton.
ContributionsMazlish, Elaine.
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Pagination272p. ;
Number of Pages272
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Open LibraryOL22371900M
ISBN 100684824728

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But unless you are home-schooling, you will not be the one teaching your child science or geography. And while it's true that all of the facts, skills, and concepts your children learn at school are influenced by what you do at home, your child's education is equally impacted by.

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Using the unique communication strategies, down-to-earth dialogues, and delightful cartoons that are the hallmark of their multimillion-copy bestseller How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and. Let’s talk. The readings and the note taking are preparing you and your students to talk about the text.

You can pull from the students’ questions to get the discussion started, but you can also formulate a “focus question” to gather their varying interpretations of the same passage in the text. for proof.

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A valuable resource for teachers and parents who are engaged in helping their children learn more effectively. No other form of communication in the natural world transfers so much information in such a short period of time. It is even more remarkable that in three short years a child can hear, mimic, explore, practice, and finally, learn language.

Language Learning There is no genetic code that leads a child to speak English or Spanish or Japanese. Kids can watch videos of authors reading their books, and learn about important concepts like mitzvahs (good deeds).

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How to deal with feelings that interfere with learning •Instead of denying feelings (“This story is dumb.” “No it isn’t.

It’s very interesting”), put the feelings into words (“This story is dumb.”. Speak Socially Correct. Even a two-year-old can learn “please.” Expect your child to be polite. Children shouldn’t feel manners are optional. Speak to your children the way you want them to speak to you.

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Encourage your child to talk to friends and family. He can tell them about a new toy. Engage your child in pretend play.

You can talk on a play phone, feed the dolls, or have a party with the toy animals. From 2 to 3 Years. Your child’s language skills will grow by leaps and bounds.

Think about the tone of voice you use, and pay close attention to how you can soften it when you speak to your child, even if you're correcting a behavior problem. Why You Should Use a Positive Tone Here are some important reasons why your tone of voice and the words you use can make your parent-child communication and interactions much more.The leading experts on parent-child communication show parents and teachers how to motivate kids to learn and succeed in school.

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