How to help your child to read

10th November 2000 at 00:00
A San Francisco site that could be very useful in a UK context with schools who want to give some good guidelines to parents. The theme is about how parents can become partners with their children's teachers to creat good readers. Some specific ideas on speaking, listening, reading and writing are included for parents to do and to understand how these activities help children learn to read.


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