Friday, 2 March 2012
How to Make Learning French Language Skills a Positive Experience
Did you know that parental involvement is one of the key factors in a child's academic success? It only makes sense, when you think about it. Children always crave their parents' attention and approval. When you show interest in your child's schoolwork, you reinforce the behaviour of learning. For example, if your child is learning French language skills, you can practice vocabulary and grammar with him. Ask him to teach you the words that he knows. Kids love to be in a position where they are "smarter" than their parents. You can also provide your child with French language resources such as illustrated worksheets and flash cards that teach the words for common items. Some resources come with the pronunciation. You can work together with your child to absorb the material. This approach makes learning a good experience with positive associations.
(include Vocabulary Pronunciation)