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Any tips, advice? PLEASE!<br><br>
We don't even have to get into the fact I will be doing it in what is my second language.<br><br>
How about "listening comprehension"? Do the two use the same skills?<br><br>
Please respond!<br><br>
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When you say reading comprehension, what comes to mind is having children read a book or passage then answering very specific questions about what they just read. Working toward drawing conclusions about the story, etc..<br><br>
I dont know what age you are look at teaching this to but there are a number of workbook type series out there for this... usually titled 'reading grade 3' etc...<br><br>
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Well, my 10 year old will be learning math and reading omprehension at home, instead of in school. The text book the school officially uses is pretty awful. I thought I could do a combo of hebrew books that he reads and then I make up questions and then me reading in english to him (he doesn't read english but does speak it and understand it) and discussing what I read.<br>
Does that sound right?<br><br>
I can't really use any prepared curriculum because he doesn't read english. I could look for a different hebrew textbook but I'd rather choose specific books and stories. Is that possible, do you think?<br><br>
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