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What Methods do Elementary Teachers Use to Help Students to Become Effective Readers and Writers?
The ability to read and write is to understand spoken and written words. Parents are the first ones to teach children. From birth children learn through listening and speaking. They imitate their parents sound when they speak. When young they learn how to hold a pencil and make lines on paper and try to draw pictures. They learn by pictures of animals, shapes, cars, and food to make sounds to understand what the pictures are. As they become toddlers they begin to understand the letters of the alphabet. That’s when they begin to write their name and letters. Once they are in school they will already know the basic sight and sound of common words and how to spell and write those words. As they get older they learn through written words to read and write.
Each child has a different way of learning to read and write. Not all children catch on easily. And some may have a difficult problem going on in their lives and teachers have to understand and figure out what is going on with each child. Many children may have a learning disability or vision impairment. When a child has a learning disability it would impair their ability to read and link letters, syllables, and words together. With many children having to read or see pictures their vison might be impaired and need glasses. The teachers have to know their students for them to recognize these issues. When students are in elementary school the teacher will have different methods to teach them how to read and write effectively. There are many methods and not all teachers use the same one. They have to see what works best for each child. As Kenya Bond a seventh grade teacher said “it depends on the need of the student”.
These methods are used from elementary to high school. In elementary school students