Effective plan to cultivate children's interest in learning
1. How to make the child feel that learning is easy (1) First let the child do the 'content of the meeting' ◎ When the child is not confident, let him (her) do the questions that he or she has done before. ◎ From the homework that I love to learn, manpower helps to overcome the homework that I'm not good at. ◎ Concentrate the main energy on only one homework and experience the feeling of full marks. ◎ Feel the success experience outside of learning. (2) Let the children's impression of learning no longer be 'pain' and 'darkness' ◎ Reduce children's learning pressure through psychological adjustment. ◎ *** Say 'Don't force it!' to your child instead of 'Learn to go'. ◎ If you let your child study for 1 hour a day, there will be a requirement of 2 hours at the beginning. ◎ Use suggestion instead of imperative. ◎ Don’t ask your child 'Study or play?' Instead, ask the child 'When do you want to start learning?' ◎ Let the children who watch TV all day choose: go out for running errands or study at home? ◎ Children just don’t study. You might as well ask him (her), is it to rest or study? (3) Add the factor of 'play' in learning ◎ Eliminate children's resistance to learning. ◎ Introduce fun games to learning. ◎ Finding mistakes for others can make children keen on doing exercises. ◎ 'Fun stationery' can be a 'facilitator' for children's learning. ◎ Reasonably allocate study time. ◎ Through the lottery, the children who are not learning can choose to learn. (4) Combining daily life with study ◎ Letting your child make a family travel plan may make him or her fall in love with geography. ◎ Letting a child learn to cut newspapers may make him or her pay attention to politics and news. ◎ Take the child to visit the museum. ◎ The whole family has at least one time to study together every day. ◎ Pay attention to what you can't learn in class. ◎ When walking, shopping, or visiting friends, I turn to the bookstore and browse the group of books. ◎ The 45 minutes of attention required for study are obtained through daily life training. ◎ Parents may wish to occasionally give away some books that exceed their children's reading ability. 2. Tips to encourage children to want to learn (1) Adjust the child’s learning attitude ◎ After the new semester, replace all school supplies. ◎ Prepare a variety of pens for children. ◎ Replace the 'new sense' learning environment. ◎ If you feel your child is tired of studying, let him or her try to change a course. ◎ Try to set a 'school ban period'. ◎ After major exams, encourage children with hospitality. (2) Develop children's favorite homework into subjects that they are good at. ◎ Posting comics and advertisements in the room can also make children interested in learning. ◎ Ask the child to collect newspaper scraps on the issues he or she cares about. ◎ 'Gifting books' to children will arouse their awareness of experts. ◎ It is helpful for the child to develop the habit of investigation and research by digging into the roots of what the child likes. ◎ Use the good subjects of tutoring to cultivate the children's good subjects. ◎ Let the child have a pet or flower pot of his own, which helps to improve the child's observation ability. (3) A small thing may make children willing to sit down and study ◎ Rooms, desks, lighting, encyclopedias and reference books will become opportunities for children to love learning. ◎ Let the child put his precious collection in his drawer. ◎ When the child is studying, dim the surrounding light and only turn on a lamp at the desk. ◎ Write the words very large and stick them on the wall to help create an atmosphere of memory. ◎ Spread the books in every room of the house to create a learning atmosphere. ◎ Asking children to write a few lines of diary before going to bed can help them develop good study habits. (4) Let children like school and teachers ◎ Eliminate additional factors that children do not like learning. ◎ Don't force your child to take out the report card. ◎ Even if the score is low, find out the parts that can be praised. ◎ Let the child wear his 'fancy' clothes and bring his (her) favorite items to school. ◎ When the family ate together, they complimented a certain teacher calmly. (5) Help children to cheer up from depression ◎ You should not look at your children’s achievements in the mood of 'suffering and happy' instead of 'a joy and a worry'. ◎ When a child fails, find a 'companion' for him (her) to comfort him. ◎ If your child fails the exam, encourage him or her to look towards the future. ◎ When the child is slightly depressed, comfort him. This is just the charging period for the next leap. 3, help children find the tricks for smooth learning (1) Let children feel that learning is so easy ◎ Large print books can improve children's reading speed. ◎ Try to choose as 'thin' problem sets or extracurricular workbooks as possible. ◎ Select reference books and problem sets where you can see the answers immediately. ◎ In the room, not only a plan sheet must be made, but also a 'finished sheet' must be drawn in a red circle. ◎ Stack the children's used books and workbooks in a conspicuous position to increase their sense of accomplishment. (2) Help the child adjust the order of learning ◎ If you study for 2 hours, change the learning content every half hour. ◎ Avoid boring and monotonous sea tactics. ◎ When the child did the exercises, he or she deliberately stopped him or her to make the memory deep. ◎ After 30 minutes of music, let the child learn. ◎ After the child finishes learning, ask him or her to look at the beginning part of the next learning content. ◎ ***Don't let your children study immediately after meals.