Benefits of Early Childhood Education with a Focus on Reading
Thesis: There is a direct relationship between the developmental success of a child in life and how well their early childhood education was addressed. How well a person is able to read, comprehend, and interpret literate work is determined by how well this area was addressed at this stage.
- There is a need to examine the benefits of early childhood education.
- This age forms the earliest interaction of a child with a literary material.
- Assuming this age could lead to a life struggle later on to a person.
- The development of a child needs to be well monitored.
- Best practices are learnt when one is young.
- Not every material is important at this development age of a child and filtering the right material is paramount to ensuring getting most benefits from this level of education.
- Teacher- child relationship is of important.
- Teacher needs to be patient enough with the child.
- Understanding every child should be a priority to ensure the right attention is given.
- Not everyone qualifies to be a teacher at this level. It only calls for passionate people about children who are willing to be actively engaged.
- A teacher should be creative in his delivery model to encourage children to enjoy reading.
- A teacher needs to frequently motivate the students through acknowledging progress to ensure they remain encouraged.
- There are many benefits to offering the best early education especially in reading to a child.
- A child is able to gain confidence to talk in gatherings and with peers.
- It enhances a child’s understanding which translates into better performance in future.
- In the long run, one is competitive enough to handle the job market challenges.
- It develops one’s eloquence and confidence.
- It is of personal good to be able to gather information and understand without needing help, which also cuts on costs which could have been used to get expertise.
- It is importance to give early childhood education especially reading skills the attention it deserves for the betterment of a child’s future.