Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring Provides Reading Tutoring In Canyon Ranch, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Stevenson Ranch, Valencia, Castaic, Newhall, Agua Dulce, Acton, Palmdale, Pacoima, and Granada Hills!
Reading is one of the most important skills that students learn in school. Without strong reading comprehension, students may fall behind in other classes as well, not just English. This is because most subjects require students to read and understand written content. For this reason when your child struggles with reading, they will likely have a hard time with their studies.
If you catch reading problems early they can be easy to reverse. Santa Clarita in Home Tutoring specializes in identifying the cause of reading difficulties through comprehensive learning assessments. Based on the results of the assessment, a customize learning plan is created to help get your child back on track as efficiently as possible.
Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring has access to the best learning tools and educational methods to enhance the learning experience and help your child improve their reading skills. They match each child with a tutor who will be able to connect and encourage them in the comfort of their own home. By providing lessons in a comfortable, non-threatening environment we have found that students embrace the experience and learn better and faster than they do in a classroom. With personalized one on one support, many children find their “reading niche”, improving up to 2 grade levels In only a few months time.
Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring Can Help Students Overcome Reading Troubles in All Areas Including:
- Poor word recognition
- Trouble understanding what they read
- Spelling and decoding
- Fluency and reading rate
- Purposeful reading
We Use The Top Methods To Help Your Child Learn How To Read
If your young child is having a hard time learning how to read in class, it could be because their teacher is using education methods that do not match their unique learning style. Unfortunately, in the classroom setting many kids do not get the attention that they need to overcome their learning roadblocks and master the skills that are being taught.
When it comes to reading this can be especially important. This is because not only will their grades be low in language arts and English, they will likely be lower in all subjects that require reading to do the assignments. This is why it is a good idea to get your child help with reading right away- so that they do not fall further behind.
Studies have proven that the best way to overcome reading problems is one on one tutoring from a certified teacher, who uses different teaching methods in addition to the ones used in class. The instructors at Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring are well versed in the most popular reading education methods that are used in the classroom today as well has some special tools to help students who are struggling. These include the Whole Language Learning Method and traditional phonics.
The Whole Language Learning Method is a modern style of teaching reading that focuses on out loud reading and the sounding out of words. It is different than traditional phonics that relies heavily on word recognition to understand how new words are structured. When these two methods are taught in combination, it can improve how your child learns how to read. Together both Phonics and Whole Language Learning can give your child the skills they need to become talented readers.
Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring Makes It Fun For Students In Canyon Country, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Stevenson Ranch, Castaic, Newhall, Agua Dulce And Valencia To Learn How To Read.
The other main reason why many students struggle in a classroom setting is because they are not being challenged or engaged. This is why the Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring method for reading tutoring focuses on fun, as well as building up your child’s confidence. After only a handful of sessions many parents have seen dramatic improvements in how their child handles their schoolwork. Santa Clarita In Home Tutoring proudly boast progress of up to one letter grade in the next reporting period!