Children, parents must communicate to foster good literacy
Communication is a fascinating subject; yet, a component of literacy that we often ignore. Literacy is communication between writer and reader. If the reader can’t understand what the writer says, then communication hasn’t happened.
We may think literacy is a magic element that happens between a person and a book. To a certain point that is true, but communication takes work; so, does literacy.
Communication among children and parents must happen and it must happen quickly or one or all of the people involved will be disappointed. If the lack of communication is continual often a warlike atmosphere erupts. A home without communication is the poorest home of all, no matter the abundance of “stuff”. A literate home is a communication station.
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