• Tue. Dec 5th, 2023

How to educate children to develop good study habits?

Summary and analysis of children’s bad habits. Character determines destiny. Good study habits are the key factor that determines success or failure. In today’s noisy society, how to find a pure spiritual land for children? Being a \”three good students\” in the new era of \”easy learning, happy life, and physical and mental health\” has become a concern for many parents. Very few parents can calm down and talk to their children calmly to discover the root cause of the problem. In fact, many learning problems come from daily details, and the details come from the learning habits that children have formed subconsciously, so you Do your children have these bad habits? Classroom and Learning Attitude and Learning Attitude 1. Unable to concentrate and listen carefully. Reason 1: The child\’s foundation is relatively poor and he cannot keep up with the teacher\’s pace. He feels hopeless and feels that class is a very painful thing. Coupled with the relatively high expectations placed by parents, it will increase children\’s negative emotions. This leads to discouragement. It often manifests as lack of concentration and lack of confidence in learning and life. Reason 2: The child may have an impatient personality and cannot restrain himself well. He may be restless, restless, unable to sit still, and likes to look around or make small moves in private. Reason 3: You have thoughts in your mind but are unwilling to express them, expecting to be recognized and paid attention to. It manifests as making strange noises or doing pranks to attract others\’ attention during class or daily life. 2. Unwilling to take the initiative to answer the teacher’s questions. Reason: I am relatively introverted, shy, fragile, and thin-skinned. I am afraid that if I answer questions incorrectly, my classmates will laugh at me. The performance is to avoid the teacher\’s gaze, lowering his head and not daring to look at the blackboard. 3. Lack of enthusiasm for learning. Reason: I don’t understand the ultimate goal of reading and have no interest in learning. If you have no requirements or goals for yourself, you will easily become bored or rebellious about learning, and you will be unable to integrate into your studies. It often manifests itself as perfunctory with parents and teachers, and learning for the sake of learning. 4. No good study habits. Reason: Children are usually smart, but their academic performance is not outstanding. I am overconfident and think I know everything, but I only know the surface and not the inside. The manifestations include not previewing before class, not taking notes during class, and not summarizing and summarizing the key points of knowledge after class. I usually don’t want to do exercises to consolidate. 5. Lack of independent thinking ability. Reason: Inertia and dependence are relatively strong. It manifests as unwillingness to do the questions independently, unwilling to review the questions, and unwilling to use the brain and write. Easily lose the ability to think independently. Usually these children have poor self-care ability in life. 6. There is no good learning method. Reason: During learning, I will not summarize the essentials of knowledge, learning methods and problem-solving techniques. It manifests as studying very hard but the grades fluctuate, and I don’t know where to start when encountering questions that require more comprehensive knowledge. Homework 1. No time concept: unable to complete homework within the specified time and like to wander off. Reason: Parents do not strictly control time during home tutoring. Over time, children\’s sense of time gradually fades and disappears. 2. Muddling along type of performance: unwilling to do homework, playing for a while, procrastinating. What\’s more, he didn\’t do his homework at night and went to school in the morning to plagiarize his classmates\’ homework. Reason: Parents don’t have time or don’t have good ways to manageTeach children their daily homework. I trust my children more, and my children\’s playfulness and laziness make me more and more laissez-faire. 3. Self-centered behavior: Pay attention to every slightest disturbance around you, and be unable to concentrate while completing your homework. Reasons: 1. Parents did not create a good learning atmosphere during home tutoring. While the child is doing homework, if someone at home surfs the Internet or watches TV or talks with relatives and friends, the child\’s psychology will be more or less disturbed. Unable to calm down and do homework. Second, parents like to help their children with their homework while watching TV. Third, the elders dote on their children, giving them food and drinks while they are doing homework. 4. Inability to write: looking at the schoolbag or homework book in a daze and unwilling to start. Reasons: 1. I think I have too much homework and don’t know which subject to start with. Second, children are afraid of difficulties and do not know how to solve problems when they see them. 5. Careless performance: The homework is completed quickly, but the accuracy is not high. Reason: Failure to develop good habits of carefully reviewing questions, thinking carefully, writing in a standardized manner, calculating carefully, and completing inspections. 6. Reluctance to examine questions: answering questions that are not what is asked and answering questions blindly. Reasons: 1. When reading the questions, I glanced at them briefly, or I felt that the questions seemed familiar and I was unwilling to delve into the meaning of the questions. Second, they are eager for success, pursue efficiency, and are unwilling to read questions patiently. 7. Fear of difficulties: Performance: Reluctance to read and write when faced with a lot of text or comprehensive type of questions. Reason: Not motivated in learning, not very interested in studying, thinking that he is not a top student. Develop an unconfident mentality. 8. Coping with homework type: performance: \”not doing homework but catching up on homework.\” Reason: I think homework is a task, but I don’t know the importance of doing homework. As long as the homework is completed, it’s enough. The mentality of doing homework for the sake of completing homework has arisen.

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