When it comes to learning, it’s good that your child tries his or her absolute best before asking for help. However, sometimes students might wait longer than necessary before considering the assistance of an English tutor, which can negatively impact their grades, self-esteem, and educational future. Here are signs to be aware of that your child might need some academic assistance in English.
It’s not expected that your child will love every school subject, but indications of complete disinterest and frustration in English could mean that you want to find an English tutor to help your child figure out why she or he can’t get the hang of dependent clauses, gerunds, or misplaced modifiers. Frustration most certainly doesn’t make for a great learning mood, and your child’s grades and comprehension of the subject are certain to suffer as a result.
Part of a student’s frustration about a particular subject or concept could stem from the fact that she or he is unable to fully comprehend the subject matter. Young children usually aren’t able to hide their confusion as well as some adults can, so it’s likely to be easy to determine if your child doesn’t understand what’s being taught in the classroom.
If there’s a particular task you don’t like doing, you’ll more than likely leave it for last while you take care of everything else, and the same applies to homework. Have you noticed that your son or daughter seems to put off English homework or projects until the last minute? Trust your instincts on this one and think about seeking help from an experienced tutor.
One of the most obvious signs that a student needs help is steadily slipping grades or poor grades that don’t seem to improve over time. You can talk with your child’s teacher to see which concepts seem to give him or her the most trouble so that you and your child can work together to let an English tutor know what to focus on most. Learning about confusing concepts from someone who uses a different teaching style from your child’s school could be all your young scholar needs for grade improvement.
A student with learning disabilities is sure to benefit from the intervention of a tutor. Visual processing, ADHD, and dyslexia are all examples of learning disabilities that your child’s teacher may not be able to adequately address or even identify. It’s best to turn to a tutor who is familiar with helping students with learning disabilities to help your child as well as your child’s teacher.
You may not have as much time to help your child with homework as you used to; there could be other obligations that require your attention, or it could be that your child has more homework than you can help her or him keep up with. Either way, bringing in a tutor could help everyone get back on track.
If you feel that your child does require assistance from a tutor, Best in Class Education Center is at your disposal. Don’t hesitate to contact us today to learn more.