Successful Literacy

Of the art, to select the right book since the first Pisa study results were published in Germany in the year 2000, it is clear: schools and parents have a huge problem with children to make experienced and so good readers. The German students fared at the time compared poorly. Often, foreign texts could be read even by young people; the reading comprehension proved to be as flawed of all ages. Meanwhile, newer reading competence tests show that there is in this country a measurable progress. However, most parents and teachers always or ever again are faced with the serious problem that kids just don’t like to read that they unwilling to handle texts and books. The age-old saying “Reading to learn just by reading” is still without trade-offs. Book vs.

monitor books have in recent years more and more competition: through screens. What is happening on the screen, is a convenient and tempting way into the realm of fantasy for the small audience. That children Despite the seductive images on the monitors feel read not as a burden, but that manages to wake up looking for the book, is the only promising way to book fans, to make, to experienced as well as secure readers and to people who actually understand, what they read. Parents of past generations had it in this more easily than the present fathers and mothers: 20 years ago, the hours of children’s programmes on the television were limited and the book as a media guide to the land of imagination, practically no alternative. It has now fundamentally changed. Therefore, it is of particular importance that there is not unpleasant encounters between children and books. Gently ask well promote who faced children with texts, which they have not grown, may not be surprised, if the offspring respond soon irritated to printed. Of course, children learn only, if they are confronted with new, but if it’s too much, they block.