The Music of Reading: How to Help Your Struggling Reader
Is your child struggling with his or her reading skills? Here are some helpful tips from Brick, NJ tutor Elizabeth C. to incorporate music with reading...
Does your child know all the lyrics and melodies to their favorite songs yet cant read a simple sentence? Is your child the one dancing in front of the television or computer copying the latest dance moves from a pop video yet cant read a grade level book? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you have a struggl
8 Study Tips You Never Thought of (That Actually Work!)
Put away the double espresso and throw out those energy drinks! With these eight easy study tips from San Diego, CA tutor Natalie S., you no longer have to jump through hoops to stay awake and cram for your exams. Check out the tips below, and start your journey towards better study habits now:
Learn your personal study process. Are you most productive in your room, at the library, outside, or in a coffee shop? Do you like to listen to music, or does it have to be totally quiet? Do you
The One Study Tip That Will Change the Way You Learn
As you're learning new material, you'll notice that some study tips work well for you, while others may not. If you're a visual learner, here's a great technique to try from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...
No doubt about it, learning material on your own can be a challenge, especially if its under the pressure of an upcoming test. In todays fast-paced world, where there is so much to learn and so much to do, maximizing study time is crucial. Lucky for you, I have one simple stud
Channeling Your Inner Detective for Reading Comprehension
Reading assignments can be fun - we promise! Here, Hollywood, FL tutor Deanna P. shares her best reading comprehension strategies for students to keep in mind...
Do you like to play detective and solve mysteries? Well, here are the top reading comprehension strategies to use before, during, and after reading to crack the case and think outside the box.
READ THE TITLE and highlight it; it is the key that unlocks the main idea and what the story is mainly about.
Read the questions, not
How to Write With Humor: Finding Your Voice
A writer's voice is what attracts readers to stay on the page, finish the piece, and return for more. Voice makes writing uniquely the author's, and it can sink the poem, feature story, or op-ed piece for one reader and elevate it for another. As you're learning how to write with humor, keep the following things in mind!
Humor is Important to Voice
Humor can be a great part of voice. In fact, some would argue that it is a necessary part. Humor helps the reader:
remember key points