How To Help You Child With Homework You Don't Understand
The first thing you want to do is make sure that your child has
High schools' assignments are getting more and more difficult, and many times parents do not understand the material that's being handed out. The first thing you want to do is make sure that your child has a daily log of their assignments. You want to make sure that your teacher has explained the assignment to the child, and both verbally and written, if possible, so that if you don't understand the assignment, you can refer back to - at least understand what the assignment is. So you want to make sure that both verbally and written in some way that you understand what the assignment is. Also, if you don't understand the assignment, you can go to the school for help. You can always ask the teacher to explain what the assignment is. You want to make sure that you have access to the child's textbook. Usually, the information comes from the child's textbook, and there will be some background knowledge that can help you understand, at least well enough to be able to help them with a specific assignment. Also, you can ask the teacher for the correct answers to that material. Oftentimes, your child's textbook - there may be a teacher's guide or a teacher's edition available at your school library, or as other community resources, where you, without giving your child the answer, can at least familiarize yourself with some of the answers, and you can help work backwards that way with your child.