Tips for Parents with children son are
There are many differences between girls and boys, and these differences also affect their ability to learn and study. The brains of girls and boys are different, and this makes boys less interested in learning and studying, and in this regard, the ball is in the hands of girls.
There are differences in the tendency of girls and boys to read books. The bitterness of the facts that have been obtained in recent decades and through many studies shows that it is more common among boys to study.
The difference between boys and girls in studying
There is ample evidence that:
Gender, as a factor in learning, reading, and desire to study plays a special role.
The number of boys who need special training is much higher.
Boys enter university less than girls.
Boys drop out of school more than girls.
Boys at puberty are more likely to describe themselves as uninterested in reading.
So consider the gender differences when doing and finishing things for children:
Boys need more time to learn to read.
Boys are less interested in studying
Boys read less than girls.
Girls are significantly superior to boys in understanding narrative, narrative and descriptive texts.
Boys are superior to girls in extracting information from texts or doing tasks that are directly related to work and life. Thus, teachers of literature and even reading and practical lessons can combine reading assignments with the realities of life.
For example, considering the teenager’s interest, ask him to provide information about the types of teen movies or the stages of the invention of television or any other device that the teenager himself wants, or to research the current state of Europa League clubs and even cars.
Do not be prejudiced about what the children read, because we are supposed to get our children used to reading. Not to impose the line of study on them
in attitude and attitude
Boys do not believe in their ability to read and read compared to girls.
Boys are less likely to view reading as a fun activity. They do not find reading enjoyable and, compared to girls, study mostly to achieve a useful goal.
There are more boys than girls who do not consider themselves literate, even if they study in some fields.
Boys are less eager to read than girls.
Here are some tips for finding boys who are reluctant to read:
Choose boys’ favorite books: When boys read a lot of topics such as newspapers, magazines, sports news, humor, jokes, etc., they still do not consider themselves as readers. Precisely because these topics have not been evaluated as readable and valuable in schools and even in the eyes of most parents.
In selecting books and texts for your home or school library, survey your children and students to strengthen their sense of ownership and interest in new resources.
You must have heard many times from your teenagers or students that in order to reject your offer to read a story or book that you find very interesting, they justify themselves with the phrase “I do not like to read this because it does not work!”
Encourage the boys to share their favorite books with their friends and keep the spirit of reading alive in each other.
Do not be prejudiced about what the children read, because we are supposed to get our children used to reading. Not to impose the line of study on them.
The second task is to make the children run away from the book. If a teenager becomes accustomed to reading, in the future he or she will no longer read mere jokes and sports reports and will find his or her own way of choosing things that will help him or her life better.
Boys give the best answer when: The
programs that are designed for them are in the form of small, digestible, and short-lived snacks.
Divide each lesson into several activities and engage them with active teaching methods such as research, thinking, discussion, and exchange.
Offer to learn content that is boring to them, within their area of interest, and has a specific purpose behind it.