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I do not speak English well, how can I help my children with their homework? Many Hispanic families face a hurdle when it comes to helping their children with their homework: their parents don't speak English well. What to do? The support and encouragement that children receive at home when doing homework is important to the academic evolution of students in school, especially in the early years and much more during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic . However, many Hispanic families face an obstacle: their parents do not speak English well. What to do? Despite the language barrier, here are some ways to help your young children with their homework and schoolwork. 1) Get help with homework at your child's school. You must not let communication barriers keep you away from your child's school information. In this case, Hispanics may ask for an interpreter and make an appointment for a virtual meeting with an interpreter appointed by the school system. If everything is bad at school with translators and you need to do your homework, the Internet can help you, where you can ask someone to write my essay for me for a small fee and they will help you quickly. 2) Look for resources in the library Every public library has a book called Read Aloud Books, which has pictures and a CD for listening to audio while the little one watches the text. You can listen to the story and study together. 3) Do your English homework If your child is sent to read books, try to find a Spanish version of the pantomime (on paper or on audio) so you know what they are about. 4) Invite the children to read the assignment aloud. Children in kindergarten through second or third grade usually have to read 20 minutes each day. It is recommended that you let them read aloud and then ask what they understood from what they read. 5) Despite the fact that your child is still small, he should already try to learn the basics of the English language. Grammar, articles, types of sentences , word plays and more are a large part of English, but you can gradually get into it.
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