School assignments killed his son’s love of reading, writes Tony on Leading Motivated Learners.
Reading logs and summaries became a chore, he writes. Written responses were “never checked or responded to.”
“Book reports . . . became more about drawing some amazing picture to go on the cover of the report than anything else,” Tony complains. “They were also so formulaic that little thought went into completing them.”
Johann Sebastian Bach
Instead of reading a passage, then answering comprehension questions, his son “would just read the questions and the multiple choice answers and then…
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