You will prepare and submit a term paper on Assisting Children to Read More. Your paper should be a minimum of 2250 words in length. Developing a user-friendly website for students to prove their knowledge of books, and educating district faculty on the use and intent of the program, so that they may encourage the students.
In order to determine how to get students to read, RoMo One on One set out to determine the activities that students were spending their time on. However, the group set the foundation for their projects by identifying the long-term benefits of reading. Even though reading was faulted on making an individual intelligent than the other, the group acknowledged it was a necessary catalyst in increasing intelligence. Reading sharpens cognitive skills, such as communication, vocabulary, focus, and memory that are known to boost communication in students. The project faced a major problem because students at the public school did not want to read, and it was necessary to create an incentive to encourage reading culture.
The long-term objective of encouraging students to read is to increase their chances of joining better colleges and land in successful careers to later assist others in society. Therefore, this called for an incentive by the group because there was a current decline in SAT tests in writing and reading. Funnily, the SAT tests were soon becoming the standard for choosing students to college, which would lead to poor selections to colleges.
In order to create an incentive for students to read books that expand knowledge on a variety of life issues, RoMo One on One group decided to develop a website that students could log into and take quizzes on books they had read. In this incentive, passing quizzes about books earned students points depending on a book’s difficulty and the points were redeemed for prizes. This was considered a diversion tactic to keep students away from their electronics. However, the group made many modifications to their incentive in order to increase its effectiveness and outcome.