One important life skill that children should learn is how to advocate for themselves and communicate appropriately with adults and teachers. This is especially important during this period of remote learning. That is why it is the perfect time to teach your child how to write an email to their teachers that communicates their needs in a polite manner. Below are a few tips to make sure your child includes in their email:
As adults, it is easy to take the skill of email writing for granted, but many children may need help in knowing exactly how to construct an email that conveys their point of view in a clear and concise manner. This is one of the first steps in teaching them how to speak up for themselves on their own - an important life skill for sure!
Any questions? Please email us at Janice@Neighborhoodlit.com. Taylor Burke is a teacher and Director of Communications at Neighborhood Lit. and works closely with Janice Migliazza, a Reading Specialist and owner of Neighborhood Lit, Route 34, Colts Neck to bring you this information.