A lot of children have difficulty understanding the cause and effect that are involved in a single situation. They may also have difficulty understanding that the consequences of certain actions can have greater impact than others. It's useful for children to gradually develop this understanding through life-experiences and reading.
These exercises are a collection of little incidences that may occur in a child's daily life. The child can use it both to practice reading Traditional Chinese, and also to inspire conversations with parents, teachers, and classmates about cause and effect.
How to use this?
* There are no set answers for these exercises
* For pre-reading children, adults can read 1 question to them a day, and guide children in understanding what the question is asking. Children can then organically discuss possibilities regarding the question at opportune moments throughout the day.
*Children who are practicing reading can read the question themselves, and then discuss the content with parents.
*For classroom use: Teachers can assign 1 question a day as homework
* As adults become familiar with the format, events in everyday life can be analyzed using this format.
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