Parents are the first teachers of their children in many aspects, including the language learning. Numerous studies have shown that parent-child reading can promote the language ability of children who are about to enter the reading stage. Moreover, good parent-child reading process can promote the child’s so-cial development. This paper mainly discusses how to improve the quality of parent-child reading based on the author’s self-analysis and related researches.
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