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* 1. What is the most important part of your child's learning?

* 2. Is your child good at reading and writing?

* 3. What are the most important things your child needs to do to be a good reader? Please rate the following items.

  Not important Somewhat important Important Very important
Concepts about print (eg reading from left to right)
Letter-sound relationships
Reading ahead
Being able to understand what they read
Re-reading
Reading at home each night
Using pictures to help understanding
Understanding grammar and punctuation
Sounding out

* 4. Who is able to help your child with reading at home? (You may select more than one box)

* 5. Do you take your child to the local library?

* 6. Do you read with your child in your own language?

* 7. Does your child have access to the internet at home?

* 8. Does your child enjoy using technology/computers at school?

* 9. Does your child see you reading at home?

* 10. Does the school provide you with information or workshops to help you assist your child's learning?

* 11. Do you know what teachers do in the classroom to help your child learn?

* 12. Are you clear about your child's learning and what s/he is expected to do?

* 13. How do you know how your child is progressing at school? (You may choose as many options as you like)

* 14. If you were the Principal of Lansvale East Public School, what would you do to ensure that all students were successful at reading?

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