When doing homework, a child may encounter certain obstacles that delay work time. First they must defeat them together with their parents.
One type of interference is incomprehensible words. First of all, they are found in Russian-language and literary texts, texts are more structured in tasks in other subjects. Most often, incomprehensible words (obsolete, dialectal, etc.) are explained in footnotes or in the dictionary attached at the end of the textbook, but it is impossible to record all such words. In this case, you should use additional dictionaries and manuals together with the child or explain the meaning of the word to him on your own. It happens that a child does not understand a word that, according to the authors of the textbook, he should know; and children of small peoples and other nationalities may not understand a word from the basic vocabulary of the Russian language.
Another type of interference is an overly complex task that is completed in multiple steps, a common occurrence in research essays. If you, God forbid, were asked this type of essay, immediately look for authors for yourself, otherwise you will think later, who could write my research paper, but it will be too late. Basically it's math. Among the children there are like "meteors" who think immediately and hastily, it is difficult to assimilate the subject; the latter often find it difficult to cope with tasks consisting of several stages, and even more so with the search for non-standard solutions.
In fact, both “meteoric” (usually sanguine and choleric) and liberated (usually phlegmatic and melancholic) children, quite normal in terms of intellectual development, differ only in bodies. If a child is not very fast thinking and gets lost when seeing complex, multi-step tasks, he needs help. In the future, even ideal phlegmatic people will understand what it is and will be able to quickly and accurately perform such tasks.