Question #11500058

Is this considered cheating?

My daughter is in 2nd grade. Every week they read a story and take a test on Friday. We read the story together every night taking turns on the pages. I was browsing through the internet last week and I came across comprehension questions for the story they were on and I asked my daughter those questions. It turns out they were some of the ?'s on the test. All of my daughters comprehension tests this far have been an A without those ?'s. Do you think helping her study with these is considered cheating, because if so I will not go to that website anymore. Should I ask the teacher. I don't want my daughter to be taught wrong. Thank u so much for the help. :)

2013-11-01 03:23:14

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