Children's Reading Article Review by Top Papers

Children's Reading
A review of an article that illustrates how the more children read, the better their reading becomes.
# 134089 | 750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Education (Reading)


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The paper discusses how in this article, clear guidance is provided for creating enthusiastic readers. The paper asserts that this is vitally important, as enthusiastic readers spend more time reading, and the more time that is spent reading, the better children read. The paper explains that the more they read, the bigger the vocabulary they build, and hence the more fluently they can read. The paper asserts that while it seems intuitively obvious that the more children read the better they will read, this article is useful in that it spells out precisely why this is so.

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"In this chapter, clear guidance is provided for creating enthusiastic readers. This is vitally important, as enthusiastic readers spend more time reading, and the more time that is spent reading, the better children read. The more they read, the bigger the vocabulary they build, and hence the more fluently they can read. This stress on the amount of reading is very important. For example, Nagy and Anderson (1984) demonstrated that good readers are able to read up to ten times as many words as are poor readers, during the average school day. And as this chapter points out, in general, research has shown that readers who read more also have a higher..."

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