Application Plan on Reading Term Paper by Nicky

A look at ways to improve students' reading.
# 150044 | 1,383 words | 1 source | APA | 2012 | US
Published on Jan 22, 2012 in Education (Reading) , Education (Special)

$19.95 Buy and instantly download this paper now


This paper examines issues and challenges that students face with reading, offering suggestions and methods to overcome them. First, the paper looks at the reasons that students today are less likely to read than in years past. Then, the paper addresses the importance of reading comprehension and how to improve it. Various scholars and their works are cited. Additionally, the paper makes suggestions for teachers on how to encourage reading and teach steps for becoming strong readers. This may include reading aloud to students or giving reading projects or reading initiatives. The paper concludes by discussing how teachers can inspire students to develop strong reading skills, particularly noting how reading will impact their future.


Reading Lessons
Reading Projects
Reading Initiatives

From the Paper:

"In the past, students were not so bombarded with technology and when they wished to be entertained, it was either television, radio, the cinema, records and of course reading, but with the advent of technology, beginning sometime in the mid 1980's, today's students do not see any point to reading, for they see it as redundant, unnecessary and at times boring, due in part to the wide access to the Internet, I-phones, texting, and most certainly entertainment provided by the mass media which predominantly utilizes images instead of words to convey ideas and concepts. Thus, as any professional teacher in today's modern world knows so well, this situation demands improvement, especially related to getting students (and young adults) to read (i.e., books) instead of spending their free time (and most of their school time) in front of a computer, a television or some other technology-based instrument or product, thus increasing their appreciation for the written word."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Zullo, Rebecca L. (2004). Literacy for Learning: Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum. Canton, OH: Communicate Institute.

Cite this Term Paper:

APA Format

Application Plan on Reading (2012, January 22) Retrieved March 23, 2023, from

MLA Format

"Application Plan on Reading" 22 January 2012. Web. 23 March. 2023. <>