In an ever-changing, complex society based on communication, students must learn how to read. Reading affluently will not only be a valuable skill throughout one’s school experience and academic training but will also prove helpful to students as they travel, apply for career positions, and develop an understanding of local and national politics and events.
Reading, however, does not come naturally to all students. While some students possess a natural talent for reading and writing, others may struggle to read or keep up with course work. To help promote growth for such students and to help students of all ages and skill levels improve their reading levels, teachers can enforce the following strategies: