Advantages Of Reading Skills

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English language is an international and widespread way of communication between all countries and it is used as one of the main connection system among the societies. A large number of EFL learners educate in Iran because of different reasons like communicative purposes ,trading goals, and spread of English. Statistics shows that there are many primary and secondary school learners learn English in institutions and they try to improve their learning via different English instructional courses.To learn a language it is substantiated that all four skills should be emphasized and paid attention equally. Reading and writing are two of main skills in L1 and L2 language learning. McDonnell, (2006) defines reading as a decoding…show more content…
Learners will be independent readers and they will improve their learning through independent reading. The third advantages of reading can be the ability of completing home works and assignments in a speedy time. Skilled reader reads the reading materials correctly, without hesitation, and quickly, but poor readers stumble and totter in their reading.When learners became fluent in their reading, they reach to a mass amount of vocabulary knowledge, and then they become automatic in reading and their cognitive attention move toward getting…show more content…
Rasinski,(2003) believes that reading fluency is the ability to read accurately, quickly, effortlessly and with appropriate expression and meaning. To be fluent in reading, reader should be able to decode the words fluently with almost 95 % accuracy. Reading fluency is the power to read quickly and accurately. The more fluent a reader, the more he or she automatically groups and recognizes words. Fluent readers excel at oral reading, which is highlighted by smooth and natural expression. Reading fluency is important because it provides a bridge between word recognition and reading comprehension. Since fluent readers don’t have to concentrate on decoding the actual words, they can focus their attention on what the text actually means. They can make mental connections throughout the text, as well as apply those connections to their personal backgrounds and experiences. Simply, fluent readers recognize the words and comprehend their overall meaning at the same
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