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Stages of Reading Development
Stages of reading development

There is no doubt that reading is a very complex process. Although it is generally not recognized as a complex system of tasks, it is so for a child learning to read. Anyone with a child who appears to be intelligent, but fails to learn to read, will immediately understand just how complex reading skills are. While speaking is natural and spontaneous, reading has to be taught. Children may learn to read through instruction or by imitating and modeling after family members—older brothers, sisters, aunts, and others. In a literate community, the children are exposed to reading long before they are able to read. We know that the right kind of atmosphere or ambience for reading is provided ...

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