Why do we need to read? What is our purpose of reading? This is some questions that we know when we read.
Reading skills are essential to success in society today the ability to read is highly valued and very important for social and economic advancement. Most children are beginning or trying to talk around the age of two years. This is a time when language skills are just starting to develop.
Even though it usually too early of an age to expect a child to read, there is no reason why the parent cannot start the reading process by reading aloud to them. Instilling reading into a child’s life can prove to be one of the most valuable skills that they will ever learn. As a result from reading books, the child will be more likely to read and speak in front of people.
The purpose of reading is to earn knowledge from what we have read. Knowledge, ultimately, is an understanding of the cause and effect relationships that govern our lives, the nature and role of each entity in relation to all. Knowledge allows us to describe, affect and predict the natural world. Without knowledge, values and dreams are impotent; even the best intentions can go very far astray.
As a result of reading books over a period of time, a learning process is formed. There are a great many benefits to be gained from reading books. It is proven that in this technological society the demands for higher levels of literacy are creating unfavorable consequences for those who fall short. This is even more of reason to get into the habit of reading books. Sharing books with a child is an active approach to the learning of lifelong language skills and to ensure future success.