The Importance of Reading
Imagine walking in for a job interview; the supervisor hands you an application to fill out and after sitting down and staring at it blankly for a couple minutes the humiliation gets to you and you finally admit that you cannot read. The supervisor then politely thanks you for coming in, but says there is no way he can hire anybody who cannot read. Reading is more important than ever in today's society. If you cannot read well than you will find it hard to have a successful career, earn people's respect, and even operate in your daily life.
The importance of reading becomes grows more and more everyday. With all the technology that we have today people think that they do not have to read as much when actually you probably need to be able to read better. For example, if you get some new program that will make your job easier on you because you cannot read, how are going to learn how to use it. It is important to learn how to read at a young age. It is even easier to learn how to read at a young age because young kids are more interesting in reading than high school kids. However, if you teach a child to read at a young age you will give them a gift that will always keep on giving and maybe they will always love reading good books, even if all the people they hang around do not read. Even before the kid can read it helps if the parent will read to them. This helps to get the child interested in reading books. Once you get a child interested they will start wanting to read on their own and gradually they will learn. Children who read well will almost always do better in schoolwork and all other aspects of life. Another benefit of teaching kids to read is that reading will keep them out of trouble. While they are reading they will not be out on the town doing drugs and all that other bad stuff. Also, reading stimulates a child's mind and if they are reading a book about a sporting even than the book might influence them...
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