By practicing more and more one could be a good reader or writer.
Writing is, indeed, the reciprocal of reading.
1) All forms of writing should be developed in order to find your voice and specialty.
2) Keeping a journal is helpful in developing as a writer.
Practice, It is practice which can make one a good reader or writer.
1) The more you'll practice reading or writing you'd be able to get into it with a better spontaneity and fluency.
2) You should make a habit of reading newspapers and journals.
In order to become a good reader you must read.
1) The more you read the better you will be.
2) I have seen a marked improvement in their reading/ writing and even their desire to read.
Writing goes hand in hand with reading.
1) Young readers will copy the styles of the writers they enjoy reading.
2) It also allows them to hold a conversation with the text they are reading.
Practice is the best way to be a good Reader and Writer
The best way to be good at both is let spend hours a day doing both.
I am currently teaching the best reader I've ever taught, and he reads incessantly: before school, during school, after school. Instead of eating lunch sometimes, he's reading. Instead of socializing with others, he's reading. Instead of sports, he's reading. He reads assigned literature and escape science fiction: it doesn't matter. He's voracious. As a result, he is preparing himself to be a person of letters. And he scores off the charts on the SAT and AP reading sections, as such--he's been admitted to Harvard summer school as a junior.
Writing is the same way: it must be reciprocal to reading. Writing is an extension of reading, and vice-versa. You should write narrative, expository, poetry, compare/contrast, problem- solution, research papers, letters, emails, book reports. All forms of writing should be developed in order to find your voice