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Reading discuss both view

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Parents throughout the world place spend time reading with their offspring to prepare them for school where their literacy skills are further developed; however, recent research suggests that focusing on reading at an early age can be detrimental, and participating in fun activities would be far more beneficial. I am a strong advocate of this approach, and the benefits of it will be covered in this essay. A fundamental reason for this is that there is no biological age for reading, and pushing infants to acquire this skill before they are ready could have repercussions. For example, in the UK, many boys are reluctant readers, possibly because of being forced to read, and this turned them off reading. By focusing on other activities and developing other skills such as creativity and imagination, when they are ready to read, they usually acquire this skill rapidly. In addition, the importance of encouraging creativity and developing a child’s imagination must be acknowledged. Through play, youngsters develop social and cognitive skills, for example, they are more likely to learn vocabulary through context rather than learning it from a book. Furthermore, play allows youngsters to mature emotionally, and gain self-confidence. There is no scientific research which suggests reading at a young age is essential for a child’s development, moreover, evidence suggests the reverse is true. In Finland, early years’ education focuses on playing. Reading is only encouraged if a child shows and interest in developing this skill. This self-directed approach certainly does not result in Finnish school leavers falling behind their foreign counterparts. In fact, Finland was ranked the sixth best in the world in terms of reading. Despite being a supporter of this non-reading approach, I strongly recommend incorporating bedtime stories into a child’s daily routine. However, reading as a regular daytime activity should be swapped for something which allows the child to develop other skills.
Parents throughout the world place spend time
reading
with their offspring to prepare them for school where their literacy
skills
are
further
developed;
however
, recent research suggests that focusing on
reading
at an early age can be detrimental, and participating in fun activities would be far more beneficial. I am a strong advocate of this approach, and the benefits of it will
be covered
in this essay. A fundamental reason for this is that there is no biological age for
reading
, and pushing infants to acquire this
skill
before
they are ready could have repercussions.
For example
, in the UK,
many
boys are reluctant readers,
possibly
because
of
being forced
to read, and this turned them off
reading
. By focusing on other activities and developing other
skills
such as creativity and imagination, when they are ready to read, they
usually
acquire this
skill
rapidly
.
In addition
, the importance of encouraging creativity and developing a
child’s
imagination
must
be acknowledged
. Through play, youngsters develop social and cognitive
skills
,
for example
, they are more likely to learn vocabulary through context
rather
than learning it from a book.
Furthermore
, play
allows
youngsters to mature
emotionally
, and gain self-confidence. There is no scientific research which suggests
reading
at a young age is essential for a
child’s
development,
moreover
, evidence suggests the reverse is true. In Finland, early years’ education focuses on playing. Reading is
only
encouraged if a
child
shows
and interest in developing this
skill
. This self-directed approach
certainly
does not result in Finnish
school leavers
falling behind their foreign counterparts. In fact, Finland
was ranked
the sixth best in the world in terms of reading. Despite being a supporter of this non-reading approach, I
strongly
recommend incorporating bedtime stories into a
child’s
daily routine.
However
,
reading
as a regular daytime activity should
be swapped
for something which
allows
the
child
to develop other
skills
.
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