Reading teachers hope all their students will become lifelong readers. Students who can successfully propel themselves through print and who view reading as a worthwhile activity are most likely to form this type of permanent attachment to reading. Thus, there should be two ultimate goals of all reading instruction: the evolution of both competent and avid readers.
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