Effective teaching of reading is a complex job that looks deceptively simple to the casual reader, or even to the University professor who has limited experience in teaching young children. The teaching of reading is over-simplified by the writers for most popular journals. On the other hand, the teaching of reading or being the best reader possible has some analogy to pursuing perfection, we are always only on the way, never at the peak of perfection. Each new insight into the reading process opens up vaster uncharted vistas and seas of wisdom, both as to the art of reading and to the art of teaching reading. Education is a continuous process and so is good, better, and best reading a vital part of all formal and informal education.
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