The science of reading, and why it matters to learn about it (infographic)

Reading books helps you become a better communicator, problem solver and critical thinker. You will expand your knowledge, vocabulary, and empathy.

If you understand how people learn to read, you will be able to identify and develop the way that’s most effective for you.

The science of reading focuses on the components of reading, including decoding, fluency, comprehension, motivation, and instruction.

To quickly learn about the science of reading, you can analyze a chart prepared by R.I.S.E. Arkansas. It splits the reading process into four elements: phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, and vocabulary.

R.I.S.E. Arkansas (Raising Involvement and Student Engagement) is a nonprofit organization that works to close the achievement gap for students in Arkansas. It focuses on providing access to high-quality educational resources and programs that support academic success.

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Via: Reddit Dyslexia Community

One Reply to “The science of reading, and why it matters to learn about it (infographic)”

  1. Loved it.
    This is what I found out in your post
    Great article! Reading truly is a great way to enhance one’s communication skills, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking skills.
    Thanks, Ely Shemer


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