Reading is important to enhance the knowledge and skills of pupils. All schools has implemented different interventions in reading to prompt pupils and in making it as a regular part of their routine whether they’re reading solo or together with their classmates, parents, or friends. It gives the teacher a structured time to touch base with each pupil over a period of time, assess progress, and target instruction. Even more important, it gives pupils time to read what they want to read, share what they’ve read, and receive the support they need for further reading explorations and reflections.
Even more important, it gives students time to read what they want to read, share what they've read, and receive the support they need for further reading explorations and reflections.
Pupils can be encouraged to show their enthusiasm in reading through their reading habit throughout the year. They can spread the importance of reading by attending an event in the community or by reading at home with other children, siblings or friends. All teachers who played a very significant role in developing pupils’ reading ability should be acknowledged for their effort and special contribution towards the life of the pupils.
Through, teachers’ positive view about reading can make a positive impact to all pupils and the children’s perception of themselves as readers positively affects the effort they made to read which may relate to their literacy development.