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How important is children's reading?

Children's reading has gradually become a topic of concern for teachers and parents today. But at the present stage, children's reading is still recognized as the main way to improve their language ability and knowledge. Children's reading is far from being recognized and valued. The concept and method of children's reading have not been popularized.


Why do children read?


Reading is much more than reading and reading comprehension.


But the answer to this question is, like children's characteristics, full of uncertainty.


Miller, who loves reading and brings his students to the reading journey, replied in his book "the speaker of the book":


"I want my students to feel that the reward for reading is like reading for life. Reading is like a university course in life, expanding our vocabulary and background knowledge in countless fields; reading can lead us to where we can never get away from books; reading helps us find friends with similar problems; they can give advice on how to solve these problems; through reading, we can witness all the sublime, beauty or belonging to human beings. Cold; through the characters in the book, we learn how to deal with others; most importantly, reading is a kind of sharing behavior that connects you to other readers. You share the same journey, and the same Wonderland is also changed by these experiences.


There is also such a saying in the classic book "happy days" of world children's literature.


For children, reading a good book is a special experience. Children who enjoy reading experience happily grow up in this process, and his personal identity has also injected some new contents. Now he will be more receptive to his ideas and impressions, all of which will illuminate his next brand new journey. He has acquired something lasting and eternal, and no one can take it away. Children will experience different stages in reading, just as they grow up physically. A child may go through reading fairy tales from the beginning, reading books about Vikings, and becoming interested in Mars. But he will never lose his imagination from fairy tales. Reading books about the Vikings will give him a sense of history and let him appreciate the long and distant road from the past to the present. Doubts about the universe will remain in his life except for the curiosity and speculation of other worlds in the human world. All the books he read with joy will become the foundation of his future reading, which will lead to his desire and demand for more books.


The process of reading is, in the final analysis, a process by which individuals recognize objects and recognize themselves.


A person's direct experience is limited, and a great deal of cognition must be achieved through reading. After the initial cognitive card, children get "naming" for everything. When they are not satisfied with simple cognition, they like to listen to stories, and imagine continuous and vivid pictures in adults' warm arms. Many children are gradually falling in love with reading in listening to stories, and do not need to rely on adults, so they can take the initiative to understand the world, integrate themselves into culture and find themselves.


Therefore, reading is not planar, but stereoscopic; reading is not utilitarian but life itself. Children's reading is about children's growth.