Learning To Read Quotes by Margaret Mead, Michael J. Schmoker, Janis Ian, William Labov, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Stephen D. Krashen and many others.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.
When we unnecessarily elongate the process of “learning to read,” we postpone “reading to learn learning itself – by years.
I’ve always been an avid reader. If I don’t have a book in the car, I’ll stop and pick one up just to have something to read. I don’t even remember learning to read.
An important aspect of the current situation is the strong social reaction against suggestions that the home language of African American children be used in the first steps of learning to read and write.
The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books.
Learning to read in one language helps us read a second language.
I don’t remember learning to read, but the first thing I remember reading is a science fiction novel.
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
I think the cardinal rule of learning to write is learning to read first. I learned to write by learning to read.
Learning to read the Bible in the light of the times in which it was written is critical.
Reading aloud with children is known to be the single most important activity for building the knowledge and skills they will eventually require for learning to read.
My earliest memory is learning to read ‘Muffin the Mule’ when I was about three.
To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark.
Some people there are who, being grown; forget the horrible task of learning to read. It is perhaps the greatest single effort that the human undertakes, and he must do it as a child.
In many cultures, women are sometimes literally kept from learning to read or from going to school.
This very certain that each man carries in his eye the exact indication of his rank in the immense scale of men, and we are always learning to read it. A complete man should need no auxiliaries to his personal presence.
My father… never required me to study anything, but he knew how to inspire in me a great desire for knowledge. Before learning to read, my greatest pleasure was to listen to passages from Buffon’s natural history. I constantly requested him to read me the history of animals and birds.