Everyone knows that the best way to write better is to read more. Did you know it could also work the other way round?
Big Universe, a platform that helps accelerate literacy by inspiring students and empowering teachers, has just released an interesting infographic that explains three writing practices designed to improve reading.
The infographic is addressed to teachers who want to help their students develop both reading and writing skills, but the tips are helpful for anyone who just needs to understand better how reading and writing depend on each other.
The more students write about what they read, the better they understand what they’ve read.
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Via Big Universe Blog.
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