Writing and Reading really go hand in hand, reinforcing and extending each other by being able to make one critically think and critically read. Reading and writing also encourages us to think. We introduce to the concept of reading at a very early age. It remains with us in different forms throughout our life. It is very important to instill the habit of reading right from childhood. You can put in children, the habit of reading bedtime stories. Reading during the early years helps the child in improving his/her language skills.
When children learn to recognize written words, it enables them to mock the words and then is able to write. Avid readers and writers are also deter at processing information faster than those who read less. The research presented by the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology proves that poor readers have poorer short-memory functions.  As a result, avid readers have a broader outlook, are quicker to analyze facts and find connections between unrelated ideas. Reading and writing are forms of communication.
Everyone knows about writing to entertain, also to communicate descriptions, information, and evaluations, as well as to persuade readers, and present solutions to problems. Through reading, people learn how to understand different ways f thinking and feelings of others; becoming more open minded. We use information to decide where to vacation, what movie to see, which cars are reliable, and for whom we should vote. In today society, it is very critical you know how to read and write.
With advancement of technology, today’s forms of communication have increased from writing on paper to sending emails and texts. Also in today’s society, a survey conducted among 64 American companies revealed that half of them pay attention to writing when considering a person for employment or promotion . For all these reasons are to why reading and writing go hand in hand. Reading and writing have processes in which it helps you develop an idea of what you are reading or writing. Both processes are very simple.
In The Bedford Guide for College Writers, the authors state that these processes show that you know a fact, comprehend its meaning, and can apply it to a new situation”(Kennedy, Kennedy, and Mouth 26). Knowing is one of the first processes in the reading process. Once you read the passage, and you have some background information “you can decode and recall information it presents”. (Kennedy, Kennedy, and Mouth 26) The next step they give is “comprehension”, which is o understand the information given..
Then the next process is “applying’, to” attach” (Kennedy, Kennedy, and Mouth 26) the knowledge and information you already know. In addition, each time you write a draft, you are a more knowledgeable person than you were previously. The authors in The Bedford Guide for College Writers go on and also state” when your ideas start to flow, you want to welcome them not tear them apart” (Kennedy, Kennedy, and Mouth 10). By knowing that others will read, a writer will work harder to make certain the piece reaches its highest possible potential.