2013. november 14., csütörtök

The acquisition of knowledge doesn’t mean you’re growing.

My name is really Szabó László István. I like this identity because I feel that I am nothing to this world but my life, and of what inspires me to write. One can never read all the books in the world, nor travel all its roads. The Importance of Reading, Writing and Arithmetic in Early Life and Beyond Educational psychologists have stressed the importance of reading, writing and arithmetic for decades. When teachers instill in their students reading, writing and arithmetic skills early on, children demonstrate higher academic achievement and even higher cognitive ability scores years later. Reading is often colloquially defined as the process of assimilating new written information. In a broader sense, however, reading is the cognitive skill that involves making sense of symbols and deriving meaning from those symbols. Both reading and writing involve sharing and disseminating information. Reading and writing depend on the early acquisition of certain skills. To show high reading proficiency and comprehension, a working knowledge of syntax, diction and semantics is necessary to cultivate early in the schooling process.The more one reads, the more words one is exposed to. The  that early and slow reading acquisition will hamper later reading and cognitive development; alternatively, high reading acquisition will enhance later reading proficiency and cognitive development. The prevailing theory on cognitive ability within the psychological community is predicated on the finding that crystallized intelligence and fluid intelligence are extraordinarily important cognitive skills. Crystallized intelligence is defined as the depth and breadth of one's knowledge and the ability to reason and communicate with that knowledge. In other words, crystallized intelligence is one's cultural understanding. A large component of crystallized intelligence is sheer vocabulary size. Interestingly, the size of one's vocabulary is a serviceable proxy for cognitive ability. Crystallized intelligence, the size of one's vocabulary and IQ correlate very highly with one another. In light of these findings, instilling an early enthusiasm and aptitude for reading may indirectly enhance cognitive ability by increasing one's vocabulary and crystallized intelligence. The world around us is composed of words. Moreover, a knowledge of how to shape words into persuasive prose can help one achieve academic, occupational and material success later in life. Modern research has demonstrated that early reading acquisition is correlated with a host of positive cognitive outcomes. The importance of reading, writing and arithmetic should not be underestimated in today's world of burgeoning technology and intellectual complexity.a link between reasoning, resilience and responsibility to social skills beyond content knowledge. The man interpersonal success is as important as academic excellence. There certainly is a place in tomorrow's workforce for high IQ and high EQ employees. Mankind owes to the child the best it has to give. children and childhood, defined | dreams for the future. One can never read all the books in the world, nor travel all its roads. The white man regards the universe as a gigantic machine hurtling through time and space to its final destruction: individuals in ...

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