“He that loves reading has everything within his reach”

                                                                         ~ William Godwin

Very true, how nicely this quote has covered the basic concept and function of reading for having a good, wise, and an intellectual life. If a person can’t read, s/he can’t do anything in life as he’ll be marked illiterate. How reading is helpful? There’s an epic gravity in this question as it can’t be explained, can’t put into words, what I can say, a person who can’t read is like a blind man crossing a busy road.  You know what? The basic foundation of our intellectualism, and how to being wise and gentle is being laid in the very beginning of our academic career, and when we take step out of this field, by that time, we become a totally mature, and moderate person who know how to survive in this civilization, we learn the ABC of communication skill.

If I talk about the significance of reading, then word count will break all limits, yet I won’t be able to properly describe what place reading has marked in our daily lives, a person who’s not good in speaking and learning language can learn a lot by reading as he’ll learn the usage of words in different ways, it’ll develop their thinking skills, and can bring a tremendous change in one’s level of intellectualism and knowledge. Well, well, the theme of this post is not to emphasize on reading &its significance but, it aims to throw light on those 4 major levels of reading which though we practice daily but, are not aware of their proper value.

In the academic world, every student read and write but, do they practice these major levels of reading? If yes, do they know their complete names? Not sure, no problem, you can avail interesting academic writing services via this informative post, reading comes first as it has been emphasized every time, if you can read, then you can write. So, let’s go through these 4 major levels of reading.

4 Levels of Reading:

  • Elementary reading
  • Inspection Reading
  • Analytical Reading
  • Syn optical Reading

1 – Elementary Reading:

This is an initial reading; we can also call it a basic reading that is taught to students in comprehension, the elementary reading creates the basics of reading & writing. It’s a phase in which students learn how to read.

2 – Inspirational Reading:

An inspection reading is a second level in which students read books deeply in order to examine on what genre it’s been written, and what the book is about. The basic aim of this reading is to mark what’s given in the book and is usually practiced through exams.

3 – Analytical Reading:

 It is a third greatest level of reading that is practiced in the college level, when readers analyze the written material such as “in which intention author has used a word, or what style, tone author has used to support his/her argument” this reading is found while reading Shakespeare plays.

4 – Synoptic Reading:

This is the last, yet biggest level of reading practiced for high degree projects and academic works including term papers, dissertation, or thesis in which students read different texts, and books on same topic, or subject to get the profound understanding, and to reach any specific conclusion, and concept of topic, a synoptic reading is also known as comparative reading.


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