There has been some debate regarding which skill is more crucial, reading or writing?
With our current education curriculum and superior voice-activated technology, reading is our likely victor as it seems one must know how to read if they want to write competently. However, both are necessary, so rather than the either-or dispute, let’s just call the two of them paramount. Both abilities are symbiotic, and it’s a fact that the skills of one will increase by having the knowledge of the other.
(Check out our previous post: Why Is Reading So Important?)
The ability to adequately express thoughts, feelings, and information through written word will:
Writing is also a:
Academic instructors and employment professionals often use this art as a reference to assess one’s learning abilities, productivity, and overall intellect. A person’s capability to write effectively, with correct grammar and punctuation, will lead to a positive impression for whoever is evaluating their performance. This individual may base acceptance, hiring, and promotions upon such factors. Consequently, it’s worth learning efficiently and taking the time to practice regularly to strengthen this craft.