8 Tips for Students to Love Reading

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Reading is a reception, analyzing and interpreting activity carried out by the reader to obtain the message to be conveyed by the writer in the written media. Reading books has many amazing benefits for us. Reading is not just about gaining knowledge and opening up to the wider outside world.

Many things more than that can be obtained from reading a book. Unfortunately, in Indonesia there is very little interest in reading. Indonesian people prefer to see than to read. Though reading has many benefits, not to open minds, but reading is very good for health.

Reading fondness for the community, especially students is very important. The most important thing is reading textbooks, notes and learning resource books. This activity is related to student learning outcomes. The more students take the time to read, the better the student’s learning achievement.

So reading books for students is not only when pressed as if they want to face tests or face tests at school. But it is unfortunate that the interest in reading for students at this time is quite attentive.

Therefore, parents and teachers must motivate students to enjoy reading from an early age. Growing students’ interest in reading is difficult – easy and difficult. Parents like me busy in my job at Nursing Assignment Writing Service UK must hire a teacher who motivates your kids for reading and give them proper time to improve their reading skills by following the 8 tips given below:

8 Tips for Students to Love Reading. 

1. Creating a Classroom Atmosphere 
If you are used to reading, it can be done anywhere and anytime. For beginners requires qualified space, such as the availability of comfortable chairs, and a number of varied books. In the classroom, for example, try to fill it with interesting books. If the classroom is surrounded by books slowly students will be interested to touch the book, then open it, look at pictures, and start reading page after page.

2. Study in the Library. 
Learning for students is not only in the classroom or in the classroom. Occasionally it might be better if students move to study in the library. In the library will provide opportunities for students to find and read books related to the subject being studied.

In addition to creating a fondness for student learning, Accuracy or location of the library should be far from you. Book collections must be updated every month, adjusting the financial condition of the school, because in the provision of new books that deal directly with students’ daily lives, students will attract interest in reading, this will also make students enjoy reading books without the teacher has to move his study hours in the library. At rest and hours they will visit the library to read a book.

3. Spend time reading before and after the lesson 
The teacher always provides opportunities and time for the child to read the learning book at the beginning and end of the lesson. For example, about 5 or 10 minutes before starting the lesson, and likewise when ending the teaching and learning process. Therefore the teacher or subject requires students to have and bring books on both primary and supporting subjects.

4. Give Home Tasks 
So that Students Read More Students have more time to study at home independently. Read notebooks, books and other supporting books. Giving homework assignments can be done not only by giving questions or questions that students must do, but it can also provide homework assignments. The task of reading books has also been very good for encouraging students to love reading. Give homework or homework to students to read a subject matter or other source of learning, then one day test it. Such a method is commonly done by teachers, in addition to expediting the way students read, will also increase student reading interest.

5. Finding the Right Book for Students 
Sometimes a teacher often presents students with books that students must read. Do not apply this method to students, because that method is no longer effective for students, even in that way will foster saturation of students in reading books.

The low interest in reading books can be because students have not found the right book. If there are already types of books that are of interest to students, interest will slowly arise. As a teacher, it is his duty to help students find topics that they like.

Starting from the teacher, find out about students’ hobbies, or find out something he likes like TV series. Then look for books that match similar themes and characters. This method is not an easy thing and requires a lot of time, but it is more effective.

6. Evaluating Student Learning Activities 
Every student learning needs to be evaluated both verbally and non-verbally. Ask students how many hours and how many books are read in one day. If the time and number of books read is very small, then you as a teacher must motivate students to increase their reading time.
You can also give prizes or awards for students who have many hours and books that they have read in one day. It can also motivate other students who are still lacking in reading books, students’ interest in learning will increase until they are fond of reading books every day.

7. Hold a Writing Contest. 
Furthermore, to make students enjoy reading by holding a writing competition. Why the writing competition? Someone who writes well then he must also be a good reader.

The ideas and thinkers of what is read will later become material to be processed so that later it will produce good writing. So this way is very suitable to foster interest in reading a student until later these students will be fond of reading books.

8. Giving Students Assignments to Tell the Contents of Books He Has Read in Front of the Classroom 
The next tips for making students love to read is to tell stories in front of a class of books that have been read before. The teacher will give assignments to students by telling the books they have read, by giving freedom to search for topics they like and from that will foster student interest in reading.

This method is certainly an effective way in addition to increasing student reading interest, will also increase students’ confidence to perform in front of the class.

Thus 8 tips you can do so that students can enjoy reading and don’t forget to continue to motivate students about the importance of reading. Hopefully this article can be useful for all of us. Thank you

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