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|Other Titles:||Language Ability and Interaction between Reading and Writing|
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
Reading and writing are different language abilities that are both based on concept and fonn to fonn image in a corresponding and interactive relation. Writing, in a compliant sequence, exercises the inherent “intuition" to create concept and fonn. Reading, in a reverse sequence, employs the acquired “model searching" to assure the meaning of concept and fonn. Therefore, reading and writing are interactive by means of language ability in a compliant/reverse sequence to present "Image".
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