In middle school English teaching, how can a teacher teach reading and writing successfully when he or she does not read widely and fails to write regularly?
How can a teacher with very limited reading and writing expect his or her students to read widely and write regularly?
Can a teacher with very limited reading and writing have his or her expertise in English reading and writing strategies?
The prerequisite for developing English reading and writing strategies is the practice of reading widely and writing regularly. On the one hand, the practice of reading widely and writing regularly necessitates more and more efficient reading and writing strategies. On the other, the development of reading and writing strategies powerfully provides strong technical support for the practice of reading widely and writing regularly. As a matter of fact, reading and writing practice and the development of reading and writing strategies support each other and promote each other.