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For a long time many people thought that learning to read was like learning to understand a spoken language- that it was a netural process. For example, it was thought that most children would learn to read naturally if they were in an environment with lots of books and were allowed to develop reading skills in their own way. The idea that reading is a natural process is quite common among educators, but actually learning to read is as difficult as learning to juggle while riding a unicycle backwards. The truth is that learning to read is one of the most unnatural things anyone can do. 長くなって申し訳ありませんが、上の英文の和訳を教えてください(>_<)

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長い間、多くの人々は、読むことを覚えることは、話し言葉を理解できるようになるのと似ている・・・それは自然なプロセスであると考えてきました。 たとえば、ほとんどの子供たちは、たくさんの本がある環境にいて、好きなように読書技術を伸ばすことが許されれば、自然に読むことを学ぶだろうと考えられていました。 読むことが、自然なプロセスであるという考え方は、教育者の間でとても一般的です、しかし、実は、読むことを覚えるのは、一輪車に乗ってバックしながら曲芸をすることを覚えるのと同じくらい難しいのです。 本当は、読むことの学習は、誰でもすることができる最も不自然なことの1つなのです。

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