Reflection Paper On Reading Skills

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Communications skills is a big help for improvement

It is considered as the language of the sea and this is the most commonly spoken languages in the world. As I entered this academy, we are expected to have a background knowledge in any fields of subjects. Before I entered here in the academy, I have a common subject that I have here now, especially on ENGLISH 1 (Study and Thinking Skills). I am expected to have a lot of ideas for English I. All of the midshipman is required to use it because it is the policy of the academy. This course aims to develop students’ listening, reading and writing skills for academic study. In this course the most interesting activity is on how we improve our listening, reading
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It is by reading that what I learn much of what you need to know about my different school subjects. Reading is also an excellent way to improve your general English. You can only learn from reading, however, if what you read is not too difficult. For this reason, it is important to know what makes texts difficult and how you can improve your chances of understanding them. To be a good reader or to improve my reading skills, I should expand my vocabulary to improve my reading skills. The first thing that I will do if I don’t know meaning of the word is I try to use first the context clues to figure out what it means. And if not, I wrote down the words and looking it up to the dictionary and review it. To expand my vocabulary, putting my words into actions is also good for me remember the words that I just say. And then, knowing the purpose why am I reading. If I know my reading purpose, perhaps by looking first at the questions I must know the answer after reading. Reading 10 words every morning will help me to gain more vocabulary words. When we are reading we should be focused on the words that we are not…show more content…
To write clearly it is essential to understand the basic system of a language. In English this includes knowledge of grammar, punctuation and sentence structure. Vocabulary is also necessary, as is correct spelling and formatting. In writing, correct grammar, punctuation and spelling are key in written communications. The reader will form an opinion of you, the author, based on both the content and presentation, and errors are likely to lead them to form a negative impression. First, to be a good writer the writings shouldn’t be explained everything. If you’ve taken the time to organize your thoughts in advance, you should be able to keep things simple. The idea is to give readers just enough to understand what you’re communicating without overwhelming them with trivial details. If you find yourself getting in the weeds with more details than you need, look at each piece of information and ask whether it’s essential to help your reader understand your message. Second, if the message is complex, outline it. It doesn’t take much thought-organizing to compose the average text message, but if you’re writing something more complex, with multiple angles, questions, or requests, get all that stuff sorted before you sit down to write. Making an outline, or even just some quick notes about the topics you want to cover, can save you time answering clarifying questions
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