With the years I became mure mature and I started enjoying classic lectures so I started reading more often again. I remember Le Pere Goriot by Honore de Balzac, A Doll’s House by Henry Ibsen and Tartufo by Moliere as my favorites. Last year I came to USA, a country of Anglo-Saxon language and a very different culture. I arrived full of energies and skills thanks my OCD on studying and my curiosity. My experience as reader indicated me the way to improve my English.
Even though I had many brothers and sisters nobody had ever read books to me as much. I had done a lot of reading and learning in school, I enjoyed the first grade. In first grade as a class we frequently took naps and practiced on our reading and writing as well as other general topics. I figured I would love reading when my teacher had read multiple books out loud and showed us the pictures on each page. On each page there would be a large dazzling picture that would attract the class’s attention.
A Learning Experience: Reading and Writing Through most of my adolescent years, reading books and writing my thoughts took patience that I lacked and a desire my mind could not want for. But as the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20. I know now that we are fortunate to have the opportunities to learn to read and write at such a young age. We are willingly and eagerly taught by our families, friends, neighbors, and teachers at school. But I find myself wondering, what about those that were not so lucky?
Tablets or Textbooks? It was not so long ago when students around our age used heavy textbooks. Those days were quite memorable; back in middle school, students made bets and those who lose had to carry all those heavy textbooks to the classroom. These days young students may not know the heaviness. Since they have this privilege to not carry around heavy books, but use tablets.
Sure he stopped, but he came back. He became really successful in his writing after he worked with the magazine companies and has inspired many people.I chose this author because of his amazing books that I connected to, I don't like reading but his books were different (Lesesne). one day I hope one of his books can become a movie and he agrees. “I'll earn a lot of money as soon as a major studio realizes what a great movie one of my books would make.” (Lubar) when I read this I realized that this actually could happen one day. I encourage you to read “sleeping freshmen never lie” and “sophomores and other oxymorons” in that order.
Obviously, I remained compliant with their rules because they were my parents. Thus, I was forced to seek different outlets (books) in order to feel caught up with my friends. So while Katie was reading Junie B. Jones, I was training myself to read at a much higher level than my peers at a very young age. Thankfully, due to this, by the time I reached middle school I was reading at a college level and held one of the highest reading scores of my
Some suffer from depression or anxiety as a result of abused or raped. This is where great books come in to help. Many people don’t think there’s someone in the same situation or don’t know how to get out of a bad situation, but by reading a book about a character who has had depression and or anxiety it will help them overcome that obstacle because the reader can follow the footsteps of the character in the story to get better. People such as Sherman Alexie saw this first hand. In his article “Why the Best Kids Books Are Written in Blood” he explains how he went to visit a school where they read his books in class, although is books were very horrific and sad many of the student could relate to the books giving the student a sense of relief after reading them.
She tried making up poems like the ones she heard, or she pretended her stuffed animals were characters from books. She thought all about authors and imagined them writing the stories she loved. Eventually she imagined herself as a writer, too. By fourth grade, she converted a corner of the loft apartment she shared with her mom into her personal writing spot. For the last couple of years, she has spent a great deal of time working there.
Reading is one of the most important skills a person can learn, and a great joy in life. My laid-back methods of teaching a child to read: 1) Be a reader yourself Children naturally want to copy adult behavior. If your kids see you often with your nose in a book, they will probably begin to wonder what is so interesting about this activity. 2) Read to your kids This is probably a huge no-brainer. Read to your kids early and often.
Classic literature helps students think of new innovations. Students' need the ability to think ,of or process, thoughts on their own. Classic literature creates more brain activity(Literature Archives - Liberty Classical Academy). Research has shown the more students read the classics with the difficult language giving students a broader vocabulary. The average reading level for a senior in today's schools is fifth grade and it is not because they can not do any better, it is because they are not pushed to do better, to pick the harder book to read and not take the easy way out.