The Warren-Barnhart Debate In a world where moral value is very much based on pleasure, Dr. Warren takes a stand in order to recalibrate the mind of many. Reading books is always an enlightening experience whether it is a positive or a negative one. However, though many can glean heaps of information and knowledge from a book, reading a debate is far more intriguing. When a debate is recorded in manuscript form, the reader is able to sit at the feet of two opposing sides. This reduces the amount of “straw-man arguments” and allows for the superior thoughts to be exposed.
Do You Think Books Are Still a Rich Source Of Information in Today's Time Of Electronic Media? Yes, definitely books are still the most rich and valuable source of information in today's world. There's no other way to deliver so much information in a format that lends itself to learning. With books we can move at our own speed, stopping to take in what we've read before going forward. For intricate ideas that build upon one another, there's no other technology that quickly allows us to reconsider a thought or a concept to make sure that we've covered all of the basis before moving on to the next building block.
As we know, books were the main source of entertainment centuries ago, but with the widespread of technological advances such as the cinema, television, internet, among others, many people left their books on the bookshelf. The purpose of this speech is to present the benefits and the importance of reading. The reasons are that it is through reading that a person is going to be able to discover new ideas, concepts, meet new places and people that time, money or reality sometimes prohibited. It develops your communication tools and expands you knowledge and the conception around you. First of all, reading gives you a wonderful opportunity to learn about other cultures and places or people of interest in the world.
Knowledge plays a large role in producing meaning and purpose in our personal lives, but is not the only factor to do so. Throughout our lives, knowledge will continuously surround us. Everyone has a different knowledgable basis on any and every topic, but is all of that knowledge beneficial in our personal life? One can find a thrusting envy in oneself to learn as much, about as many things as possible. Although the more one knows, and their pen becomes mightier than their sword, knowledge does not necessarily impact our personal lives.
might think you are the best in what you do; art or science, teaching or preaching, even in entertainment. But you must understand something that the best kind of learning, is learning from the successful works of others. Not being able to read is not an excuse for your lack of knowledge and wisdom, though, indeed, you read to gain knowledge of what is around you, not being able to read is likely to be ignorant of the happenings, the events and development around you. This is not just about the pronunciations of words but reading in collection of books such as; news papers, magazines etc, it enlighten you and make you intelligent, they expose you to various experiences of life and enrich your understanding of the things around you and you read also to collect facts as evidence about life. Living without reading, obviously; is dying without knowing.
On the one hand, it was highly informative to do the research about my culture and getting deep to it. On the other hand, the topic was too broad and extremely evasive. Accordingly, it was hard to stay in topic and be precise about what you were writing. It seemed inappropriate to judge the situation only from one aspect. Also, I gained many skills from the assignment which will be applicable academically.
Literature is more than just a creative means to utilise language. It is the key that unlocks many doors, the deterrent against ignorance and above all, a greater part of my life. It offers people the fortune to travel and embrace infinite worlds, otherwise lost or invented, through literary texts and digital media platforms. What was reverence for the written word has evolved to a passionate appreciation for all things creative with language to this day. I have always been fond of reading and writing; growing up with a father who was the very definition of a bibliophile, I was exposed to the joys of reading at a young age; browsing through libraries and bookstores became a favourite pastime.
Access to information is made easy through the many journals and magazines available on a multitude of topics. Also there is prosperity of information on the World Wide Web (the Internet) which is available for access by users. While information availability and access is increasing, most people find that they have less time to read the material they require, or are interested in .As your reading speed skills improve; you will be able to read more materials in the same time and as a result can focus further on important details in the reading materials. Reading speed is an important aspect in teaching reading because only skillful readers can quickly and easily get familiar with the words of a text. Becoming familiar with words in the text should be an automatic and unconscious process without applying effort.
What is reading? According to Alderson (2000), reading is "an enjoyable, intense, private activity, from which much pleasure can be derived, and in which one can become totally absorbed (p. 28). However, the task of "reading can have three main purposes, for survival, for learning or for pleasure" (Berardo, 2006, p. 61). Whatever the reason, reading is an indispensable element in daily life and learning. Yet, this complex process is often taken for granted.
The purpose of this speech is to present the benefits and the importance of reading. The reasons are that it is through reading that a person is going to be able to discover new ideas, concepts, meet new places and people that time, money or reality sometimes prohibited. It develops your communication tools and expands you knowledge and the conception around you. First of all, reading gives you a wonderful opportunity to learn about other cultures and places of interest in the world. It gives you an insight into the diversity of our world and the chance to visualize it.