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Why We Read

An uninterested child disregards silent reading time in school. He foolishly believes that reading does not hold any value. However, he is tremendously mistaken. Ubiquitously, reading is strongly recommended because books inform us about new ideas, allow us to see through the viewpoints of other people, and tell a variety of remarkable stories. Like teachers, […]

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“Alice in Wonderland”

A discussion of the history behind the characters in Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” Did you read and enjoy Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books as a child? Or better still, did you have someone read them to you? Perhaps you discovered them as an adult or, forbid the thought, maybe you haven’t discovered them […]

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Close Reading on island

From “If a mother does it for you you’re free to fly (p.30), to “The lie is a temporary measure. Until the facts come round a bit.” (p 31). The opening sentence implies a lack of responsibility a child feels when depending on a mother. Children do not have to worry about their actions, as […]

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Extensive Reading

Extensive reading is an approach to language including foreign language by the means of a large of unknown words in specific context will allow the learner to the words in specific context will allow the learner to the words meaning specific context thus to learn unknown words. (cobb, 2007) Extensive reading is an “extensive reading […]

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