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Reading logs

Reading Log #1 Title “The Pig” Author Roald Dahl Text Type A meaningful short poem by an American author Date Started 1/12/2019 Date Ended 1/27/2019 Personal Response: In the poem “The Pig” by Roald Dahl, there is a lot of Figurative languages. This poem has an interesting twist of anthropomorphism. In this poem, there is a pig which is normal…

Independent reading

Kaitlyn Kartschoke 11/6/18 Hour 3 Everything Everything Nicola Yoon 310 pages Chosen Passage and Topic Analysis “I’m stronger with each passing day” (Yoon 252). -Character Development This quote is said by Maddy, the main character of the book. She is learning new thing about herself each day making her realize she is getting stronger physically but also mentally. At the…

Summer reading

A Deadly Wandering is the novel chosen in this essay to describe how this book uses shaped by period to influence all the people and events around it. You will be able to see how texting and driving on your telephone affects the lives of drivers and pedestrians on the road. Drivers these days think they are not able to…

Titania vargas close reading #1 “el cuarto de atrás”

Titania Vargas Close reading #1 “El cuarto de atrás” de Carmen Martín Gaite. Dentro de las primeras páginas de la novela se puede encontrar a una narradora quien se presupone qué es la autora narrando sus primeros años de vida. Dentro del primer capítulo podemos encontrar que existe un diálogo entre la narradora y el lector, es decir que se…

The effects of reading acquisition on the brain

The ability to read is a uniquely human trait, one which has allowed us to pass on ideas, culture, and knowledge without being present, even after our death. Because of this ability, we are able to teach and inform ourselves which is something no other species has been able to do. But what happens in the brain during the reading…

Reading response

Question 1: Baca creates an emotional attachment to the verse through the use of an irregular enclosed rhyme scheme.Baca’s attempt to illustrate his shaky heart and personality that is frequently changing. Baca also used both lexical and general repetitions to connect with the readers. Words such as “I”, “Bull”, “Thick”, “Groan”, “You”, and “Of” are repeated to deliberately emphasize the…

How to make reading fun?

Reading is fun We are living in the 21st century….and this is the era of digitalisation….we are all surrounded so much by technology that we all forgot the benefits of our ancient culture – reading. 1. Reading challenges you to develop. Prior to you can peruse, you should figure out how. You should drive yourself to communicate with insignificant lines…

The effect of different reading on vocabulary development

Abstract Theoretical The primary reason of this ponder is to uncover whether broad perusing has any part on lexicon advancement of rudimentary level EFL (English as a Remote Dialect) understudies. To this respect, a small-scale classroom ask approximately was carried out at a private school inside the drop term of 2018-2019 academic year. 100 rudimentary level understudies were chosen and…

About reading

“Back when I was about 6 years old, during my preschool days, every day was a storytelling session”,” Cedric Buñing, a Senior High School graduate, said. Buñing said that the stories were different every day, mostly about local legends and fairytales. The storytelling helped shaped his creativity and visual conceptualization of ideas, as well as giving joy to a young…

Reading

this report will examine how reading practices progress pupils attainments regarding the core subject of literacy in primary schools. the project will be based on the investigation of the involvement teachers undertake for enhancing the technique of interpreting words for year 5 students to prepare them for their end of year sats exams. digital material is accessible and portable i…

Handmaid’s tale reading log

Handmaid’s tale reading log Part 1 (Chapter 1-Chapter 12): The book starts out with the narrator who we learn later is named Offred. She and other women is in a gymnasium that’s repurposed as a type of temporary prison for them, with barbed wire and armed guards called angels who patrols outside. Then we fast-forward in the storytelling and now…

Independent reading book

Valuables, within women When traveling around the world, there are many different beliefs that will be encountered or new ones that will be formed. Even the old beliefs that a person may have can change, in the course of time, for the better or for the worse. In the book, The Portrait of a Lady, Isabel goes on a journey…

Feminist reading of the merchant of venice

Introduction Portia’s character in The Marchant of Venice plays a significant role in how the story goes on to the extent that we can consider it as the main character of the play. She is the one who does different things to alter the destiny that befalls Shylock towards the end of the play. Thus, this play and Portia’s personage…

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