What is a "strong reading" of a text?
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develop strong reading skills early: skimming vs reading. ... It’s worth looking into, but as a lifelong skill, reading one text 2x’s is just not practical, ...
The types of reading text are newspapers, magazines, novels, or comic books. For example, does reading novels improve comprehension more than reading newspapers?
There is a font developed for dyslexic people. It has the best comprehension.
This is a follow-up question to What is the optimal width to use for the text in the body of a website, to allow for easiest reading?
The one that a user c...
Ok so today a girl in my sons high school class was humilated after having her phone out in class for whatever reason,the teacher took the phone and went through it reading all her personal text messages out aloud to the whole class.the girl was left...
The school staff has no right to be reading text messages from a students phone if confiscated but they...
Well im 14 gunna be 15 in a couple of months and i just found out i am pregnant and my boyfriend is very supportive so is his mom but my mom found out by reading my text messages to my boyfriend and she's asking to many questions that i dont want to...
She is probably being rude, because she is shocked. Also disappointed that it happened, and disappointed...
i finally found some "reader voices" which are much better, like at this site http://www.freedomscientific.com/downloa… and others ... i heard "Dragon Dictate" is also much better than Microsoft, but i'm just wondering why...
Because Microsoft doesn't *need* to focus on voice recognition and text reading. > i heard "...
hates reading othr genres.
Most narrative text is in the first person (uses "I" and "me"). The reader can become...
(Edit: I've updated the question & details for this re-ask)My university offers a distance learning option, where lectures are delivered via a pre-recorded video, which is often the teacher talking to a webcam with a powerpoint in another window...
I have been on a knowledge-seeking spree on diverse topics- taken up MOOCs and read books of research...
I am a grad student in CS so the math isn't an issue. I don't have such issues when reading less rigorous books like Skiena's design manual.
We've recently discussed this book at Igor Markov's answer to What are the best books on algorithms...
I am currently reading a Anita Desai "Pigeons at Daybreak story" and teacher asked the this question above.
The teacher wants to know what the book means to YOU.
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