Many students hate reading and writing with a passion. They fail to realize reading and writing plays an important role in life. It helps an individual communicate, gathers information, and gain more knowledge. Writing and reading not only helps me gain more knowledge but also helps me show who I am by signing my signature. Reading and writing involves all class subjects. My experience with reading and writing have influenced the college student I am today.
Throughout my life, I have remembered times where someone has read to me or I have read a book that has impacted me. From the time when I was three and my mother would read to me, to today. When I was in kindergarten, I didn’t like to read. I believed that reading was unexciting and that it was a waste of time. Most of the time, I would watch television when I came home from school. Since I didn’t like to read and would never practice reading, I had to acquire help from one of the teachers who would take me out of the regular reading class and she would teach me how to read at my pace. Even though I believed that reading was unexciting, I love to read now.
Writing Is a kind of typing symbols, letters and other writing tools to help the writer communicate with the reader or connect his ideas. It is the fourth skill in language skills and the most one that needs creation and imagination. In this essay, I am going to write about the importance of developing writing.
An average person 's whole life has revolved around skills that come from learning about reading and writing. Such skills as reading road signs, writing your information down on job applications, and being able to read regulations and laws are all possible due to learning how to read and write. These skills are critical to learn at a young age because it helps students with academics, affects how quickly the everyday person can read or write in the future, and impacts the jobs citizens can get after graduating. Reading and writing has impacted me in a numerous amount of ways, both positively and negatively. Looking back on my life, the lack of reading and writing I did as a child has greatly impacted my abilities today to get involved and comprehend the reading that I participate in.
Reading and writing is a significant component of life; in fact, an enormous amount of people benefit from the ability to read and write. Books may either express a story or may enlighten a person on a certain subject; just as, writing gives people the ability to express their feelings or write a story for entertainment. Likewise, there are numberless ways reading and writing can either express feeling or generate hours of entertainment. Writing is a way I keep myself busy when I have something on my mind. In addition, reading and writing has impacted my life by helping to improve my speech, expanding my knowledge, allowing me read the letters I received from my grandparents and write them back and providing countless hours of entertainment.
When I was a baby the first words I read and wrote were easy, for example; dog, cat, mom and dad. At first I did not know the purpose of these simple words or why my teachers were so stubborn on teaching me even more words. As I got older I realized that those simple words turned into making sentences, and I was able to communicate by reading and writing with other people. Reading and writing are such essential tools for everyone’s communication skills and I believe it is important to have a good foundation. As much as it is important, as I got older I realized that it wasn’t much fun to read and write as it once was. The books got longer and harder, and the essays got boring and trickier. As a 7th grader my wish is to hangout with my friends and do simple tasks at school, not writing longs essays or reading textbooks. I don’t like reading and writing because is a lot of work, I loose concentration easily and honestly, id rather hang out with my friends. In a perfect world those things would be possible, but in the real world I must know good reading in writing skills because it is essential for everyone and everything. Writing and writing affect my life drastically because I need it for texting, reading fun books and street signs.
Every word written or read is a chance to better yourself or someone else. Our words carry an enormous significance with them. Even if a person doesn’t enjoy reading or writing, they can not deny that fact. I bring this up because reading and writing has shaped me into the person I am today. So it is no surprise that I am willing to rant about how great reading and writing can be.
If I could describe my relationship with reading and writing it would most likely have to be, improving. Of course I would assume the same happens to all students that their reading and writing skills improve as they continue with their education. For me reading has been a passion, so my reading skills are pretty advanced and I can say I am able to read well. In my case, being a child of two Hispanic parents, I do have a slight accent that can get in the way and make my reading a bit rough. Usually it is not so bad, only on certain words that either I do not know how to properly pronounce or certain letters that my accent acts as a physical barrier where I have to sound it out more carefully or work around my accent. While that is the #1 major setback I have during reading. Even with that setback I can still say that I am confident in my reading skills, reading at a well speed, improving, reading various books all that combined allows to be able to read almost anything. What I do enjoy about reading is that I see it being able to bring myself into that world that the author is writing about or to envision the story they’re telling as a movie. I like the idea of just sitting back or laying down with a good book for hours and getting deep into whatever I am reading. Personally once I pick up a good book it is usually hard for me to put it down without the paranoia of not knowing how it ends will eat me up and I usually finish a book within a few days.
Do you remember the first book you learned to read? Well, I do and it shaped me into the reader I am today. During my early years in elementary school, I began to learn about what reading was and how to read books. I always remember my kindergarten teacher reading “Love you forever” before I would go to nap time everyday. I eventually learned to read my favorite childhood book on my own. However, this was a problem when I didn't want to branch out and read books to better my reading skills. Reading and writing are such and important aspect in our lives that get abused every day. It may sound silly, but as a young child I came in contact with books that impacted me, changed me, and shaped me into the reader and writer I am today.
In my opinion, the reason for this assignment is for the teacher to see where we are in our reading, and writing. Reading to me must happen when I am interested in something for example, a movie because I enjoy reading about the plots but everyone is different. Another example is a graphic novel, because you can understand the concept or plot a lot easier than you would do in a regular novel. In regular books, you have so many things going on and you aren’t able to understand what is happening then you end up getting the wrong idea. Writing is just about the same for example, I can’t write about something that I know nothing about or interested in. Therefore, I am writing this paper to show you my weaknesses and not my strengths because I
How does writing affect me? Writing presents three different experiences; illustration, inspiration, and indulgence. Growing exceedingly rapidly, my love of illustrations has been the center of my love for writing. This love thrives on the fascinating indulgence of completing an impeccable paper. As I entered into high school, I discovered a love for writing that would be tested by the lack of inspiration.
Personally, reading has had a great impact on my life. As a child in school, I struggled with reading and was placed in remedial classes. It took a few years for my ability to gain strength and to rise up to a “normal” reading level. For many years following high school graduation I did not give the subject of reading very much attention, this all changed once I had children. Reading to them and watching their young minds explode with imagination helped me realize the importance of having a strong ability to read, understand, and convey your message to others. Moreover, since I started attending the UoPeople, I have never read so much and I have found my level of comprehension has increased tenfold. On many occasion, I will have either my
There have been a few bad, but many good influences that have me lead to love reading the way I do. For a child to have a good foundation and have a better understanding of reading and writing I believe it should be introduced at an early age. I was lucky to have a family that read to me and helped me with reading from the time I was born. Unfortunately I spent a year struggling, and I remember to this day the hard time I had that also helped me become a better reader soon after.
Coming into UCWR 110, I never had a class that focused strictly on writing and techniques for writing different papers. Throughout the semester, the growth in developing main ideas, thesis, and analytical analysis has improved. From this class, the growth in writing has not only improved not only writing skills, but the reading involved in the class has presented itself in different mediums, as well as different genres and topics, all adding to a more holistic approach to rhetoric. So from here, I see us on a continuing path of perfecting the craft of writing and to implement the techniques learned in this class to other classes, and in the professional workplace one day.
Reading and writing are two of the most important tools in my life, because without them I would not have an education. They form the basis of a class; for example, completing a lab in chemistry would not be possible without following a written lab procedure. These two skills are taught at such a young age, and as education advances students must continue to strive to reach a higher level. I can remember in elementary school, we were always pushed to reach the next reading level once we had successfully mastered the one we were on. It was always a competition for my sister and I to be at a higher level, I usually won. Even though I was excelling in reading it was the complete opposite for writing. It is something that has never come easy