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    Growing up with my parents, I found reading to be very fun but for religious purposes and newspaper about the incidents taking place in certain countries. Through my parents, reading started to seem like it can be beneficial if we want to know what is going on in the world and the rules and regulations of one’s religion. Although I was required to read many books for school, my parents reading habits made me feel as if I should copy them. My mom and dad would always read books or newspapers at a

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    staring down at their laps. Me, on the other hand, would just sit there and stare at a wall, while humming to myself. I never understood why all of my classmates enjoyed reading books. Correction; I actually just did not understand what was wrong with me, and why I did not enjoy reading like all of the other kids did. Reading never sparked my interest due to many reasons, including; being distracted, being laughed at, and the books I was forced to read. I am perhaps the most easily distracted person

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    Reading is an activity we are constantly faced with from the moment we learn to do it basically, just like walking or sitting down. However, people learn to read in order to communicate, to express, and to project things that are hidden inside their own minds and they will not come out easily by just talking. One might need to think, deep enough, and find the words they were looking for. Afterward, it is up to the person to decide what to do with those words, of course, they want the words to be

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    Reading Books And Reading

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    great experience with reading and really enjoy reading. The only aspect of reading or bad memory that I can remember about reading is during high school when I was forced to read books that I did not like and did not enjoy. I found that I would not read the book and this made me a “bad” reader within the eyes of the curriculum. After that point in high school I gave up on reading until coming to Denver Colorado where my teachers inspired me with teacher information and reading classes where I really

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    Throughout my life, I have had many experiences that revolve around reading and writing. In the beginning, my parents waited until kindergarten to start me on my reading journey. They experienced my siblings through their elementary years; they became bored easily because they already knew how to read, so they did not overly teach me before I started school. Luckily, that benefited me greatly. I grew to love education and rose to the top tier of learning in the class. Unfortunately, I do not remember

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    was younger I hated reading, because I was too slow and never good at it. As I would look at some of my classmates, I noticed how fast they were at reading and how easily they understood the reading. I remember thinking to myself that I wanted to be a good reader like them one day. At the time, of my fifth grade self I was not an avid reader; it wasn’t until the book Marley and Me that changed my perspective. Ever since I was a little girl I had a very hard time with reading. My mom would beg me

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    Reading Is Power “The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read, “wrote Mark Twain. No matter what part of the world, the different cultures and languages, there has and always will be the written form that must be read to understand our human counterparts and history. Reading can be traced back as far as 3100 BC with content written on limestone and still very much used today with technology as simple as a text message. The most commonly used language both spoken and

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    Extensive reading vs. Intensive reading Many studies have been conducted to distinguish extensive reading from intensive reading. For instance, Uden (2003) states that extensive reading imitates reading in the first language in the way that its key elements are purpose and pleasure. It is based on easy material that is chosen by the learner to build language fluency and. ER allows learners to process language faster and improves comprehension. While, intensive reading refers to the careful reading of the

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    those who struggle with reading disabilities in general, including dyslexia may not have the easiest time overcoming it. Not being able to read may lead to other issues with spelling, grammar, and general comprehension of material. This literature review will be covering many previous done studies that focus on reading disabilities and dyslexia. Through examining this literature it should give some answer to my overall thesis, which is how is dyslexia connected to reading disabilities and what can

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    Introduction Reading is an act of perception, analysis, and interpretation done by the reader to get the message to be conveyed by the author in media writing. According to Farr (in Dalman, 2013: 5) suggests that "Reading is the Heart of Education, the reading of reading comprehension is an essential prerequisite for mastery and enhancement of students' knowledge, so after reading the text the reader should be able to understand the text. First, give information, for example by reading newspapers and

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