• Cultivate a lifetime reading habit
    Cultivate a Lifetime reading Habit First, realize that reading is highly enjoyable, if you have a good book. If you have a lousy book (or an extremely difficult one) and you are forcing yourself through it, it will seem like a chore. If this happens for several days in a row, consider abandoning the
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  • 20 Reasons for decline in reading habit
    20 Reasons for Decline in Reading Habit W. Somerset Maugham said, “To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all miseries of life.” Reading habit has been a great help in developing knowledge. But today, in an age when browsing the net, playing with fun
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  • Cultivate my reading habit
    Nowadays, majority of people used to sit in front of computer and surf the Internet aimlessly. As a member of them, I thought it is an effective way to relief pressure from the outside world. However, life is limited. I realized that I have to absorb more knowledge to strengthen my weaken foundation
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  • Reading habit of students
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  • Reading habit
    Reading habit should start from young itself. There for parents should play a main role in convincing and telling their children on how important it is for a person to read no matter what type of reading material it is but it must be beneficial. Nowadays it is understood that parents are busy with t
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  • Cultivating good reading habit
    CULTIVATING GOOD READING HABIT Personally, I love to read biographies of great men, especially, those who, through the exercise of their mental abilities, rose from almost nothing to enviable great heights in life. Be they blacks or whites, I have come to discover, in most cases, that the knowled
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  • How computer affects a student's reading habit
    Chapter 1 The Problem Background of the Study People are very thankful for this digital age. It has contributed a lot in everyday activities. Specifically it gave a big leap to businesses, the government, and education. According to Albert Einstein, “It has become appallingly obvious that our
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  • Reading habit
    1. Reading habit- When there were no televisions or computers, reading was a primary leisure activity. People would spend hours reading books , traveling to far away lands in their minds. With time, people have lost their skill and passion to read as there are many other exciting and thrilling opti
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  • Reading books is a good habit
    READING BOOKS IS A GOOD HABIT Books record what wise men have heard, seen, thought or discovered. The eternal truths are recorded in good books. They instruct us in our youth and comfort us in our old age. Francis Bacon says: "Reading make a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact
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  • Tunnel vision in reading
    Reading involves translating symbols and letters into words or sentences. Anderson defines reading as a process of constructing meaning from a written text. We indulge in reading for many different purposes, be it survival, leisure or occupational. In a way, reading serves as a kind communicatio
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  • Reading habits of malaysian executives
    READING HABITS OF MALAYSIAN EXECUTIVES ABSTRACT This study was undertaken to examine the reading habits and interests of urban working professionals, executives and managers in the Klang Valley. With an overall insight into the reading behaviour of this group, it is greatly hoped that ther
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  • Reading and bonding - a lifelong commitment
    Reading and Bonding – A lifelong Commitment Reading is one of life’s essential skills. The ability to read plays a major role in literacy acquisition and builds the foundation to learning and education as a whole. It is important that parents encourage children to read, not only to star
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  • Reading as a hobby
    To be able to read means to be able to recognise the letters, symbols and other typographicalmarks and to be able to interpret them correctly so as to understand the written massage.Simple,isn't it? In this modern country of ours, at least half the total population is able to read.But then, how many
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  • Books and reading
    Happy is the man who acquires the habit of reading when he is young. He has secured a life-long source of pleasure, instruction and inspiration. So long as he has his beloved books, he need never feel lonely. He always has a pleasant occupation of leisure moments, so that he need never feel bored. H
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  • Literature review - reading
    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 1. Introduction In this chapter various related literature and research pertaining to this research will be presented. It addresses the views and effect of using extensive reading method to improve comprehension and motivates reading. 2. Related Literatu
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  • Effects of reading comic books
    Effects of Reading Comic Books on the Young Reader OUTLINE TITLE: EFFECTS OF READING COMIC BOOKS ON YOUNG READERS INTRODUCTION I. HISTORICAL OVERVIEW A. Rise of the Comic Strip B. The Comic Book Superheroes C. The Philippine Comic Book Industry II. COMIC BOOK CHARACTERISTICS
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  • This is a research about reading habits among student uitm
    Reading Habits among UiTM Students: A case study in Shah Alam campus LITERATURE REVIEW Reading is one aspect that has received increasing attention in research studies in recent years. Generally, the reading habit is very encouraging and a wide variety of materials was read, ranging
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  • Developing reading habits.
    When we think of habits we often times think of those negative nagging things we do that we don't want to, or know we shouldn't. But, believe it or not there are such things as 'good' habits things that enhance your life, sharpen your mind, and bring fulfillment every time they are successfully carr
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  • Resarch on reading habits of non acedamics books of the students
    INTRODUCTION Giving someone literacy skills is rather like teaching a person to drive and then giving them only a few drops of petrol to practice with - the machine is perfect and the driving skill has been acquired but it is not yet an automatic skill because there has not been enough practice.
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  • The speed reading course
    By Peter Shepherd & Gregory Unsworth-Mitchell Email: shepherd@trans4mind.com Web site: Tools for Transformation Copyright © 1997 Peter Shepherd The Speed Reading Course Introduction We all learn to read at school, after a fashion. But for most of us, this is not an optimal use of our brain
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