Reasons Of Poor Reading Habits In School Children Essays and Term Papers

  • Poor Reading Culture Among Nigerians

    Poor Reading Culture among Nigerians The way of life of a nation is influenced by the percentage of its citizen who are literate. Cuba, for example, is adjacent to the US and has the highest rate of literacy in the world. This is among the reasons why Cuba has a vibrant economy despite decades...

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  • life

    of reading study and consultation. It is a social institution established to provide for information, education, recreation and historical needs of the society and associated with all forms of education; formal, informal and non-formal. The library contributes to education by encouraging reading, expanding...

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  • Reading as a Tool for Quality Education in Nigeria

    READING AS A TOOL FOR QUALITY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA By Shidi, Hungwa and Digitemie-Batubo, Beleudaara Department of Library and Information Science University of Nigeria, Nsukka A paper presented at a one day seminar organised by Nigerian Library Association, Benue State Chapter at Benue...

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  • Bookes

    Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln 5-1-2012 Influence of Electronic Media on Reading Ability of School Children J.C. Igbokwe University of Nigeria, Nsukka, j.igbokwe@yahoo.com Nnenna A. Obidike University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Obidikennenna@yahoo...

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  • Why I Chose to Return to School

    chose to return to school. Tamara Lopes ENG 121 Kurtis Clements May 07, 2012 Why I chose to return to school. Many people return to school for different reasons, but for me I chose to return to school to obtain success...

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  • Study of Teachers

    face challenges in the school when they do not receive co-operation from the parents. It is obvious that parents' support can be shown through the simplest action of attending the schools' Parent Teacher Association meeting, providing generous amount of financial support for school fund, and supporting...

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  • effects of breakfast to study habits

    the hurried lifestyles of today’s families, quick and less nutritional meals have become typical, and adolescents are adopting these unhealthy eating habits. Consequently, these adolescents pose a greater risk to all aspects of development, including cognitive development. Howard (2010) pointed that eating...

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  • Jean

    of thinking the study habits and academic performances of children in school. Today, TV(television) is one of the many forces that shape the value system of children. It is very powerful force that it is “rapidly replacing the roles traditionally played by the home, the school and even the church. Through...

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  • Vhan

    under: Dieting,Expert Tips & Advice,Fitness,Nutrition,Sleep Disorder,Smoking Health is a major factor that affects our performance in work or school. It is quite impossible to carry out your tasks or responsibilities if you are suffering from an ailment. Health determines our general well-being...

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  • Brief History of Eket

    A TERM PAPER WRITING ON READING FAILURE IN NIGERIA I DEDICATION I would like to dedicate this write up to the...

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  • Effects of Reading

    THE EFFECTS OF STUDY HABIT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OGUN STATE. BY OMOTERE TOPE N.C.E., B.Ed MAY, 2011 Published Online By: EgoBooster Books © 2011 Omotere Tope Published By: EgoBooster Books, Ogun State, Nigeria. All rights reserved. Identification...

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  • Essay Writing

    THE culture of reading has been declining in the country since ages. According to modern-era youths, the contributing factor for this is that books are not attracting readers anymore as they used to. It gives me pain when the youths of the present ignore reading productive books which can be the building...

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  • The Battle Against Fast Food Begins in the Home

    Mark Dorsett Mrs. Cunningham Expository Reading and Writing September 25, 2012 Fast Food Article Essay In Daniel Weintraub article "The Battle Against Fast Food Begins in the Home" argues about childhood obesity starting in the house and how its a lack of responsibility...

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  • Enhancing the Culture of Reading in Rwanda: Reflections by Students in Tertiary Institutions

    of Reading in Rwanda: Reflections by Students in Tertiary Institutions by Pierre Canisius Ruterana PhD student, Linkoping University, Sweden; Lecturer, National University of Rwanda ruterana@yahoo.fr; pruterana@nur.ac.rw Abstract Following a growing concern about the lack of a reading culture...

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  • Negative Attitudes and Poor Learning Habits of Students

    cited in Gardner 2005:68-72) suggest that teachers have contributed to the negative attitudes and poor learning habits of students. Both writers suggest that student¡¦s poor direction of viewing and bad habits of learning is due to the way of treating others, learning and thinking they are taught by teachers...

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  • English

    A study on Leisure reading habits and interests among secondary school students in Sri Lanka P.H.A.S ABEYRATHNA FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIEINLE ANL iNi OKMATION TECHNOLOci 3 UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA KUALA LUMPUR 2004 P serpu takaan Uniyersi t Mal aya iii 5 2 2 II I ABSTRACT This is...

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  • Impacts of Television on the Study Habits of Freshmen Students in St. Mary's Academy

    IMPACTS OF TELEVISION ON THE STUDY HABITS OF FRESHMEN STUDENTS IN ST. MARY'S ACADEMY A Research Paper Presented to Ms. Ma. Teresa Sanchez In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements of the Subject English-IV Janine Grace A. Sy Agapito V. Manlunas III Marie Clarice T. Villanueva ...

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  • Information

    us of the capacity to think for ourselves? We harbor a collective suspicion, that TV damages children in various ways from encouraging antisocial attitudes and violence to promoting unhealthy eating habits and obesity, for example. Have a lot of Educational researchers about this issue. But, at the...

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  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE RISING PERCENTAGE OF HAVING LOW AND FAILED GRADES AMONG 3RD YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY- PHILIPPINES S.Y. 2011-2012.

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE RISING PERCENTAGE OF HAVING LOW AND FAILED GRADES AMONG 3RD YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY- PHILIPPINES S.Y. 2011-2012. By: Jennalyn R. Gapasin Allianna Allyssa A. Flores Jann Camille P. Casilagan Rica E. Resare James Wally S. Corpuz Neil Angelic P...

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  • The Influence of Social Networking and Study Habit on Academic Performance

    SOCIAL NETWORKING AND READING HABIT ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AMONG UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES EKWERIKE ONYEDIKA 090651012 LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, OJO (JULY, 2012) ABSTRACT This paper discusses in details the Research proposal on the influence of social networking and reading habits among university...

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