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    Not My Type Book Report

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    The book that I read was called Not My Type by Melanie Jacobson, it has 225 pages. It took me a little under a month to finish this book. The things that I learned in this book is that people aren't always who they say they are. You need to learn to earn trust rather than just giving it out to anyone. When Pepper (main character) gets her wedding called off by her fiance (Landon)her parents paid off the debt from the wedding. Pepper quickly forgave him really fast then they got engaged again for the second time. Then Landon broke it off again but this time her parents didn't want to help pay off the debt. Another lesson that I learned is to chase your dreams no matter what. She has been working at Handy's sandwich shop. She wanted to be a reporter but the first interview that she got was at the Bee and it backfired and blew up in her…

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    student prefer to use their devices to help them learn over traditional methods. In a survey of 500 students, 90% said they have saved time using their phones for studying. On average 98% of college students have used their phone for educational purposes. 53% use their e-books a lot in college (Nelson, Mark). If the teacher is having difficulty teaching they could change the text to something that is more understandable to the…

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    find out that everything you have been taught is 4 to 5 years behind every piece of technology you will be required to use? I pose this question, because some of my text books, mainly the text books on technological systems and programs were published 4 to 5 years ago, the world of technology moves so fast that by the time a book on technology is published it is already out of date. Is it at all possible for text-book to be able to keep up with the constantly changing technology that is being…

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    Seven Types of Ambiguity What is a short story? When thinking of a short story what comes to mind? A short story consists primarily of three key elements. These elements are characterization, conflict, and theme. Shirley Jackson’s story, “Seven Types of Ambiguity”, is a very good example when thinking of a short story. The story consists of all three elements characterization, conflict, and theme. In her story, Shirley Jackson creates an atmosphere of the unknown. A.M. Homes said, “The…

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    result I could never give a proper summary. However, my attitude on reading first started to change in middle school and once I got to high school I learned how to deeply analyze a book. Learning how to pick apart a novel gave me a whole new insight on the importance of novels and what type of knowledge those novels could give me. For example, I didn’t realize that stories had symbolism and held deeper meaning that could reveal truths about human nature. This opened my mind and gave me a new…

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    E-book Is Better Than Paper Book Bill Gates once said “We’re changing the world with technology.” Some people think Bill Gates’ advanced technology might ruin our society. On the other hand, some people think his technology create a new world. In fact, technology is changing our world day by day. E-book is one of the examples. Nowadays, you can see people reading books with different devices, such as phones, tablets, or e-readers everywhere. Once you have one of those devices, you can read…

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    Reading chapter books usually meant you were smart and you were in the highest reading class. That’s what made me want to read chapter books. The next time my class went to the library I found myself a chapter book that looked interesting and then I got in line to check it out. My goal was to read the entire book without giving up, and being able to answer any questions anyone had about the book. My librarian, Mrs. Gasaway took my book and scanned it, and then came an odd noise that came from…

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    knowledge and opinion. We are instilled to go to libraries and pick up some interesting books. Books are important for expanding our knowledge and help to develop our ability to make rational decisions. Reading different types of book can open our minds and prevent us from being frogs in the well, someone who cannot see a big picture since he or she is a close-minded. “American libraries should be open to all – except censor. We must know all the facts and hear all the alternatives and listen to…

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    Why I Want To Read

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    fascinating to see how your interests change throughout the years. By thinking back through the years about the types of books you have read, you can see what got you where you are today. When I was really young, my parents would always read to me; even when I couldn’t understand what was going on. They continued to read to me up to the ages of picture books and pop-up books. After a while, I eventually learned to read by myself, with much help from my parents. Once I learned, I…

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    Why Are Books Banned

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    Why are books banned? Why are books banned or challenged? There are many ways a book can be challenged or banned. A book can be banned or challenged by violence or negativity which means that books that include violence are censored. Some books have been deemed for negative or depressing features. As well as being banned by the profanity, racial issues. By examining the book “Night” by Elie Wiesel, and reading over the racial issues and the work of violence that is implemented into this book, I…

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