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    He further argues that, hyperlinks have the ability to distract readers; numerous advertisements on web pages also cause disruption to readers and are also unethical. Therefore, online reading is regarded as a poor form of reading compared to reading papers and books (Moje & Pugh, 2009, p.6). Despite the large numbers of online readers, most of them still prefer to print out the information and read it in hard copy (Liu & Huang, 2007, p.12). in general readers with larger documents prefer reading them manually while those with short documents read online (Shaikh & chapparo, 2004,…

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    To Read Or Not To Read Reading is a task many people tend to enjoy likewise a large number of people dislike reading. Students can not like to read for a variety of reasons such as they can’t read as fast as others or maybe it is something as simple as the reader is not interested in the chosen topic another reason why someone may not prefer reading as they get easily distracted while reading or do not understand what they are reading. “It’s like I’m reading one of those signs in front of the…

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    To read or not to read, that is the question. I found myself asking this question before reader’s workshop. The answer was mostly no for me. However, now, after reader’s workshop my answer to reading in my free time is more frequently, yes. I have never felt reading was a chore I must get done, but with more homework and sports I thought I didn’t have time for reading, but I found out I was exceptionally incorrect. I fell back into my habit of reading during and after reader’s workshop. Having…

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    To read, or not to read: That is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the reader to suffer, the grammar and hardship of outrageous words, Or to take arms against a world of difficult sayings. And by opposing, read them? To read: to enjoy; no more; and by a play to say we end The head-ache and the thousands of hours spend on reading! Now that is part of a quote that most people know, and mess with all the time. William Shakespeare wrote something like this in his play, Hamlet. Normally when you…

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    Learning To Read

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    Learning to Read Mason Cooley once said, “Reading gives us some place to go when we stay where we are.” When I first learned to read I was in 1st grade. My first grade class was small, with small tables, a lot of students, but always had a nice smell to it. I remember trying to read there but I just couldn’t focus because the class seemed so lively. Going on through school, my teachers realized I wasn’t good at reading. It wasn’t until my 3rd grade teacher did I begin to understand reading. My…

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    Love To Read

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    ¨In order to understand one person you must know how they think and feel¨” this is something my sister says to me almost everyday, so I try my best to do so, in order to do that I wrote 3 things about my, in order to know me you must know Love to read, what i've been through and most importantly that i'm an artist! I have been through something that I don't think some people have been thru, I went thru a parent divorce It was quite hard for me and my older sibling when my parents announced this…

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    better understanding of the notorious women, two sources have been compared. They are J.C Appleby’s Women and English Piracy, 1450-1720: Partners and Victims of Crime, and Marcus Redicker’s Bandits at Sea: A Pirates Reader. By reading these papers, one author has been established to be better at describing the subject through their arguments, and their evidence to support them. That author is J.C Appleby. His writing on female pirates proves to be the stronger choice and would be better suited…

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    all even having to lower himself to such savagery and animalistic instincts he doesn't lose faith in God and his previous beliefs. The author uses this story to allow people to deeply dive into their beliefs in religion and faith in God himself. He shows the harshness that world can bring with life, but urges you to stick with your faith and continue to live and endure life no matter how things are. This story is truly an inspiring story that has brought those who wish to listen, to…

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    Patel was named after a French swimming pool and then nicknamed himself after the irrational number. He survives 227 days lost at sea with a Royal Bengal Tiger until he arrives at the coast of Mexico. Life of Pi is a truly incredible book crafted by Yann Martel’s exquisite knowledge of mundane facts which help aid the legitimacy of the book. Great novels have great authors and Yann Martel is no exception to this rule, he builds Life of Pi on an astonishing premise, full of literary playfulness.…

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    Bengal tiger. Pi’s pacific journey on a lifeboat consists not only of a tiger but also a zebra, a hyena, and an orangutan. This is story is difficult for the Japanese men interviewing Pi at the end to believe and therefore Pi tells a second story allegorically substituting the animals for people, a French cook, a Taiwanese sailor and his mom allegorical replacements for the hyena, the zebra and the orangutan. This second story, the reasonable one, riddled with rational makes it believable but…

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