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by Grace Fleming The idea that you either read for pleasure or for learning is misleading. It is, of course, possible to do both. Still, you shouldn’t necessarily approach academic reading the same way you approach a beach read. In order to read and comprehend a book or article for school, you need to be...

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by TeamEpicReads I think we can all agree that reading is a joyous time for us all and we’ve all got enough experience under our belts to basically be considered professionals. However, that doesn’t mean that bad habits don’t form over time. Bad reading habits, we all have them! Some are a bit more… eclectic...

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Reading comprehension is a skill that improves like any other, therefore, you can improve your understanding with practice and a game plan.  Dedicate yourself to engaging in a combination of both “guided” and “relaxed” reading practice for at least two to three hours a week. Guided practice will involve structure and focused attention, like learning new vocabulary words...

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The plays of William Shakespeare provide a wealth of pithy sayings — many of which he likely popularized rather than produced himself, though we may still be grateful to him for sharing them. Unfortunately, sometimes the original sense is adulterated by careless usage, so that the eloquent force of the expression is weakened. Here are...

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“It has never been easy for me to understand why people work so hard to create something beautiful, but then refuse to share it with anyone, for fear of criticism.” — Elizabeth Gilbert   “Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” – Leonardo...

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Many know about the importance of reading but still find it difficult. Of course, the importance of reading cannot be overemphasized. Reading makes you vast; when you read wide you have deep knowledge on many topics. Reading makes you informed; no one can easily play on your intelligence on issues. Reading can put you ahead...

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