As books increased, less and less did people gather to hear others read aloud or tell tales, and more and more people learned to read for
themselves, until now there is hardly a boy or girl in all the land who cannot read a little.
Dorothea dared not insist, and she read for
an hour or more on the same plan as she had done in the evening, but getting over the pages with more quickness.
Homework counselors help choose suitable books, which lone children read for
15 minutes to the handler-dog team.
Students who do not read for
pleasure but only do so when they are completing school assignments is a problem that can affect students' future learning and academic success (Sullivan, 2002).
Her Friday morning group selects single topics to read for
an entire year.
They all read for
action in the public realm; they all read politically.
A fundamental question obviously is: Do students read for
pleasure and, if so, what are they reading?
During the school year, the teacher has worked to increase her students' metacognitive abilities and to encourage her students to read for
Medrano's daughter Jennye said that attending the workshops has increased her reading skills and her desire to read for
TM) required that the selected excerpt be more than 1,000 words long and required that all participants read for
more than five minutes.
We started requiring that students read for
30 minutes each day,'' Moloznik said.
with the support of MetLife Foundation involved entire communities in motivating young people to read for
Library grandparents read for
children every weekday afternoon.
Players must complete sentences, read for
details and context clues, locate synonyms and antonyms and label parts of speech.
As children learn to read for
enjoyment, or to learn about something they are interested in, they tend to read more.