Annual reading month opened fun and games 2 Comments 23 May 2013

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Schneider anyoption go to link Sideshow by Zeinab Elmoussaoui
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get link It’s that time of the year again! March is reading month, which focuses mostly on encouraging and improving reading. Reading skills are important to excel in every type of career. One must be an inventor to read well. There is then creative reading as well as creative writing.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Binäre optionen beste handelszeiten Reading deserves a lot of attention. It opens up the brain and is like brain food.

Ali Saad, an eighth grader at Unis Middle School, “in March, the sports articles are uploaded more frequently because of the major events, which I enjoy reading, especially during March. March’s Reading Month encourages students to read and improve majorly in this month because they are rewarded, which motivates them to read. Students can improve by reading more and reading something they enjoy.”

Ali Darwiche, an eighth grader at Unis Middle School, said, “I enjoy reading, it is a great way to clear your mind and travel on a journey. In March, I read in my spare time to improve my vocabulary. In March more students read because that is what the teachers mostly focus on.The teachers motivate them and reward them, which helps encourage them. I read something I have interest in and like. Reading something you like is more fun than reading something you can care less about.”

Reading is a very vital tool in today’s world. Just because March has ended you could still read, and remember to read what you like and something that you want to read.

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  1. Susan says:

    Good show, it looks like it was a lot of fun.

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