I shall go on with my reading
, Henry--and see what justification there may be for that confident conclusion of yours.
The reading should include a few of the poems of each poet, and students should note definitely the main characteristics of each, romantic and general.
In 'Kubla Kahn' 'Xanadu' is Coleridge's form for 'Xamdu,' the capital of Kublai Khan in Purchas's Pilgrimage, which Coleridge was reading when he fell into the sleep in which he wrote the poem.
No reading is here assigned in Southey or Scott, because Southey is of secondary importance and several of Scott's works, both poems and novels, are probably familiar to most students.
The reading should include the more important lyric poems.
Most men are satisfied if they read or hear read, and perchance have been convicted by the wisdom of one good book, the Bible, and for the rest of their lives vegetate and dissipate their faculties in what is called easy reading.
One who has just come from reading perhaps one of the best English books will find how many with whom he can converse about it?
How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book
My parents said that it didn't have to be a classroom-type book just as long as I was reading
I have students who can read every word on the page and not miss a word, yet can't comprehend and understand the vocabulary," she says "And we quit teaching reading
by middle school.
According to the NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) 2003 Reading
Report Card for the United States, 72% of the fourth graders who come from non-English speaking homes read "below basic level" (National Center Educational Statistics, 2003).
The sheltie, named Tippy2, is a key component of a literacy program that employs gentle trained dogs as listeners for youngsters who find reading
What the league does through a variety of reading
events is visit schools, boys' and girls' clubs, and book fairs.
The second reading
is chosen from a New Testament letter or, in Eastertime, the Book of Revelation.
Initially described in 1967, hyperlexia combines autismlike speech and social problems with a jump-start on reading