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Reading_Lesson 1.1 importance of reading

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Reading_Lesson 1.1 importance of reading

  1. 1. Reading makes you utilize your brain, which in turn: ▪ improves concentration ▪ improves ability to pay attention ▪ improves ability to focus for longer periods of time 1. Reading is a complex mental task.
  2. 2. He suffered from a reading disorder and had a really hard time with school. He never gave up, and later became an outrageously successful inventor. Did you know...
  3. 3. ▪ Making time for books everyday improves discipline and is shown to be personally rewarding over time. ▪ Reading helps you to use and even improve your memory by remembering details, characters, plots, and more. 2. Reading improves discipline and memory.
  4. 4. He had a really hard time with reading and suffered from dyslexia (a learning disorder that affects reading). He went on to become one of the most influential and innovative people in the entertainment field as we know it. Did you know...
  5. 5. ▪ Reading more expands the amount of knowledge you have. ▪ More knowledge leads to higher confidence. ▪ Higher confidence boosts self-esteem. 3. Reading builds self-esteem.
  6. 6. - Hellen Keller was deaf and blind. - She was the first deaf and blind person to attend and graduate college. - She also wrote and published over 12 books. Did you know...
  7. 7. ▪ Reading about new things challenges your brain to think in new ways. ▪ Reading helps to develop the creative side of the brain by exposing it to unique or unfamiliar ideas. 4. Reading improves creativity.
  8. 8. - He skipped 9th and 11th grade. - He entered college at the age of 15. - He got his PhD at the age of 25. - He wrote multiple books and speeches. - He was also one of the youngest men to ever win the Nobel Peace Prize. Did you know...
  9. 9. ▪ Reading challenging books will expose you to many new words. ▪ With the help of a dictionary and context clues, you will be able to build your vocabulary in no time. 5. Reading improves vocabulary.
  10. 10. - He is an American politician who is the 44th and current president of United States. - He wrote 30 books. Did you know...
  11. 11. ▪ Reading strengthens and improves imagination by putting the brain in new situations. ▪ Our brain processes descriptions by putting them into mental pictures. ▪ This also reduces boredom and enhances activity. 6. Reading inceases imagination.
  12. 12. - She overcame many difficult aspects of life to rise to the top. - She was named the 11th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes magazine. - She started her own book club, which is immensely popular today. - She has her own popular magazine. Did you know... “I love books! I think books open windows to the world for all of us.”
  13. 13. ▪ Reading gives you an insight into diversity and other cultures. ▪ It teaches you about people, places, and events outside of your own experiences. ▪ It teaches you about different beliefs and ways of life that may be new to 7. Reading broadens your horizons.
  14. 14. - He is also loves reading books. * 2/3 of 8th graders do not read at a proficient level. Did you know...
  15. 15. ▪ Reading helps us to develop empathy by allowing us to feel what our characters feel and put ourselves in someone else' shoes. ▪ It also builds a strong sense of compassion. ▪ Reading establishes a better understanding of human nature. 8. Reading helps develop a strong sense of character.
  16. 16. - He is also fond of reading. - He was cast Ron Weasley at the age of 11. - From 2001-2011, he starred in all eight Harry Potter films. Did you know...
  17. 17. ▪ It doesn't just improve English/Language Arts, or even history. Avid readers got better grades across all subjects, even math. ▪ Avid readers also are known to get better grades throughout middle, high school, and college. 9. Reading improves school performance.
  18. 18. - He is an American actor and filmmaker. He has won three Golden Globe Awards for his work as an actor, and two Academy Awards, one for acting and the other for producing. Did you know...
  19. 19. ▪ You speak thousands of words everyday. ▪ Many people write something everyday. ▪ Avid readers find it easier to communicate because of their expanded vocabularies and practice of vocabulary through reading. 10. Words are our everyday tools.
  20. 20. - He loves reading, too. Did you know...
  21. 21. by Francis Bacon “Reading makes a full man.”

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