Alphabet Soup Challenge Letter R – Read

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Alphabet Soup Challenge  Letter R – Read

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I’m taking part in the Alphabet Soup challenge, Hosted by Cathy Lynn Brooks. It has nothing to do with Soup. It was just a funny name  Cathy made up to explain an event that requires bloggers to use every letter of the alphabet in random order to inspire daily posting. 

Reading Pantoum Poem

Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding symbols in order to construct or derive a meaning.
Reading is a complex interaction between the text and the reader >
Reading is shaped by the reader’s prior knowledge, experiences, attitude, and language.
The reading process requires continuous practice, development, and refinement.

Reading is a complex interaction between the text and the reader.
Reading is such a complex process, cannot be controlled or restricted to one or two interpretations.
The reading process requires continuous practice, development, and refinement.
Readers may use context clues to identify the meaning of unknown words.

Reading is such a complex process, cannot be controlled or restricted to one or two interpretations.
Currently, most reading is either of the printed words from ink or toner.
Readers may use context clues to identify the meaning of unknown words.
Reading is from a book, magazine, newspaper, leaflet, or notebook.

Currently, most reading is either of the printed words from ink or toner on paper.
Or it can be from electronic displays, such as computer display, mobile phones or e-readers.
Reading is from a book, magazine, newspaper, leaflet, or notebook.
Often the text relates to the object, such as an address on an envelope or traffic street sign.

Or it can be from electronic displays, such as computer displays, mobile phones or e-readers.
By reading aloud is a common technique for improving literacy rates.
Often the text relates to the object, such as an address on an envelope or traffic street sign.
The history of reading dates back to the invention of writing during the 4th millennium BC.

By reading aloud is a common technique for improving literacy rates.
Reading is shaped by the reader’s prior knowledge, experiences, attitude, and language.
The history of reading dates back to the invention of writing during the 4th millennium BC.
Reading is a complex cognitive process” of decoding symbols in order to construct or derive a meaning.

Alphabet Challenge

How to write a Pantoum Poem

http://shadowpoetry.com/resources/wip/pantoum.html

3 thoughts on “Alphabet Soup Challenge Letter R – Read

  1. Very interesting, Elsie!
    I am dyslexic so reading for me was a very difficult process ~ the words and lines keep moving for dyslexics and require a lot of energy to decode.
    As I’ve aged this has improved enormously; it is only when I’m extremely tired that my eyes have difficulty adjusting. This meant I wasn’t ever keen on reading; the material had to be very interesting to keep my attention.
    When I started blogging I had a real problem with all the reading needed to be done if I wanted to ‘keep up’! These days I skim as much as possible unless, as I’ve said, the material really holds my interest.
    I can honestly say, Elsie, I enjoy your posts. I find them interesting, knowledgeable and well written…
    Well done to you.. 🙂
    xoxoxo

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    • Hi Carolyn, I would never have thought that you were dyslexic, so pleased you find the pantoum poems interesting and helpful.
      Thanks for the nice comment, I appreciate it.
      Enjoy your week, hopefully, fine weather.

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      • If you’d known me as a young girl and young woman you may have guessed!!! I worked very hard on learning to spell and to write. Today these things are generally picked up whilst the youngster is in school. But, not in my day…
        Our day is 22 degrees; so warm, it’s delightful.. 🙂

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