Reading is a Journey, Not an Event!

Week 15!
Congratulations! You stuck in there and finished the course. Remember, "Reading development is an ongoing journey. It is not a one time event." Continue to read and seed knowledge.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Reading 25 Reflection

This will be your final blog for Reading 25. Take a few minutes before you write to think about your attitude and thoughts about reading 15 weeks ago. Have your thoughts or attitude towards reading changed? If so, in what way?

Next, think about what type of reader you were 15 weeks ago. Now when you read an article, book or paragraph, what do you do differently?

Finally, please share how you feel about you experience in Reading 25.  Your post should answer each question asked and should be a minimum of 200 words.


  1. I don't know how to do the book report wat are we supposed to do

    1. Come by the Reading Center (SSEC 116A) and I can clarify the assignment. I'll be there tomorrow (Wed) 12-3 pm and on Thursday 8-11 am. If those time are not good for you, send me an email at to request a time that is good for you. Also, you can call me on my office phone, 323-242-5594.

  2. "It is the responsibility of every human being to aspire to do something Worthwhile, to make this world a better place than the one we found. Life is a gift, and if we agree to accept it, we must contribute in return."

    - Albert Einstein