Tag Archives: literacy

Education v Reading: Comic Book Heros

School districts are banning students from a reading challenge for an awful reason Nina Trygg • 17 hours ago first they burn/ban books then they ban/burn people Caitlyn Haiku  Nina Trygg • 16 hours ago It’s almost funny how the evangelicals try to lie and … Continue reading

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Average People vs Smart People: a Moot Debate

‘Ex-lesbian’ who said going vegan cured her cancer dies from cancer Heero_Yuy • 10 days ago I, or a version of me, have taken care of both an aunt and a grandmother with dementia. This occurred during a time when I, or … Continue reading

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News: Fake vs Relevant

What is fake news? anything that which one does not wish to hear, often said by people who do not have a concept of what news is. News is anything that bleeds leads, to sell advertising and subscriptions. Headlines today … Continue reading

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Teachers and Being Taught

Teachers, scientists, and free speech advocates who oppose the new statute have said they’re worried the measure will allow school districts to shape curricula around people’s beliefs — not the mainstream scientific consensus. Oh boy, Florida residents can now challenge … Continue reading

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Debatable Discussions: opinions

“I’m offended.” it’s an emotional response that signals the end of reason. Opinions are viewpoints, mere perspective of whatever is acceptable mass reality. Wishful thinking that is self serving and projected as What Should Be, or The Way it Is. … Continue reading

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Literally being able to read

Literacy is something that was still a social issue in the 1970s in Canada and America. Adults who were successful by the usual measures were unable to read even a menu in a restaurant. When I went to school in … Continue reading

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How to read for comprehension

  I spent 13 years as a Federal bureaucrat;so there’s a trick to reading everything, and it’s 1. format 2. framework (who paid for it). 3. validity of measurables against scope of claim and 4. facts vs assumptions   things … Continue reading

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