Have you ever wondered what happens in our brain when we read? How do squiggles on a page turn to ideas and worlds and feelings in our minds, and how does this process affect the way we understand the text?
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finding the drive to finish my ever-expanding TBR This post is part of a series called The Grad Studies Notebook, where I try to share what I learn from my grad classes in the hopes that you might find them useful and empowering like I do. Ever gotten into a reading slump? One of the… Continue reading Demystifying the reading slump: notes and comments about reading motivation
I announce a subsection of Classroom Without Walls where I I try to share what I learn from my grad classes in the hopes that you might find them useful and empowering like I do.
I list questions we can ask ourselves while reading texts and categorize them according to level of complexity. I also talk about how each kind can be helpful in enriching our engagement with the text and share my thoughts on what it means to be an active reader.