Biblical Reading Exercises |
Using Humor to
When a student
doesn’t at least break out in a grin,
chances are he doesn’t understand what
he has just read. It can be the result
of not knowing the meaning of a word or
phrase or an allusion to a religious,
literary, or historical happening.
Other Stories for
Try These Resources:
Your local public or school library
often has many books to discard every
year because they are obsolete,
tattered, etc. These books can be
great for the holder of the folder
The Teaching of Reading),
for practicing on how to take notes (See
Highlighting and Underlining), etc.
Google Books is a great resource of
free PDF books in the public domain.
You can download the entire book and use
it for comprehension readings, read it
for pleasure, or look up (it's
completely searchable) your favorite
passages of the classics.
Project Gutenberg has an extensive
collection of books in the public domain
in multiple formats that are compatible
with Adobe Reader, as well as your
favorite e-book reader.
Clarified.net might be
funny/inspirational reading. It is a weekly
humorous column by Claire Theriot Mestepey
about a woman whose disability seems to be
the least of her troubles. Her first book
“My Walker and Other Glamorous Accessories”
is sure to be on the way
to being door stops all around the nation.
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