Transcript of The Hunger Games Reading Response 2 The Hunger Games By: Suzanne Collins Main Characters: Short Summary Themes Authors Message Strategies I utilized How this infulenced me Credits: Katniss: A 16 year old young lady who is wistful and irritable. Katniss additionally has a more youthful sister named Prim. In the book, Prim gets picked out of hundreds of individuals to be a canidate in The Hunger Games to rival different areas with Peeta (the fellow who additionally got picked), Katniss
more recently video games have become an adversary of the past time of reading a book while enjoying the outdoors. Video games first appeared in 1958 and the people playing these games have increased exponentially throughout the previous years. Many controversies of video games have come to light as many people are becoming addicted to the ultra-realistic games that have been appearing. Parents have begun to speculate the harm, if any, that comes from the prolonged use of video games by their children
In the article "Why Games Are Good for You" by Steven Johnson, Johnson analyses pop culture pastimes in order to further the position that games can help the human brain. Johnson is a firm believer in high levels of reading and finds that if reading is not present in our daily lives we do not attain high levels of knowledge. Knowledge is essential for growth and development and therefore is necessary. Johnson explores the idea of games having a positive impact on the human brain and can advance certain
Canadian citizens have contrasting views on how the game is perceived. In my essay I am going to explore the variations between Gzowski and Coupland view against Cormack and Cosgrave’s. Within the paper I will also express my opinion on how I perceive the wonderful game of hockey. Gzowski and Coupland approach Canadian hockey as our nations pride. They both explain in their readings how every Canadian of every class, region and gender loved the game. They perceived hockey as a part of Canada and our
The present study is in keeping with the readability tests available online – SMOG, Fry, Flesch, and Gunning-Fog - and the interrelationship between reading theories and readability testing. These formulae have been juxtaposed with reading theories - reading as a psycholinguistic guessing game, top-down and bottom-up, and interactive models of reading, and schema theory, Krashen’s comprehensible input or i + 1 theory - to aid the researcher in giving substance and form to the study.
people to not read. As James Patterson said on CNN.com, “Sorry, moms and dads, but it's your job -- not the schools' -- to find books to get your kids reading and to make sure they read them.” One of the biggest reasons for the literacy rate being so low is that once people are out of school, they refuse to read unless it has something to so with a game, their job, or the internet. Typically, kids don’t read once they aren’t in school. They refuse to even think of picking up a book when they are not
I usually read books, to boost my mood up and for the purpose of entertaining. I mostly go for books that discuss some deep issues that can be related to my life. Also, I find reading as a way to view different thoughts from distinct preferences. My strength in reading is never getting tired of it, especially, when reading an interesting book. Other strength is my ability to observe the themes and the moral lessons presented in any book and comparing them to my personal opinions or society. Besides
9 Tips To Follow if You Want To Raise a Genius No one is born a genius. We all have the same set of skill being infants and develop them through our childhood and sometimes even through all our life. Thus, everyone can become a genius with a proper approach to upbringing. Of course, the responsibility for bringing up a genius totally lies on the parents. Grown-ups can decide for themselves what they should do, what they should read, and what classes to attend. Small kids have no possibility