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Thinning the Herd through Reading and Comprehension: 'All-they-can-eat Fish Feast!'
'Which way to the reading clinic?'
"I thought it had a pretty good story and interesting characters, but I really didn't like the font."
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'I don't think it was a very productive year for Ms. Read. We learned to use all twenty six letters, and she only learned to use the 'C'.'
'I know I'm having trouble reading at a 3rd grade level...that's why, when I grow up, I'm going to be a 2nd grade teacher.'
'You have to learn to read, Son, so Parliament can't put anything over on you.'
'Once upon a time...'
'Just FYI...so far your overall communication scores are pretty dismal. Do go on.'
'I'm encouraging him to read.'
"Mom wants me to learn to read, write, and count sheep."
Tags:counting sheep, sheep, arithmetic, reading skill, reading skills, writing skill, writing skills, literacy, insomniac, insomniacs, sleeping problem, sleeping problems, curriculum, curriculums, pupil, pupils, student, students, first grade, first grades, primary school, reception class, reception classes
"All right, Sam, but by grade three, they should definitely be able to read."
"It's a note from my teacher. I would have already read it, but it's in cursive."
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"So you can do your homework. That's why you have to learn to read and write."
'Reading, writing, and arithmetic? What a great idea. Let me run it by the Superintendent.'
"I wouldn't mind...But he's the teacher."
"We call it 'learning to read', not 'battling illiteracy'."
Tags:illiterate, illiteracy, battling illiteracy, learning, read, reads, reading, reader, readers, reading skill, reading skills, child development, child developments, growing up, homework, reading lesson, literacy lesson, child literacy, literacy class, literacy classes, book, books, story, stories, bedtime story, bedtime stories
'You don't understand this letter? It means that your reading comprehension skills are under par. You will have to enroll in remedial courses.'
'Reading, writing and arithmetic are important Kevin. You need them to establish a credit rating.'
'I just don't know what to do! He's been this way since we lost the remote control!'
Only after learning of his defeat does Dale Higgins realize being a write-in candidate for the illiterate party was asking too much.
'Hey, man, cool shirt.'
'I've only just learned to read, and I'm already on page twelve of my sister's diary.'
'When I was ready to read, they taught me to tie my shoes - when I was ready to tie my shoes, they taught me to read.'
"You and your literacy programs! -- Now everybody's signing PETITIONS!"
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"I'm so proud! That means that there is someone at our company who can write!"