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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Writing could improve reading skills

Believe reading is the key to succeeding. That was the full concept of my book, “Discover Hidden Secret Wisdom.” It was a self-improvement book with the subtitle, “A Recreational Therapist’s System on How You Can Become Great at Anything.” Believe the wisdom of the world is hidden in books. You must be an avid reader to discover these secrets.

Turns out that writing can also improve your ability to read.

You can download the electronic copy of the report called:

Writing to Read: Evidence for How Writing Can Improve Reading

This report was commissioned by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and published by the Alliance for Excellent Education.

Here is the link:
Realized that former West Virginia Governor Bob Wise is the president of the Alliance. Glad to see him promoting reading and writing.

Here is a link for the Carnegie Corporation on literacy:

Want to discover more wisdom on the importance of reading? If so, check out "Discover Hidden Secret Wisdom." Go to this link for more info.

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