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If you’ve ever wondered how it looks when you refuse to pay R1700 + shipping for a textbook, so you pirate it and have it printed for just R500…

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That’s one textbook split over 2 arch lever files because this bitch is POES BIG!!

Also…

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IS THAT THROCKMORTON!?!???!?

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If you’ve ever wondered how it looks when you refuse to pay R1700 + shipping for a textbook, so you pirate it and have it printed for just R500…

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That’s one textbook split over 2 arch lever files because this bitch is POES BIG!!

Also…

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IS THAT THROCKMORTON!?!???!?

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I started a new vocab book! Finally! I am so excited because I’ve been stuck on that 쏙쏙 TOPIK book for so long, but finally pushed through and memorized all the words that were left. I really like this new book pictured on the left (토픽 어휘 2300) because they organize it by themes rather than going alphabetically. It’s also bigger and feels much more like a textbook, which I love. Going to try to finish this book in two months!

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NTC’s Classical Dictionary

The Origins of the Names of Characters in Classical Mythology and Literature.

Awesome book to have if you’re writing about classical characters and mythological creatures.

NTC — National Textbook Company

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Graphs:

A graph can be used to display information in such a way that it makes it easier for us to understand the information. A good chart or graph will display information as honestly and accurately as possible. However, some graphs and charts can be accidentally, and in some cases, purposefully misleading.

Can you think of some specific ways that a chart or graph might present data incorrectly?

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Key Terms:

  • Active Learning: learning information through participation in activities.
  • Bar Graph: a graph that compares and contrasts groups of information.
  • Data: technical information, usually numbers or percentages.
  • Font: the size and style of letters.
  • Legend: part of a chart or graph that shows how the groups of information are displayed.
  • Line Graph: a graph that uses a line to show changes over time.
  • Pie Chart: a chart that uses pie slices to show percentages of a whole.
  • Pre-reading: preparing yourself to learn from your reading.
  • Prior Knowledge: what you already know about a topic.
  • Purpose: the goal of a text.
  • Sensing Learning: learning information through logical methods and objective facts.
  • Verbal Learning: learning information through written and spoken words.
  • Visual Cue: a picture, graph, icon, color, or shape that adds to the meaning of a text.

Lesson 2.3 | Reading Actively and Purposefully

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Foundations of English (Hawkes Learning)

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surprisingly enough, once i’m actually in the zone i can stay on task easier on my least favourite subjects more than on my favourite cause my least favourite subject is boring enough to me that i won’t get distracted by the other chapters in the textbook.

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Another side of Studyblr, not an aesthetic:

a soothing candle for when things get overwhelming, medication for some stress-related symptoms.

But also, washi tapes, my communications book, and my laptop, waiting for me to be productive.

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