Do you read the paper?
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Up until my junior year in high school, I never read the newspaper, well, that may be stretching it a bit, but I hardly ever read the paper. I still found ways to be informed, but I didn't know all that I could know. Yet, when grade 12 rolled around I took economics and my teacher told us to collect articles that revolved around the economy. This meant that when I got the paper, I would skim through all the other sections before I reached the business section. My second semester of grade 12 I took a political science course, and this teacher really encouraged us to read newspapers. Every friday certain students were assigned to find an article about an issue, then they would proceed to summarize it to the class, and finally, students would take turns discussing the article. I admit that I got used to this, and now that I'm in university, reading the paper has become a natural part of my day. My favourite section is the World News, and I even have a favourite columnist. Lately I've been looking to expand beyond the regular paper that I read; The New York Times is one of my other favourites.
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