Thursday, June 28, 2012

Booking Through Teacher

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Margaret of BooksPlease asks:

Who taught you to read?

My mom taught to read the alphabets, dad used to get me kiddie story books. My brothers read them aloud for me. And when I started to all on my own, I do not really remember. The above too, I have told by my dad. I do recall my dad telling us stories from the Hindu Scriptures. Till date, I can recall each and everything he narrated to us. I did read the scriptures at a later date.

11 comments:

Gigi Ann said...

I remember when I learned to read and I've loved it every since.

Aishah Waheed said...

That's great having a parent who can help you. For me it was quite tough had to get all the help from school.

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Aishah Waheed said...

That's great!

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CMash said...

I can't remember but made an assumption as to how I was taught. Have a great upcoming weekend!

Juli Rahel said...

I love how for many people reading is a family thing! It makes it so much more enjoyable! Thanks for sharing :D
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bermudaonion said...

I'm not really sure who taught me to read. I don't remember not knowing how.

Unknown said...

Yea i think my mom did too. So hard to remember. Here's my BTT

Unknown said...

I can recall it vividly. My first grade teacher, Mrs. Thomas, whom I thought was the meanest person in the world, taught me using the Dick and Jane readers.

I had must moved to Florida and was behind the rest of the class. I was in the lowest reading group, by myself, alone. Cue violins.

Tribute Books Mama said...

It's great how you learned to read.

http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/06/booking-through-thursday_28.html

Unknown said...

I read at an early age, somewhat self- taught.

http://thecharacterconnection.blogspot.com/2012/06/booking-through-thursday.html

Kyle Adams said...

I don't remember because I was so young, but my sister, who is two years older than me, used to read to me often. She'd sit me on the couch when I was 1 or 2 and read to me. She was very advanced for her age, and she loved to read stories to me. I wish I could remember it.

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