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Atinuke Omolara Mosaic 851, Section 62 October 23, 2008 B. Preston Lyles Reflection: The reading process and collecting information Reflecting on the first four books that were read this semester, each book required special tactics and methods for comprehension. Each reading was unique and therefore it was not easy reading each book. Currently, out of all the books we have read the chapter “Oedipus Tyrannus” in the Theban Plays was the easiest to understand. I believe this is partially because the Theban Plays was a drama written as a playwright and this type of genre is usually straightforward. Before I go into detail about what techniques I utilize to retrieve information from an assigned reading, I will discuss the environment necessary for me to read effectively. For me, the setting of where my reading takes place depends on the time of day. If I have to read during the day, the only place I can read is Paley Library. I’m sure there are other quiet places to read on campus but I am most familiar with this place. The area which I sit is away from the windows and the chair I sit in is a comfortable single seat couch. I sit away from the windows because the scene outside distracts me and the chairs are perfect for reading not like a
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course IH 851 taught by Professor Lyles during the Fall '08 term at Temple.

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mosaic reflection3 - Atinuke Omolara Mosaic 851, Section 62...

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