PLS201 - Declaration Reading Reflection

PLS201 - Declaration Reading Reflection - Goldberg for the...

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1/9/06 PLS 201 Declaration Reading The reading for me was definitely more effective than if I went to sit down and read it myself, especially since you can get a little emotion out of the speaker’s voice. I must have ADD or something but I have to admit at times my mind would randomly wonder off, but nothing that wouldn’t happen if I was reading it. Although, seeing Whoppi
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Unformatted text preview: Goldberg for the first time brought my attention back. I would tend to think that being at a live reading of it would be even more effective. The fact that it had celebrities reading it was somewhat of a plus I guess. Normal people reading it would have worked for me....
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