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METACOGNITIVE READING REPORT NO. 3 Surname: Siega First name: James Course/section: GED105/AT3 Date: 11/29/2018 Readings: 1. Crossing Borders: development, learning and the North-South divide 2. The Rise of New Urban Middle Classes in Southeast Asia: What is its national and regional significance? Four (4) things that I significantly learned from the readings: (2 from each reading) From the first reading, I have learned that there are tons of conceptions of learning because there are conceptions of learning that does apply from one place but doesn’t to another because of different contexts. I have also learned that even if knowledge cannot travel directly, attempts to learn between North and South can still be ‘fruitful’. From the second reading, I have learned that Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines have been shaped by historical forces and the mentioned countries are a product of regional economic development. I have also learned that the lifestyle of the people in the said countries have been shaped depending on the country’s appropriation.
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