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Unformatted text preview: John Spina Mechanical Engineering Class of 2011 9/6/10 firstname.lastname@example.org Usable Past Every person in the entire world has some sort of a past. There are some parts of a persons past that have significant value, and some parts that are essentially useless. Somewhere in most peoples history they learned about the basics of literature, reading and writing. I began reading at an early age. My mom and grandma used to sit with me and read my bedtime stories every night before I went to bed. Being only around the age of two I could not actually read, but because I was read to so much I began memorizing how some of the shorter stories went. To this day my grandma insists that I was reading to her. When I was finally of age to begin actually reading, my parents started me on Hooked on Phonics. I honestly do not remember much about this but I vaguely remember series of flash cards with words and...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course WRT 105 taught by Professor Wake during the Fall '08 term at Rochester.
- Fall '08