The bite-sized chunks of text will have a nonreader
reading in no time.
During the interviews with the classroom teachers, three of the seven teachers used the term nonreader
to describe their students' literacy development.
I don't know what I admire most about this woman, or another nonreader
Linda - a 46-year-old businesswoman who fears exposure every time she is handed a form to fill in - their bravery in admitting they are illiterate or their chutzpah for having lived with what they call a "silent shame".
The Halifax author's hope, when writing any genre, is to turn a nonreader
into a reader.
particular, the nonreader
could claim that this undisclosed fact is a
A case in point might be our nonreader
leaders whose simplistic delineations of good and evil make John Wayne look like Duns Scotus, whose rough-and-ready posturing reduces problems of tremendous and terrifying import to the one-dimensional complexity of a shootout on Boot Hill.
Parts read like an introduction, for a nonreader
of poetry, to some of the underlying mechanisms that make the form tick, while others, particularly portions of the Milton essay, seem to assume an audience well versed in scholars' disputes.
Without exception, the National Enquirer reader was more likely to believe each article than was the nonreader
, the grand means across all 10 articles being 3.
Further research with men or nonreader
females would help determine whether nonreaders
are as critical as the readers suspect, or whether the readers themselves are the harshest critics.
, Lorraine Samuels, commented, "I liken him, quite frankly, to a psychopath, a man who has no feelings.
To be a nonreader
and the next day to sit down with Hegel--it's a hilarious sort of task.
However, they do, and what little punctuation the nonreader
does know is probably painfully recalled from a boring fourth grade English class where a C book report on Treasure Island was the highlight of the year.