Self-Appraisal Guidelines

Reading exercises your mind and your learn new things depending on what you read. It also helps you stay informed on things that are happening around your environment. I highlight and separate the main ideas of things that I read. At the end I summarize the article, story, or book so I wont forget the main topic. While I am reading I look for dates main characters and settings when dealing with stories. Other topics ill look for the secret message. In future classes I will keep to my same strategy, which has helped me so far. I might change some things depending on what new things I learn. I will read more on business and different kinds of law depending on what I decide to make my career. ...

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Added: 3/6/2011 10:14:53 PM
Submitted By: abram_10
Category: Personal Writing
Type: Free Paper
Words: 163
Pages: 1

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