Scientists Say Sorry, But Speed Reading Doesn't Work: http://www.businessinsider.com/scientists-say-speed-reading-doesnt-work-2016-1. I'm not surprised since I have tried every method and would like at least one of them to work. However, I have found it difficult to enjoy reading and remember what I've read if my concentration is to read as fast as possible to get through the article ofr book.
This article can be found at: http://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2016/jan/17/top-10-worriers-in-childrens-literature_. It especially appeals to me since I am, and always have been, somewhat of a worrier. It is helpful to me to read about how character's in literature handle their worrying tendencies.
ProCon.com offers this quiz at: http://2016election.procon.org/2016-election-quiz.php. There are also a Teacher's Corner with educational resources including lesson plans, standards, critical thinking studies, inspirational quotes, and more.
The All Time Best Sellers: http://bestsellers.about.com/od/readingrecommendations/tp/The-All-Time-Bestsellers.htm
"Book that Have Sold the Most Copies Overall"
Most of the books on this list were a surprise to me. Some I had not even heard of. How many of the books have you read?
As a life-long educator, I like to read about education and decided to share what I find interesting here with you. Please let me know your thoughts about the articles.