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Golawch y seren

Golawch y seren Fel y crybwyllwyd eisoes mae llawer o n gweithgareddau dyddiol yn ddim mwy na r arfer mwyaf cyffredin Ers cynnydd y bore i noson amser gwely i chi wneud miloedd o achosion cyfarwydd gwisgo bwyta bre

  • Title: Golawch y seren
  • Author: George Dawson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fel y crybwyllwyd eisoes, mae llawer o n gweithgareddau dyddiol yn ddim mwy na r arfer mwyaf cyffredin Ers cynnydd y bore i noson amser gwely i chi wneud miloedd o achosion cyfarwydd gwisgo, bwyta brecwast, darllen y papur, brwsio eich dannedd, mynd i r swyddfa, gyfarch pobl, i adfer trefn ar y bwrdd gwaith, cyfarfodydd amserlen, yn gweithio ar brosiectau, yn siarad arFel y crybwyllwyd eisoes, mae llawer o n gweithgareddau dyddiol yn ddim mwy na r arfer mwyaf cyffredin Ers cynnydd y bore i noson amser gwely i chi wneud miloedd o achosion cyfarwydd gwisgo, bwyta brecwast, darllen y papur, brwsio eich dannedd, mynd i r swyddfa, gyfarch pobl, i adfer trefn ar y bwrdd gwaith, cyfarfodydd amserlen, yn gweithio ar brosiectau, yn siarad ar y ff n ac ac ati Dros y blynyddoedd, mae gennych set o arferion sefydledig Mae swm yr holl arferion hyn yn pennu cwrs eich bywyd.

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    1. George Dawson

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.George Dawson was called America s favorite poster child for literacy after learning to read at the age of 98 Dawson was a grandson and great grandson of African American slaves After turning 21, he traveled extensively throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico in 1928, after nine years of travel and work, he returned to find his family had moved away, leaving no clue as to their new home I wondered why they hadn t let me know Then again, how would they have found me Even if they d known where I was, I wouldn t have been able to read their letter He married Elzenia, a literate woman, and they moved to Dallas, where Dawson began to work for the city in road repair, and went on to have seven children, helping them all with their homework despite not knowing how to read In 1938, he took a job with a dairy, where he worked until his retirement at age 79.When Dawson was around age 90, a man was making door to door visits on behalf of a local adult education adult basic education program Dawson overcame his initial reluctance to reveal his illiteracy, telling himself, All your life you ve wanted to read Maybe this is why you re still around On first meeting instructor Carl Henry, a retired teacher, he learned that the oldest student to that time had been a woman in her fifties Dawson learned to read and even went on to study for his GED at age 103 He was posthumously honored when the Carroll Independent School District named a middle school after him in Southlake, Texas.

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