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LINEAR VS. NONLINEAR READING

Look at the title and in pairs, try to define the difference between the two expressions. You can also consult a dictionary for the meaning.
Now, choose the answers for the statements below.

Reading is classed as linear when we read texts {printed_on_paper;on_computer;in_verse} .
Reading is classed as nonlinear when we read texts {on_a_computer;in_free_verse;printed_on_paper} .

Next, watch the video below and find out what professor Meta Grosman says on the topic.

The statements below sum up the ideas of the video, but they are jumbled. Put them in the right order.

There is a basic difference between linear and nonlinear reading.
As for the traditional text, its author decides on the sequence of reading it
A nonlinear electronic text is not predetermined as the linear one is.
A reader of a nonlinear text can decide on their own reading path.
There are as many meanings of an e-text as there are reading paths.
E-reading includes reading for information and reading e-literature.
Reading for information appears to be seductive due to various links.

Find six words that refer to electronic reading.

{nonlinear;linear;mixed} = not appearing or being arranged like a line;
{node;text;sentence} = the linguistic components of electronic texts;
{e-text;email;e-book} = electronic text; text found online;
{computer;smartphone;printer} = an electronic machine for doing calculations, storing data, finding information, etc.;
{link;URL;text} = a connection between documents on the Internet;
{electronic;switch;picture} = relating to computers and something that is done by computers.

Next, answer the questions below and do the proposed activity.

Why is there no such topic like "e-reading belongs to the future?"
What types of written texts can be read online?
As for electronic reading, how many ways do we differentiate?
What are they?

Finally, read the text below, fill in the gaps, and then, listen to its recording. Then, do the exercise again.

In the field of electronic reading we usually differentiate two ways of reading: reading for information on the Internet and reading of narrative texts of e-literature. In connection with reading for information various schools offer different recommendations how not to lose the basic interest or idea and how to avoid the seduction of various links, the reading of narrative electronic literature, on the other hand, results in a countless variety of meanings and produces no sharable content for the discussion of the text.
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