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Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Edition #6

It was only a matter of time before we featured articles from Time magazine in the Daily SAT-ACT Reader!

1. Why Is Paddling Still Allowed In Schools?
Time.com, 10/1/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 7

Time: Why Is Paddling Still Allowed In Schools?

Did you know that corporal punishment is not only legal but still practiced in 19 states across the country?! Read more about it and learn some key vocabulary words including corporal, effective, injunction, instill, invoke, and momentum.

2. As Debates Approach, Obama and Romney Praise Each Other
Time.com, 10/1/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 14

Time: As Debates Approach, Obama and Romney Praise Each Other

Need to get up to speed about this Wednesday's presidential debate? Check out this article to learn words like biases, congeal, disaffected, electorate, montages, notable, partisan, predilection, and yen.

3. Remembering “Punch” Sulzberger: The Man Who Changed Journalism"
Time.com, 10/1/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 23

Time: Remembering “Punch” Sulzberger: The Man Who Changed Journalism

Over the weekend, the legendary ex-publisher of the New York Times, Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger. passed away. Read this tribute to him and pick up a plethora of vocabulary words including censorship, compliant, defiant, excoriate, genial, profound, seminal, servile, undaunted, and unprecedented.

Hope this helps! Be sure to check back tomorrow for the next edition and please let us know if you have suggestions for improvement!

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