I think what you are saying by way of introduction to the first topic is that reading and doing are only two of the very many ways of learning things. That's not a bad way to start off a comparison of reading and doing as styles of learning, as it puts the question in the broader context of multiple intelligences and multiple learning styles.
You do need, however, to clean up your grammar and word choice to make that more clear.
here are a lot of ways for you to learn something. Among them
, learning by reading and by doing are
the most popular. By reading, we acquire
a number of useful pieces of
information, and by doing we gain
. Personally, I learn better by doing than by reading.
You could start out even stronger, by making the first sentence active. For example, you could say, "People learn in many different ways.
I agree with Roland that the thesis of your second essay needs to be stated more clearly and then illustrated. As it now stands, we must derive your thesis from the different things you say about your past and present neighbors. Rewrite the introduction to that essay to be more clear, and then we can start in on grammar.