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Steps to College Reading (3rd Edition) - Seyler, Dorothy U.
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2003, ISBN: 0321104048

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[EAN: 9780321104045], [PU: Longman], Language Arts & Disciplines|Readers, Language Arts & Disciplines|Reading Skills, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: * notes a new selection.Each chapter begins with "Prepare to Read" and concludes with "Making Connections," "'E' Connections," "Language Words," and "Chapter Review."I. INTRODUCTION.1. Developing a Reading Strategy.Commit.Concentrate.Know About Reading.Why Have a Reading Strategy?Prepare-Read-Respond: How the Steps Connect.Prepare.Read.Respond.Reading Selections.*Elizabeth Shepard, "She Gives Them a Haven."Thomas V. DiBacco, "Dr. Franklin's Tips for Staying Well."II. VOCABULARY.2. Using Context Clues and Building Vocabulary.Context Clues.Words with More Than One Meaning.Learning New Words.Reading Selections.*"Global Cooling."*Elizabeth Kastor, "Frozen in Time: Uncovering the 5,300-Year-Old Mysteries of The European Iceman."Word Power 1: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.3. Recognizing Word Parts and Knowing Your Dictionary.Compound Words.Learning from Word Parts: Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes.Knowing Your Dictionary.Pronunciation.Abbreviations Used in Dictionary Entries.Working with Word Meanings.Reading Selections.James M. Henslin, "Open Season: Children as Prey."*Cecelie Berry, "It's Time We Rejected the Racial Litmus Test."Word Power 2: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.III. TOPICS, MAIN IDEAS, AND SUPPORTING DETAILS.4. Separating General and Specific Statements.General and Specific Statements.Levels of Specificity.Recognizing General and Specific Statements.Recognizing Levels of Specificity in Sentences.Seeing Connections Between Sentences in Writing.Understanding Complicated Sentences.Reading Selection.Michael Scott, "In the Rain Forest."Word Power 3: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.5. Moving from Topic to Main Idea.Identifying a Paragraph's Topic.Guidelines for Topics.Identifying Main Ideas.Reading Selections.*Jean Folkerts and Stephen Lacy, "TV Land versus Real Life."*Ruben Navarrette, Jr., "'American Family': Unreality TV."Word Power 4: Sorting Out Acronyms and Abbreviations.6. Working with Details, Implied Main Ideas, and Main Ideas in Longer Passages.Reading Longer Passages.Recognizing Unstated or Implies Main Ideas.The Summary."Social and Economic Structures in Ancient Egypt." "Selling Coca-Cola in Japan."Guidelines for Summary.Reading Selections.Jackson J. Spielvogel, "The Pyramids."*K. Kris Hirst, "Caral: The Frontiers of Society."Word Power 5: Sorting Out Acronyms and Abbreviations.IV. STRATEGIES AND STRUCTURES.7. Recognizing Patterns and the Use of Transitions.Listing/Addition.Examples.Comparison and Contrast.Reading Selections.*William G. Nickels, Jim McHugh, and Susan McHugh, "Learning to Act Like a Professional."*Claire M. Renzetti and Daniel J. Curran, "Do Women Lead Differently Than Men?"Word Power 6: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.8. Recognizing More Patterns and Signal Words.Ordering: Time Sequence and Process.Definition.Statement with Clarification.Reading Selections.*Martin G. Miller, "Making Sports Fun."*William G. Nickels, Jim McHugh, and Susan McHugh, "Herman Cain and Godfather's Pizza."Word Power 7: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.9. Recognizing More Patterns and the Use of Mixed Patterns.Cause/Effect.Problem/Solution.Summary List of Patterns with Transition Words.Mixed Patterns.Reading Selections.*James Henslin, "Cyberslackers and Cybersleuths: Surfing at Work."*Tomoyuki Iwashita, "Why I Quit the Company."Word Power 8: Knowing Common Foreign Language Words.V. CRITICAL READING.10. Understanding Tone and Drawing Inferences.What Are Inferences?Connotation.Figurative Language.Langston Hughes, "Dreams"Tone and the Writer's Attitude.Characteristics of Appropriate Inferences.Understanding Implied Main Ideas and Drawing Appropriate Inferences.Drawing Inferences and Understanding Implied Main Ideas in Longer Passages.Rea

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[EAN: 9780321104045], Neubuch, [PU: Longman], Language Arts & Disciplines|Readers, Language Arts & Disciplines|Reading Skills, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: * notes a new selection.Each chapter begins with "Prepare to Read" and concludes with "Making Connections," "'E' Connections," "Language Words," and "Chapter Review."I. INTRODUCTION.1. Developing a Reading Strategy.Commit.Concentrate.Know About Reading.Why Have a Reading Strategy?Prepare-Read-Respond: How the Steps Connect.Prepare.Read.Respond.Reading Selections.*Elizabeth Shepard, "She Gives Them a Haven."Thomas V. DiBacco, "Dr. Franklin's Tips for Staying Well."II. VOCABULARY.2. Using Context Clues and Building Vocabulary.Context Clues.Words with More Than One Meaning.Learning New Words.Reading Selections.*"Global Cooling."*Elizabeth Kastor, "Frozen in Time: Uncovering the 5,300-Year-Old Mysteries of The European Iceman."Word Power 1: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.3. Recognizing Word Parts and Knowing Your Dictionary.Compound Words.Learning from Word Parts: Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes.Knowing Your Dictionary.Pronunciation.Abbreviations Used in Dictionary Entries.Working with Word Meanings.Reading Selections.James M. Henslin, "Open Season: Children as Prey."*Cecelie Berry, "It's Time We Rejected the Racial Litmus Test."Word Power 2: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.III. TOPICS, MAIN IDEAS, AND SUPPORTING DETAILS.4. Separating General and Specific Statements.General and Specific Statements.Levels of Specificity.Recognizing General and Specific Statements.Recognizing Levels of Specificity in Sentences.Seeing Connections Between Sentences in Writing.Understanding Complicated Sentences.Reading Selection.Michael Scott, "In the Rain Forest."Word Power 3: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.5. Moving from Topic to Main Idea.Identifying a Paragraph's Topic.Guidelines for Topics.Identifying Main Ideas.Reading Selections.*Jean Folkerts and Stephen Lacy, "TV Land versus Real Life."*Ruben Navarrette, Jr., "'American Family': Unreality TV."Word Power 4: Sorting Out Acronyms and Abbreviations.6. Working with Details, Implied Main Ideas, and Main Ideas in Longer Passages.Reading Longer Passages.Recognizing Unstated or Implies Main Ideas.The Summary."Social and Economic Structures in Ancient Egypt." "Selling Coca-Cola in Japan."Guidelines for Summary.Reading Selections.Jackson J. Spielvogel, "The Pyramids."*K. Kris Hirst, "Caral: The Frontiers of Society."Word Power 5: Sorting Out Acronyms and Abbreviations.IV. STRATEGIES AND STRUCTURES.7. Recognizing Patterns and the Use of Transitions.Listing/Addition.Examples.Comparison and Contrast.Reading Selections.*William G. Nickels, Jim McHugh, and Susan McHugh, "Learning to Act Like a Professional."*Claire M. Renzetti and Daniel J. Curran, "Do Women Lead Differently Than Men?"Word Power 6: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.8. Recognizing More Patterns and Signal Words.Ordering: Time Sequence and Process.Definition.Statement with Clarification.Reading Selections.*Martin G. Miller, "Making Sports Fun."*William G. Nickels, Jim McHugh, and Susan McHugh, "Herman Cain and Godfather's Pizza."Word Power 7: Sorting Out Words That Are Often Confused.9. Recognizing More Patterns and the Use of Mixed Patterns.Cause/Effect.Problem/Solution.Summary List of Patterns with Transition Words.Mixed Patterns.Reading Selections.*James Henslin, "Cyberslackers and Cybersleuths: Surfing at Work."*Tomoyuki Iwashita, "Why I Quit the Company."Word Power 8: Knowing Common Foreign Language Words.V. CRITICAL READING.10. Understanding Tone and Drawing Inferences.What Are Inferences?Connotation.Figurative Language.Langston Hughes, "Dreams"Tone and the Writer's Attitude.Characteristics of Appropriate Inferences.Understanding Implied Main Ideas and Drawing Appropriate Inferences.Drawing Inferences and Understanding Implied Main Ideas in Longer Passages.Rea

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Steps to College Reading

This text offers more help with reading textbook material and provides full chapters on understanding the difference between specific and general statements, understanding implied ideas, reading graphics, and responding to expressive and persuasive writing.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780321104045
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0321104048
Paperback
Publishing year: 2003
Publisher: LONGMAN
483 Pages
Weight: 0,885 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780321104045

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-321-10404-8, 978-0-321-10404-5


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