Based on a cognitive skills approach, these student-centered reading skills texts help students go beyond rote learning to develop the solid reading skills good readers take for granted. You'll find the following skill development areas: -- Reading for Pleasure -- encourages students to master new reading strategies and broaden their vocabularies by helping them select books appropriate to their level and enjoy them on their own. -- Reading Comprehension Skills -- emphasizes strategic reading skills such as skimming, scanning, recognizing topics and main ideas, understanding sentences, and making inferences. -- Thinking Skills -- provides targeted practice in inference and analytical skills. -- Reading Faster -- uses high-interest short fiction and nonfiction passages to help students develop speed and flexibility in their reading. The four sections are intended to be used concurrently. Helps beginning students (below 300-word vocabulary) to become better readers in school, college, or business. Includes special emphasis on developing the good vocabulary learning skills crucial to fluent reading. Features a Vocabulary Building section that offers strategies for learning new words, a Teacher's Guide section, and an Answer Key.Based on a cognitive skills approach, these student-centered reading skills texts help students go beyond rote learning to develop the solid reading skills good readers take for granted.
|Title||:||Basic Reading Power|
|Author||:||Beatrice S. Mikulecky, Linda Jeffries|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley - 1997|