READING KEYS - the first in a three-book reading series by Laraine Flemming - offers a comprehensive introduction to reading skills and strategies, from using context clues to identifying purpose and bias. Clear, accessible explanations present reading concepts without oversimplifying the process of reading comprehension. To ensure studentsa understanding, reading keys or summaries follow the explanations, breaking them down into manageable chunks. Throughout each chapter, a variety of steadily more difficult exercises assess studentsa understanding of the material and promote improved comprehension and critical-thinking skills. This incremental approach to instruction and assessment makes it easier for beginning readers to absorb and master new information. The Fourth Edition includes new chapters on analyzing arguments and sentence relationships. In addition, there is a greater emphasis on recognizing and understanding verbal clues to meaning, new discussions on how the brain learns and remembers new information, and several new engaging readings. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Wednesday:Write. an. Intention. Statement. 4 Write an Intention Statement on a 3 X 5 card. For example, if you cana#39;t get started on a term paper, you might write, aquot;I intend to write a list of at least 10 possible topics ... Ita#39;s often less painful to leap.
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