All of Us: A Multicultural Reading Skills Handbook / Edition 3

All of Us: A Multicultural Reading Skills Handbook / Edition 3

by Harvey S. Wiener, Charles Bazerman
     
 

ISBN-10: 0395904226

ISBN-13: 9780395904220

Pub. Date: 12/22/1998

Publisher: Cengage Learning

All of Us places the highly successful Wiener/Bazerman system in a multicultural context. Part I, the handbook, provides guidance and practice in reading skills, while Part II, the anthology, provides opportunities for application. The text's expansive critical-thinking apparatus helps students become stronger and more active readers by highlighting the connections

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All of Us places the highly successful Wiener/Bazerman system in a multicultural context. Part I, the handbook, provides guidance and practice in reading skills, while Part II, the anthology, provides opportunities for application. The text's expansive critical-thinking apparatus helps students become stronger and more active readers by highlighting the connections between reading and writing. Self-tests allow students to monitor their progress.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780395904220
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
12/22/1998
Edition description:
3RD
Pages:
560
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

I. Reading Fundamentals 1. Before You Read 2. Reading Helpers: Underlining, Taking Notes, and Outlining 3. Building a Strong Vocabulary II. Basic Comprehension 4. Visual Aids 5. Reading for the Main Idea 6. Reading for Information 7. Recognizing Paragraph Patterns III. Reading and Critical Thinking 8. Making Inferences 9. Understanding Figurative Language 10. Drawing Conclusions and Predicting Outcomes 11. Generalizing 12. Evaluating Ideas 13. Making Connections Reading Selections Coming to America A New Dawn, Sam Moses The Business of Selling Mail-Order Brides, Venny Villapando Hearts of Sorrow, James M. Freeman Immigrants, Aurora Levins Morales Education and Learning My Unsentimental Tutee, Laura Billings Letting in Light, Particia Raybon They Treat Girls Differently, Don't They? Timothy Harper Model Minority, Felicia R. Lee Making Connections My Father's Black Pride, Marcus Bleecker A Cafe Reopens: Lunch Returns to the Prairie, William E. Schmidt Say Something. They're Only Children, Lucie Prinz Like Mother, Like Daughter, Lloyd Gite Identities and Struggles Love Me, Love My (Brown) Mother, Charity Plata Wilshire Bus, Hisaye Yamamoto Zoot Suit Riots, Albert Camarillo Creating Unique Names for Children, Cindy Roberts

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