Structured Reading / Edition 6

Structured Reading / Edition 6

by Lynn Q. Troyka
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130450766

ISBN-13: 9780130450760

Pub. Date: 06/24/2002

Publisher: Prentice Hall


Structured Reading is grounded in the theory that students learn best from guided, hands-on experience with complete, not partial, reading selections. This text approaches students with detailed instruction in the separate skills areas that assure movement to college-level reading abilities, followed by extensive, repeated practice found in a variety of…  See more details below

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Structured Reading is grounded in the theory that students learn best from guided, hands-on experience with complete, not partial, reading selections. This text approaches students with detailed instruction in the separate skills areas that assure movement to college-level reading abilities, followed by extensive, repeated practice found in a variety of essays from books, magazines, and texts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130450760
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
06/24/2002
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
423
Product dimensions:
6.94(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.71(d)

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Table of Contents

Preface

Part 1 Skills for Reading

Chapter 1 What Is Your Personal Reading HISTory?

Chapter 2 What Is the Reading Process?

Chapter 3 What Is the Role of “SQ3R” When Reading to Study?

Chapter 4 How Can I Improve My Vocabulary?

Chapter 5 What Are “Central Theme” and “Main Ideas”?

Chapter 6 What Are “Major Details”?

Chapter 7 How Can Maps, Outlines, and Visuals Help with Reading?

Chapter 8 What Are “Inferences”?

Chapter 9 What Is “Critical Reading”?

Chapter 10 Critical Reading: What Are “The Author’s Strategies”?

Chapter 11 Critical Reading: What Is a “Summary”?

Chapter 12 What Is “Reader’s Response”?

Answers to Activities in Part One

Part 2
Selection 1 A Real Loss by Fern Kupfer

Vocabulary list with dictionary entries

Exercises:

1A Vocabulary

1B Central Theme and Main Ideas

1C Major Details

1D Inferences

1E Critical Reading: Fact or Opinion

1F Critical Reading: The Author’s Strategies

1G Reader’s Process: Summarizing Your Reading

1H Reader’s Response: To Discuss or to Write About

Selection 2 To Catch a Thief by Stephen Holt
*Selection 3 Freegans Salvage Food from the City’s Bountiful Garbage by Eliabeth Giegerich

Selection 4 Seoul Searching by Rick Reilly
Selection 5 Darkness at Noon by Harold Krents
*Selection 6 Ugly and Lovable by Larry Levin

Part 3

Selection 7 Summer by Jonathan Schwartz

Selection 8 Brains the Ultimate Sex Appeal by Wendi C. Thomas

Selection 9 The Girl with the Large Eyes by Julius Lester Genes and Behavior: A Twin Legacy by Constance Holden

*Selection 10 Divorcing Couples Seek Solace in Ring-Smashing Ceremonies by Sandra Barron

Selection 11 Flour Children by Lexine Alpert

Selection 12 The Magic Words Are “Will You Help Me?” by Michael Ryan

Part 4

Selection 13 How to Stay Alive by Art Hoppe

*Selection 14 Waging War on Wrinkles by Jessica Dye

*Selection 15 The Danger of Hoarding by Joyce Cohen

Selection 16 Forty Acres and a Holiday by Lisa Jones

Selection 17 My Mother’s Blue Bowl by Alice Walker

Selection 18 From In Search of Bernabé by Graciela Limón

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