Six-Way Paragraphs, a three-level series, teaches the basic skillsnecessary for reading factual material through the use of the following six types of questions: subject matter, main idea, supporting details, conclusions, clarifying devices, and vocabulary in context.
|Publisher:||NTC Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
|Age Range:||11 - 17 Years|
Table of ContentsThe ParagraphTo the Student To the Instructor Feathery Homes Outsmarting the Enemy Rain Forests Puta Lidonit Two Unhappy Firsts Sea Turtles The Whale Clan Give Them a Hand Six-Legged Workers The Collapsing Road A Whale of a Story The Hermit Forever Amber Jumbo Stunt People A Dragon That Flies A Dangerous Weather Maker Oldest, Youngest, or in the Middle? A Very Old Riddle Protect Your Hearing The Wizard of Wall Street Surviving in Very Cold Climates Let's Shake on It Slow but Sure Scallops and Clams Joker's Wild The Mysterious Iceman They'll Eat Anything No Laughing Matter Abe's Favorite Story A Perfect Match The Great Invasion The Ship with Four Legs The Octopus Plant Monkey Do Courage and Skill No Chance to Dream The World's Oldest Sport Glass on the Beach The Monstrous Flower Famous Horses of the Past A Safe Place to Sleep The Ancient Cockroach Without Hook and Line Watch Out for Quicksand! The Prince Tames a Horse (and more...)