Students develop the vocabulary, background information and thinking skills they need to read content-area textbooks and learn new information. Corrective Reading Comprehension develops: The thinking tactics used by successful readers-applying prior knowledge, making inferences and analysing evidence. Students learn literal and inferential skills necessary to read content-area textbooks and learn new information. Reasoning and analysis strategies are taught in content-rich contexts, enabling students to transfer newly learned skills to many subject areas. Writing activities include exercises to help students become more facile with mechanics and paragraph form as well as prompts that elicit their imagination. Students build a solid foundation of concepts and skills upon which comprehension thrives.
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Book Description Glencoe/Mcgraw-Hill, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110076111725