Improve vocabulary and reading comprehension using your favorite literature. The varied activities in this unit give students the ability to closely examine new vocabulary in the actual context of the world's best books. Through a variety of activities, for use individually or in small groups, each unit familiarizes students with words that they will encounter again and again, enabling them to become better readers and encouraging them to use context and other clues to improve their vocabulary. Complete with activities using quotes from the book illustrating context, root exercises, a glossary of slang, proper nouns, and additional vocabulary, and a unit test. These reproducible books not only help sight vocabulary, but also teach the techniques needed to understand literature and maximize word attack skills.
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The classic, definitive, world-famous Nonesuch Press edition of 1937, finally available again and bound in leather and linen. The text in these stunning volumes is taken from the 1867 Chapman and Hall edition, which became known as the Charles Dickens edition and was the last edition to be corrected by the author himself. The Nonesuch edition contains full-color illustrations selected by Dickens himself, by artists including Hablot Knight Browne ("Phiz"), George Cruikshank, John Leech, Robert Seymour, and George Cattermole.
The Nonesuch Dickens reproduces the original elegance of these beautiful editions. Books are printed on natural cream-shade high quality stock, quarter bound in bonded leather with cloth sides, include a ribbon marker, and feature special printed endpapers. Each volume is wrapped in a protective, clear acetate jacket.
The books are available as individual volumes, or as sets. The six-volume set contains Oliver Twist, Bleak House, Christmas Books, Nicholas Nickleby, David Copperfield, and Great Expectations together with Hard Times. The three-volume set contains A Tale of Two Cities, Little Dorrit, and The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit.
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness...."
The most famous and possibly the most popular of Dickens's novels, "A Tale of Two Cities shows a master of dramatic narrative extracting gold from the ore of history. If the bloody tableau of the French Revolution were not in itself sufficient for a dozen novels, Dickens added to it a professional resurrectionist, an authentic ogress, and an antihero as convincingly flawed as any in modern literature. Here, too, are all of Dickens's recurring themes -- imprisonment, injustice, and cataclysmic violence, resurrection and the renunciation that makes renewal possible.
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Book Description Prestwick House, Inc., 2006. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: Brand New. 109 pages. 10.80x8.80x0.30 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1580492703