Free eBook Breaking Through: College Reading (with MyReadingLab) (8th Edition) (Smith Developmental Reading) download
by Brenda D. Smith
Author: Brenda D. Smith
Publisher: Longman; 8 edition (December 10, 2006)
Subcategory: Words Language and Grammar
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Brenda D. Smith, Professor Emeritus at Georgia State University, has more than 30 years of teaching .
Brenda D. Smith, Professor Emeritus at Georgia State University, has more than 30 years of teaching experience. Her books have helped more than 100,000 students become better readers. Awarded with the "Outstanding Article in the Journal of Developmental Education" by the National Association of Developmental Educators two years in a row, and named "Distinguished Alumni Professor" by the Georgia State University Alumni Association, Dr. Smith continues to be recognized for her contributions to the field of reading skills. Smith, San Jacinto College. A complete textbook chapter-The full chapter reinforces Brenda Smith’s commitment to basing skill instruction on college material and permits deeper analysis of actual course material. New Interpret the Quote feature-To further support the critical thinking emphasis in the book, each reading selection begins with a quote tied to the selection. After reading the selection, students would be asked to interpret the quote based on their reading and comprehension of the selection.
This is a brand new book at a great price. Publication Year 2007.
This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Brenda D Smith.
Chapter 5: Supporting Details and Organizational Patterns. Breaking Through: College Reading, 8/e by Brenda Smith. Details develop, explain, and prove the main idea
Chapter 5: Supporting Details and Organizational Patterns. Details develop, explain, and prove the main idea. Details are facts, descriptions, and reasons that make the material interesting . Download Presentation.
The use of actual college textbook passages offers immediate modeling and application of study and reading skills at a realistic level.
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Reading skills at (approximately) the 6th-9 th grade levels. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
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Breaking Through provides instruction and practice on the reading and study skills necessary for successful independent college learning. The sole use of college textbook passages and academic sources offers realistic, immediate practice and application of college reading skills. Students apply the skill being taught to reading short textbook passages and then go on to use multiple skills on the longer selections that conclude most chapters.
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The majority of reading selections are drawn from college textbooks used in most freshman-level courses while the rest are pulled from varying academic sources. Tiered reading selections at the end of each chapter readings are at three different reading levels. 14 longer textbook selections, two reading case books, complete textbook chapter Four-color design “Reader's Tips” boxes condense advice for students into practical hints for quick references. “Interpret the Quote” feature strengthens the critical thinking element of the text.
Instructors teaching courses at the 6th-9th reading level who prefer to teach college reading skills with freshman-level textbook pieces and a wealth of skill exercises.