Practical Reading: Processing Information

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Prentice Hall, Nov 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 297 pages
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This collection of readings enables users to learn by developing and applying active reading strategies and critical thinking skills. Designed to teach reluctant readers and adult readers the major reading skills along with practical strategies they can use to help them gain confidence, the text employs an experiential, holistic learning methodology that emphasizes doing as well as reading concepts with information processing techniques. The author provides reading essentials and processes and explains the basics of word processing, text processing including relating the facts and connecting with the author, plus nearly two dozen applied readings entries. For reluctant and/or adult readers interested in a comprehensive approach to mastering reading skills.

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