Test-Prep Your IQ with the Essentials of Film

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Peterson's, 2003 - Performing Arts - 256 pages
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An effective way to get students to learn is to make them feel as if they're not being taught. This brand-new series is designed to make those countless hours students spend preparing for tests fun and enjoyable. Each volume combines test-taking strategy and instruction with engaging facts and tidbits on a specific topic, all in an effort to help students score higher on the SAT and other standardized tests. Great for trivia buffs, too! Features include:
-- Fifteen 50-question subject-specific tests with fun trivia-type questions
-- Practice questions that increase in difficulty to mimic the format of SAT-type questions
-- Test-taking tips and strategies
-- Techniques for taking timed tests

From Westerns to tearjerkers, blockbusters to megaflops, this volume speaks to the moviegoer in every student. Practice questions touch on actors, directors, plot twists, and more. Readers build solid test-taking skills without even realizing it.

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David Alan Herzog is the author of numerous mathematics books and more than 100 educational software programs. He taught math education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, was mathematics coordinator for New Jersey's Rockaway Township public schools, and taught in the New York City public school system.

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