New worlds: an introduction to college reading

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McGraw Hill, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 661 pages
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"New Worlds" is an introductory college reading improvement text that applies the successful approach of the authors' "Opening Doors" and "Comprehending College Textbooks," and Janet Elder's "Exercise Your College Reading Skills," in a format designed to help lower-level developmental reading students succeed in college. This approach presents skills clearly, in a structured approach that emphasizes comprehension and provides thorough, on-going practice and application of the skills. This second edition includes fuller explanations, more practice exercises, ten new reading selections, expanded quizzes for all reading selections, and a wealth of new media support.

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