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If, when you are asked to explain what the author means by a particular sentence, all you can do is repeat his very words, with some minor alterations in their order, you had better suspect that you do not know what he means. Ideally, you should be able to say the same thing in totally different words. The idea can, of course, be approximated in varying degrees. But if you cannot get away at all from the author’s words, it shows that only words have passed from him to you, not thought or knowledge
How to Read a Book
Welcome to TVO's Reading Task Group Page! ----
offers 20 popular high schools books in audio and ebook format. Free movies of some of the books are avaliable too.
April 29, 2011 --
minute-long video recaps of classics
; not to be missed
I am THE BIGGEST fan of LE PETIT PRINCE -LITTLE PRINCE since I was six ! I like to use some stories from the book and its beautiful poem-like language in my classes. Here, you can find the English version online.
Let Le Petit meet your students,soon!
Betul MUTVER - A web site that I frequently use. It is full of nice readings ! Have a look :)
Another one! You can even choose the level you want.
Betül Mutver-// "
Reading skills learners need to succeed
Finding the main idea.
Understanding vocabulary in context.
Identifying true or false.
Identifying the writer’s opinion.
Understanding diagrams , labels , forms and signs.
Comparing and contrasting infromation.
Recognizing formal and informal language.
Finding main ideas and details.
Skimming and scanning.
Understanding difficult vocabulary.
Organizing / classifying information.
Using previous knowledge.
Understanding cause and effect.
Understanding online forums.
Cross scanning for details.
Understanding paragraph development.
Finding information from graphs and tables.
Understanding point of view.
help on how to format text
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