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CONNECT: COLLEGE READING motivates students to improve their reading comprehension by focusing on what they already know. This success-driven strategy empowers students to identify and draw on their strengths no matter what their learning style may be--in fact, visually and aurally oriented students are uniquely supported through an online Resource Center featuring a range of interactive learning opportunities.
Table of Contents
|Plan for Success: A Course Preview|
|Reading to Succeed|
|Exploring the Reading Process|
|Developing Your Vocabulary|
|Reading to Understand|
|Understanding Paragraph Structure|
|Recognizing Patterns of Organization|
|Identifying Implied Main Ideas|
|Reading and Studying College Textbooks|
|Reading and Taking Notes on Textbook Chapters|
|Using and Integrating Visual Information|
|Distinguishing Fact and Opinion|
|Analyzing the Author's Tone|
|Evaluating the Author's Reasoning and Evidence|
|Applying Your Critical Reading Skills Online|
|Appendix: A Guide to Reading Novels|
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