9780134179216

Making Reading Relevant The Art of Connecting

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  • ISBN13:

    9780134179216

  • ISBN10:

    0134179218

  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-01-19
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

For courses in Introductory Reading, Intermediate Reading, and Developmental Reading.

 

A flexible reading text that helps you become better, more efficient readers by applying skills to real sources

 

Now in its 4th Edition Making Reading Relevant  is a brief, intermediate-level reading text that manages to address all of the topics and issues needed to conduct productive and meaningful courses in developmental reading. The authors designed  Making Reading Relevant  to be flexible: it may be used as the primary textbook for a course, or as a reference tool to supplement the use of outside reading materials and primary sources. Overall, the authors stress the application of reading strategies, using primary reading sources as the basis of the content, so that you learn to become a better, more efficient reader–not by just reading about how to read, but by applying skills to reading real sources. The 4th Edition includes chapter updates, along with new examples, readings, and updated vocabulary resources.

 

Also available with MyLab Reading
MyLab™ Reading is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to engage students and improve results. In an ideal world, an instructor would work with each student to help improve writing skills with consistent challenges and rewards. Without that luxury, MyLab Reading offers a way to keep students focused and accelerate their progress using comprehensive pre-assignments and a powerful, adaptive study plan.


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Author Biography

Teri Quick retired in 2014 after a 40-year career in education. She started out as a first grade teacher, then became a reading specialist, then spent the last 30 years of her career at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska teaching reading and serving as the Coordinator of Faculty Development. Reading has always been her passion, and she co-authored Making Reading Relevant in order to provide a textbook that would help students become better readers. She loved using the textbook with her students because she could see how well the premise of the book worked—teach the basic reading skills, and then have students practice using them by providing interesting and relevant reading materials. When students are excited about what they’re reading they become better readers!

 

Teri was a long-time member of the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and served as the President of her local chapter. She also belonged to the National Association for Developmental Education (NADE), and has presented numerous times at conferences for both organizations.


She now resides in Florida with her husband, and she enjoys many activities, but she still loves helping people learn how to read better by being a volunteer reading tutor.

Table of Contents

1. Vocabulary Strategies

2. Basic Comprehension Strategies

3. Textbook Strategies

4. Critical Reading Strategies

5. Figurative Language Strategies

6. Patterns of Organization Strategies

7. Visual Literacy Strategies

8. Information Literacy Strategies

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