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Reading Power 2 Student Book

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780138143886

ISBN10:
0138143889
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/2/2009
Publisher(s):
Pearson Education ESL
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Summary

Reading Power 2is a new and updated edition of the successful student-centered reading skills textbook Reading Power. Its unique structure, featuring four parts to be used concurrently, allows low-intermediate-level students (with a 600-word vocabulary) to develop the multiple sills and strategies involved in the reading process. #xA0; Overview Extensive Readinghelps students to build reading fluency, broaden knowledge of vocabulary and collocation, and gain confidence. Vocabulary Buildingoffers strategies for independent vocabulary learning such as dictionary work, guessing meaning from context, and learning how words work in sentences. Comprehension Skillsteaches reading skills such as recognizing words and phrases, scanning for information, and making inferences. Reading Fasterbuilds awareness of reading speed, provides strategies and exercises for increasing speed, and offers charts for tracking progress. New to the Fourth Edition An updated Extensive Reading sectionwith a unit on fiction and non-fiction reading, more activities for evaluating student progress, and a revised suggested reading list Enhanced vocabulary featuresincluding new "Focus on Vocabulary" exercises and an expanded Vocabulary Building section There is also a Teacher Guide with Answer Key and a Test Booklet for Reading Power 2. #xA0; The Reading Powerseries also includes: Basic Reading Power 1(Third Edition): Beginning Reading Power 2(4th Edition): Intermediate More Reading Power 3:High-Intermediate Advanced Reading Power 4:Advanced #xA0;

Author Biography

 

Linda Jeffries holds a master's degree in TESOL from Boston University. She has taught reading, writing ans ESL/EFL at Boston College, Boston University, the Harvard University Summer ESL Program, the University of Opole, Poland, and the University of Bologna, Italy. She lives in Italy, near Bologna, and teaches academic reading and writing at the University of Modena.

 

Bea Mikulecky holds a master's degree in TESOL and a doctorate in Applied Psycholinguistics from Boston University. In addition to teaching reading, writing, and ESL, she has worked as a teacher trainer in the Harvard University Summer ESL Program, in the Simmons College MATESL Program, and in Moscow, Russia. She is the author of A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills.

Table of Contents

 

Part 1    Extensive Reading

    Introduction

    Unit 1: New Vocabulary in Your Reading

    Unit 2: Fiction and Nonfiction

    Unit 3: Books

 

Part 2    Vocabulary Building

    Unit 1: Guidelines for Learning Vocabulary

    Unit 2: Learning New Words from Your Reading

    Unit 3: Guessing Meaning from Context

    Unit 4: Word Parts

    Unit 5: How Words Are Used Together

    Unit 6: How Words Work in Sentences  

 

Part 3    Comprehension Skills

    Introduction

    Unit 1: Previewing

    Unit 2: Scanning

    Unit 3: Making Inferences

    Unit 4: Focusing on the Topic

    Unit 5: Understanding Paragraphs

    Unit 6: Identifying the Pattern

    Unit 7: Thinking in English

 

Part 4    Reading Faster

    Introduction

    Unit 1: The White Woman of the Genesee

    Unit 2: Two Popular Authors

    Unit 3: Popular Health and Psychology



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