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By Joanna Baker, Heather Westrup

This booklet presents a hugely useful and available consultant to educating English as a moment language. it's a accomplished consultant to lesson making plans and checking out, overlaying all 4 modes of language (reading, listening, conversing, and writing) and the educating of grammar and vocabulary. With a specific emphasis at the problem of training huge sessions, the authors supply suggestion on tools and assets that would make periods either extra stress-free and more beneficial for lecturers and scholars alike.

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Discuss lingering questions with other readers. Ask yourself . . What is the writer’s point here? Why is the writer giving me these facts? What does this point have to do with the writer’s main idea? 26 ACTIVE READING VISUALIZE Note details the writer provides, and use them to form mental images. Think about the physical appearance of people, places, and objects. In your mind, picture events, the steps in a process, or the way something works. Ask yourself . . What does this person or scene look like?

8. ” Vocabulary morose (mə r¯os ) adj. bad-tempered, gloomy, and withdrawn 14 ACTIVE READING Flannery O’Connor white dress. Lucynell looked straight at her and didn’t seem to see her there at all. Mr. Shiftlet eased the car forward so that she had to move her hands. The early afternoon was clear and open and surrounded by pale blue sky. Although the car would go only thirty miles an hour, Mr. Shiftlet imagined a terrific climb and dip and swerve that went entirely to his head so that he forgot his morning bitterness.

20 Active Reading Model: The Fish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 NONFICTION Toni Morrison Active Reading Strategies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Active Reading Model: Thoughts on the African-American Novel . . . . . . 29 ACTIVE READING 3 Active Reading Model Fiction Think of an experience—a sports event, a movie, or maybe a special concert—during which you completely forgot your surroundings or the passage of time.

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