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Comprehension: Main Points

Get reading comprehension study help for finding main points. Reading study guides and exercises will help you review finding and summarizing main points.

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  • 11.

    Finding the Main Idea: Reading Comprehension Review Practice Exercises

    Read the following study guide for a concept review: Finding the Main Idea: Reading Comprehension Review Study Guide PRACTICE Identify whether the following statements are a subject or a main ...

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    Meaning in Literature: Reading Comprehension Review Study Guide

    Practice exercises for this study guide can be found at: Meaning in Literature: Reading Comprehension Review Practice Exercises When it comes to literature, the features of writing that we've ...

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  • 13.

    Meaning in Literature: Reading Comprehension Review Practice Exercises

    Read the following study guide for a concept review: Meaning in Literature: Reading Comprehension Review Study Guide PRACTICE Read the poem "A Man Said to the Universe" by Stephen Crane, and ...

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  • 14.

    Reading for Essential Information Help

    Reading For Essential Information The first step in increasing your reading comprehension is to learn how to get the basic information. Like a good detective, start with the basic facts. To get the facts, be an active reader and look for clues as you read.

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  • 15.

    Reading and Finding The Main Idea Help

    Introduction to Finding the Main Idea Just as there's a motive behind every crime, there's also a motive behind every piece of writing. All writing is communication. A writer writes to convey his or her thoughts to an audience, the reader: you. Just ...

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    Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion Help

    Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion What's the difference between fact and opinion, and what does it matter, anyway? It matters a great deal, especially when it comes to reading comprehension. During your life, ...

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    Finding The Implied Main Idea Help

    Introduction to Finding the Implied Main Idea Oh, the power of suggestion. Advertisers know it well—and so do writers. They know that they can get an idea across to their readers without directly saying it. Instead of providing a topic ...

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  • 18.

    Assuming Causes and Predicting Effects Help

    Introduction to Causes Have you ever regretted just "telling it like it is"? Many times, you can't come right out and say what you'd like, but like writers, you can get your ideas across through implication or inference.

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  • 19.

    Becoming an Active Reader Study Guide

    Practice exercises for this study guide can be found at: Becoming an Active Reader Practice Exercises LESSON SUMMARY The most ...

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  • 20.

    Becoming an Active Reader Practice Exercises

    Read the following study guide for a concept review: Becoming an Active Reader Study Guide Exercise 1 Just to test yourself, skim ahead through Lesson 2. Look at the summaries, headings, and other reading ...

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