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Reading Comprehension

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    Emotional Versus Logical Appeal: Reading Comprehension Review Study Guide

    Practice exercises for this study guide can be found at: Emotional Versus Logical Appeal: Reading Comprehension Review Practice Exercises When a person wants to convince you of ...

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    Emotional Versus Logical Appeal: Reading Comprehension Review Practice Exercises

    Read the following study guide for a concept review: Emotional Versus Logical Appeal: Reading Comprehension Review Study Guide PRACTICE Decide whether each argument is an emotional or a ...

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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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    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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    Reading Comprehension Success Practice Test

    Reading Comprehension Success Practice Test This test consists of a series of reading passages with questions that follow to test your comprehension. Reading Passage 1 and Questions

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    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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    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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    Defining Vocabulary in Context Help

    Introduction to Defining Vocabulary in Context An active reader looks up unfamiliar words. But what if you don't have a dictionary? In a testing situation (or, for that matter, if you're reading on the bus), you almost certainly won't be able to look up words you ...

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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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    Reading Comprehension Strategies Practice Test

    Reading Comprehension Strategies Practice Test In order to solve a crime, a detective cannot just get the facts of the case, just discover the motive, just decipher difficult clues, or just distinguish between fact and opinion. ...

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