Adventures in Reading is a three-book high-interest reading series for secondary and non-credit commjnity college ESL student. The series is designed to promote their reading comprehension and vocabulary skills-to help these students achieve acaademic and social success. Features: Adventue-based reading passages profile exciting adventures like biking down a volcano in Hawaii, running the Boston Marathon, and discovering an underground city in Australia. Picture dictionary approach to vocabulary building prepares students to effectively tackle new readings. Reading Comprehension tasks presented in standardized testing formats prepare students for success in a variety of standardized tests. Critical reading skills like making inferences, identifying cause and effect, and many others are taught and recycled. Cooperative learning tasks with graphic organizers promote the development of critical thinking skills. Internet search activities encourage students to further explore each topic. Components per Level .Student Book (indluces Scope and Sequence and Skills index) .teacher's Manual (with answer key, chapter quizzes, and vocabulary activities .Audiocassette with recordings of all readings .Audio CD with recordings of all readings For the second book in the series, McGraw-Hill/Contemporary's Adventures In Reading, please refer to ISBN #0-07-254604-2. For the third book in the series, McGraw-Hill/Contemporary's Adventures In Reading, please refer to ISBN #0-07-254607-7.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Europe, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Open Books is a nonprofit social venture that operates two extraordinary bookstores, provides community programs, and mobilizes passionate volunteers to promote literacy in Chicago and beyond. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000033205