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Six-way paragraphs : advanced level : 100 passages for developing the six essential categories of comprehension

Author: Walter Pauk
Publisher: Lincolnwood (Ill.) : Jamestown Publishers, cop. 2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : Secondary (senior high) school : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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"Six-Way Paragraphs," a three-level series, teaches the basic skills necessary for reading factual material through the use of the following six types of questions: subject matter, main idea,  Read more...

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Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Pauk
ISBN: 0844221236 9780844221236
OCLC Number: 440889549
Notes: Str. 203-207: Answer key.
Description: XX, 219 str. ; 26 cm.
Contents: The Paragraph To the Student To the Instructor Tulipmania Crack Shot Keeping a Promise Acrobatic Worms The Century Flower But It Tastes Good A Strange Naval Battle Count Dracula: Fact or Fiction? The Kingly Monarch Butterfly The Last Soldier Gruesome Plants Early Doctoring Practices A Fishy Story The Terra Cotta Army Another Look at Spiders An Ancient Disaster The First National Monument An Artistic Mystery A Well-Balanced Act Why Do They Do It? Thunderstorms Rats The Soccer War Bird or Mammal? A Wise Man King Tut's Tomb Nine Young Prisoners Are You a Good Detective? The Amazing Recovery A Blaze of Glory The Story of Storks A Natural Contract The Mad Emperor Dodgson's Dictionary Early African-American Cowboys Who's Superstitious? The Titanic's Sisters Victorious Crickets Life in the Deep Forced to Try Anything The World's Bloodiest Acre How Hollywood Went "Hollywood" Eyeglasses The Charge of O'Higgins's Brigade Stronger Than an Elephant Insects for Dinner The Exploits of Nellie Bly Just a Coincidence? Want to Buy the Brooklyn Bridge? A Greek to Remember The Story of the Hamburger What an Actor! A Mystery Solved Stylish Living? Hurricanes Maker of Great Violins A Mysterious Island An Ingenious Solution Funeral for a Fly The Telltale Beam Blowing Their Tops His Final Escape Making Money A Bitter Feud Champlain's Choice of Friends An Ancient Puzzle A Dinosaur Named Sue The Best Movie of Ali Beyond the Call of Duty Living Twice Queen of the Nile The World's Largest Diamond A Short History of Sitcoms The Deadly Nuisance Putting the Pieces Together Life on a Coral Reef Understanding Ebola The Greatly Feared Octopus Helping the Farm Worker The World's Longest Rivers Getting a Handle on Time Creating Those Shooting Stars Cold or Flu? Proving Fermat's Last Theorem The Graveyard of Elephants The Great Battle for Quebec A Universal Language Don't Fool Around with Camels! Disaster An Unusual Collaboration Inventions That Almost Didn't Happen The Master Forger Discovering a Treasure Worth Billions The Trail of Tears The Work of the WPA Ballooning Transportation or Competition? Life in a Biosphere Missing and Presumed Dead Hearing Hazards A Short Career Answer Key Diagnostic Chart Progress Graph
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