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Content Reading

by Continental Press Staff
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Release Date: 2005-01
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Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Build comprehension skills while reinforcing science topics with Content Reading: Science. This book covers important curriculum-related topics and concepts for seventh-grade students. The following comprehension skills are tested in every lesson: recalling an important fact or detail from the passage, recognizing the main idea of a single paragraph or entire article, making an inference or forming a conclusion based on the materials, identifying sequence, defining vocabulary in context, and distinguishing between fact and opinion or recognizing cause and effect. This book is written on a seventh-grade level but can be used with struggling students in eighth grade through early high school.
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