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Course Reserves (Text Books) for Dev. Reading
Course Reserves are often times text books & supplementary materials placed in the library by your instructor for your usage.
Note: Course Reserves are only available for in library use.
New Worlds by
Publication Date: 2003-03-24
New Worlds is an introductory college reading improvement text that applies the successful approach of the authors' Opening Doors, and Comprehending College Textbooks, and Janet Elder's Exercise Your College Reading Skills in a format designed to help lower-level developmental reading students succeed in college. This approach presents skills clearly, in a structured approach that emphasizes comprehension and provides thorough, on-going practice and application of the skills. This second edition includes fuller explanations, more practice exercises, ten new reading selections, expanded quizzes for all reading selections, and a wealth of new media support.
Ten Steps to Improving College Reading Skills by
Publication Date: 2008-01-02
Real Essays Interactive offers practical coverage of essay writing skills in a brief, interactive, and affordable format. The print component offers the essentials of Anker’s accessible writing instruction along with select exercises; additional exercises are available online in LearningCurve, adaptive, game-like quizzing that helps students focus on the material they most need help with. As with all books in the Anker series, Real Essays Interactive motivates students with its message that writing is an essential and achievable skill and encourages students to connect what they learn with their own goals and with the needs and expectations of the larger world.