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EAP Reading - Introduction Skimming to get an overall impression. Skimming is useful when you want to survey a text to get a general idea of what it is about. In skimming you ignore the details and look for the main ideas. Main ideas are usually found in the first sentences of each paragraph and in the first and last paragraphs. Exploring Nature Science Education Resource Exploring Nature Usage Rules With a personal subscription ($25), the site is available to you on your digital devices. You may print out resources to duplicate and use in your classroom, but cannot share your login with students, other educators, or schools. With a school subscription ($100), the site can be shared with all the educators and students in your school building - as many as 30 school computers can access the site at the same time. With IP Authorization, no login will be needed.
Exhibition For generations upon generations, we have lived on and learned to use soils. Soils sustain our world. We size up soils every day. Why? Because we care about clean water and clean air, fresh tomatoes and fine wine, dams and dry basements, subway tunnels and superhighways, fields and forests, wildlife and weather. Summarizing: Advice & Tips for Teachers (Grades 1-6) Page 1 of 2 What Is It? To summarize is to put in your own words a shortened version of written or spoken material, stating the main points and leaving out everything that is not essential. Summarizing is more than retelling; it involves analyzing information, distinguishing important from unimportant elements and translating large chunks of information into a few short cohesive sentences. Fiction and nonfiction texts, media, conversations, meetings, and events can all be summarized.
Sign In - Teach Your Monster to Read Why is the computer version free? The game has been funded by the Usborne Foundation, a charity set up to support initiatives to develop early literacy. Our mission is to help as many children learn to read as possible. Crash Course - Astronomy Meteors: Crash Course Astronomy #23 The Oort Cloud: Crash Course Astronomy #22 Comets: Crash Course Astronomy #21 Asteroids: Crash Course Astronomy #20 Uranus & Neptune: Crash Course Astronomy #19 Saturn: Crash Course Astronomy #18 reading_skills_home These new health and wellness stories were funded by the National Head Start Family Literacy Center/Sonoma State University This project was designed to create leveled reading selections that are appropriate for and valued by adult learners. These materials, combined with the research-proven strategies of repeated reading and guided oral reading, aid in building learners' fluency and comprehension skills. The materials correspond to Casas 200 - 235. This project helps adults become better readers and more informed consumers, parents, employees, citizens and community members. The focus of these reading selections will be on topics such us: Civics, Employment, Housing, Health, School, Money, and Government.