What’s the Point? Book One: Beginning to Read for Meaning. Answer Key, pages 1-64
Who It’s For: (Self) Teachers of the Material in an 8-Section, 158-page Reading for Meaning (Types & Skills) Text; Learners That Benefit from Correction, Suggestion, Comparison of Reactions, & Further-Research Triggers
Why You Need It: Most printed Answer Keys make for rather dull reading or referencing. Not this one. Heavily illustrated in color, its 64 pages—corresponding to the 158-page text, What’s the Point? Book One: Beginning to Read for Meaning, provide plenty of feasible learning material on their own. That’s because they display (reduced-sized) replicas of some text material and most visuals. So not only is the Key a comprehensive (accessible / reproducible) resource that streamlines instruction so instructors can give individual help. Beyond confirming “the right answers,” it also offers profuse “texting” that contributes additional material, coaching, and/or stimuli. And if you use the onscreen version, you can easily enlarge images to analyzable size.
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