Author: Elaine Kirn
Suitable for: Secondary Students, Young Adults, Adults. independent learners, and Home School students. Instructors and Tutors. For English improvement, ESL, EFL, Literacy, WIOA, Career and College, and Corrections Institutions.
What It Is: A 12 page WorkText Leson titled "The point of Factual information in photographs." Factual information usually appears in paragraphs.
Why You Need It: Often, paragraphs in textbooks, in articles, and on the Internet get right to the point. They might tell the “main idea” in one or two general sentences. Then there are “supporting details”— examples, explanatory sentences, specific facts, and other “smaller” ideas. These supporting details are supposed to explain the intended messages, making the point(s) of each paragraph clear and useful.
What You'll Do: After an Intro to “Factual info to Photographs,” you and your learners will delight in an abundance of colorful visuals and language material that will inspire you to "getting the point" of
- Topics, Main Ideas, & Details • Main-Idea Questions & Answers
- • FINAL TESTS: READING INFORMATION AND SKILLS
How will you build the skills in your mastery of these (and other) types of reading? By following steps entitled "Previewing," "Reading about Reading," Reading & Understanding," and "Reading Outside the Text.
You'll be working hard on your reading, so let your reading skills work for you!