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    5.1 Synergy: When a plan comes Together

    5.2 Literacy Strength: Watch for fallacies!

    5.3 Critical Analysis of Nonfiction

    5.4 Analysis of Literature: a Primer of Literary Devices

     

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    howardzinn.org. About > Biography. 2016. 31 8 2016. <http://howardzinn.org/about/biography/>.

    Marzano, R.J. "The Art and Science of Teaching / Summarizing to Comprehend." Educational Leadership 67 Reading to Learn.6 (2010): 83-84. Electronic. 23 August 2016. <http://www .ascd.org/publications/educational- leadership/mar10/vol67/num06/Summarizing-to-Comprehend.aspx>.

    Q. He, G. Xue, C. Chen, C. Chen, Z.-L. Lu, Q. Dong. "Decoding the Neuroanatomical Basis of Reading Ability: A Multivoxel Morphometric Study." Journal of Neuroscience (2013): 33. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/08/130805133711.htm>. 23 August 2016.

    Quian, David D. "Assessing the Roles of Depth and Breadth of Vocabulary Knowledge in Reading Comprehension." Canadian Modern Language Review 56.2 (1999): 282. Print.

    University of Michigan. News Bias Explored: The Art of Reading the News. n.d. electronic. 31 8 2016. <http://umich.edu/~newsbias/omissions.html>.

    Weaver, Richard L. "What Words Can and Cannot Do." Weaver, Richard L. Understanding Interpersonal Communication. New York: Harper, Collins, Rollins, 1993. eBook.

     

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