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McGraw-Hill's GED Language Arts, Reading

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ISBN-10: 0071407103

ISBN-13: 9780071407106

Edition: 2003

Authors: John Reier

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Contains a comprehensive study of all types of literature addressed in the 2002 GED exam, plus a new section on business-related documents. Announcing the ultimate GED test review series For the nearly one million North Americans who take the GED exam every year, readiness is a key ingredient for success. McGraw-Hill's GED Test series, which reflects the new 2002 test guidelines, is dedicated to preparing students to pass each of the five GED subject exams. This focused format allows students to pretest for strengths and weaknesses in a given subject, thoroughly review core content areas, and finally check their exam-readiness with a full-length posttest in GED format. A complete answer…    
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Book details

List price: $17.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 9/23/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.848

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To the Student
Language Arts, Reading Pretest
Pretest Answer Key
Pretest Evaluation Chart
Critical Thinking Skills in Language Arts, Reading
Identifying the Main Idea
Recognizing Supporting Details
Understanding a Word in Context
Chapter Review
Making Applications
Chapter Review
Making Inferences
Interpreting Figurative Language
Chapter Review
Interpreting How a Passage Is Organized
Interpreting the Overall Tone, Point of View, or Purpose of a Passage
Linking Elements of a Passage
Integrating Information from Outside a Passage with Information from Within the Passage
Chapter Review
Understanding Language Arts, Reading
Nonfiction Prose
Reading to Understand Nonfiction
Informational Nonfiction
Business-related Documents
Literary Nonfiction
Visual Communication
Chapter Review
Prose Fiction
Point of View
Figurative Language
Chapter Review
Characteristics of Poetry
Suggestions for Reading Poetry
Understanding the Language of Poetry
Figurative Language
The Subjects of Poetry
Chapter Review
Comparing Drama and Prose
Recognizing the Parts of a Script
Story Elements of Drama
Characters: Performers of Drama
Reading a Complete Scene from a Play
Chapter Review
Language Arts, Reading Posttest
Posttest Answer Key
Posttest Evaluation Chart
Language Arts, Reading Practice Test
Practice Test Answer Key
Practice Test Evaluation Chart
Answer Key