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The Glencoe Reader Course 7 (British Literature) Workbook

 
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CAVEAT: The quality of the scan is suboptimal, ie, the pdfs look slightly blurry and unclean in places, but the complete content is readable.

The Glencoe Reader is a special kind of book - one you can actually interact with and make your own. Go ahead. Circle, underline, or highlight parts of a selection that grab your attention or that are hard to understand. Jot down words you want to remember. Fill the margins with your own thoughts and questions. You can mark up this reader in a way that works for you - a way that helps you understand and remember what you read.


This reader-cum-workbook has been put together for US high school students, but should also prove useful in an ESL/EFL environment, where the focus is on reading, understanding, and working with different types of British-English texts.

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CONTENTS

To Students and Parents
How to Use This Book
The What, Why, and How of Reading

PART I
Fiction, Poetry, and Drama

Reading Short Stories
James Joyce: Araby
Visualize; Infer; Setting; Understanding Words Used In Unfamiliar Ways
Katherine Mansfield: A Cup of Tea
Respond; Draw Conclusions; Character; Understanding Author's Style
Elizabeth Bowen: The Demon Lover
Predict; Infer; Suspense; Understanding Complicated Sentences
Doris Lessing: A Mild Attack of Locusts
Visualize; Draw Conclusions; Imagery; Reading Dialogue
 
Reading Poetry
Geoffrey Chaucer: from The Canterbury Tales and from The Pardoner's Tale
Question; Evaluate; Reading Side Notes
John Donne: Death Be Not Proud
Monitor Comprehension; Understanding Old-Fashioned Language
Percy Bysshe Shelley: Ozymandias
Visualize; Irony; Using Footnotes and Definitions

Reading Drama
William Shakespeare from The Tragedy of Macbeth (act 1, scenes 1 – 2)
Clarify; Draw Conclusions; Atmosphere; Reading Stage Directions
 
Reading Epics and Legends
from Beowulf (translated by Burton Raffel): The Coming of Beowulf
Summarize; Analyze; Epic Hero; Reading Lines of Poetry

Reading Novels

PART II
Non-fiction and Informational Text

Reading Literary Non-fiction
Jonathan Swift: A Modest Proposal
Monitor Comprehension; Interpret Satire; Understanding the Writer's Style
Samuel Pepys: from The Diary of Samuel Pepys
Identify Sequence; Infer; Diary; Understanding Long Sentences
Winston Churchill: Be Ye Men of Valor
Monitor Comprehension; Infer; Persuasion; Understanding Dashes

Reading Mass Media
from inTIME magazine: Britain's Eden
Summarize; Main Idea; Author's Craft; Reading Conversational Style
from USA TODAY: Teen at wheel makes driving doubly deadly
Connect; Evaluate; Reading Sidebars; Understanding Facts and Statistics

Reading Functional Documents
Technical Document: Recipe
Sequence; Understanding Abbreviations
Workplace Document: Memo
Skim; Author's Purpose
Consumer Document: Nutrition Facts Panel
Scan; Text Features
Map: Road Map with Driving Directions
Scan; Text Features
 
Standardized Tests

Reading Standardized Tests
Reading Test: Type 1 - Clarify; Main Idea; Reading Figurative Language
Reading Test: Type 2 - Predict; Infer; Reading for Key Words
English/Language Arts Tests
Connect; Evaluate; Defining Unfamiliar Words
Writing Prompts
Predict; Analyze; Understanding Text Features




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