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Title: Passages 1, second edition, student book, Author: Efraín Leota, Name: You've already learned the basics and have progressed to the high-intermediate level. . Choosing the best topic sentence • Writing a paragraph giving advice on When her cell phone rings, she looks at you and says insincerely, 'Oh, sorry. ter Oaeraiew Each chapter in Select Read,ings includes the eight sections described below Suggested Matura Explorer Pre-intermediate Student s book. Select Readings books for Kids by Oxford Download for free American English Select Readings also helps students prepare for exams, with the new Testing Tests · Select Readings Second Edition Pre-Intermediate Students Book · Select .


Select Ings Intermediate Student Book

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A second activity in the Before You Read, section invites students to practice pre- reading skills such as skimming and scanning. Effective readers use these pre-reading skills regularly to get an initial feel for the content and organization of the reading passage. Explain that activating prior knowledge will help them to better comprehend the reading passage.

Reading Passage 60 to 75 minutes In general, the readings become increasingly longer and more complex as the chapters progress.

To help students successfully tackle each passage we have provided the following support tools: Vocabularg glosses. Challenging words and expressions are glossed throughout the readings. In most cases, we have glossed chunks of words e.

This approach helps students develop a better sense of how important context is to understanding the meaning of new words.

Culture and Languoge Notes, On pages , students will find explanations for cultural references and language usage that appear in blue type in the readings. Notes are provided on a wide range of topics from scientific information such as NASA, to geographical references such as the former U.

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For easy reference, every fifth line of each reading passage is numbered. Recorded reading pdssa,ges. By the fourth day, Gardner was hallucinating.

For example, when he saw a street sign, he thought it was a person. He also imagined he was a famous football player.

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He also had trouble remembering things. By the eleventh day, Gardner couldn't pass a counting test. He couldn't 20 remember what he was doing.

When Gardner finally went to bed, he slept for 14 hours and 45 minutes. The second night he slept for twelve hours, the third night he slept for ten and one-half hours, and by the fourth night, he had returned to his normal sleep schedule.

They say that people should not repeat Randy's experiment. Tests on white rats have shown how serious sleeplessness can be. After a few weeks without sleep, the rats started Culture and losing fur.

Eventually,6 the rats died. She went hours without sleep in That's 18 days and 17 hours! But why? What is the purpose of sleep?

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Surprisingly, scientists don't know for sure. Sleep researchers now know, however, that our brains are very active when we sleep. Some scientists think we sleep in order 40 to replenish8 brain cells. Other scientists think that sleep helps the body to grow and relieve stress.

In Stage 1, we fall asleep.

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We sleep lightly in Stage 2. We have deep, or sound, sleep in Stages 3 and 4. This is the time when we dream. These stages last about one and one-half hours. Select Readings offers three levels of high-interest reading passages from authentic sources. Read more Read less. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Select Readings: Student Book Pre-Intermediate. Linda Lee. Student Book Intermediate.

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It's easy to get around Sydney. I each item below that you can infer from the passage. Tell your partner about something that you: 1 will never forget doing. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Is there intelligent life on other planets?

I know what she looks like, but I've never met her. Some people think that you can understand a lot about a person by his or her favorite color. Other scientists think that sleep helps the body to grow and relieve stress. Reading Passage 60 to 75 minutes In general, the readings become increasingly longer and more complex as the chapters progress.