Table of contents for Advanced reading power : extensive reading, vocabulary building, comprehension skills, reading faster / Beatrice S. Mikulecky, Linda Jeffries.

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Contents
Introduction								XX
Part 1: Extensive Reading						XX
Unit 1: Choosing a Book for Extensive Reading				XX
Unit 2: Suggested Books							XX
Unit 3: Reading and Discussing Non-Fiction					XX
Unit 4: Reading and Discussing Fiction					XX
Unit 5: Responding to and Reporting on Your Extensive Reading Books	XX
Part 2: Vocabulary Building						XX
Unit 1: Building a More Powerful Vocabulary: Five Strategies		XX
Unit 2: Learning New Words from Your Reading				XX
Unit 3: Inferring Meaning from Context					XX
Unit 4: Word Parts								XX
Unit 5: Collocations								XX
Part 3: Comprehension Skills						XX
Unit 1: Reading Fluently							XX
Unit 2: Making Inferences							XX
Unit 3: Topics and Main Ideas of Paragraphs					XX
Unit 4: Connecting Ideas in Paragraphs					XX
Unit 5: Patterns of Organization						XX
Unit 6: Reading Longer Passages Effectively				XX
Unit 7: Skimming								XX
Unit 8: Study Reading								XX
Unit 9: Summarizing								XX
Unit 10: Critical Reading							XX
Part 4: Reading Faster							XX
Unit 1: Learn to read faster: five strategies					XX
Unit 2: New Technology and Its Impact around the World			XX
Unit 3: People Who Have Made a Difference				XX
Unit 4: Inventions That Are Changing Our Lives				XX
Appendix 1: 2,000 Most Frequent Words					XX
Appendix 2: Academic Word List						XX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reading (Higher education).
College reading improvement programs.
Vocabulary -- Study and teaching.
Reading comprehension.