Summary: Academic Vocabulary is designed to accompany a reading book at the highest reading level. Readings cover academic subjects to prepare students for college. 4-color visual design, which links visual clues with words facilitates vocabulary acquisition. Interactive exercises give readers an opportunity to play with words and put them into personal contexts to facilitate learning. Each progressive reading uses previously presented vocabulary words in a new context giving
readers numerous contact with new words. Flashcards are located at the end of the book for practice. For anyone interested in developing their vocabulary at the highest reading level.
Summary: Academic Vocabulary is designed to accompany a reading book at the highest reading level. Readings cover academic subjects to prepare students for college. 4-color visual design, which links visual clues with words facilitates vocabulary acquisition. Interactive exercises give readers an opportunity to play with words and put them into personal contexts to facilitate learning. Each progressive reading uses previously presented vocabulary words in a new context giving readers numerous contact with new words. Flashcards are located at the end of the book for practice. For anyone interested in developing their vocabulary at the highest reading level. ...show less
Edition/Copyright:02 Cover: Publisher:Longman, Inc. Year Published: 2002 International: No
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Preface. Getting Started. 1. Film: The Back of the Box. 2. Music: A Night at the Opera. 3. Marketing: The High in the Sky Ad Campaign. 4. United States History: The Mayflower Leaves from Plymouth. 5. Chemistry: From Ancient to Modern Times. 6. Sociology: Greetings All. 7. Word Parts I. 8. Review: Focus on Chapters 1-7. 9. Composition: The Research Paper. 10. Theatre: The Collaboration. 11. Economics: Planning for the Future. 12. World History: The Temples of Angkor. 13. Geography: Adventure Journals. 14. Speech: Tips for Any Occasion. 15. World Part II. 16. Review: Focus on Chapters 9-15. 17. Literature: Interviews with the Dead. 18. Art History: The European Gallery. 19. Public Administration: Planning Takes Work. 20. Foreign Languages: A Letter from Europe. 21. Biology: A Walk in the Woods. 22. Medicine: A Health Dose of News. 23. Word Parts III. 24. Review: Focus on Chapters 17-22. 25. Linguistics: Language Changes. 26. Political Science: Governmental Systems. 27. Mathematics: More Than Numbers. 28. Anthropology: Societies and Customs. 29. Geology: Our Earth. 30. Education: Ways of Learning. 31. Computers: Technology Today. 32. Review: Focus on Chapters 25-31.
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