- ISBN: 9780134064468 | 0134064461
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 1/21/2016
For courses in Developmental Reading.
An engaging, thematic journey that sparks academic curiosity
Read to Succeed: A Thematic Approach to Academic Reading builds students’ background knowledge by organizing around nine academic disciplines. The authors offer a wealth of readings, drawn from a variety of sources — everything from textbooks to blogs — giving students multiple opportunities to build reading skills through discussion, writing, and vocabulary building. Now in its Third Edition, Read to Succeed encourages users to become active readers through an exploration of contemporary themes.
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