Falsehood and Fallacy: How to Think, Read, and Write in the Twenty-First Century by Bethany Kilcrease English | March 29th, 2021 | ISBN: 1487588615, 1487588623 | 200 pages | True EPUB | 1.80 MB
Falsehood and Fallacy shows students how to evaluate what they read in a digital age now that old institutional gatekeepers, such as the media or institutions of higher education, no longer hold a monopoly on disseminating knowledge. Short chapters cover the problems that exist as a result of the current flow of unmediated information, Fake News, and bad arguments, and demonstrate how to critically evaluate sources – particularly those that appear online.
Reading Fundamentals 4 (Quick Study Academic) by Expert Editions English | July 21st, 2010 | ISBN: 1423214439 | 4 pages | True PDF | 0.95 MB
Covers the elements of prose, which is text written in paragraphs (as opposed to poetry). Learning the difference between fiction and nonfiction is key to reading success for students in this grade range. Concise, easy-to-understand explanations are reinforced by clear, straightforward examples. Combination of table format and vivid graphic elements help make the rules fun to learn.
Reading Fundamentals 3 (Quick Study Academic) by Expert Editions English | July 21st, 2010 | ISBN: 1423214420 | 4 pages | True PDF | 0.85 MB
Covers the basics of reading comprehension skills and strategies, activities and techniques that can help improve students’ ability to understand what they read. Understanding context is key to reading success. Concise, easy-to-understand explanations are reinforced by clear, straightforward examples. Each activity/technique shows what it is, how to use it and why it’s important. Vivid graphic elements help make the activities/techniques fun to do and learn.
Reading Fundamentals 1 (Quick Study Academic) by Expert Editions English | July 21st, 2010 | ISBN: 1423214404 | 4 pages | True PDF | 0.84 MB
Covers the basics of vocabulary, the words that make up a language and help people communicate, listen, speak, write and read more clearly. Concise, easy-to-understand explanations are reinforced by clear, straightforward examples. Vivid graphic elements help make the rules fun to learn.
Pourquoi lire : 13 bonnes raisons (au moins) de Jürgen Habermas, Eva Illouz, Hartmut Rosa, Annie Ernaux, Frédéric Joly, Philippe Garnier, Oliver Nachtwey, Nicolas Mahler, Esther Kinsky, Sibylle Lewitscharoff, Katja Petrowskaya, Clemens J. Setz, Joëlle Zask, edited by Katharina Raabe, Frank Wegner, Amélié Petit Français | 21 janvier 2021 | ISBN: 2850610631 | True EPUB | 229 pages | 9 MB