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- Available Lessons: 35
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryIn this study guide is a comprehensive overview of concepts you could see on a test covering reading basics for educators. Enjoy access to fun lessons and accompanying quizzes that make it easy to refresh your knowledge of these reading concepts before taking your test.
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About This Course
This self-paced course is designed for busy teachers interested in quickly getting reacquainted with the basics of reading while preparing for a test. Chapters feature collections of bite-sized lessons that offer brief yet in-depth analyses of vocabulary, inferential reasoning and much more. Assessment options include multiple-choice quizzes and practice exams. After completing this course, you will have the knowledge to address topics that include the following on your test:
- How to find the main and supporting ideas in reading selections
- Ways to organize content in reading selections
- Basics of vocabulary in context
- How to evaluate arguments and ideas
- Generalization and inferential reasoning basics
Preparing for a test that covers reading basics for educators is simple using this course's study resources. Accessible 24/7 via any computer or mobile device, the lessons can be studied anytime during time frames and in Internet-enabled locations that you choose. Each lesson covers a different topic, helping you to focus on the specifics of paraphrasing, structure in writing, connotation and denotation, foreshadowing, how to evaluate reasoning and much more. Use our lesson quizzes, chapter exams and final exam to ensure you fully understand all concepts covered in this course. If you need to clarify any details presented in the lessons, be sure to submit them to our experts via the Dashboard.
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