[The book] provides [the reader] with a step-by-step reading method. [She] will learn how to state the main idea and details of an article in [her] own words and how to develop a summary. [Her] summary then becomes a measure of how much [she] understand[s] of what [she] read. [She] is also given the opportunity to qrespondq to the author, that is, to write [her] personal reaction to the author's ideas. By summarizing what [she has] read and responding to it, [she] become[s] a better reader ... The articles in [the book] were chosen-primarily by students-from popular magazines and newspapers ... these non-fiction articles represent a wide variety of styles and topics. -Pref.While the law leans toward the landlord, a growing number of judges have held that when a landlord fails to take reasonable ... if the landlord received written notice of the defective condition before the crime occurred and failed to fix it.
|Title||:||Read and Respond|
|Author||:||Janet Swinton, William Agopsowicz|