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Six-Way Paragraphs: Middle: 100 Passages for Developing the Six Essential Categories of Comprehension
by Walter Pauk
Six-Way Paragraphs, a three-level series, teaches the basic skills necessary for reading factual material through the use of the following six types of questions: subject matter, main idea, supporting details, conclusions, clarifying devices, and vocabulary in context.
Paperback, 219 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by McGraw-Hill/Glencoe
(first published August 1983)
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Walter Pauk, Cornell University's reading and study center director, is author of the best-selling How To Study In College. Pauk has been lauded as "one of the most influential professors in the field of developmental education and study skills". He created Cornell Notes. In 1997, Pauk was recognized for his work with the Pearl Anniversary Award by The College Reading and Learning Association.More about Walter Pauk...