Reading improvement for adults / Paul D. Leedy.


New York : McGraw-Hill, 1956.

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Subjects Reading (Adult education)
Description 456 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. You can improve your reading -- 2. What does it mean to read well? -- 3. How well do you read--now? -- 4. Why paragraphs? -- 5. How flows the thought? -- 6. Punctuation: the traffic lights of reading -- 7. Higher speed with less effort -- 8. What is your purpose in reading? -- 9. Skimming -- key to rapid reading -- 10. Reading to follow directions -- 11. How to remember what you read -- 12. Why did the author write this? -- 13. Readability as an aid to better reading -- 14. How to read a newspaper -- 15. Graphs, maps, charts, and other visual aids -- 16. Meeting the reading demands of business -- 17. Reading the technical report -- 18. Reading for enjoyment -- 19. How well do you read -- now? -- 20. Word power.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)181187
(OCoLC)ocm00181187
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WorldCat Identities Leedy, Paul D.
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