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Topic vs. Argument in a Reading Passage - Video & Lesson ...

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Understanding the distinction between topic and argument is an important part of
becoming a critical reader. Here's the difference, with examples. ...

What a Main Idea Is and How to Find It

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Jul 3, 2019 ... Finding the main idea of a paragraph or longer passage of text is ... deciding
what argument the passage is making about this topic. 2) Summarize the
Passage. After reading the passage thoroughly, summarize it in your own ...

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Gauge your knowledge of argument versus topic in reading passages by using
this interactive quiz. Use the printable worksheet to identify key study...

Steps for Writing a Close Reading

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If you have not been assigned a passage or poem, then you must select a text
and a specific passage. ... Ask yourself: HOW is language and/or argument being
used? ... Often, a close reading will focus on one example of a theme or pattern to
 ...

GRE Reading Comprehension: 5 Essential Tips - Kaplan Test Prep

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Jul 30, 2019 ... Unlike the Sentence Equivalence or Text Completion questions, you can get a
great score on the RC questions even ... [ GOOD TO KNOW: Top 10 Ways to
Score Better on GRE Reading Passages ]. GRE Reading Comprehension Tip 1:
Begin with the Topic and the Scope. .... Argument Essay · Issue Essay ...

The Best Way to Read the Passage in SAT Reading

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Mar 29, 2017 ... How do you best read the passage in SAT Critical Reading? ... You can always
learn more about a topic after the SAT. ... a claim made in the text or if the author
incorporated a data point to prove or refute an argument.

Text Sets - Argument, Bias, and Persuasion | Free ... - CommonLit

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Have students track arguments through texts as they examine logical reasoning,
bias, and persuasive techniques ... Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death Speech.

What's Actually Tested on the SAT Reading Section? SAT Reading ...

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Jan 6, 2019 ... What are all the skills and topics tested on SAT Reading? ... Paired passages
often discuss the same topic or theme, but approach it from a ... D) make an
argument about the effects of electronic media use on the brain.

How to Find the Main Ideas in SAT Reading Passages - Magoosh ...

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Mar 9, 2013 ... SAT reading passages can be a little hard to pick apart. They're not light reading,
and you probably won't have any real interest in the topic. ... Is it something out of
a history text book, or are they arguing an opinion? Revise ...

Why American Students Haven't Gotten Better at Reading in 20 Years

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Apr 13, 2018 ... After all, the argument goes, if kids haven't learned to read—a task that is ... like
math, primarily a set of skills: the part that involves decoding, or ... students
passages on a variety of topics that may have nothing to do with what ...

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