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: Book i
: Part iSection 1. introduction to word power (wp)
: section ii. words on words
: Section iii. evaluate your word knowledge
: Section iv. the word in the dictionary
: Section v. connotation
: Section vi. a structural approach to word study
: Section vii. a contextual approach to word study
: Section viii. semantic fields
: Unit a: areas, scripts, topics, categories
: Unit b: language of results and conclusions in scientific articles (hedging)
: Unit c: terms used in study and test situations
: section ix. figurative language
: Section x. appndix
: Unit 1: prefixes, stems, (roots) suffixes
: Unit 2: reference words and abbreviations
: Unit 3: verbs for specific purposes
: Unit 4: terms used in text analysis
: Unit 5: the university word list
: Part ii. an approach to reading
: Section i. introduction to an approach to reading
: Unit 1. varieties of meaning
: Unit 2. what the writer means
: Section ii. dealing with sentence
: Unit 1. exercises on sentence patterns*
: Unit 2. complex. simple. complex *
: Unit 3. register
: Unit 4. using relative pronouns to form complex sentence *
: Unit 5. structures with omission *
: Unit 6. the uses of punctuation *
: Unit 7. distinguishing between similar sentences
: Unit 8. indirection: negative constructions
: Unit 9. implication
: Unit 10. types of ambiguity
: Unit 11. what the writer means but for some reasons prefers not to say directly
: Section iii. dealing with paragraphs
: Unit 1. coherence
: Unit 2. old and new information
: Unit 3. the ordering of sentences in a paragraph *
: Section iv. dealing with texts
: Unit 1. types of discourse
: Unit 2. reading strategies
: Unit 3. what titles tell us
: Unit 4. different ways of presenting information
: Unit 5. types of scholarly
: Unit 6. general questions and activities that can (and should) be applied to any text
: Unit 7. reading/writing abstracts*
: Unit 8. reading/writing a summary
: Section v. appendix
: Unit 1. parts of speech
: Unit 2. sentence patterns *
: Unit 3. punctuation *
: Unit 4. the conjunctions or connectors of english
: Unit 5. the prepositions of englisn
: Unit 6. common cues for the reader
: part iii. short texts
: Annual report on spaceship earth
: what really mattered
: writing of women
: to be a woman and a scholar
: filters against folly
: Chimps eat chimps
: Signs in the wilderness
: Mightier than the pen
: Getting to know your synchronized input shaft
: An interview with john naisbitt,
: Crime and poverty
: Banality and terror
: Two analogies from the novels of chinua achebe
: The econometrics system
: Subsistence allowance
: Subsistence allowance
: The mystery of language
: The task of modern philosophy
: pricing the priceless child*
: the frenzy of renown
: Book ii
: Part iv. longer reading
: Learning the hard way
: Man of wisdom
: Japanese education
: Educating lawyers
: The genesis of the modern toy
: Humanistic medicine
: Hands: a case study
: Ecological armageddon
: Water, war & peace
: Climate change
: Leadership
: The role of elites
: Isolation
: The use and abuse of drugs
: Outsiders
: Student power in middle ages
: Are criminals made or born?
: What is a historical fact?
: Morality and foreign policy
: Morality and foreign policy: appendix
: Human migration:
: Integrating risk analysis into public policymaking
: Education and political tolerance
: a technology of behavior
: how psychology sanctions the cult of the self
: Explaining revolutions in the contemporary third world
: Part v . exercises on texts in parts iii and iv
: Annual report on spaceship earth
: Chimps eat chimps,
: Signs in the wilderness
: Mightier than the pen
: Crime and poverty
: Banality and terror
: The task of modern philosophy
: Learning the hard way
: Man of wisdom
: Japanese education
: Educating lawyers with environmental savvy
: The genesis of the modern toy
: Humanistic medicine
: Humanistic medicine
: Hands: a case study
: Ecological armageddon
: Water, war and peace
: Leadership
: The role of elites
: Isolation
: The outsiders
: Student power in the middle ages
: Are criminals made or born?
: What is a historical fact?
: Morality and foreign policy
: Human migration
: Education and political tolerance
: A technology of behavior


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