Close Reading Non-Fiction 11-14 by Mary M. Firth, Andrew G. Ralston


Close Reading Non-Fiction 11-14 by Mary M. Firth, Andrew G. Ralston

Following the immense success of Close Reading 11-14, this Non-Fiction text has been written to provide further close reading exercises, specifically when dealing with non-fictional text. This text provides 15 extracts from a wide variety of publications with accompanying interpretation/comprehension-type questions. Each chapter also features a section which focuses upon a particular language feature from the passage, giving further explanation as well as practice exercises on that aspect of language. A version containng suggested answers is also available, 0 340 88923 3.

About the Author

Mary M Firth and Andrew G Ralston are hugely successful authors of English books for Scotland with a long list of extremely popular previous titles. They teach English at Hutchesons' Grammar School in Glasgow.

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96 pages


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Publication date

28th January 2005



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