reading knowledge

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reading knowledge

n to have a reading knowledge of Russianessere capace di leggere il russo
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This is of particular interest to those with a good reading knowledge of both languages, as the American interviewees often use colorful colloquial expressions which are translated expressively in the French text.
This extra book reading knowledge would give them the special identification among the other fellows.
(Without a reading knowledge of German, I would have had no way of knowing this.) The reporter chatted with Sahwil and her family, took note of the antique map of Palestine on the dining room wall (both Sahwil and her parents were born in a refugee camp in Lebanon), described weekly calls to her grandparents still living in that camp, and drew a picture of a sheltered teen, managing her disability in a new land.
Just as Dana Lynn Driscoll (2015) has followed tutors to future contexts in order to determine the extent to which their writing knowledge transferred beyond the peer education course, researchers might do the same with reading knowledge.
The same is true with reading--focusing on genre can provide important clues about how to read a text, clues that become part of that student's repertoire of reading knowledge.
Nevertheless, perhaps my reading knowledge of war was
Both of Lincoln School's libraries were amazing places but it was in the Lower School where we first heard about the Battle of the Books, an annual competition between Providence schools where pupils have to demonstrate their reading knowledge. At the beginning of the school year participating schools are given a reading list of around twenty books.
Charpin concludes that not only did scribes write, but that many from the social elite had a passive knowledge of the script (reading knowledge, rather than writing knowledge).
Reading Recovery (RR) is a program that schools can initiate into their district to improve students with disabilities reading knowledge and skills.
Erard then finds a middle-aged hyperpolyglot in California who is studying close to 60 languages and has "real reading knowledge" in 20.
"I thought the new book club would be a great opportunity for them to get together and share their reading knowledge, all from the comfort of the development's communal lounge - and the residents agreed.