Delta Publishing Catalogue

Reading Skills

Preparing students for academic reading


Author: Louis Rogers

ISBN: 9783125013384

Series:Delta Academic Objectives

Delta Academic Objectives: Reading Skills has been written to prepare students for academic reading, placing emphasis not only on extensive reading skills development, but also on continued language development through four main areas: Understanding the text, Critical thinking, Using the text and Language Focus.

Understanding the text activities develop essential comprehension skills, teaching students to further analyze texts and interpret standpoint and argument.

Critical thinking activities go on to actively develop students’ abilities to critically engage with a text, teaching them to assess the strength of an argument or its validity, and constantly challenge the ideas of others.

Using the text activities show students how to incorporate others’ ideas with their own to formulate arguments and conclusions in academic writing.

Language Focus sections help students develop their knowledge of lexis typical of academic texts, enabling them to understand a wider range of texts and transfer this knowledge into their writing.

Key features:

  • written for students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level
  • themes relate to a wide range of common academic subject fields
  • texts are both academic and common to everyday life, thus accessible to all students
  • contains a section of exercises to practice vocabulary in the Academic Word List
  • is supported by online resources consisting of a bank of extended reading texts with accompanying worksheets

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# Name Type Size
1Reading Text 1.pdf102.53
2Reading Activities 1.pdf77.37
3Reading Key 1.pdf28.36
4Reading Text 2.pdf90.56
5Reading Activities 2.pdf57.54
6Reading Key 2.pdf32.03
7Reading Text 3.pdf119.34
8Reading Activities 3.pdf195.02
9Reading Key 3.pdf29.5
10Reading Text 4.pdf87.41
11Reading Activities 4.pdf28.01
12Reading Key 4.pdf30.32
13Reading Text 5.pdf80.88
14Reading Activities 5.pdf63.18
15Reading Key 5.pdf26.73
16Reading Text 7.pdf88.79
17Reading Activities 7.pdf134.57
18Reading Key 7.pdf34.98
19Reading Text 8.pdf128.36
20Reading Activities 8.pdf86.29
21Reading Key 8.pdf36.53
22Reading Text 9.pdf121.93
23Reading Activities 9.pdf103.32
24Reading Key 9.pdf48.05
25Reading Text 10.pdf192.31
26Reading Activities 10.pdf122.7
27Reading Key 10.pdf26.02
28Reading Text 11.pdf761.32
29Reading Activities 11.pdf65.26
30Reading Key 11.pdf43.8
# Name ISBN
# Name Type Size
1Contents.pdf21.01
2Sample Unit.pdf136.02

Louis Rogers

Louis Rogers holds an MA in ELT and currently teaches at the University of Reading. He has also written a number of titles in various fields of ELT, including Exams, English for Academic Purposes and Business English. He has taught all around the world including the UK, Germany, Portugal and Italy and for the last decade has been teaching in the university sector of the UK.