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This book contains Jane Austen's entire classic "Pride and Prejudice" with the addition of over 200 reading strategy experiences to help readers with BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER reading strategies that students can practice and learn with. Each chapter has multiple strategies embedded within the chapter to assist readers to become more active and purposeful readers. Additional resources such as links to free audio versions and online tools are also provided along with suggestions on how to use versions for electronic book readers to improve the reading experience and access information. This public domain story was first published as a book in 1813, and even today is on many reading lists for High Schools and Colleges. Students and teachers can use this text to assist readers needing extra guidance with their purposeful reading strategies or just an instructional or practice resource.

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Open educational resources; OER; literature; reading; strategies; reading strategies; classics; Austen, Jane; high school; ESL


Education | Secondary Education

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Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Pride and prejudice -- Study guides; Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Pride and prejudice -- Criticism, Textual; Social classes – England -- 19th century -- Fiction; Social status – England -- 19th century -- Fiction; Young women – England -- 19th century -- Fiction; Courtship – England – 19th century -- Fiction; Romance fiction – England – 19th century – History and criticism; Young adult fiction -- History and criticism -- Study and teaching (Secondary); Cavanaugh, Terence W. – Book annotations

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Pride and Prejudice: Annotated with Reading Strategies