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Think learning should be drudgery?
Posted by: Elise Leonard ()
Date: September 02, 2008 01:36PM

Have struggling, emergent or ESL older adolescent or adult learners?

Please go to www.NoxPress.com to find books and workbooks for your students.

The books are written on a Flesch-Kincaid reading level of 0.9 (a first-grade reading level) and are below a Lexile 200, but are written for adults and about adults. These are crime dramas similar to TV shows like Law & Order or CSI or Women's Murder Club, but are easy-to-read. There are corresponding workbooks that go with the books as well. But please be forewarned: these are fun, funny workbooks. So if you think learning should be boring or dull, or if you like to make things difficult, or think learning should be drudgery... these workbooks are NOT FOR YOU!

At only $6.95 per novel AND per workbook, this series is an affordable way to get your learners reading.

Let's get our nation reading!

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Re: Think learning should be drudgery?
Posted by: murrayellison ()
Date: September 02, 2008 01:52PM

Thanks Elise
I think there is a scarcity of high interest low reading level materials out there. I hope people will look at these materials!

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