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People have been amazed and confused by ventriloquism for centuries. In the following reading selection, Ormond McGill explains how to “throw” your voice so that it sounds like it is coming from an attic or chimney. The selection is a chapter from a book on ventriloquism, the art of disguising the real source of a voice. Preparing to Read READING SKILL Identifying Author’s Purpose Every time a writer sits down to write, he or she has a purpose in mind. Purpose is the reason for writing a particular article or paper.
Which instructions are the clearest and easiest to follow? Why? ■ In general, do you think it is easier to tell how to do something or how to make something? Why do you think so? Go to the Chapter Menu for an interactive activity. Preview Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Chapter Menu 49 Chapter Menu Reading Workshop Reading Instructions W H AT ’ S AHEAD? In this section you will read part of a book chapter that gives instructions. You will also learn how to ■ identify an author’s purpose for writing ■ map out the order of events in a process Y ou hear the sound faintly at first, but gradually it becomes louder.
THINKING IT THROUGH What is my purpose? to explain how to fly a kite There aren’t any special words or names I know of in kite flying. Someone might need to know where to get a kite, though. Ǡ STEP 3 Identify any parts of this activity that are easier to show than tell. Decide how you can make these parts clearer to your audience. It’s easier to show than to tell how a kite takes off. I can write down the steps as I imagine getting a kite off the ground to make this action clear. 5 KEY CONCEPT students my age who have no experience with kites Ǡ STEP 2 Consider any special words or names that go with your topic.
Eigenvalues of Matrices by Chatelin F.