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Basic Grammar and Writing Skills offers students a practical guide to becoming better writers. From mastering the traditional five-paragraph essay and its variations to learning about the finer points of grammar and punctuation, this book empowers students to take control of their writing and put it to work for them.
Contemporary's popular Pre-GED Satellite Program is now available for the 2002 GED exam. This program targets students with reading levels of 5-8 and delivers instruction in the GED content areas to prepare learners to move up into GED preparation. The pre- and post-tests in each satellite book help students decide which skills need the most work and allow them to assess mastery of each subject area. Complete answer keys supply answers and explanations for all the exercises and activities within the text and lots of visual aids provide detailed practice and instruction. Contemporary's Pre-GED Language Arts, Writing satellite book contains all the basics to introduce students to GED preparation. Students begin by learning sentence basics and move into basic essay formulation. Grammar, usage, writing skills, and organization are also included with lots of practice activities. Pre- and post-tests give learners an idea of the structure of the official GED exam.
Everyday Mathematics offers students a broad background in mathematics. Some approaches in this program may differ from those you used as a student. However, the approaches the authors use are based on research results, field-test experiences, and the mathematics that students will need in the twenty-first century.
The goal of this book is to provide you and your students with opportunities to prepare for the Grade 8 Florida Writes! assessment. Each section contains materials that explain, model, or provide practice and support for the two types of writing assessed at the eighth-grade level -- persuasive writing and narrative writing.
This book is research-based high school language arts program to combine outstanding literature with innovative active learning designed to bring students to a new level of success.
Word Study Steps 1. Look at the word and say it carefully. 2. Picture the word in your mind. 3. Study each letter in the word. 4. Write the word carefully. 5. Check the spelling of the word.
This Macmillan McGraw-Hill Math for Grade 3 students is a valuable textbook which teaches math in a simple and lucid style with a lot of exercises to work on.
McGraw-Hill Health was created to help you be as healthy as you can be. The McGraw-Hill Health Pyramid shows what you need to reach the goal of good health.
The three major topics covered in this book are Life, Earth and Physical Science.
Some of the topics covered in this book are: place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, properties, equations, fractions, measurement among others.
The Social Studies Strands are a way of thinking about Social Studies. Social Studies is the study of people and the world we live in. This is a very big subject! One way to think about Social Studies is to break it into parts. We call these parts strands.
How many plants and animals are discovered each year? You might think that the answer would be a small number, or perhaps none at all, but that would not be right. Life scientists discover, describe, and name hundreds of organisms every year. How do they decide if a certain plant belongs to the iris or orchid family of flowering plants? Or, if an insect is more like a grasshopper or a beetle? Think about how scientists might make these distinctions. The science of classifying is called taxonomy (tak SAHN uh mee). Classification is an important part of your life.
Have pairs of students choose a spelling pattern. Each partner makes as many words as he or she can by combining the pattern with alphabet letters and/or other patterns. Specify a time limit. Partners compare words to see who made the most.
Stories about the scenes from the Eastern Seaboard.
Students explore the history of our nation in a whole new way with the first fully integrated print and digital curriculum for today's technology-ready students. Networks combines print resources grounded in solid pedagogy with a full suite of teaching and learning tools for a flexible, customized learning experience. Visit McGraw-Hill Networks for more information!
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