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Throughout your study of science, you will learn a variety of terms, facts, figures, and concepts. Each new topic you encounter will provide its own collection of words and ideas--which, at times, you may think seem endless. But each of the ideas within a particular topic is related in some way to the others. No concept in science is isolated. Thus it will help you to understand the topic if you see the whole picture; that is, the interconnectedness of all the individual terms and ideas. This is a much more effective and satisfying way of learning than memorizing separate facts.
General science curriculum for the middle grades featuring a text that students can write in.
If you had been one of the early explorers or settlers of North America, you would have found many things in your new environment unknown to you. The handiest way of filling voids in your vocabulary would have been to ask local Native Americans what words they used. The early colonists began borrowing words from friendly Native Americans almost from the moment of their first contact, and many of those shared words have remained in our everyday language.
This book is designed to develop a student's knowledge.
The textbook helps students grasp the power and beauty that lies within the written word, while the program's research-based reading approach ensures that no child is left behind.
12th Grade textbook on British literature.
Textbook on British literature.
British Literature High School textbook
A book to learn about literature through short stories.
Each form of literature, called a genre, has its own characteristics. In this introduction, you can learn about the genres of literature. Prose is organized in sentences and paragraphs and does not have a regular rhythm. Fiction is prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events. Nonfiction is prose writing that presents and explains ideas or that tells about real people, places, or events. * Poetry, whose sentences appear in lines that do not always extend across the page, often has a regular beat or rhythm. A short story is a brief form of prose fiction with characters, a setting, and a plot. It resembles longer forms of fiction in exploring an insight into life. Nonfiction is literature that deals with the real world. It tells the story of actual events or people and addresses the world of ideas. Poetry is literature written in verse. Because the form uses comparatively few words, poets choose highly concise and emotionally packed language to convey their ideas. In addition, poetry includes rhythm and rhyme to make the writing musical. Drama tells a story through the words and actions of actors who impersonate the characters on stage. In the text of a drama, the characters' words are called the dialogue.
The authors of Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices have helped to build the pedagogical integrity of the program and to ensure its relevance for today's teachers and students.
A literature textbook, geared toward California Grade 9 Language Arts Standards.
English textbook for Florida students.
This volume contains a variety of reading resources such as Looking at literary Forms, Looking at Universal Themes (Striving for Success, Clashing Forces, Turning Points, Expanding Horizons, Short Stories, Nonfiction, Drama, Poetry, Epics and Legends), etc.
A treasure of reading resources on the genre of Short Stories, Poetry, Theme, Drama, Nonfiction, Epics, Legends and Myths, Literature from around the world, Comparing Literary Works, Reading Informational Materials, Connections, etc.
Learn About Literature, Forms of Literature, Short Stories, Nonfiction, Drama, Poetry, The American Folk Tradition.
This textbook contains lessons on Learn about Literature (Forms of Literature, Short Stories, Nonfiction, Drama, Poetry, etc.), Themes in Literature, Literary Genres, Resources, Handbook of Literary Terms, Writing, Spelling, Grammar, Usage and Mechanics.
A literature textbook, geared toward California Grade 8 Language Arts Standards.
Textbook focusing on literature from around the world.
Magruder's American Government, first published in 1917 and revised annually, is an enduring symbol of the author's faith in American ideals and American institutions. The life of Frank Abbott Magruder (1882-1949) was an outstanding example of Americanism at its very best. His career as a teacher, author, and tireless worker in civic and religious undertakings remains an inspiring memory to all who knew him.
Hailed as a stellar educational resource for nearly a century, Magruder's American Government is updated annually to meet the changing needs of today's high school students and teachers. The program's engaging narrative is enhanced with numerous primary sources, political cartoons, charts, graphs, and photos, making the structure and principles of government accessible and motivating to students of all abilities.
Have you ever worked on a jigsaw puzzle? Usually a puzzle has a theme that leads you to group the pieces by what they have in common. But until you put all the pieces together you can't solve the puzzle. Studying science is similar to solving a puzzle. The big ideas of science are like puzzle themes. To understand big ideas, scientists ask questions. The answers to those questions are like pieces of a puzzle. Each chapter in this book asks a big question to help you think about a big idea of science. By answering the big questions, you will get closer to understanding the big idea.