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Reality Central is a nonfiction anthology featuring short, high interest, readings on topics and issues students encounter every day. Selections are written slightly below grade level to reach all readers, making the program ideal for English Learners and striving readers. The passages in Reality Central align with the topics, skills, and Big Question in Prentice Hall Literature ©2010, and is flexible enough to be used as a stand-alone program. Use Reality Central for a class starter, homework, or independent activities for those needing extra reading practice. Reality Central supports below level readers' development of skills such as: Vocabulary development-Pre and post reading support Connection to background knowledge for success in Lit program Targeted writing instruction Discussion opportunities The accompanying Writing Journal gives students complete writing support, guided practice, and extensive vocabulary support, including graphic organizers. The Teaching Guide includes correlations to Prentice Hall Literature and complete support for every topic and theme.
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.
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.
Prentice Hall Mathematics introduces basic mathematics concepts offering the reader access to basic skills.
This volume will enable students to learn about the geography, history, and cultures of the world from the beginnings of history to our world today.
This book comprises seven units of twenty five chapters and the contents include Characteristics of Living Things, Simple Organisms, Plants, Animals, Human Biology, Heredity and Adaptation, and Ecology.
Pearson Education provides a variety of literacy solutions for teachers and students. Learn more about reading comprehension & writing programs for students at all levels.
Workbook to accompany a language arts textbook.
This text contains valuable resources on the headings of The New Land To 1750, The Revolutionary Period 1750-1800, A Growing Nation 1800-1840, Division, New England Renaissance 1840-1855, War, And Reconciliation 1855-1865, The Modern Age 1915-1946, Contemporary Writers 1946-Present, Handbook of writing about Literature, Handbook of Literary Terms and Techniques, etc.
The contents of this edition are: A Gathering of Voices: Literature of Early America (Beginnings to 1750); A Nation is Born: Early National Literature (1750-1800); A Growing Nation: Nineteenth-Century Literature (1800-1870); Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion: The Age of Realism (1850-1914); Disillusion, Defiance, and Discontent: The Modern Age (1914-1946); Prosperity and Protest: The Contemporary Period (1946-Present) and Resources.
English textbook focusing on British literature.
This Prentice Hall Literature Bronze Level edition is comprised of short stories, nonfiction, drama, poetry, essays, etc., to make reading an enjoyable experience.
Language textbook for 8th graders.
An anthology of literature.
A textbook for children containing short stories. The short stories in this unit are arranged according to the elements of plot, character, point of view, setting, and theme. Plot is the pattern of action in the story, while characters are the people who take part in the action. Point of view is the angle or perspective from which the story is told. Setting consists of where and when the action takes place, and theme is the insight into life revealed by the story. Science fiction, action and adventure, mysteries--you will encounter these types of stories and others in this unit. You will also learn strategies that will help you read short stories with greater appreciation and understanding.
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