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Pearson Language Central ELD Grade 6

by Pearson Education

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Pearson Longman Keystone, D

by John De Mado Anna Uhl Chamot Sharroky Hollie

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Pearson Reality Central: Readings in the Real World [Grade 6]

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Pearson Reality Central: Readings in the Real World [Grade 7]

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Pearson Reality Central: Readings in the Real World [Grade 8]

by Prentice Hall

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.

Pebbles, Sand, and Silt

by Lawrence Hall of Science

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Pecos Bill [On Level, Grade 5]

by Jon Davis Ali Mackisack

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Pen Pals

by Higgins Bond Michael Rose Ramirez

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by Seymour Simon

Did you know that: Penguins are champion swimmers. They spend 75 percent of their lives in water. They are birds, but they can't fly. Penguins are classified as birds because they have feathers. Now you can explore a penguin's world by finding out how they can swim so fast, what they eat, and why people need to protect their habitats. Acclaimed science writer Seymour Simon has teamed up with the Smithsonian Institution to take you on a journey to the Antarctic region for a close-up look at one of nature's most beloved and sociable animals.

Pennsylvania Holt Elements of Literature, First Course

by Kylene Beers

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A People & A Nation: A History of the United States

by Carol Sheriff David M. Katzman Mary Beth Norton

Developed to meet the demand for a low-cost, high-quality history book, this text is an economically priced version of A People and a Nation, 7/e (copy;2005). The Dolphin Edition offers readers the complete text while limiting the number of photos and maps. All volumes feature a paperback, two-color format that appeals to those seeking a comprehensive, trade-sized history text. Like its hardcover counterpart, the Dolphin Edition preserves the text's basic approach to American history as the story of all Americans. The text is known for its emphasis on social history, well-respected author team, attention to race and racial identity, and balanced and engaging narrative. Significant revisions to the Seventh Edition of A People and a Nation are reflected in the Dolphin Edition. Co-authors Fredrik Logevall and Beth Bailey bring new scholarship on international relations and American culture to Volume II. Both authors contribute significant content on diversity, environmental issues, and other matters specific to the western United States. Volume II has been reorganized-with particular attention to Chapters 30-33-so that world and domestic events are treated in the same chapter. For example, coverage of the Vietnam War and protests against it are now addressed in Chapter 30. This reorganization allows for a more chronologically organized text and the integration of new scholarship. Chapter-based Links to the World connect American history to global events and provide web links for further research on topics such as international treaties and the AIDS epidemic. All chapters have been thoroughly updated to incorporate cutting-edge scholarship and recent events. For available instructor and student supplements, see catalog entry for Norton et al. , A People and a Nation, Seventh Edition.

A People & A Nation: A History Of The United States Volume One: To 1877

by Carol Sheriff David M. Katzman Mary Beth Norton

The Brief Edition of A People and a Nation preserves the text's basic approach to American history as a story of all American people. Known for a number of strengths, including its well-respected author team and engaging narrative, the book emphasizes social history, giving particular attention to race and racial identity. Through its thoughtful inclusion of everyday people, cultural diversity, work, and popular culture, A People and a Nation brings history to life.Like its full-length counterpart, the Brief Seventh Edition challenges students to think about the implications of events in American history. Several popular features have been retained and updated, including "Legacies for a People and a Nation" and chapter-opening vignettes. A new "Links to the World" feature connects U.S. history to global events and provides Web links for further research on topics such as international piracy, baseball in Japan, OPEC, and AIDS.

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