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The Renaissance: 1300-1600

by Nextext Mcdougal Littell

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Rescued: My Story of Survival (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Suly Chenkin

AGAINST IMPOSSIBLE ODDS Suly Chenkin found herself in one of the worst places at one of the worst times in human history. A Jewish child born in Lithuania during World War II, Suly was not likely to survive. Adolf Hitler and the Nazis stormed through Europe determined to destroy the Jewish people. In her memoir, Suly tells her miraculous story of survival. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Respectfully Yours (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Jill Rubalcaba Drew Bardana

A Tough Assignment? Ben needs help from a homeless man to complete a school assignment. Will he get it? NIMAC-sourced textbook

REV It Up! Robust Encounters with Vocabulary, Course 1

by Isabel L. Beck Margaret G. Mckeown

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Rewards: Multisyllabic Word Reading Strategies

by Anita L. Archer Mary M. Gleason Vicky Vachon

The primary focus of REWARDS Secondary (Original) is to teach students a flexible strategy for decoding long words and to increase oral and silent reading fluency, particularly in content-area passages. For struggling students grades 6-12.

Rewards [Intermediate, Student Book]

by Vicky Vachon Anita Archer Mary Gleason

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Rewards Secondary: Multisyllabic Word Reading

by Anita L. Archer Mary M. Gleason Vicky Vachon

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Riches From Our Earth

by C. Truman Rogers

The final installment of the Reading Street curriculum series, Reading Street: Grade 6, comes complete with everything you'll need to create English and Language Arts lessons for your child. This system includes reading selections designed to help your child hone his or her skills, a Teacher Resource DVD to make your task of developing lessons easier, and a packet of curriculum materials. Reading Street: Grade 6 is a comprehensive system designed to enhance your child's skills in reading, writing and language. Each assignment in Reading Street helps your child progress toward that goal. While such a dynamic curriculum might sound challenging for you as a parent and educator to use, you can rest assured that the materials will guide you through 12 weeks of English and Language Arts lesson planning with ease. If you prefer a structured homeschooling program format, Reading Street (in all of its Grade level structures) is the right fit for you and your child. Grade 6 comes with two volumes of six units. By the time you complete Grade 6, your child will be able to: Read through a variety of complex literature, including biographies and fictional stories. Discover additional reading material based on personal taste. Relate individual chapters or concepts to the book as a whole. Write complete stories using proper grammar, punctuation and word choice. Compose a written argument using appropriate sources. Examine and edit his or her own writing, as well as the writing of others. Present an oral presentation based on the lessons. Unlike other curricula, Reading Street imparts a love of reading upon your child. From Grade 1 through Grade 6, your child will learn not only the skills he or she needs to advance his or her education, but become a lifelong student and reader. For more information about the specific materials included in the Reading Street: Grade 6 curriculum for homeschooling, visit the Features and Benefits page.

Right On Reader 1

by Diane M. Browder Pamela J. Mims Angel Lee Tracie-Lynn Zakas Jo Reynolds Beverly Potts Linda R. Schreiber

Right On Readers - provides 16 popular works of literature commonly used in the general education classroom, adapted with simplified text, repeated storylines, and symbol supports. The adapted literature includes fiction and nonfiction stories, poetry, theatrical scripts, and research endeavors.

Right On Reader 2

by Diane M. Browder Pamela J. Mims Angel Lee Tracie-Lynn Zakas Jo Reynolds Beverly Potts Linda R. Schreiber

A systematic language arts curriculum for middle and high school studentsResearch has shown Teaching to Standards: English Language Arts to be highly effective in teaching skills that align to grade-level standards.

The Rip Current Rescue

by Monty Ward Tony Sansevero

The final installment of the Reading Street curriculum series, Reading Street: Grade 6, comes complete with everything you'll need to create English and Language Arts lessons for your child. This system includes reading selections designed to help your child hone his or her skills, a Teacher Resource DVD to make your task of developing lessons easier, and a packet of curriculum materials. Reading Street: Grade 6 is a comprehensive system designed to enhance your child's skills in reading, writing and language. Each assignment in Reading Street helps your child progress toward that goal. While such a dynamic curriculum might sound challenging for you as a parent and educator to use, you can rest assured that the materials will guide you through 12 weeks of English and Language Arts lesson planning with ease. If you prefer a structured homeschooling program format, Reading Street (in all of its Grade level structures) is the right fit for you and your child. Grade 6 comes with two volumes of six units. By the time you complete Grade 6, your child will be able to: Read through a variety of complex literature, including biographies and fictional stories. Discover additional reading material based on personal taste. Relate individual chapters or concepts to the book as a whole. Write complete stories using proper grammar, punctuation and word choice. Compose a written argument using appropriate sources. Examine and edit his or her own writing, as well as the writing of others. Present an oral presentation based on the lessons. Unlike other curricula, Reading Street imparts a love of reading upon your child. From Grade 1 through Grade 6, your child will learn not only the skills he or she needs to advance his or her education, but become a lifelong student and reader. For more information about the specific materials included in the Reading Street: Grade 6 curriculum for homeschooling, visit the Features and Benefits page.

Risky Business: The Science Behind Risk-Taking (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Gemma Rymer

GO AHEAD, TAKE A CHANCE Daredevil, risk-taker, adventure seeker. You probably know someone, or are someone, who fits the bill. Or maybe you're the complete opposite and would rather stand with your feet firmly on the ground while your friends bungee jump off a bridge. Now, scientists offer logical explanations for why some people do incredibly risky things. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Roberto Clemente [Grade 6]

by Robert Brown Kenneth Rudeen

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: Instructional Guides for Literature (York Notes)

by Mildred D. Taylor

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Rulers of Persia

by Rebecca Wagner

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Rules (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Patrick Jones Tin Salamunic

Who Cares About Rules? If you live in Dion's neighborhood, you’d better! NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Rumor Report; The Big Jump

by John Martin Staci Swedeen

Kate wants to be popular like her best friend, Marisa, who lets Josh's friend know that Kate wants to go to the dance with Josh. But Josh only wants to borrow Kate's homework. Brothers Sam and David are about to zip-line through a rain forest when an emotional conflict reaches a new high among the treetops. How will these teens deal with their issues? Read the plays to find out.

A Safe Place to Land (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Teri Eastman Tim McDonagh

NIMAC-sourced textbook. A DARK SECRET. WHEN JACOB MAKES FRIENDS AT HIS NEW SCHOOL, HE'S TERRIFIED ABOUT WHAT COULD HAPPEN IF THEY DISCOVER HIS DARK SECRET.

Sally's Summer with Her Grandparents

by Mark Weber J. Matteson Claus

The final installment of the Reading Street curriculum series, Reading Street: Grade 6, comes complete with everything you'll need to create English and Language Arts lessons for your child. This system includes reading selections designed to help your child hone his or her skills, a Teacher Resource DVD to make your task of developing lessons easier, and a packet of curriculum materials. Reading Street: Grade 6 is a comprehensive system designed to enhance your child's skills in reading, writing and language. Each assignment in Reading Street helps your child progress toward that goal. While such a dynamic curriculum might sound challenging for you as a parent and educator to use, you can rest assured that the materials will guide you through 12 weeks of English and Language Arts lesson planning with ease. If you prefer a structured homeschooling program format, Reading Street (in all of its Grade level structures) is the right fit for you and your child. Grade 6 comes with two volumes of six units. By the time you complete Grade 6, your child will be able to: Read through a variety of complex literature, including biographies and fictional stories. Discover additional reading material based on personal taste. Relate individual chapters or concepts to the book as a whole. Write complete stories using proper grammar, punctuation and word choice. Compose a written argument using appropriate sources. Examine and edit his or her own writing, as well as the writing of others. Present an oral presentation based on the lessons. Unlike other curricula, Reading Street imparts a love of reading upon your child. From Grade 1 through Grade 6, your child will learn not only the skills he or she needs to advance his or her education, but become a lifelong student and reader. For more information about the specific materials included in the Reading Street: Grade 6 curriculum for homeschooling, visit the Features and Benefits page.

Samples and Population: Data and Statistics (Texas)

by Glenda Lappan James T. Fey William M. Fitzgerald Susan N. Friel Elizabeth Difanis Phillips

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Samples and Populations, Data and Statistics

by Glenda Lappan James T. Fey William M. Fitzgerald

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Sanctuary (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Teri Eastman Jan Feindt

Stranger in a Strange Land Moving to a country where you know no one and don't speak the language is difficult enough. But having to share a room with someone who clearly doesn't want you there can make it even worse. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Saturdays with Sam

by Richard Cole Sergio Giovine

NIMAC-sourced textbook

SAVING Alligators

by Barbara A. Donovan

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Savitri's Story (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Amanda Hall Nancy White

A TERRIBLE SECRET Savitri can love no one but Satyavan. She has chosen him to be her husband, but before they marry, she learns a terrible secret about him. Should she change her mind? Or should she follow her heart? NIMAC-sourced textbook

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