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Extreme Places: High-Interest/Low-Readability Nonfiction epub

by Kathryn Wheeler


Extreme Places: High-Interest/Low-Readability Nonfiction epub

ISBN: 1600225284

ISBN13: 978-1600225284

Author: Kathryn Wheeler

Category: Education and Teaching

Subcategory: Schools & Teaching

Language: English

Publisher: Carson Dellosa Education (September 3, 2007)

Pages: 64 pages

ePUB book: 1313 kb

FB2 book: 1341 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 655

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Age: 9 and up Hook struggling readers with high-interest, low-readability nonfiction stories using Extreme Places in grades 4 and up. This 64-page book focuses on reading skills, such as determining the author’s purpose, defining vocabulary, making predictions, and identifying details.

Age: 9 and up Hook struggling readers with high-interest, low-readability nonfiction stories using Extreme Places in grades 4 and up. This 64-page book focuses on reading skills, such as determining the author’s purpose, defining vocabulary, making predictions, and identifying details, synonyms, antonyms, and figures of speech. It includes multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and true/false questions short-answer writing practice and comprehension questions in standardized test format. Students stay interested, build confidence, and discover that reading can be fun! Год: 2007

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One great place to start with struggling readers is nonfiction

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Friendly and informative, these high-interest stories focus on diverse Americans who have made significant .

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Hook struggling readers with high-interest, low-readability nonfiction stories using Extreme Places in grades 4 and up.

Hook struggling readers with high-interest, low-readability nonfiction stories using Extreme Places in grades 4 and up. This 64-page book focuses on reading skills, such as determining the author’s purpose, defining vocabulary, making predictions, and identifying details, synonyms, antonyms, and figures of speech. It includes multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and true/false questions; short-answer writing practice; and comprehension questions in standardized test format. Students stay interested, build confidence, and discover that reading can be fun!