Teach environmental studies and global warming in the inclusive classroom with these unique informational books. Available in two reading levels with identical covers, so striving readers do not feel qsingled out, q each title methodically explains the tough problems faced by our planet plus solutions large and small. Features include: Reading level 3 books are Fountas-Pinnell level O, P, and Q; reading level 6 books are Fountas-Pinnell level W. Scientific terms are defined in context. Identical dramatic four-color covers (back cover band identifies books that are lower level). Teacher's Guides with reproducible activities allow students to work from either text. Glossary defines difficult terms. qDid You Know?q sections contain interesting facts. End-of-book qFacts a Figuresq section summarizes critical information. The index takes students directly to topics of interest.Logging, land clearing, and forest fires are responsible for this loss of forests. ... is brought about by the following: ac Cutting forests and woodlands for farmland or development ac Cattle ranching ac Commercial logging ac Cutting trees for firewood What can we do? ... The energy absorbed by forests helps to form convection currents in the air. Convection currents are caused by the rising and falling of hot air.
|Title||:||Global Warming Reading Level 3|
|Author||:||Saddleback Educational Publishing|
|Publisher||:||Saddleback Educational Publishing - 2010-09-01|