Have you ever heard of El Ni-o and wondered what it was? Read this book to find out about El Ni-o, along with other ocean currents, and how they affect the climate and the people around the world. Includes a glossary of bold-faced vocabulary words, reading activities, an index of terms, and an answer key. Readers Advance is a series of full-color nonfiction science readers designed to address the challenges of reading in a content area. Each student book is written around a single science concept. Each full-color reader focuses on a popular science topic currently being taught at each grade level. The reading skills focus on the most important skills that students need as they enter their middle-school years: high-utility sight words, phonics, structural analysis, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. These carefully selected skills are introduced in a three-tiered approach so the teacher can use direct teaching and guided/coaching teaching strategies to help make students become confident independent readers. These three approaches are based on best-practice instruction.El NiApo in Spanish means aLittle Boya or aChrist Child.a The fishermen chose the name because El NiApo often occurs near Christmas time. The El NiApo Current is just one example of how ocean currents can affect people around the world.
|Title||:||Ocean Currents and El Niño|
|Publisher||:||Carson-Dellosa Publishing - 2013-01-29|