This science and social studies leveled reader assists in connecting content areas to reading and language arts. It supports comprehension skills and critical thinking skills with visuals and content. The Teacher's Annotated Edition contains the answer key.
About a quarter of the people in the world today speak or use English. In homes and schools, offices and meeting rooms, ships and airports, people are speaking English... How has this happened? How did English begin, and what will become of it in the future? The history of the English language is a journey through space and time, from thousands of years ago to today and beyond, and to all parts of the world. Come on that journey and meet the monks and soldiers, the kings and scientists, the printers, poets, and travellers who have helped to make the English of today.
Sue Dickson Oo, tion, gh. (Raceway steps 26BC, 27) The series consists of 17 phonetic, full-color storybooks which cover all 36 steps, providing immediate, rewarding reinforcement for the decoding skill just learned.
Taste and Other Tales Penguin Graded Readers (Level 5) Anyone interested in Roland Dahl, the author of 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' will love these short stories that all have a surprise ending or twist.
When Charlie Babbitt's father dies, he thinks he will inherit a lot of money. However, the money goes to someone Charlie doesn't know, someone who lives in a hospital and turns out to be the brother that Charlie never knew he had.
When her father dies, Aku-nna and her young brother have no one to look after them. They are welcomed by their uncle because of Aku-nna's 'bride price' - the money that her future husband will pay for her. In her new, strange home one man is kind to her and teaches her to become a woman. Soon they are in love, although everyone says he is not a suitable husband for her. The more the world tries to separate them, the more they are drawn together - until, finally, something has to break.
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It is not always easy to be famous. And for a famous, beautiful princess like Diana, life was certainly very difficult at times. She was just twenty years old when she married Prince Charles, and from that moment millions of people around the world watched every move she made. And so did the photographers, who followed her everywhere - even on that terrible night in Paris when Diana's young life ended. stage 1 - 400 headwords