Reading Social Studies High Beginning Student Edition

Paperback | January 24, 2006

byMcGraw-Hill Education

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This series helps English language learners master the academic vocabulary that is the cornerstone of understanding content-area texts. With content that is engaging and written at a level that is not frustrating, this exciting new series focuses on core reading strategies successful readers use in content-area courses. Special attention is paid to both conceptual vocabulary and general academic words that are needed in any content-area course.

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This series helps English language learners master the academic vocabulary that is the cornerstone of understanding content-area texts. With content that is engaging and written at a level that is not frustrating, this exciting new series focuses on core reading strategies successful readers use in content-area courses. Special attenti...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:140 pages, 10.8 × 8.6 × 0.4 inPublished:January 24, 2006Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0078742331

ISBN - 13:9780078742330

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Table of Contents

To the Student

Pronunciation Key

Lessons

The Father of Our Country

The Native Americans' Canoes

How the U.S. Mint Makes Coins

Farming Today

Learning in a One-Room Schoolhouse

Vocabulary Assessment 1-5

The Traditional Kimono of Japan

What Does Folklore Tell Us?

How the City of Angels Was Born

The Nile River in Ancient Egypt

What Is an Entrepreneur?

Vocabulary Assessment 6-10

The Power of Monarchs in England

The Inuit: People of the Cold

The First Voyage of Columbus

How to Become a History Teacher

East Meets West on the Silk Road

Vocabulary Assessment 11-15

Symbols of Patriotism

Henry Ford and the Assembly Line

The Spanish-American War

The Planning of Washington, D.C.

The Mound Builders

Vocabulary Assessment 16-20

Glossary

Personal Dictionary