World Works?: Volume 1, Levels F-H

Paperback | August 13, 2007

byMcGraw-Hill Education

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World Works™ brings the world to life for your students! These high-interest, non-fiction selections cover a variety of topics capturing the attention of adolescent readers. Each four-colour, consumable book of the 6-book series features nine informational articles focused on how things work. Each unit within a book covers one of the following topics; Everyday Things, Law, Health, Food, Technology, or Nature. All categories are covered at each reading level. Each article answers the question, "How Does it Work?“ Each informational article includes a graph, chart, or diagram, along with after-reading critical-thinking questions on interpreting charts and graphs.

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World Works™ brings the world to life for your students! These high-interest, non-fiction selections cover a variety of topics capturing the attention of adolescent readers. Each four-colour, consumable book of the 6-book series features nine informational articles focused on how things work. Each unit within a book covers one of the f...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:10 × 7.7 × 0.2 inPublished:August 13, 2007Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0078780209

ISBN - 13:9780078780202

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Table of Contents

To the Student

How to Use This Book

Unit One, LAW ENFORCEMENT

Forensics: What the Clues Say

Cybercrime: Criminals on the Internet

Police Sketch Artists: The Art of Fighting Crime

Compare and Contrast

Unit Two, HEALTH

Aspirin: The Wonder Drug

Infectious Diseases: Bugs You Don't Want to Catch

Anthrax: Rare but Deadly

Compare and Contrast

Unit Three, EVERYDAY THINGS

Plastic: Part of Everyday Life

Hybrid Cars: The Drive Toward a Solution

Landfills: Let's Talk Trash

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