eBook California Science Grade 5 English Learner Teacher's Guide download
by Jo-Ann Agapito
Author: Jo-Ann Agapito
Publisher: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill (January 1, 2007)
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ISBN 13: 9780022859763. California Science Grade 5 English Learner Teacher's Guide. ISBN 10: 0022859764 ISBN 13: 9780022859763.
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California Science Leveled Readers can be used to complement core programs or as the main materials in daily instruction. These readers help teachers to meet all learning needs by building fluency and independence for every student, extending key themes and concepts, providing practice and the application of reading skills and strategies, and supporting small-group instruction. Leveled below, on, and above level, these nonfiction books help all learners build fluency, independence, and motivation for lifelong reading success
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