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Informational (nonfiction), 1,238 words, Level T (Grade 3), Lexile 1020L
From gigantic apes to alien spacecrafts, special effects help to create images on screen that make scenes more believable and entertain audiences of all ages. Types of special effects are discussed in relation to their evolution in the movie industry. Photographs, illustrations, and timelines support the text.
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Compare and Contrast : Identify details to compare and contrast different types of special effects
Grammar and Mechanics
Commas : Identify and use commas in a series
Compound Words : Identify and create closed compound words
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