Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options.
Students will learn academic and content-area vocabulary related to using maps by reading, speaking, listening, and writing about political maps, physical maps, road maps, and natural resource maps. High-interest text with engaging photographs and diagrams provide structured and scaffolded support for all language levels. Students will read closely, think critically, and cite evidence to answer the focus question: Why do people use different types of maps?
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