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  • Language Arts

    • Seeing Both Sides (6)

      • TV, Yes or No
        TV, Yes or No

        TV, Yes or No

        Picou, Lin

        Have you ever had a discussion with your parents about how much TV is okay for you to watch, or maybe what types of programs may or may not be such a great idea? This title gives insight into both sides of this sometimes touchy subject. Turn off the remote to find out about the dos and don'ts's of too much TV! This title will allow students to describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text. • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Text based questions • Table of contents and headings

      • Pink Toys, Yes or No
        Pink Toys, Yes or No

        Pink Toys, Yes or No

        Lin Picou

        Is the color pink only for girls? Who says so? Learn all about the array of color options for both boys and girls. From picking a toy, to choosing an article of clothing, or just simply picking a crayon or marker, this colorful book will discuss why pink is not just for girls! This title will allow students to identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe. • Text based questions • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Table of contents and headings

      • Recycling, Yes or No
        Recycling, Yes or No

        Recycling, Yes or No

        Palmer, Erin

        Does your family recycle? People create a lot of garbage that can clutter landfills. Recycled items can be made into many new and different things, but sometimes the cost and pollution of transporting these items and the toxic fumes recycling plants put off can be harmful to the environment. Next time you take out the trash, think about it and make your own choice! This title will allow students to describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text. • Text based questions • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Table of contents and headings

      • School Uniforms, Yes or No
        School Uniforms, Yes or No

        School Uniforms, Yes or No

        Carole, Bonnie

        Do you wear a school uniform? They can prevent you from having to decide what to wear every day, but they can also make you feel like everyone looks the same. It’s nice to be able to dress the way you want and show your own individual style, but it’s also nice to get a few extra minutes of sleep not having to worry about what you are going to wear. This title will allow students to identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a text. • Text based questions • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Table of contents and headings

      • Video Games, Yes or No
        Video Games, Yes or No

        Video Games, Yes or No

        Palmer, Erin

        After a long day of school it’s nice to be able to come home and play your favorite video game, but could too much game time be helpful or harmful? It might keep you from getting the exercise you need, interacting with friends and family, or completing your homework. Put the game control down and think about it. You decide! This title will allow students to determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea. • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Text based questions • Table of contents and headings

      • Junk Food, Yes or No
        Junk Food, Yes or No

        Junk Food, Yes or No

        Carole, Bonnie

        What is junk food and how much should you be eating? Sure, chips and candy taste great but healthy snacks like fresh fruits and veggies can be better for your overall health. Trying to maintain a balance between the two can be hard but in the end the choices you make can make you feel great! Think about it next time you reach for a quick snack and ask yourself, should I or shouldn’t I? This title will allow students to identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a text. • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Text based questions • Table of contents and headings

    • Seeing Both Sides (6)

      • TV, Yes or No
        TV, Yes or No

        TV, Yes or No

        Lin Picou

        Have you ever had a discussion with your parents about how much TV is okay for you to watch, or maybe what types of programs may or may not be such a great idea? This title gives insight into both sides of this sometimes touchy subject. Turn off the remote to find out about the dos and don’ts of too much TV! This title will allow students to describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text. • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Text based questions • Table of contents and headings

      • Pink Toys, Yes or No
        Pink Toys, Yes or No

        Pink Toys, Yes or No

        Lin Picou

        Is the color pink only for girls? Who says so? Learn all about the array of color options for both boys and girls. From picking a toy, to choosing an article of clothing, or just simply picking a crayon or marker, this colorful book will discuss why pink is not just for girls! This title will allow students to identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe. • Text based questions • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Table of contents and headings

      • Recycling, Yes or No
        Recycling, Yes or No

        Recycling, Yes or No

        Erin Palmer

        Does your family recycle? People create a lot of garbage that can clutter landfills. Recycled items can be made into many new and different things, but sometimes the cost and pollution of transporting these items and the toxic fumes recycling plants put off can be harmful to the environment. Next time you take out the trash, think about it and make your own choice! This title will allow students to describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text. • Text based questions • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Table of contents and headings

      • School Uniforms, Yes or No
        School Uniforms, Yes or No

        School Uniforms, Yes or No

        Bonnie Carole

        Do you wear a school uniform? They can prevent you from having to decide what to wear every day, but they can also make you feel like everyone looks the same. It’s nice to be able to dress the way you want and show your own individual style, but it’s also nice to get a few extra minutes of sleep not having to worry about what you are going to wear. This title will allow students to identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a text. • Text based questions • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Table of contents and headings

      • Video Games, Yes or No
        Video Games, Yes or No

        Video Games, Yes or No

        Erin Palmer

        After a long day of school it’s nice to be able to come home and play your favorite video game, but could too much game time be helpful or harmful? It might keep you from getting the exercise you need, interacting with friends and family, or completing your homework. Put the game control down and think about it. You decide! This title will allow students to determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea. • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Text based questions • Table of contents and headings

      • Junk Food, Yes or No
        Junk Food, Yes or No

        Junk Food, Yes or No

        Bonnie Carole

        What is junk food and how much should you be eating? Sure, chips and candy taste great but healthy snacks like fresh fruits and veggies can be better for your overall health. Trying to maintain a balance between the two can be hard but in the end the choices you make can make you feel great! Think about it next time you reach for a quick snack and ask yourself, should I or shouldn’t I? This title will allow students to identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a text. • Bold keywords with phonetic glossary • Text based questions • Table of contents and headings

    • Seeing Both Sides (8)

      • Homework, Yes or No
        Homework, Yes or No

        Homework, Yes or No

        Everett, Reese

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • Reciting the Pledge, Yes or No
        Reciting the Pledge, Yes or No

        Reciting the Pledge, Yes or No

        Everett, Reese

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • Smartphones in Class, Yes or No
        Smartphones in Class, Yes or No

        Smartphones in Class, Yes or No

        Everett, Reese

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • Class Parties, Yes or No
        Class Parties, Yes or No

        Class Parties, Yes or No

        Everett, Reese

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • School Dances, Yes or No
        School Dances, Yes or No

        School Dances, Yes or No

        Palmer, Erin

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • Summer School, Yes or No
        Summer School, Yes or No

        Summer School, Yes or No

        Palmer, Erin

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • Learning a Second Language, Yes or No
        Learning a Second Language, Yes or No

        Learning a Second Language, Yes or No

        Walker, Kevin

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

      • Field Trips, Yes or No
        Field Trips, Yes or No

        Field Trips, Yes or No

        Walker, Kevin

        This introduction to opinion writing serves as a mentor text to students learning to express their own opinions in persuasive essays and other opinion-based writing assignments using topics relevant to students as examples. Both sides of the debate are explored equally. Includes writing prompts.

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