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  • The Man Who Changed the World interactive eBook
SKU: PL-6358-EB

The Man Who Changed the World interactive eBook

$9.95
  • Product Type: Interactive Reader
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  • ISBN: 978-1-61391-046-7
  • Grade: 3 - 8
  • Guided Reading Level: S
  • DESCRIPTION
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DESCRIPTION

This downloadable interactive eBook file provides you with a zip file including a PC and MAC installer, which guides you through the installation process. This file is approximately 58 MB, so download times vary depending on your internet connection and computer speed. Download step-by-step instructions.

From a very young age, Albert Einstein questioned the world around him. Albert didn't have the easiest life. He didn't have power, strength, or a lot of money. Yet he still managed to change the world. So how did he do it?

CSI Chapters interactive eBooks operate within a unique digital interface, with tools specifically designed for use during strategy-based lessons. The interface is an easy-to-use and powerful tool for explicit teaching and learning of comprehension strategies, vocabulary, and metacognition. See a sample of a CSI Chapters interactive eBook.

Interactive eBooks are Whiteboard enabled and feature:

  • Video clips
  • Pop-up glossaries
  • Easy navigation tools
  • Built-in annotation tools
  • Printable teacher support notes

CSI Chapters is a leveled collection of 25 original chapter books that are designed to accelerate comprehension development, vocabulary acquisition, and content literacy. Geared toward Grades 3-8, the titles vary in length from 24 pages to 32 pages. The fiction titles include financial literacy themes, science fiction, and realistic fiction. The nonfiction titles are designed to support students’ reading comprehension across science, math, and social studies as well as general nonfiction. Using a metacognitive learning approach to support and scaffold students, CSI Chapters gives students the confidence and skills needed to tackle any text.

Series CSI Chapters
F/NF Nonfiction
Subject English Language Arts
Grade Level 4
Guided Reading Level S
Media Interactive e-book
Text Type/Genre Biography/Graphic Novel
Theme/Topic History/Science
Authors Tony Burnett
Page Count 28
Key Vocabulary Adolf Hitler, invention, mass, proof, salary, university
Copyright 2011
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SPECIFICATIONS
Author Tony Burnett
Fiction/Nonfiction Nonfiction

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