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Teaching Science Through Trade Books

 
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Teaching Science Through Trade Books

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Summary: December 3, 2012, Web Seminar Recorded Archive

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Teaching Science Through Trade Books 12-3-2012.ppt

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Summary: Web Seminar PowerPoint Presentation

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Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12: Books Published in 2006

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Summary: Apples and oranges… and lychees and loquats—how can one compare? That’s the challenge when a team of NSTA’s best science educators attempt to select the best of each year’s science trade books. It’s been 34 years since NSTA joined forces with the Children’s...

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Teaching Through Trade Books: Antarctic Adaptations

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Summary: Penguins! This month’s Teaching Through Trade Books column celebrates those tuxedo-clad birds that have come to symbolize winter and provides students with the opportunity to investigate adaptations that help penguins survive in their environment. Activities...

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Teaching through Trade Books: Dealing with Data

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Summary: The elementary classroom is full of opportunities to collect and organize information—or data—of all kinds. This article suggests two trade books that help children explore concepts of measurement. A background section and data-gathering activities for...

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Teaching Through Trade Books: Taking Note of Natural Resources

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Summary: The idea of “going green” or being aware of and reducing our impact on natural resources is receiving a lot of attention these days. Schools are starting to employ “green” practices and are soliciting help from the students to be aware of and help reduce...