Six-Way Paragraphs in the Content Areas: Humanities, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics: Introductory Level


Six-Way Paragraphs in the Content Areas teaches the essential skills and techniques needed to organize, understand, and apply information in four general categories: the humanities, social studies, science, and mathematics.
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Six-Way Paragraphs in the Content Areas teaches the essential skills and techniques needed to organize, understand, and apply information in four general categories: the humanities, social studies, science, and mathematics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780809203710
  • Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
  • Publication date: 8/1/2000
  • Edition description: Student
  • Pages: 217
  • Sales rank: 705,074
  • Age range: 9 - 13 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

To the Student
To the Teacher
Orchestra Basics
Getting Help with Math
History: What It Is, What It Means
Elements of Fiction
Visualizing Percents
The Common Cold
The Roman Army
Are We There Yet?
Kinds of Art
What Is Geography?
Water for Life
Appreciating Poetry
Brain Cells
The Caves of Lascaux
Sea Turdes
The Tangram Puzzle
The Work of an Architect
A Separation of Powers
Calculators and Repeating Decimals
Capital of the Inca Empire
The Earliest Theater
Will Roman Numerals Return?
What Is Social Studies?
Identifying the Danaus Plexippus
What Michelangelo Did 56
The Digits of Pi
The Fertile Crescent
"I Will Fight No More Forever"
Some Kinds of Poetry
"Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally"
Seed Plants
What Is Sociology?
Religious Theater?
The Oldest Math Puzzle
Lights in the Night Sky
Tropical Rain Forests
Four Out of Five Doctors Recommend...
The Basics of Weather
An Earthquake's Effect on Japan
Not All Pyramids Are Square
Novels Then and Now
Forces and Motion
A Marvel of Engineering
Numbers with Personality
Building with the Arch
A Balanced Diet
What Did Confucius Say?
A Raisin in the Sun
The "Right" Angle
What Is Anthropology?
A Theorem Most Proved
Basics of Opera
What Do the Fossils Tell Us?
Distances and Light Years
DNA Identification
Renaissance: A Rebirth of Thinking
Slicing a Cone
Latin Dances
What Is Political Science?
Sherlock Holmes Solves aMath Problem
Epic Poems
The Scientific Method
Bessie Coleman, Determined Pilot
The Fastest Answer
Science Fiction
Sources of Energy
What Is Psychology?
Working with Interest Rates
The Man from Stratford
Scientific Classification System
The First Written Records
The Bridges of Konigsberg
Arts and Crafts Houses
The Better Buy
The Beginnings of Democracy
The Founder of Modern Dance
Cell Structure
Bits and Bytes
The Unmaking of an Anthropology Myth
Mexican Muralists
The Human Body
Shapes That Cover
Chinese Waterways
Singing the Blues
Animal Behavior
Using Exchange Rates
Fewer Births, Longer Lives
A Controversial Novel
Why Equations Don't Have Answers
Answer Keys
Diagnostic Charts
Progress Graphs
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