Phillis Wheatley ebook
Guided Rd. Level T
Interest Level 3-6
Introduce students to the life of Phillis Wheatley, the first African American to have a book published in the United States. Students will explore the author's early years in the colonies where she learned to read and write and her life with the Wheatleys. This inspiring Spanish biography breathes life into the pages of history with primary source documents featuring images of what life was like during her time. Features include:
- Build content-area knowledge across multiple social studies disciplines
- Text features such as a glossary, index, captions, sidebars, and table of contents increase comprehension and build academic vocabulary
- Culminating activity challenges students to apply what they have learned in an interactive way
- Your Turn! activity extends learning
- Read and Respond provides post-reading questions that develop critical thinking
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