You Are There! March on Washington, August 28, 1963 ebook
Guided Rd. Level Y
Interest Level 5-12
On August 28, 1963, some 250,000 people came together in the name of equality for African Americans. They marched peacefully from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial in the hope of spreading their message to the nation and the world. It was a momentous, triumphant, and historic day in the United States. Featuring TIME content, this nonfiction e-book builds critical literacy skills while engaging students and enriching content-area instruction. Developed by Timothy Rasinski-a leading expert in reading research-this purposefully leveled text guides students to increased fluency and comprehension of nonfiction text. The complex text structure adds rigor and allows students to delve deeply into the subject matter. The images support the text in abstract ways to challenge students to think more deeply about the topics and develop their higher-order thinking skills.
Informational text features include a table of contents, sidebars, captions, bold font, an extensive glossary, and a detailed index to further understanding and build academic vocabulary. The Reader's Guide and Try It! culminating activity require students to connect back to the text, and provide opportunities for further language-development activities. Aligned with state standards, this text connects with McREL, WIDA/TESOL standards and prepares students for college and career.
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