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Discover the rich history of Georgia state in this series that promotes content literacy in the four strands of social studies: history, civics, geography, and economics. This extensive set comes with high-interest nonfiction readers with the common theme of Georgia state studies. The People of Georgia set focuses on biographies of significant Georgians throughout history, including Sequoyah, James Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, Mary Musgrove, Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Robinson, and Jimmy Carter.
Students can become discouraged with social studies texts that are dense with complex concepts and difficult academic vocabulary words. Teachers can keep students engaged with this kit that features full-color images and illustrations, highlighting primary source documents at a level that students can understand. Books in this series are appropriately-leveled for below-level and above-level readers.
The kit comes with digital resources including PDF versions and Interactive e-Books of each title, as well as student reproducible pages. This set equips teachers throughout the units with differentiation strategies, standards-based social studies lessons, tools to accommodate every type of learner, and assessment opportunities. This comprehensive series connects to Georgia Standards of Excellence, WIDA, and NCSS/C3 framework.
This kit includes six copies of eight biographical titles that focus on the people of Georgia:
This kit also includes six copies of eight titles that highlight important aspects of Georgia's history: