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Immigrating to America (Read Along or Enhanced eBook)


January 29, 2022

Book Details

This engaging primary source book dives into history to explore immigration during the twentieth century. Learn about the journey millions of immigrants faced trying to seek freedom and better lives in the United States. These people helped shape the country's languages, traditions, politics, and economy. This book builds content knowledge across multiple social studies disciplines. The text features include a Reader's Guide, side bars, table of contents, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. The Your Turn! activity extends learning and challenges students to use higher-order thinking skills. The leveled text accommodates below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This book is perfect for projects and reports and great for homeschool, learning at-home, or classroom libraries. Aligns to state standards and readies students for college and career. Learn about Ellis Island, Angel Island, and the significance of the Statue of Liberty. The engaging photos, interesting primary sources, and fascinating side bars will keep students reading cover-to-cover.

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