Migration

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Have you ever moved from your home to a new home? Animals and people move around all the time. Sometimes they move short distances and at other times they move far away. This long distance movement is often described as migration. Why do animals and people migrate? Where do they go and why? How do they get there? What can migration tell us about our history and the world around us?

Additional information

Page Count:

24

NextGen Science:

3-LS2-1

TEKS:

TEKS§110.5(b)(6), TEKS§110.5(b)(8), TEKS§110.5(b)(3), TEKS§110.5(b)(10)

Word Count:

713

Belongs to Set:

Advanced Fluency 1 Non-Fiction Set A

Fiction or Non-Fiction:

Non-Fiction

Genre:

Explanation

Guided Reading Level:

P

Reading Recovery Level:

23

Lexile Measure:

1000L

DRA Level:

30

Author:

Suzette Toms

ISBN - Standard Edition

9781776540181

ISBN - US Edition

9781776540181

Artifact Tags:

Picture/Text Correlation, Punctuation and Mechanics, Word repetition, Cause and effect, Subject-specific vocabulary, Aquatic animals, Dialogue, Life cycle, Moving, Natural Disasters, Seasons, Spanish language, Unusual animal facts

Keywords:

course, decide, force, might, reason, safe, search, travel

Common Core State Standards:

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.7, CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.6, CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.4, CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.3, CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.1

CKLA:

G2-D6

Core Knowledge Language Art:

G2 – Immigration, G2 – Cycles in Nature

EL Education Alignment:

4-2 Animal Defense Mechanisms

International Baccalaureate:

9 – People On The Move