Fire Fire

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Fire is a source of heat and light that has been used by people in different ways for thousands of years. This book explores what fire is, how it can be used, the dangers of fire, and how people can keep safe from fire.
Features of the Fire Fire Book – Legends about fire, – Historical information, – Statistical information, – Specialised vocabulary – bellow, ember, generate, source, fuel, oxygen, smelt, Purpose Fire! Fire! can be used to introduce and reinforce the following skills and understandings: – asking questions of the text, – retrieving and classifying the information in a text, – using electronic media for further research, – exploring homophones, – writing a report that has an organisational structure, – understanding that fire is a source of heat and light.
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Themes covered in this book are: Science and Technology, History, Physical Science

Reading Level:21-22 (Gold)

Book dimensions 19cm x 13cm; 32 pages

AuthorBill Gaynor

SeriesSkyrider Investigations

Year Level3

Fiction/NonfictionNon-fiction

Guided Reading Level22

GenreExplanation | Report

Theme/TopicHistory | Physical Science | Science and Technology

Strategy/SkillsAsking questions | Information skills | Using texts as models for own writing | Vocabulary and word study

Page Count32

ISBN0

Dimensions190x130mm