Looking At Light

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In Looking At Light the reader learns without light, there would be no colour and plants couldn’t grow. In fact, there would be no life on Earth at all! How is light created? How fast can it travel? What does light have to do with colour? Find all the answers in this book. Looking At Lightexamines the importance of light, where light comes from, how it travels, and how it provides the source of all colour. Features of the Book – Historical and scientific information, – Specialised vocabulary, – Labelled diagrams and tables, – Scientific theme. Purpose Looking at Light can be used to introduce and reinforce the following skills and understandings: – using a glossary to explore specialised vocabulary, – Synthesising information from text and visual sources, – using text features to locate information, – exploring the properties of light

Themes covered in this book are: Earth Science, History, Scientific Investigation

Reading Level:29-30 (Sapphire)

AuthorBill Gaynor

SeriesSkyrider Investigations

Year Level4

Fiction/NonfictionNon-fiction

Guided Reading Level29

GenreExplanation

Theme/TopicEarth Science | History | Scientific Investigation

Strategy/SkillsPrior knowledge | Text structure | Using graphic sources | vocabulary and word

Page Count32

ISBN0

Dimensions190x130mm