Reading Math: High Intermediate 5 - 6 9780078742293
Strategic instruction in content area reading for both ELLs and native speakers.

This series helps English language learners master the academic vocabulary that is the cornerstone of understanding content-area texts. With content that is engaging and written at a level that is not frustrating, this exciting new series focuses on core reading strategies successful readers use in content-area courses. Special attention is paid to both conceptual vocabulary and general academic words that are needed in any content-area course.

  • Reading Level 3-4, 4-5, & 5-6
Reading Math: High Intermediate

Reading Math: High Intermediate

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Grade Levels: 5 - 6
MHID: 0078742293 |  ISBN 13: 9780078742293
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New Features

Content-Area Skills and Strategies include:

  • Accessing prior knowledge
  • Content-area vocabulary
  • Academic English
  • Language connection
  • Content connection
  • Organizing ideas
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Recalling facts
  • Understanding ideas
  • Recognizing words in context
  • Distinguishing fact from opinion
  • Making inferences
  • Understanding main ideas
  • Personal response
  • Expanding vocabulary
  • Writing in response to reading
  • Real-world reading
  • Talk it over

Reading Math: High Intermediate

To the Student

Pronunciation Key


The Geometry of Earth

Starting a Christmas Tree Farm

Math in the Kitchen

The Math of Human Resources

Saving with Compound Interest

Vocabulary Assessment 1-5

Supply and Demand at a Factory

Olympic Scoring Systems

Lewis Carroll's Games

Comparing Climates by Temperature

What is Geometry?

Vocabulary Assessment 6-10

Calculating Probability

Symmetry in Art

Life Expectancy

Rhythm in Thai Classical Music

The Oil Problem: Produce or Conserve?

Vocabulary Assessment 11-15


Personal Dictionary