This Science Literacy Bundle includes the following 61 articles:
Ecosystems Bundle (8 Articles)
•Energy Flow in Ecosystems
•Biotic and Abiotic Factors
Force and Motion Bundle (7 Articles)
•Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
Chemistry Bundle (7 Articles)
•Chemical Formulas and Equations
•Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
•Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids
•Periodic Table of Elements
•Physical and Chemical Changes
Safety and Scientific Method Bundle (4 Articles)
•Science Lab Tools and Equipment
•Safety Rules and Procedures
Energy Bundle (6 Articles)
•Forms of Energy
•Heat Transfer - Conduction, Convection, and Radiation
•Potential and Kinetic Energy
Earth Bundle (8 Articles)
•Layers of the Earth
•Properties of Minerals
•Rocks and the Rock Cycle
Space Bundle (10 Articles)
•Asteroids, Meteors, and Comets
•Hertzsprung-Russell (H-R) Diagram
•Life Cycle of Stars
Structure of Life Bundle (7 Articles)
•Plant and Animal Cells
•Kingdoms of Life
•Characteristics of Organisms
•Levels of Organization
•Inherited and Acquired Traits
•Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
Weather Bundle (4 Articles)
•Ocean Currents and Convection
•Weather Maps and Instruments
•Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition
This bundle includes the following with each article:
-2 Versions of each Science Literacy Article (Regular and Modified)
-Student Question Companion Sheet (Editable and PDF)
-Answer Key (Editable and PDF)
-Suggestions for Use
Science Literacy Article Suggestions for Use
1. Use to improve literacy and/or as a cross-curricular activity.
2. Use to reinforce key science concepts.
3. Use to teach/demonstrate important reading strategies.
4. Use as class notes and/or class reviews.
5. Use as an extra emergency substitute plan.
6. Use as a short quiz, assessment, or checkpoint.
7. Use in small groups, pullouts, or tutorials.
8. Use as a homework assignment.
This resource comes with a regular version and a modified version of the articles. A fully editable companion question document and answer key are also included. You may choose to print the articles as class sets or allow your students to make notes, highlight, underline, and show various other strategies.