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"Although the beauty and diversity of reef species may appear as marvelous decoration, this biodiversity is important for the survival of the reef community. The various ecological, or functional, roles performed by different species provide a degree of social security enabling the reef community as a whole to sustain itself through time."--From book jacket.
Describes the formation of coral reefs and the plant and animal life that lives in and around them.
"Welcome to the coral reef--a giant city under the sea. Here you'll discover how tiny coral polyps form stony skeletons that become large 'buildings' rising up from the ocean floor. You'll also find out how clownfish, parrotfish, and other colorful residents depend on the reef--and on one another--to survive"--P. [4] of cover.
The Guided Reading: Visualize resource book for third and fourth grades features 36 readers—six sets of two each for below-, on-, and above-level student readers. Filled with charts and photos, it enhances group lessons with informational text about flight, storms, sports, Egypt, coral, and more. Guided Reading: Visualize provides you with a comprehensive guided reading resource. This book includes: -discussion guides -leveled readers with intriguing topics -prompts to encourage students to work with the text and text features -graphic organizers and an observation sheet Separated into three readability levels, informational readers capture students’ attention with appealing topics, graphic charts, colorful photos, and detailed maps. Students are encouraged to apply guided reading strategies to the text and complete writing prompts to reflect on what they learned. The 12-book Ready to Go: Guided Reading series for grades 1–6 helps you with guided reading organization by providing an all-in-one set. These 80-page reading comprehension resource books feature three reproducible pages, six discussion guides, and 36 readers. Each grade span includes four books, focusing on the following comprehension strategies: -Analyze -Determine Importance -Synthesize -Visualize These resource books contain short nonfiction texts and text features such as photographs, charts, maps, and callout boxes to keep students interested in reading.
Jeremy Dodge knew the Earth would face starvation if it were not for the new science of ""aquaculture."" With the world's population numbering many billions, only the extra food being cultivated on the bottom of the sea could feed everyone. But, like the rest of the surface-dwellers, Jeremy did not know what a vicious monopoly underwater cultivation had become. That is, until the dreadful moment when he himself was kidnaped and dragged beneath the depths. And there he was to learn that just making his own escape would not be enough-he would have to save mankind from the tyranny of a new race of water-breathing human monsters!
"Introduces coral reefs to young readers, including sturcture, life cycle, habitat, and other animals plants that live there"--
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