Killer Lipstick: And Other Spy Gadgets

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Franklin Watts, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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- Background information to build content-area knowledge including: Scientific timelines, words to know, job descriptions, and seminal cases
- Chapter Summaries and questions that recap the evidence: You're The Medical Examiner
- Reading Cues and Clues: Prompts, call-outs, highlighted words, diagrams, and primary sources
- Field Guides and Tools: Bone Guides, Parasite Guides, Ghost-Hunter Technology, Spy gadgets
- Cool, bold, graphic design: CSI-like real-time graphic organizers
- Critical thinking and analysis: the Science behind identifying who, what, when, where, why
Curriculum Standards: Grades 5-8 and 9-12 Science Standards
Science as Inquiry
- Identify questions and concepts that guide scientific investigations.
- Recognize and analyze alternative explanations and models.
- Communicate and defend a scientific argument.
- Results of scientific inquiry emerge from different types of investigations and public communication among scientists.
Science and Technology
- Communicate the problem, process, and solution
- Scientists use different methods of investigation, and accept different types of evidence to support their explanations.

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Don Rauf is the editor of Careers and Colleges, a magazine for high school juniors and seniors, and he helped write the Career Ideas for Teens series for Facts on File and Checkmark Books. He has published articles in Seventeen, Nick Jr., Young Entrepreneur, and many other youth-oriented publications. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

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