These titles utilize a high-interest, magazine-like design and approach to teach science in a way that appeals to teens. Digestible chunks of information, along with clear introductions and summaries of important content in each chapter, encourage reluctant and struggling readers to approach, read, and learn important, tested science content. Each title take son a key area of content found in U.S. national science content curriculum standards and delivers that information using colorful illustrations, photos, quizzes, charts, and graphs.
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