Sixth Grade Unit 3

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1. What are the components of literature text?
  b. This means I can compare and contrast literature texts and the media versions of the same stories.
    Subject Title Series
Literature Bridge to Terabithia Wonderwork Premiere Children's Literature
Literature Bud, Not Buddy All About the Book!
Literature Charlotte's Web
Literature Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure
Literature Christmas Carol
Literature Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 1) Disney's Timeless Tales
Literature Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 2) Disney's Timeless Tales
Literature Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 3) Disney's Timeless Tales
Literature Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Literature Holes All About the Book!
Literature Homeward Bound
Literature Jack and the Beanstalk Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Literature Julie of the Wolves All About the Book!
Literature Little Red Hen
Literature Man Without a Country
Literature Maniac Magee All About the Book!
Literature Mouse and the Motorcycle
Literature My Fair Lady
Literature Number the Stars All About the Book!
Literature Old Yeller Disney
Literature Old Yeller  (Short Version) Disney
Literature Ralph S. Mouse
Literature Ralph S. Mouse …and More Exciting Animal Adventure Stories Storybook Treasures
Literature Rip Van Winkle Barnard Wilets Literature
Literature Runaway Ralph
Literature Secret Garden
Literature Shiloh All About the Book!
Literature Sleeping Beauty Fairy Tale Classics
Literature Sylvester and the Magic Pebble
Literature The Cat in the Hat Dr. Seuss
Literature The Giver All About the Book!
Literature The Great Mouse Detective Disney Classics
Literature The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia
Literature The Selfish Giant Draw Me a Story
Literature The Sword in the Stone Disney's Classics Fairy Tales
Literature The Velveteen Rabbit Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Literature Three Little Pigs
Literature Treasure Island Disney
Literature Tuck Everlasting All About the Book!
Literature Ugly Duckling Hans Christian Andersen
Literature Where the Red Fern Grows
Literature Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
2. How does immigration change the culture of countries?
  b. This means I can explore and explain experiences of immigrants.
    Subject Title Series
Immigrants Arab Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Central-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Chinese Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Chinese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Citizenship and Civic Responsibilities U.S. Government: How It Works
Immigrants Early Settlers: The Era of Colonization American Heritage
Immigrants German Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Grandfather's Journey
Immigrants Greek Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants How Many Days to America: Thanksgiving Story
Immigrants Human Systems Geography for Students
Immigrants Immigration and Cultural Change United States History - Origins to 2000
Immigrants Immigration and Cultural Change United States History - Origins WWII
Immigrants Immigration to the U.S. American History for Children
Immigrants Immigration to the United States American Heritage
Immigrants Irish Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Irish-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Italian Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Japanese Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Japanese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Jewish-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Korean Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Korean-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Mexican-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Molly's Pilgrim
Immigrants Moving to America: Then and Now Our United States Collection
Immigrants Our Story: Italian-Americans in Utah
Immigrants Polish Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Immigrants Sea to Shining Sea: Stories of America Reading Rainbow Favorites
Immigrants The Age of the City Unfinished Nation II
Immigrants Vietnamese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
Immigrants Watch the Stars Come Out Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Immigrants What is An American? My America: Building a Democracy
3. How are the Sun and the Earth's tilt on it's axis related and understand the predictability of the moon phases?
  b. This means I can describe the relationship between the tilt of Earth's axis and its orbit.
    Subject Title Series
Earth's Orbit All About the Sun Space Science for Children
Earth's Orbit Earth Space Files: The Inner Solar System
Earth's Orbit Earth, Sun and Moon Astronomy
Earth's Orbit Earth's Nearest Neighbors
Earth's Orbit Earth's Rotations and Revolutions
Earth's Orbit Inner Planets: Our Rocky Neighbors Spin Around the Solar System
Earth's Orbit Planets and the Solar System Space Science in Action
Earth's Orbit Solar System: Sun and Inner Rock Planets Earth in the Universe
Earth's Orbit Studying the Solar System Space Exploration: Adi in Space
Earth's Orbit The Sun/The Planets Bill Nye the Science Guy
c. This means I can explain how the relationship of the Earth's axis and orbit around the sun produce the seasons.
  Subject Title Series
Seasons Produced All About the Earth Space Science for Children
Seasons Produced Climate and Seasons Weather Fundamentals
Seasons Produced Daylight Savings Time America's Special Days
Seasons Produced Earth Space Files: The Inner Solar System
Seasons Produced Earth, Sun and Moon Astronomy
Seasons Produced Earth's Rotations and Revolution
Seasons Produced Four Seasons Earth Science Collection Primary
Seasons Produced Seasons Kit
Seasons Produced Spring Seasons Under the Sun
d. This means I can tell how the appearance of the moon changes in a predictable cycle.
  Subject Title Series
Moon Phases A Closer Look at the Moon Space Science
Moon Phases Earth, Sun and Moon Astronomy
Moon Phases Exploring Earth, Sun and Moon Exploring Earth and Space
Moon Phases Moon Space Science in Action
Moon Phases Moon Dance Spin Around the Solar System
Moon Phases Moon Dance Space Science in Action
Moon Phases Reflecting on the Moon
Moon Phases Moon Phases Kit
Moon Phases Sun, Earth, Moon
Moon Phases The Moon Space Files: The Inner Solar System
Moon Phases The Moon Bill Nye the Science Guy
Moon Phases The Moon Wonder Why IV
4. What is revolution?
  a. This means I can explain the process of revolution.
    Subject Title Series
Revolution American Colonies American Revolution: From Colonies to Constitution
Revolution American Revolution United States History - Origins WWII
Revolution Background of the American Revolutionary War
Revolution Battle of the Alamo
Revolution Ben and Me
Revolution Causes of the Revolution (1765-1774) American Revolution for Students
Revolution China: The Ancient Empire/China: Revolution Changing Face of Asia
Revolution Colonial America in the 1760's American History: Birth of a Nation
Revolution Colonial America: Roots of the Revolution (1607-1775)
Revolution Countdown to Independence: Causes of the American Revolution Causes of the American Revolution
Revolution Creating a New Nation (1783-1791) American Revolution for Students
Revolution Declaring Independence (1774-1776) American Revolution for Students
Revolution Fiddler of the Roof
Revolution How Old Is It? Our Earth
Revolution Industrialization & Urbanization (1870-1910) United States History - Origins WWII
Revolution Living During the Industrial Revolution Living History
Revolution One Woman, One Vote, Part 1 and 2 American Experience
Revolution Revolution and the New Nation & Expansion and Reform The American Presidents
Revolution Road to Revolution Field Trips to Yesterday
Revolution Road to Revolution (1763-1774) American Revolution: From Colonies to Constitution
Revolution Roaring Twenties United States History - Origins WWII
Revolution Robotic Revolution
Revolution Seeds of Liberty: Causes of the American Revolution Causes of the American Revolution
Revolution The American Revolution United States History - Origins to 2000
Revolution The Boston Tea Party/Intolerable Acts Liberty's Kids
Revolution The Cold War United States History - Origins to 2000
Revolution The Revolutionary War (1776-1783) American Revolution for Students
Revolution The Roaring Twenties United States History - Origins to 2000
Revolution Vietnam and After Portraits of American Presidents
5. What are the continued impacts of historical revolutions today?
  a. This means I can analyze the impact of past revolutions on the modern world.
    Subject Title Series
Impact on Today A History of the Civil Rights Movement
Impact on Today ABC News Classroom: The Civil Rights Movement Part 2: Awakening a Nation The Civil Rights Movement
Impact on Today ABC News Classroom: The Civil Rights Movement Part 5: Beyond Martin Luther King, Jr. The Civil Rights Movement
Impact on Today African American Life American History for Children
Impact on Today African Americans Multi-Cultural Peoples of North America
Impact on Today All About Forces and Gravity Physical Science for Children
Impact on Today Color Wonder Why I
Impact on Today Democracy and Reform United States History - Origins to 2000
Impact on Today Democracy and Reform United States History - Origins WWII
Impact on Today Energy Resources: Use and Conservation Energy in Action
Impact on Today Equality and Civil Rights Our Modern U.S. History
Impact on Today Forces Physical Science in Action
Impact on Today From Stonehenge To Hubble: Looking to the Stars Complete Cosmos
Impact on Today James Watt Inventors of the World
Impact on Today Marie Curie The Animated Hero Classics
Impact on Today Martin Luther King, Jr. Black Americans of Achievement
Impact on Today Martin Luther King, Jr. Against the Odds
Impact on Today Martin Luther King, Jr. Great Americans for Children
Impact on Today Martin Luther King, Jr.
Impact on Today Martin's Big Words
Impact on Today Napoleon at Waterloo: The Battle for Europe
Impact on Today Our Friend, Martin
Impact on Today Progressive Movement United States History - Origins WWII
Impact on Today The Great Depression and the New Deal United States History - Origins to 2000
Impact on Today The Progressive Movement United States History - Origins to 2000