Interdependence of Living Things is an informational text that explains interdependence, food webs, ecosystems, and independence. A two-page activity invites students to explore how the parts of an ecosystem are related.
The book is divided into sections with some subsections. Sentences vary in length and complexity. Illustrations, labeled photographs, and diagrams support the text. Punctuation includes periods, commas, question marks, quotation marks, and exclamation marks. Hyphenated words are used, and italics are used for emphasis. Fact boxes provide attitional information. A table of contents, a glossary and an index support the reader.
Pronunciation guides are provided for some words, such as bacteria (bak-TEER-ee-uh). Glossary words are bold faced throughout the text.
This title is from the Science Readers: Content and Literacy in Science series from Teacher Created Materials. Build literacy skills and science content knowledge with high-interest, appropriately levelled information texts.
Invoice Title: Interdependence of Living Things