Chameleon Color Secrets
The chameleon is one of the more famous color-changing animals. It does not change color by moving pigment around like most color-changing animals do. Instead it uses physical changes to change color. Engineers have even copied the process to create a new color-changing film to detect stress on structures.
This chameleon informational text comes in two levels for easy differentiation. Each also includes 5 analysis questions.
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The Common Core in Math and Language Arts as well as the Next Generation Science Standards calls for a large increase in non-fiction reading and analysis.
This products addresses Informational Text analysis in the Common Core.
This article of Science by the Week provides teachers with an incredibly easy way to provide students with practice by reading true, current, and interesting science articles.
1. Each article runs on one side of one piece of paper for easy printing.
2. The back of each article contains analysis questions that require students to think.
3. An answer key is given for each article.
These articles have been tested and used by thousands of students in major school districts. They were designed to be given Monday of each week and then discussed in class on Friday but can be used in many different ways.