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Being a Scientist (Fluent)

Book meta-data
  • Reading Box: Orange (Levels 15-16)
  • Year: One
  • Fiction/Nonfiction: Non-fiction
  • Theme/Topic: Habitats, Life science, Physical science, Science and technology, Space
  • Genre: Explanation
  • Strategy/Skills: Summarising, Discussing point of view, Making predictions, Determining main ideas
  • Page Count: 16
  • Reading Level: 16
  • Item Code: 200710
  • High Frequency Words: another, find, into, live, look, many, some, their, use, want, work
  • Curriculum Codes: ACELA1453, ACELA1821, ACELT1582, ACELY1658, ACELY1659, ACELY1660, ACELA1466, ACELA1825, ACELY1669, ACELY1670
Reader Description

Scientists help us to understand the world. Find out about the skills a scientist needs to do a good job.

After you have completed the Reader

Some scientists study plants and animals. They look at the features that help living things survive. Choose a plant or an animal that you find interesting. Draw a picture of it. Label the features that help this living thing survive.

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