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Fighting for Children's Rights: The Story of Lewis Hine / A Dollar a Day / Children and Work: What Are the Issues?

Description:

18-Pack
Six copies of each Student Book and two Lesson Plan Cards

Series:

Flying Start to Literacy

Guided Reading Level:

T-V

DRA/EDL Level:

50

Curriculum Link:

Social Studies: History

SKU:

OK-FSAF9050-18
Price:
Special Price $152.50 Regular Price $163.80

Fighting for Children's Rights: The story of Lewis Hine describes Lewis Hine's work, taking photographs of children working in terrible conditions, and how he used them to help change child labor laws.

A Dollar a Day. When his father dies, eleven-year-old Mickey has to leave school and start work in a coal mine to support his family. He faces many challenges underground in the dark.

More Information
SeriesFlying Start to Literacy
13 Digit ISBN9781760386382
Guided Reading LevelT, U, V
Grade Level5
Topicchild labor, children's rights, unions, worker's rights
Curriculum LinkSocial Studies: History
LanguageEnglish
Lexile980L/680L/930L