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Holt Mathematics Special features of your textbook…  Are You Ready?Are You Ready?  Study Guide: PreviewStudy Guide: Preview  LessonsLessons  LabsLabs  Ready To Go On?Ready To Go On?  Game TimeGame Time  Study Guide: ReviewStudy Guide: Review Main MenuEnd Show

Study Guide: Preview “Where You’ve Been” What you have already learned “In this Chapter” What you will learn in this chapter “Where You’re Going” What you will learn in the coming years Includes vocabulary that you need to be aware in the unit Turn to page 162 to see an example Math BookMain MenuEnd Show

Lessons Every lesson comes jam-packed with information, practice, review, examples, and illustrations. Turn to page xxii in the front of your text to see how to use your book for success Math BookMain MenuEnd Show

Labs Technology Labs: Involve using calculators and computers to help you solve math problems. Turn to page 177 to look at a lab that focuses on greatest common factors Hands-On Labs Focus on using manipulatives to help you solve math problems Check out page 185 for a lab that helps you understand fractions by using pattern blocks Math BookMain MenuEnd Show

Ready To Go On? Each chapter contains a “Ready To Go On?” section You can use this page to help prepare for tests and quizzes. Turn to page 68… does this information look familiar? Math BookMain MenuEnd Show

Game Time/It’s in the Bag Located at the conclusion of each chapter Fun activities that connect to the topics that were discussed in the chapter Turn to page 280-281 to view some ideas of how to make fractions a little more fun. (I know it’s hard to think of fractions as fun ) Math BookMain MenuEnd Show

Study Guide: Review At the conclusion of each chapter Contains many types of questions to help you prepare for tests and quizzes multiple choice fill in the blank short answer Check out pg 94-99 to see how this section of your book can help you. Math BookMain MenuEnd Show

Science Books Special features…  Fun Activities Throughout ReadingFun Activities Throughout Reading  Great Figures and PicturesGreat Figures and Pictures  Section ReviewsSection Reviews  Bold Vocabulary TermsBold Vocabulary Terms  Internet ConnectionsInternet Connections  Chapter HighlightsChapter Highlights  Self Checks (questions with answers in the back)Self Checks (questions with answers in the back)  Reference Material in the Back of the BookReference Material in the Back of the Book Main MenuEnd Show

Fun activities through out reading Located before each chapter Turn to page 3 and check out how to make a quadrant Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Great figures and pictures Located throughout the reading Includes charts, diagrams, graphs, pictures and illustrations Turn to page 109 and check out the black hole Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Section reviews Located after each chapter Turn to page 92 and check out all the good stuff you should know about planets Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Bold vocab terms Located EVERY WHERE Includes words you must know, should know, would like to know, and… hey, isn’t it just fun to know! Turn to page 103 and check out the funky word “parallax” Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Internet connections Located next to each section review Includes internet links to help make sense of the material or to teach you more Turn to page 109 and check out the Internet connection for supernovas Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Chapter Highlights Located after each chapter Includes vocab and selection notes for each section of the chapter Turn to page 120 and check out how all three sections of chapter 4 are laid out Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Reference Material Located in the appendix Includes metric prefixes, conversions, the Scientific Method, how to make charts and graphs, math connections, the periodic table, and, whew, so much more! Turn to page 182 and check out the snazzy Periodic Table of Elements Science Book Main MenuEnd Show

Language Network Special features…  Grammar Usage and Writing TipsGrammar Usage and Writing Tips  Exercise BankExercise Bank  Commonly Confused WordsCommonly Confused Words  MLA Citation GuidelinesMLA Citation Guidelines Main MenuEnd Show

Grammar Usage and Writing Tips Located throughout the book in various chapters Includes… Here’s the Idea Why It Matters in Writing Practice and Apply Turn to page 6 and check out Complete Subjects and Predicates ELA BookMain MenuEnd Show

Exercise Bank Located in the back of the book Includes extra sentences for practice or to help you study for tests Turn to page 528 and check out review for The Sentence and Its Parts Main MenuEnd ShowELA Book

Commonly Confused Words Located in back of the book Includes definitions of words that are commonly used incorrectly in writing (USE THIS!) Turn to page 578 and check out desert vs. dessert Main MenuEnd ShowELA Book

MLA Citation Guide Located in back of the book Includes all ways to cite resources that you will use for your research project (VERY IMPORTANT) Turn to page 582 and check out citing a book with three authors Main MenuEnd ShowELA Book

Journey Across Time Special features of your book…  Reference AtlasReference Atlas  Geography HandbookGeography Handbook  Reading Review of each chapterReading Review of each chapter  Website preview section at jat.glencoe.comWebsite preview section at jat.glencoe.com  GazetteerGazetteer Main MenuEnd Show

Reference Atlas Located in the first few pages of the book. The page numbers begin with an R and then the page # All kinds of different maps of the world which are shown in political and physical forms Turn to pages R14 and R15 to see how South America is shown as a political map and a physical map. Discuss the differences. What information does each type of map provide? SS BookMain MenuEnd Show

Geography Handbook Located in the beginning of the book with the pages that begin with the letters GH Turn to page GH 14 and GH15 and check out all of the different types of landforms that are labeled in the picture. Which of these landforms do we have in our area of the world? Main MenuEnd ShowSS Book

Reading Review of each chapter Located at the end of every chapter in the books. Includes an overview of what was discussed in each chapter that was read Turn to page 31 and check out the review section of Mesopotamia. See how they point out just the really important information?? This is great to use for a test review session!!! Main MenuEnd ShowSS Book

JAT Website Located at jat.glencoe.com Includes lots of information pertaining to our class book including prereading information that might be useful before learning about a given topic. It also might be useful for homework assignments or when preparing for a test. Main MenuEnd ShowSS Book

Gazetteer Located the back of the book beginning on page 763. The pages are outlined in green Includes many of the places we will visit this year in class including names of oceans, rivers, cities and countries. Turn to page 764 and find “Babylon”. Where is this city located (latitude and longitude)? What pages in our book mentions this ancient city? Main MenuEnd ShowSS Book