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An alphabetical listing that defines important words used in the book
Generally found at the back of textbooks and other reference books
Glossary amphibian: a cold-blooded vertebrate that lays eggs, has three stages of life, and can live on land or in water (pages 50, 54) attract: to pull something using a force such as magnetic force (pages 12, 33, 40) axis: the imaginary line that connects the North and South Poles; the Earth rotates on its axis (pages 41, 79)
1) Imagine that you have just read a selection about Amelia Earhart, an American pilot. The Selection says that, in 1932, Earhart became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. When she attempted to fly around the world, her plane mysteriously disappeared. Amelia Earhart was never seen again.
Which of the four choices below will give you the BEST information about the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
A. The 2006 Book of Facts
B. Maps of the World’s Oceans
C. A recent issue of Flying
D. Famous Pilots: Their Lives and Legends
On the line next to each title, write the type of resource it represents. Select from the following list.