por Alison Pearce Stevens, Ph.D.
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Hugo and the SealNora Nickum
In "Hugo and the Seal," a boy learns a lesson about friendship while caring for a seal.Pair “Hugo and the Seal” with “Under the Ice” and ask students to discuss the relationship between the seals and their mothers. Using the information learned in “Under the Ice,” why was the seal in “Hugo and the Seal” left on the beach? What was its mother probably doing? What information from “Under the Ice” supports your answer?
What is Antarctica?NASA
This informational text written by NASA provides details about the cold continent and why scientists are interested in it.Pair “What is Antarctica?” with “Under the Ice” and ask students to discuss how the Antarctic environment affects the people and animals who live there. Why is Antarctic ice important to both animals and humans?
Flying with Arctic TernsRebecca Hirsch
In the informational text "Flying with Arctic Terns," Rebecca Kirsch describes the life of an arctic tern.Pair “Under the Ice” with “Flying with Arctic Terns” and have students compare how the authors describe the lives of these two animals. What are the similarities and differences in the life of the seal in “Under the Ice” and the arctic tern in “Flying with Arctic Terns”? How does the author of each text organize the information about the animals’ lives?