Cause-and-Effect Disasters

Updated on 10 January 2020

Grade

Grade 4 - Grade 6

Description

Provide readers with a deeper understanding of history through a cause-and-effect analysis of well-known disasters. What decisions were made, what shortcuts were taken, or what heroic acts led to the ultimate outcomes? Even the most reluctant readers won’t be able to resist engaging in these gripping stories, which are full of action and suspense and are combined with gripping visuals and photos. Cause-and-effect diagrams and sidebars help strengthen key curricular skills of critical thinking and inference.

Downloads

Name Size Format
*Cause-and-Effect Disasters: Series Teaching Guide Bundle 874 KB PDF
Death in the Donner Party: Death in the Donner Party Teaching Guide 286 KB PDF
Hurricane Katrina and the Flooding of New Orleans: Hurricane Katrina and the Flooding of New Orleans Teaching Guide 317 KB PDF
The Children's Blizzard of 1888: The Childrens Blizzard of 1888 Teaching Guide 286 KB PDF
The Great Chicago Fire: The Great Chicago Fire Teaching Guide 241 KB PDF
The Irish Potato Famine: The Irish Potato Famine Teaching Guide 241 KB PDF
The Jamestown Colony Disaster: The Jamestown Colony Disaster Teaching Guide 262 KB PDF

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Death in the Donner Party: A Cause-and-Effect Investigation
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The Irish Potato Famine: A Cause-and-Effect Investigation
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  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019

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