Verifying Facts

It is important that you make sure the information you are reading is correct. Some information, particularly on the Internet is incorrect. You do this by verifying your facts.

 

 
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Verifying facts
Verifying Facts

Presenting the original facts and documents upon which the story is founded or based upon with related pictures to characters. Listen to a story and state orally what the story is about.

Share related life experiences after reading the story or passage. Express thoughts about characters or events in a story or passage.

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California is one of the Pacific Coastal states of United States. Its borders are Nevada and Arizona on east, Pacific Ocean on west, Oregon on north, and Mexican state of Baja California on the south. The Colorado River forms the southern portion of the state's eastern border. California entered the Union on September 9, 1850, as the 31st state. Agriculture and mining have always been important to the economy of California. Industrial activity expanded rapidly in the 20th century along with a booming population.

By the 1990s, California had a larger population than any other state and was the leading producer by value of both agricultural and manufactured goods. The name "California" was first given to the Baja California Peninsula by the Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542 and was applied by other explorers to more northern areas. The word is derived from the name of an imaginary island in a popular Spanish romance of the time. California is also known as the "Golden State". Its major cities are Sacramento (the capital), Los Angeles (the largest city), San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Long Beach, and Oakland. California is the third-largest state in the United States (after Alaska and Texas).

 

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