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  • Write-a-Letter-to-the-Teacher Book Report - … report, rubric, Book Week, letter, letter writing, friendly letter, library, author, literature Materials Needed[shopmaterials] Friendly-Letter Book Report work sheet … book, they might write letters to the author that you would then mail to the author. You also can adapt the book … comment, or end with a question you would like the author to answer. Assessment Did students follow the friendly letter format …
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  • Hoodia Hoodoo - … Hoodia. Phytopharm and Unilever have made contact with the relevant authorities concerning this development and are satisfied with the progress being … .hoodia. national.standards.pdf National Social Studies Standards VI. Power, Authority, and Governance Social studies programs should include experiences that provide … study of how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance. VII. Production, Distribution, and Consumption Social studies programs …
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  • Wikiality - … be compounded when those making the statements are (allegedly, anyway) authorities on the subject. Often, it's hard to determine what … (especially younger students) often assume that encyclopedias constitute a real authority. It's not surprising, then, that many students assume that … learning, enjoyment, persuasion, and the exchange of information). ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Joe Miller received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the …
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  • Holocaust Education in the Classroom - … about? o Describe the relationship between___. o What has the author done to build suspense in this chapter? o What do … word means. As you are reading, note the way the author uses descriptive words and phrases. Choose some that appeal to … your own writing. What are some of the words the author uses that give insight into a character's personality? What particular words that the author used gave you a vivid picture of the setting? + Writing …
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  • Mountain Humor: What's in a Picture Book? - … literary stories that are composed in written form by individual authors? + Do the folktales contain the types of well-developed individual … . Write an essay that includes the following: + The title (underlined), author, and illustrator + A brief summary of the book + The answer … sure to include the title of the book (underlined), the author, and the illustrator somewhere in the first paragraph, possibly integrated …
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  • California – Becoming an Agricultural and Industrial Power - … songwriter who wrote songs about the Great Depression) John Steinbeck,(author who described the experiences of migrant workers in the novel … reasons for emigration and the Chinese experience in California. The author corrects the many misconceptions about Chinese culture. A good teacher … folk tales. Dragon's Gate (HarperCollins, 1993), by the same author, captures the drama, pathos, injustice and thrill of building the …
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  • The Jobs People Do - … the Welcome Books from Children's Press. Written by different authors (Jan Kottke, Mark Thomas and Joanne Winne) these mini-books … they want to be. "Grandma can be...an actress, an author, or an architect...and so can I." **Slate, Joseph. Miss … ! How a Movie Is Made. New York: HarperCollins, 1985. The author presents a step-by-step description of how a movie … the family returns safely. Explore other books by the same author such as School Bus. Crews, Donald. School Bus. New York …
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  • The ABCs of Citizenship - … or a privilege. The answer key provided above reflects the author's initial judgments but is well aware that some categorizations … create valuable teaching moments. Civics 1b suggests that respect for authority is conditional and students should understand this. There are times when even those in positions of authority act inappropriately. Consequently, students must analyze each situation to determine …
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  • Kansas Poets / Lesson Plans -- Storytelling Poem - … into the protagonist. 10. From the way in which the author presents the scene, the reader should get a sense of the author's judgment of the character. 11. This judgment should be very tactfully suggested, by innuendo, through hints and through the author's tone of voice, not blatantly stated. 12. Though told … author's opinion of the deacon? 2. At what point in the poem does the author stop ?showing? and we hear the author
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  • Journey North Crane - … subtitle of this article, what facts do you think the author will include in this article? What questions do you think … work together every day. Evaluation (Examine Author s Strategies) 1. Why do you think the author started the article with a question … in this paragraph? 3. Authors help readers understand information by making comparisons. What comparisons did the author of this article use to …
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