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  • All In a Day's Work - … Internet access, and/or print information (See Bibliographical References for a list of reference web sites and books) presentation software, and/or … jobs to the list. Make teacher suggestions from the Bibliographical Reference list of resources. Tell the learners that they will be … their presentations with other classes and with their families. Bibliographical References: Cole, Barabara H. Anna & Natalie. New York, Star Bright Books …
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  • Carly and Me - … the Compare and Contrast rubric for each student (See Bibliographical References) copy for teacher resource of Attachment Two: Fundraising and Service … steps to writing a compare and contrast paper (see Bibliographic References). Distribute and review the Compare and Contrast rubric. Have students … read the text. Discuss findings, comparisons, and final thoughts. Bibliographical References: NCTE. Read, Write, Think. http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources …
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  • Growing Up - … three to five minute discussion regarding paid versus unpaid "jobs". Refer to the pictures of colonial society. Develop an understanding for … the government or business. (See www.learningtogive.org or reference in Bibliographical Reference to access information for definitions.) Day Two: Explain to … computerized timeline by inputting information from the review session. Bibliographical References: http://www.learningtogive.org click on "Resource Room," then "Vocabulary …
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  • Focus on Economic Data: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy, March 15, 2011 - … securities through "quantitative easing" programs referred to as "QE," and more recently, a second round, commonly referred to as "QE2." At its … have used to make this statement. Mostlikely, the FOMC was referring to the improvement in employment, little inflationary pressure and signs … , personal consumption and business spending."] 8. What was the FOMC referring to when it used the term "resource utilization." a. monetary …
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  • No Choice! - … Jean Van Leeuwen (see Bibliographical References ) How Many Days to America? by Eve Bunting (see Bibliographical References ) Journals and pencils Instructional Procedure … important? Why? Read How Many Days to America? (see Bibliographical References ). Talk about why the family left their home to seek … pilgrims because they came to America for religious freedom. Bibliographical References: Bunting, Eve. How Many Days to America? Clarion Books, 1990 …
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  • People of the Desert - … live on the desert. (See Bibliographical References for suggestions) Vocabulary words (Word Wall) list posted for reference (See Attachment One) Proposal for … Handout 1VocabularyHandout 2Proposal to City CouncilInstructional Procedure(s): Place the reference materials around the room before beginning the class period and … city makes decisions regarding conservation of the cities resources. Bibliographical References: Wright-frierson, Virginia. A Desert Scrapbook: Dawn to Dusk in …
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  • Sheltering and Caring for Animals - … shelters and welfare organizations in the local area. (See Bibliographical References) Learner copies of Attachment One: Letter to Families Teacher's … Anticipatory Set). For further information on this topic see Biographical References below. Distribute the print information about local shelters, or allow … Dog's Life: The Autobiography of a Stray (See Biographical Reference) Bibliographical References: Information about your local shelter: www.aspca.org/findashelter …
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  • Simply Unique - … mechanical sound) and a CD or tape player. See Bibliographical References for suggested music. Two Hula-hoops or other large rings … simple machines to each group each day. (Refer to the Bibliographical References for Web site references.) Also, provide the students with books from … create sonnets, poems or short stories about simple machines. Bibliographical References: Anderson, LeRoy. The Syncopated Clock. Sleigh Ride & Other Original H …
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  • Thinking About Money (3-5) - … Chair for My Mother by Vera B. Williams (see Bibliographical References) Handout 1Comparing Two StoriesInstructional Procedure(s): Day One: Anticipatory Set … to Be Rich Last Sunday by Judith Viorst (see Bibliographical References). Introduce the economic concept of incentives by writing the word … meaning of the words spend, donate, save, and invest. Bibliographical References: Viorst, Judith. Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday …
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  • What Goes Around, Comes Around! - … a serious illness. Materials: Camille and the Sunflowers (see Bibliographical References) Books/posters of Van Gogh's art Websites of interest … become very valuable. Have them support their answers with text references. (Possible answers: No, because he couldn't sell his paintings … permits, ask for student volunteers to explain their mobile. Bibliographical References: Anholt, Laurence. Camille and the Sunflowers: A Story About Vincent …
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