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From: Denee Stevenson (stevenson@basd.k12.pa.us)
Date: Wed Apr 12 2000 - 18:14:16 EDT

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    Dear Shelia,

    I do wish you luck. When you reply next month, after you've gotten
    well-into the
    unit or after it's finished, could you let me know what grade level you
    teach.
    Are students studying 20th century American History in their social studies
    classes?
    What elements will the social studies teacher be covering in the unit
    besides
    the obvious history. How much time do the two of you get together and plan
    for
    the unit? Of course, I'd appreciate any teaching methods that worked for
    you as
    part of the unit.

    Thank you so much,
    Denee
    stevenson@basd.k12.pa.us
    ----------
    >From: ATHENAN418@aol.com
    >To: Multiple recipients of list <Teacher-TalkNovel@learner.org>
    >Subject: Re: Question-Reluctant Readers
    >Date: Tue, Apr 11, 2000, 5:24 PM
    >

    >Denee,
    >
    >This is the first time I have taught this particular text by Meyers. We will
    >be starting the text sometime around the third or fourth week of April. The
    >choice goes along with several others in a Historical Fiction Curriculum that
    >I am doing with our Social Studies teacher. I will let you know how things go
    >after we get started! Wish me luck.
    >
    >Shelia



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