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In Search of the Novel:Teacher-TalkNovel

Subject: Re: The Pearl - Steinbeck

From: Natalie Lewis (lewis@TCNJ.EDU)
Date: Wed May 03 2000 - 14:30:01 EDT


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Hi: This email is in response to the individual who would like some
advice from experienced educators about creating student activities for
THE PEARL. The activities would help students better understand the
culture, etc. I have written and had published a series of activities
for The Pearl, along with activities for other novels. The name of book
in which activities can be found is NOVEL EXTENDERS ACTIVITIES THAT
PROMOTE THINKING ( Multicultural Collection) The publisher is ECS
Learning Systems, San Antonio, Texas. The 800 number is 1-800-68-TEACH.
If you or others need more information or would like to know what
activities I've created for other novels, please let me know. Natalie
Lewis . You can email me directly at nlewis6331@aol.com Hope to hear
from others.

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