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Type Journal ArticlePub Date 10/1/2015Stock # sc15_053_02_55Volume 053Issue 02
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This article is very helpful because it has a lesson plan built within it. The author was sure to include safety measures in the beginning and I feel like most articles don't do that. The wo... See More
This article is very helpful because it has a lesson plan built within it. The author was sure to include safety measures in the beginning and I feel like most articles don't do that. The word wall helped students understand key concepts and grasp a better understanding. For third grade, it's very important to do hands on activities to keep them engaged. The teachers asked probing questions that lead to a discussion.
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