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From: Judy Delain (jdelain@luxcasco.k12.wi.us)
Date: Thu May 18 2000 - 15:33:20 EDT

  • Next message: Judy Delain: "Re: To: Barbara Patch"

    I like the poetry idea for Lang. Arts and WW II. What sources did that person use for poetry? I do some poetry, but so much is Civil War. Judy

    >>> Barbara.Patch@valley.net 05/17/00 01:50PM >>>
    My children read THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK in seventh grade. It was a unit in
    Language Arts on the holocaust. At the same time their Social Studies class
    was studying World War 2. The combination was very powerful.

    The Language Arts instructor also worked in a poetry unit. We had two
    evening programs of students reading the poetry that has been written and
    the poetry they wrote about that terrible time in our history.

    At 02:29 PM 05/17/2000 -0400, you wrote:
    >Hi! When do your students read THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK? Do you
    >do a cross-curricular unit with social studies?
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Jody Shugert
    >
    >



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