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Junior Great Book Interpretive Activities (Series 4 Second Semester)

Junior Great Book Interpretive Activities (Series 4 Second Semester)

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Published by The Great Books Foundation .
Written in English


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ISBN 101880323249
ISBN 109781880323243

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Junior Great Books ® Series 4 introduces students to outstanding, interpretive literature from around the world. Book One of Series 4 features nine stories by award-winning authors. These stories are organized around three themes—trust, resourcefulness, and :// / This packet helps students organize their activities for Junior Great Books selections. It can be used for any selection and has a place for students to record: Answers to two pre-reading questions -Questions they have during first reading -Directed Note-Taking -Interpreting Words Response -Share:junior great books.

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