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Body Worlds Vital

AlaskaDispatch.com Going to see the bodies at the museum  helped me learn more about the human body. It helped me because I got to see the inside of a human body, with all of the organs and muscles. It also … Continue reading

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Predications First Draft, the Injured Otter

I’m pretending to be the injured otter. “I don’t know that the coyote is near. My main focus is to find food, and survive for as long as I can. I feel in pain and Misery. Also i am scared … Continue reading

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Making Predictions – The Injured Otter Updated

When you make a prediction about a character’s development or the outcome of a story, you are demonstrating an understanding of the various literary elements of the story.  These elements may include the setting, conflict, plot development, and point of … Continue reading

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Say it ain’t so…

Take a picture of some area of the house.  Upload the picture and describe it using antonyms. Antonyms: Running = dry, Window = Wall, The water is dry, the kitchen is muddy the pots can fly the sink is my … Continue reading

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Writing a formal letter

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First Impressions, Write Out Loud

You are well into your first independent listening book and have some idea about the storyline and some initial opinions about your main character. Please tell what impressions you have so far about the story. What do you like so … Continue reading

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