SCOPE VOL. 54 NO. 9 JANUARY 9, 2006

Lehrer, Lucy
January 2006
Scholastic Scope (Teacher's Edition);1/9/2006, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p1
The article presents several activity programs designed for the classroom setting. Making the Connection's objective is to assist students create connections between feature articles with critical-thinking questions. Another activity is based on the life of American statesman Benjamin Franklin. Students should be able to consider conflict and resolution while reading about the life of Franklin. Corollary to this, is another activity, specifically based on Franklin's contributions to American history.


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