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Table of Contents

Page history last edited by PBworks 16 years, 6 months ago

 

1. Chapter Summaries

Here, you'll find a summary of each of the chapters to assist in class discussion, along with vocabulary words, notes on theme and characterization, and discussion questions.
 

 

2. Assignment Ideas

 

3. Web Resources

 

4. Suggested Complementary Readings

 

5. About the TredHeads

 

 

 

 

Comments (3)

Anonymous said

at 9:52 am on Oct 9, 2007

Hi Ladies,
As we develop our website, we will want to include (1) materials on theory/research in English Education, (2) materials that provide context for students to understand Milkweed, and (3) visual/nonprint texts. Let's decide how we want to handle these different materials. For instance, do you think we should each find material for each of these three categories? Or do you think we should divide the three categories among ourselves so we each have one or two categories to focus on? I believe our ultimate goal is to create a website which would set forth a "lesson plan" of sorts for teachers to use in teaching Milkweed. Let me know your thoughts!

Anonymous said

at 9:15 pm on Oct 18, 2007

I think it would be wise to split the 3 categories up as our major ideas/lessons develop - and I mean this not sectionally. It would be a little extraneous and excessive for each of our 5 sections to focus on each of those 3 elements...I think it would show the wiki as disjointed. Just my thoughts...

Please let me know how the table of contents looks and if you would like any changes. I am more than happy to show you all how to do it too...

Anonymous said

at 2:36 pm on Nov 7, 2007

Alyssa,
I'm having some difficulty editting pages without messing up formatting. Any suggestions?

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