TOP 10 REASONS TO USE CLUB CHRONICLE. Kathy Zimbaldi L. L. Pugh Elementary January 7, 2004. “Story always tells us more than mere words, and that is why we love to read it and to write it.”. Madeline L’Engle, from the introduction to A Wrinkle in Time. Vocabulary Building Activities.
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L. L. Pugh Elementary
January 7, 2004
Madeline L’Engle, from the introduction to A Wrinkle in Time
low readers in all upper grades
all ESL students (see NCTE handout)
foreign language teachers of Spanish
even GT English!
“The Fifth Aztec Sun”-2/13/05, & 2/20/05
“How Coyote Gave Fire to the People,” -2/27/05
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