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What is your connection to education?
High School Teacher, Teacher Coach. Author
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Guster- Ganging up on the Sun/ Keep it Together, Family Guy Season and The Office Season DVDs, PS3 and Fifa

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At 11:43am on November 10, 2009, Ryan Goble said…
Nick - this doc might give you a workable model for a looking at SHAKESPEARE FILM model...

Fonts will be funny if you're not on a mac...

now go get your game on!!!

At 12:09pm on November 5, 2009, Ryan Goble said…
Nick, I'm thikning the incredible workbook I was telling you about MIGHT be out of print BUT.

If found this site that lists the sourcebook's (aka workbook) ISBN.

From there if you go to the Holt McDougal store and plug that ISBN number in their "quick cart" you can order the book. So it is avaiable - just, as I said not so easy to find. They have GREAT graphic organizers for each act.

It is also available for less via Amazon. Click here for their inventory.

Also here is a sample breakdown of my TimelineMSNDMSND unit.

It is not as sophisticated as your chunks will be as it was from my first year of teaching!

Hope this helps get your unit evolve!

At 10:35am on October 27, 2009, Lily Ocon said…
Hey Nick!
Below is the website dedicated for us English people ;-) It's awesome!!!

At 8:45pm on September 14, 2009, Ryan Goble said…
Hey Nick - what's up? Hope you had a great weekend. Do make sure you join the ELA related groups that you are interested in

and comment on their content!!



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