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Has anyone done an ABC
Has anyone ever assigned an ABC book writing project for US history? I can't remember where I saw a post about this and I thought I'd like to try it. Would someone know of this post, or possibly have guidelines for it?

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greenapples 11-08-2012 06:24 PM

would you consider sharing that suggestion list?

Nanc NH 11-07-2012 04:01 PM

I've done these for a variety of US History topics (i.e. Revolutionary War). For my students that need accomodations, I give them the list of words... like: A is for Benedict Arnold, B is for Ben Franklin, C is for Crispus Attucks... etc. Usually I give 2-3 suggestions for each letter and wouldn't use first names for the letter...but that's all I could think of right now!

greenapples 11-06-2012 09:05 PM

you are a gem! This is exactly what I need, and I can easily make it fit my grade level.

Rockguykev 11-05-2012 06:51 AM

http://www.mrroughton.com/assignments-new/a-to-z-book

I use that one for World History - wouldn't take much modification, if any, to make it fit US history. I love them just expect it to take longer than you initially plan.

greenapples 10-31-2012 06:17 PM

Has anyone done an ABC
Has anyone ever assigned an ABC book writing project for US history? I can't remember where I saw a post about this and I thought I'd like to try it. Would someone know of this post, or possibly have guidelines for it?




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