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Reading to Understand: Children’s Books to Use with Comprehension Strategies. Compiled by Megan Schliesman. Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison. This bibliography was developed for the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board (ECB) for their. Into the Book reading comprehension project. It maps selected children’s books to.
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Jane Addams established the Hull House, which opened its doors to European immigrants. To find out more information on the Hull House check out the related link.
Jane Addams established Hull House, a center for sociological research. She was a champion of the poor and disenfranchised and a leader in the Progressive Era. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in.
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The House That Jane built is a Historical Biography of Jane Addams. It is an inspirational story about the life and work of First American woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. This book is packed with information and would be an inspiration for any of my students. It is also a great book to point out character traits to aspire to. I also enjoyed how this is a story about a strong female character.
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The House that Jane Built: A Story about Jane Addams. Tanya Lee Stone. Kathryn Brown. Her travels as the child in a wealthy family helped Jane realize that there were those much less well off. She moved into a home in a gritty part of Chicago where she opened Hull House to address the needs of those in poverty, likely the country’s first community center. Jane’s work in Chicago is.
This reading comprehension worksheet tells a simple story about a house. The short story describes different things about the house and they people that live there. Kids are asked to read the story and then to answer the questions at the bottom of the page. This worksheet is perfect for any kids that are developing their reading comprehension skills.
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P r e s t w i c k Ho u s e, in c.3 Multiple Critical A Streetcar Named Desire Perspectives A Message to the Teacher of Literature O P en your students ’ eyes and m i n d s with this new, ex- citing approach to teaching literature. In this guide, you will find reproducible activities, as well.
Reading Comprehension. Read the following passage carefully.. Kimmie was visiting her Aunt Jane at her house at the beach. It was a beautiful summer day. Kimmie built a giant sand castle in the morning. Aunt Jane took pictures of the castle to send to Kimmie’s parents. Kimmie wanted to play on the beach that afternoon. She wanted to build another sand castle. Aunt Jane told her it was too.
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Reading: The House that Jane Built - Start off by listening to this read aloud of The House that Jane Built by Tanya Lee Stone. As you listen, think about what kind of person Jane is and what makes her special and unique. - After listening, answer these comprehension questions. If you need to, you can always go back and listen to the story again.
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