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Celebrating People with Disabilities through Stamps
Students explore respectful language, view stamps of famous people with disabilities, and research and design a stamp. Includes discussion questions and learning activities. Designed for upper elementary, middle school.

Freak the Mighty
Reading strategies and activities, including an anticipation guide, an approach to vocabulary, and a photographic narrative writing task.

Freak the Mighty
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Freak the Mighty
An extensive list of student projects to support the novel.

Freak the Mighty
An extensive list of post-reading projects.

Reading and Writing Workshop: Freak the Mighty
Skills addressed in this unit include the comprehension strategies of predicting with support and making personal connections, focusing on the use of voice in one's writing, figurative language, vocabulary development, and word study.

Write a book review with Rodman Philbrick
This site takes students through the process of writing a book review. (It uses a review of To Kill a Mockingbird as a model.) When they have finished, students can publish their reviews at the site.

The Young Man and the Sea
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