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2 edition of Up the steps in an ungraded school. --. found in the catalog.

Up the steps in an ungraded school. --.

Maple Park Elementary School (Edmonds, Wash.)

Up the steps in an ungraded school. --.

by Maple Park Elementary School (Edmonds, Wash.)

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Published by [s.n.] in Edmonds, Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ability grouping in education.,
  • Grading and marking (Students)

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination4, [16] leaves.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19261435M

    Fill-in charts are also included for students to practice adding suffixes. pages, softcover. This book is designed to be used as part of the PAF program, and corresponds to lessons in the not-included PAF Teacher's Handbook. Stepping Up in Reading 2 () by Phyllis Bertin, Eileen Perlman.   Draw a story map about the book you are reading. To do this draw, a circle in the middle of your paper, and in the circle write the name of your book. Then, around the title, draw several pictures with words underneath about the events that happened in the story. Create a comic strip of the main events that happened in your book.

      Oh and indeed your is a type two with the non wavy steps or the reverse of and thereafter. I read someplace recently that full steps was even mentioned in the 's when describing a good strike. They would describe a coin with good detail in the steps. In the early 's three guys got together and started the PAK full step nickel. To set up the notebook, I had the students glue a general directions page on the inside cover. On the first page, they glued in the “cell phone” text codes. These are simple symbols the students will use when responding and coding the text. We tried to create some “fun” codes that kids could relate to, like LOL or OMG.

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