Book a textbook tour

September 1998
Curriculum Review;Sep98, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p6
Outlines the procedures to be used in conducting a textbook tour school project for Grades 5 through 8 students in Alaska. Comments from Margaret E. Lovejoy, a history teacher in Big Lake, Alaska; Context of the activity sheet.


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