Download e-book for iPad: American sign language: a student text units 10-18 by Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely

By Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely

ISBN-10: 0930323874

ISBN-13: 9780930323875

Baker-Shenk C., Cokely D. American signal Language.. A pupil textual content, devices 10-18 (Gallaudet collage Press, 1991)(ISBN 0930323874)(400dpi)(189s)

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Tuck remaining fabric neatly into the waistband formed by the first wrapping around the waist. 56 Date __________________ Name ______________________________________________ Date __________________ Create Your Own Trading Cards Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources The Romans believed in many gods, each of whom had different powers. Below is a list of some of them. Choose some of them—or some of the other gods that Romans worshipped, and create your own trading cards.

4. Put rubber band on top of spoon, add wadded-up piece of paper, pull back, and shoot. Watch the paper fly across the room. NOTE: Only try this with a soft item like paper. This really works—and you don’t want to hurt anyone by catapulting a hard object! 36 Name ______________________________________________ Date __________________ A Roman Battering Ram Here’s how you can make your own battering ram. Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources Materials coat hanger string about six pencils pliers 1.

C 60 How does our system, the Arabic numeral system, compare with the Roman system? Which is easier? Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources Studying the Heroes Children were often exhorted to learn the lessons of brave Romans of long ago days. Some of the real and legendary people students learned about were: Coriolanus; Lucius Junius Brutus; Cincinnatus; Aeneas; Romulus; and Cornelia, mother of the Gracchi. Ask students: Who are some American heroes whom you learn about in school?

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