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By Anne Schreiber

According to Scholastic Magazines winning «100 phrases» product line, this intriguing new sequence of language arts workbooks makes a speciality of the a hundred sight phrases third-graders have to learn. colourful paintings and images illustrate the 256 pages of full of life actions, together with perform pages, phrases video games, and puzzles. Six cut-and-fold mini-books inspire chidlren to attempt out their sight-word skills--by examining! encompasses a poster and stickers for extra academic enjoyable!

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Can you identify those that probably came from reading? 4. What inference do you draw from the scorn with which Nansen's theory was first met? 5. " Would you have made such a protest in this situation? 6. Admittedly there was danger in the voyage of the Fram. Do you think Nansen was aware of that danger? What encouraged him to persist? 7. Discuss the question whether Nansen's final success was a technical or an imaginative triumph. By a technical triumph we mean one like our landing men on the moon, an achievement dependent on technical knowhow and equipment.

CAPOTE: Sure, everybody pays penalties. FROST: What sort of people pay? CAPOTE: In the process of maturing, if you mature at all, one has to pay a certain price. FROST: What do you mean? CAPOTE: I don't think it's possible to go through life, unless you're a complete idiot, without being continuously hurt one way or another. The only thing that doesn't hurt me is to pick up a newspaper and read some libelous thing about me or some bad review of something. That doesn't bother me at all. 4 3 Such as Who's Who in America or more specialized references such as Who's Who in Education or the Directory of American Scholars.

When we are looking for a golf ball that we drove into the rough we are not going to distract ourselves by examining the trees. But when our interest is aroused, or we feel a real need to observe, we can readily train ourselves to do so. One student reported that during initiation, when he had to shine the shoes of all the upperclassmen in his fraternity, he learned to identify every pair by 1 From The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin. Copyright © 1962, 1963 by James Baldwin. Reprinted by permission of the publisher, The Dial Press.

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