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Traveling the Road to Freedom Through Research and Historical Fiction

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Grades 6 – 8
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time 5 to 6 weeks or thirty 45-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Beth O'Connor

Westfield, Massachusetts

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Wes Ford

February 01, 2011

Katherine,

Thanks for your comments and for pointing out the link was down. We try to keep our links current and working, and we appreciate it when we are notified that one is not working properly.

The link to the webquest has been fixed and should be functioning.

Thanks!

Wes Ford
Associate Editor, ReadWriteThink

 

Katherine Cohen

January 18, 2011

Dear Read-Write-Think. I used this webquest last year with great success. I went back on the site to plan for this year, but the webquest has been taken down. The instructions for teachers are still available. However, the webquest page had dozens of links for research. Please put the webquest back up soon or let me know where else online it is located.

 

 

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