Junior Scholastic TEACHER'S EDITION Volume 107 Number 13, FEBRUARY 21, 2005

McCabe, Suzanne
February 2005
Junior Scholastic (Teacher's Edition);2/21/2005, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p1
Presents a guide to teaching several topics to elementary students. Purpose of the elections in Iraq; in January 2005; Economic, social, political and environmental impact of global warming; Effect of the geography of Norway on the way of life of its people.


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