make_a_model_of_your_school

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Before you start to read 1. Who is the author of this book?  2. What kind of illustrations are in this book?  3. Who is the publisher?    4. Look on the back cover.  Write down the page numbers where you can find the three pictures.  5. Which of the titles on the back cover is about people at your school?  Answer these questions as you read the book: 1. What must you do before you make a model of your school?  2. List five things you need to make a model of your school.  3. Two ways to show rough walls are: 1. Use wallpaper that feels rough 2. Add sand or sawdust to paint. What is the third way?  (page 11)    4. How could you make the windows and doors? 5. Why do we have notices in school? 6. What have the children done to make their model interesting? 7.
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 321 taught by Professor Profneeley during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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