Where kids are encourage to be inquisitive this book

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“so-ooo many questions!“ where kids are encourage to be inquisitive, this book works its way through all the big topics: how boys and girls are the same and different, what their bodies look like, what happens to girls and boys as their grow, how sperm and eggs are made, how the baby grows and lives in the womb, all the kinds of families the baby can part of (parents, step parents, foster parents) what touches are “ okay and not okay” and why growing up is great. This book enlightened us that life has a lot to offer for us. “It’s not the Stork” written by Harris (2006). Sometimes the hard times of the student in learning is the one who is teaching them. The different teaching styles of teachers has a lot of impact for the students. “Learning is a gift. Even when pain is your teacher” Maya Watsons (1988). It is for the teachers to works from the student’s strengths and interests by finding out why students are in your class and what are their expectations. Therefore, it is important to take consideration student’s needs and interest so ask to focus instruction that is applicable to different groups of students with different levels. Brock (1976), Caskin (179) and Lucas (1990).
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  • Fall '19
  • William Arthur Ward

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