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The Beanstalk And Beyond: Developing Critical Thinking Through Fairy Tales

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Use popular fairy tales and fairy-tale characters as springboards for learning, and help students develop problem-solving abilities and creative-writing skills. Adaptable to virtually any fairy tale and to a variety of learning environments and levels, these activities will challenge students to move beyond the simplistic study of tales to develop in-depth writing skills.
Published August 15th 1997 by Libraries Unlimited
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I write, I teach, I read books, I eat chocolate. I have been a public school teacher in Minnesota for a long time now. I have had the chance to teach just about everything (really), from primary ages all the way to adults.

And I am also a writer. Although I have written a LOT, I have published five books (so far.) Four of them are for teachers and one is for kids/young adults.

I feel really lucky
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