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Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne
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Jun 22, 2010

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Use this to show different perspectives and how different voices can be represented in writing. Students can learn to relate picture to words in a text, and use that to distinguish who is speaking. Students will learn how to use font to express types of speech and indicate who is speaking. Demonstrates that students probably already have or experience different perspectives in their. Gets students thinking about their own lives and noticing how perspectives play a part. Civil rights learning tool?

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