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This technique can be facilitated by local parent support groups having a registry of children and their interests, pen pal registries, special interest clubs and Internet chat lines. This is what I have so far: In my 5th period class, I am currently teaching my 11th and 12th grade students work skills. However, the expectations and responsibilities placed upon middle school students are much greater than those of elementary school students.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 11, 2013)

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