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Myths in Words and Pictures

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Myths in Words and Pictures
This issue of Smithsonian in Your Classroom offers language and visual arts teaching ideas, student interactives, and features artwork from the Smithsonian collections.
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The Top Ten: Take a look at the top ten lessons learned.
1.  WWII on the Home Front: Civic Responsibility
2.  The Music in Poetry
3.  Introduction to the Nature Journal
4.  Ocean Planet - Pollution Solution
5.  Child Labor in the Early 20th Century
6.  Life in the "Promised Land": African-American Migrants
7.  Native American Dolls
8.  Every Picture has a Story
9.  The Universe: An Introduction
10.  A Shape-Note Singing Lesson
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