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  • Dawn Nordeen

    Instead of I don't know... Awesome poster!!!!!

  • Maggie Boyaris

    Instead of "I don't know." Not just for kids, good lesson for adults.

  • Donna Bosworth

    I love how this gives the children freedom to ask questions, without being made feel inadequate for asking! Some teachers don't allow time for this!!!! ;0)

  • Lindsey Montagne

    Instead of I don't know... From 7 steps to a Language Rich Interactive Classroom

  • Deborah McDanal

    Instead of I don't know... good follow up questions

  • Lori McGaha

    Instead of I don't know... must make anchor chart

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