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  • Courtney Shreves

    Facebook book report or could use for character analysis

  • Kristin Moffett

    Facebook character analysis... Maybe for part of a book report

  • Elizabeth Lowe

    Create Facebook pages for the characters in a novel. Or read about the people from your town's history and have the kids visit the local cemetery, learn about their lives, and create Facebook characters based on them.

  • Jenny Pollock

    Analysis of online character would be a great topic of discussion for character counts week!

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