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Then, take your pencil and curl the EIGH strip tightly around your pencil. Glue, just the top, of your strip to the basket on your hot air balloon. Make room; we still have more sounds coming. You should now have eight sandbag letter strips curled and ready to go. ] Hold on, we’re almost ready to launch our balloons. We have two sounds remaining. When A combines with the letter R, the letter R takes control of the word and changes the sound of A, as in car. The A is silent; R is the only sound you hear.

The open classroom concept originated in the 1960s and was originally put forth as a theory of curriculum development. How Evidence-Based Programs Help Create At-Risk Children and Youth 11 The open classroom concept built upon Dewey’s theories of learning-by-doing and working in small cooperative groups (Dewey 1997) as well as the concept of interdisciplinary learning and engaging the whole child in the task of learning (Taba 1962). The original open classroom concept never discussed physically taking down walls or doors or building schools without walls.

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