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    Famous Men and Book of the Greeks

    Any ideas out there as to how to use both the Famous Men of Greece and the the Book of the Ancient Greeks together? I thought I would use the latter as my class narrative and incorporate the Famous Men when relevant. Any thoughts?

    Cathie

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    Cathie,

    When I was teaching Famous Men of Greece to 6th graders, I used the Mills book as a supplemental read-aloud. I didn't read the entire thing to them, but I did read the parts that were relevant to the FMG lessons we were studying. The Mills book is a really good overview to the culture and history, and FMG does a great job in bringing the major characters in that history alive, so they work really well together. So, your idea is the same as mine; I just flipped it because FMG was my primary book. I was teaching 6th graders, and it was an easier independent read for them.

    Regards,

    Tanya

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