Globe Stories of Surprise and Wonder Txc 92c
In less than one class period, students can easily finish short pieces that include traditional tales and myths of the Americas and the Caribbean, famous heroes and infamous villains like King Arthur and Jesse James, and original stories of incredible feats - many based on real-life disasters such as the Titanic and Hurricane Andrew. Students also explore plays drawing on diverse individuals and events from history, classic science, and fiction.
Interest Level: 6-12Reading Level: 3-8
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operator: I am sorry. Murray Hill 4-0098 is busy. mrs. stevenson (madly clicking
receiver): Operator. Operator. operator: Yes, madam. mrs. stevenson (angrily):
You didn 't try to get that wrong number at all. I asked explicitly. And all you did
"Sorry, Wrong Number" makes excellent use of irony. That is, the reader (or
listener) knows something that the main character does not know. When did you
first think that Mrs. Stevenson herself might be murdered? (Look back.) When
Caution: "Sorry, Wrong Number" being duly copyrighted, is subject to a royalty.
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