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The Orca Echoes Resource Guide - Alex Van Tol
Orca Echoes are vivid, fun, short chapters addressed to people between the age of seven and nine. Favorite for classrooms, these are great for corporate citizenship and personality development programmes. Orca Echoes Resource Guide is designed to help educators open the doors to useful discussions in the schoolroom. The Orca Echoes Resource Guide is a useful resource for educators who use Orca Echoes in class, with extra information on lesson plans, grades, literature circle and evaluation.
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Once Bart and Homer landed in the Molokai Leper colony in Hawaii after Lisa had led them to believe they had got leprosy because they had not cleaned the home while Marge was in prison. For more information, please read the review or visit the discussion page.
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Moloka'i by Alan Brennert / Debate
Were the isolating people on Moloka'i by the Government of Hawaii justifiable or not, given what was known at the point in history of the causes and transmission of hepatitis? What is the current level of SARS and AIDS patient care in Hawaii comparable to the care of people suffering from hepatitis C? What manifests itself in Rachel's aura?
So what does browsing mean to Rachel? Rachel's mum Dorothy hugged Christianity; her adopted aunt Haleola believes in the ancient Hawaiian faith. So what does Rachel believe in? There' are many men in Rachel's world - her dad Henry, her uncle Pono, her first boyfriend Nahoa, her would-be boyfriend Jake, her late Kenji.
Rachel's full name is Rachel Aouli Kalama Utagawa. Talk about the similarities and reversals between the story of epic heroism Rachel told on pages 296-298 and what happens to Kenji later in this section. Suppose you were in the place of Rachel's mom, Dorothy Kalama. This novel is telling us a little, but not everything that Sarah Kalama is feeling after her chance treachery to her Sr. Rachel.
How is Ruth like her birth mum? What do you imagine your relation to Rachel in the twenty years between 1948 and 1970? Given the United States' part in overthrowing the Hwaiian Empire, was the US answer appropriate or not? Over the past few years, a "Hawaiian sovereign movement" on the island has gained dynamism - do you think they have a morale and/or juridical case?
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