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4 publication sequence of reproducible low point ESL/EFL/Literacy examining and dialogue texts. every one unit examines a component of the yank adventure that may surely curiosity and tell not just immigrants to the us but in addition novices overseas who need to know extra in regards to the humans, historical past, geography and tradition of this nice kingdom. even though the passages are constrained to an ordinary point of language hassle, their kind continues to be shiny and actual. Readers may be encouraged by way of the braveness of Harriet Tubman, awed via the wonderful thing about the Grand Canyon, fascinated with the paintings of the F.B.I., and stunned by way of the occasions surrounding Watergate. booklet 3: issues A: motor vehicle B: Baseball C: structure D: Democracy E: Emancipation Proclamation F: F.B.I. G: long past With the Wind H: Harlem Globetrotters I: Iroquois League J: Jazz ok: Kentucky Derby L: Lewis and Clark day trip M: Marine Corps. N: Negro Leagues O: O´Leary´s Cow P: Postal provider Q: sector Horse R: Ringling Brothers S: Statue of Liberty T: tv U: usa V: Veto W: conflict of the Worlds X: Xerography Y: Yorktown crusade Z: Zoos

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Ms. Mitchell attended Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts but returned home after 4 Margaret Mitchell worked on her rambling, colorful novel for 10 years. It was finally published in 1936 at an outrageous length of more than 1,000 pages. S. publishing until that time. 3 Mitchell was a reporter for the Atlanta Journal from 1922 until 1926, when an ankle injury forced her to quit the newspaper. It was then that Ms. Mitchell began to write her book, based on stories of the Civil War and the Reconstruction that she had heard as a child from her father.

S. Evidence collected at crime scenes all over the country is sent for examination, including DNA testing, at the FBI Laboratory, the world’s largest criminal laboratory. And the FBI Identification Division maintains the world’s largest collection of fingerprints with more than 181 million sets of prints. 8 These records are very valuable because fingerprints offer the best means of positive personal identification. Fugitives can move from state to state but the national reach of this division of the FBI permits even the smallest local police department to identify a criminal when arrested.

4) The FBI provides many cost-free cooperative services to other law-enforcement agencies, including the FBI Identification Division, which has the world’s largest fingerprint collection, and the FBI Laboratory, which is the world’s largest criminal laboratory. REMEMBERING DETAILS 1) F 2) T 3) F 4) F The FBI is not responsible for the prosecution of criminals. S. but also in other countries. The FBI will share information with even the smallest local police force in America. INFERENCES 1) c 2) d WORD POWER 1) c 2) a 3) b 4) c 5) b 6) a CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS: 2) established 6) fingerprints 8) personal 10) contact 13) services 15) agents DOWN: 1) group 2) evidence 3) immediate 4) dangerous 5) gather 7) appointed 9) law 11) training 12) division 14) spy F6 G: Gone With The Wind 1 2 When it came out in 1936 the novel Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell sold an amazing 50,000 copies in a single day!

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