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Notice all those little Arkansas maps beside your state standards in social studies, science, literacy, and the arts? Could your students survive a week in the Ozarks? Would they have enjoyed pioneer Arkansas? Are you smarter than an Arkansas fifth-grader? Let your students find out as they compete in "Survivor Man," make pioneer crafts, explore archeology boxes, and learn about Arkansas rock and minerals. Explore exciting new ways to teach students those concepts required for Arkansas studies as you and your students join me in Roads Less Traveled: A Journey through the Culture, Geography, and History of Arkansas.
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Dr. Curtis Varnell has taught in the public schools of Arkansas for more than 25 years. The Varnell family migrated to anti-bellum Arkansas from Tennessee so the study of Arkansas is much a study of his families own history and culture. Other than studying Arkansas culture, Curtis enjoys exploring, hiking, and canoeing in the Ozarks. He, his wife Dana, and youngest son Zach reside in Paris, Arkansas and he works as a content specialist for Western Arkansas Education Service Co-op at Branch.
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Book Description Black Jack Publishing, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011W9FG74
Book Description Black Jack Publishing, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11061549692X