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Who Doesn't Want to be a Millionaire

exploring negative aspects of a historical topic to create an anti-game show's questions

This wacky activity was created by Northern Nevada teacher Rob Stone during a Writing Across the Curriculum Workshop offered by the Northern Nevada Writing Project.

This writing activity was inspired by Barry Lane's book, 51 Wacky We-Search Reports. In Nevada, Barry's book has been teaching us to help students think deeply about learned content as they learn to put ideas in their own words.

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