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  • Detailed Lesson Plan in English 3
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  • Observation of a History and Social Science Lesson
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  • Vocabulary for Spoken English Students
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  • Lesson Plan Evaluation
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  • Module for English 3
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  • English as a Universal Language
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  • Sample Lesson Plan
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