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In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote by Salon and write what they think the meaning of the quote is. Students then provide and example of how they apply the meaning to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote by Emerson and write what they think the meaning of the quote is. Students then provide and example of how they apply the meaning to their own life.
In this thinking skills instructional activity, students read a quote by Katherine Mansfield and write what they think the meaning of the quote is. Students then provide and example of how they apply the meaning to their own life.
In this thinking skills learning exercise, students read a quote by Shakespeare and write what they think the meaning of the quote is. Students then provide and example of how they apply the meaning to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote by Buddha and write what they think the meaning of the quote is. Students then provide and example of how they apply the meaning to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read the quote from Sophocles and then write about what they think it means. Students then provide an example of how they apply the meaning in their own life.
In this thinking skills learning exercise, students read the quote from Daniel Burnham and then write about what they think it means. Students then provide an example of how they apply the meaning in their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read the quote from Benjamin Franklin and then write about what they think it means. Students then provide an example of how they apply the meaning in their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read the quote from Woodrow Wilson and then write about what they think it means. Students then provide an example of how they apply the meaning in their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read the quote from Winston Churchill and then write about what they think it means. Students then provide an example of how they apply the meaning in their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from T.S. Eliot and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, learners read a quote from Anatole France and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from Goethe and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from Machado de Assis and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from Robert Half and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills learning exercise, students read a quote from Joyce C. Hall and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from Benjamin Franklin and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from Helen Keller and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
For this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote a Chinese proverb and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
In this thinking skills worksheet, students read a quote from Cardinal Newman and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.