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Your Bibliography: DuPrau, Jeanne. The City Of Ember. New York: Random House, 2003. Print.
In-text: (Flores and Klein 452 - 457)
Your Bibliography: Flores, Alfinio, and Erika Klein. "From Students' Problem-Solving Strategies To Connections In Fractions." The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2005: 452 - 457. Print.
In-text: (Fountas and Pinnell)
Your Bibliography: Fountas, Irene C, and Gay Su Pinnell. Teaching For Comprehending And Fluency. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2006. Print.
In-text: (Ministry of Education)
Your Bibliography: Ministry of Education. A Guide To Effective Instruction In Reading, Kindergarten To Grade 3. Ontario: Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2003. Print.
In-text: (Ministry of Education 55)
Your Bibliography: Ministry of Education. Mathematics. Ontario: Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2005. Print.
In-text: (Van de Walle et al. Chapter 15)
Your Bibliography: Van de Walle, John A. et al. Elementary And Middle School Mathematics - Teaching Developmentally. 4th ed. Toronto: Pearson, 2015. Print.
In-text: (Young and O'Leary 400 - 405)
Your Bibliography: Young, Sharon L., and Robbin O'Leary. "Creating Numerical Scales For Measuring Tools." The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Inc. 2002: 400 - 405. Print.
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