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Graphic Organizer Interactives & 18 Literacy Strategy Site (Vermilion Parish)

Graphic Organizer Interactives & 18 Literacy Strategy Site (Vermilion Parish)
Click here for the new Vermilion Parish Interactives for the Louisiana 18 Literacy Strategies! *The new interactive links below were shared via twiiter by Adam Brice (@adambrice via via @SimplyBox) Vermilion Parish Curriculum Page Vermilion Parish Schools Testing Links Graphic Organizers 18 Literacy Strategies Vermilion Parish Schools (Louisiana) Note: Most sites need Java. Adobe Flash, Shockwave, or Adobe Acrobat Reader To report broken links or comments, please email Stacy Bodin. Email Questions

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