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The Submarine: Parts, Performance, and History
From: "Deborah Ward"
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2012 2:36:53 PM
Subject: John, a quick request from one of my students!
Hello John and greetings from Delaware and Ms. Ward's classroom!
I hope you don't mind me contacting you like this. I'm currently working with my class to help revamp our class website with tons of new sections and information (in desperate need of it). One of my students, Michael, came across your page,
while searching for resources for our "Cool History" section and found some great information there that we will most likely be adding my site.
As part of the project, the kids are required to find and share a resource with the people that we have borrowed information from for "using their stuff," as one student put it (haha). This is something that Michael thought would go well on your site:
"The Submarine: Parts, Performance, and History"
My hope is that if you find it useful at all, you might consider posting this along with the other links on your site. When I get to show the kids that someone actually posted their link, it really acts as a mini-motivator and keeps them engaged in the project (which is obviously awesome).
Anyway, if you are able to post it just shoot me an email and let me know so I can show him and his group and thanks ahead of time for playing a small role in this :)
Ms. Deborah Ward (and Michael)
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