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Journal and Book Publishing

“A Visual Compare and Contrast:  Living Conditions and Daily Life in Barrio Gandul and Washington Heights.” Caribbean Connections: The Dominican Republic. Washington D.C:  Teaching for Change,  2005.

“From the Crag:  Committee Profile.” The AMC in Connecticut Volume 25, No. 1. (2004) : 4.

“From the Crag:  Connecticutters at Everest.” The AMC in Connecticut Volume 25, No. 2. (2004) :  4.

“From the Crag:  Summer Wrap-up.” The AMC in Connecticut Volume 25, No. 3. (2004) :  4.

“Interdiscinplinary Unit: La Isla del Encanto (The Enchanted Island).”ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics. ED430395. Washington D.C., 1998. <http://www.eric.ed.gov&gt;.

“Nos Vamos.” Caribbean Connections: The Dominican Republic. Washington D.C:  Teaching for Change,  2005.

“Technology and The Elementary Foreign Langauge Classroom.” ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics. ED410750. Washington D.C., 1997. <http://www.eric.ed.gov&gt;.

“Timeline of Dominican History.” Caribbean Connections: The Dominican Republic. Washington D.C:  Teaching for Change,  2005.



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