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Home  >  Teaching and Learning  >  Shopping for Porcupine  >  Assignment Ideas
Inupiaq Mailman
  • Using the clues given from the radio broadcasts, figure out what years Kantner is talking about in this essay.
  • Write an essay that recalls something learned from an elder in your life.
  • Listen to the radio and imagine that as your only source of news from the outside world. Write a short essay that examines what you would be missing or gaining if that was your only source of information.
  • Do you agree or disagree that the world is "part bad and part good"? Write an essay that examines this question.


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