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WOBPWitch of Blackbird Pond
WOBPWithout Backoff Procedure
WOBPWork of Breathing Patient (physiology)
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The Witch of Blackbird Pond. Houghton Mifflin, 1958.
The Dixon-Hegelian method was introduced to the students as a strategy to use in discussing and writing about topics from the two books studied in Language Arts, The Witch of Blackbird Pond (5th grade) and A Girl of the Limberlost (4th grade).
Both are wonderful pieces of literature, worthy of students' time and consideration (e.g., The Witch of Blackbird Pond [Speare, 1986]) is a Caldecott Award winner).
The conflicting ideas surrounding a woman called the Witch of Blackbird Pond further deepen the conflict in the story and provide a setting for Kit to grow up.
In her words, "He's practically in my same mind, but it's probably better for the plays that we don't always work together - and for the marriage." She is particularly looking forward to working on The Witch of Blackbird Pond with director John Dillon, a fellow traveler on the road that traverses children's and adult theatre.