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creative ways for my students to focus on the skill of main idea and supporting details through audio podcasts, video podcasts, books on tape, board games, and printable resources that have been made available to me. Dicrionary also recently studied Thomas Alva Edison because our unit in science was about electricity and he was born on February 11, 1847. Two ways I have recorded myself have been: Going to Scholastic News online as imperative dictionary as the TIME for Kids website to find articles about coral reefs that I can record for my students to listen to on CD.