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Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact
Commander-in-Chief Lincoln's Legacy Space
Research and Inferences Offered by Judi Moreillon, Ph.D.
Song: "The Battle Cry of Freedom"
Book/newspapers: "Oh, Captain! My Captain!" (poem) by Walt Whitman and The National News (newspaper)
Film: "Cold Mountain"
Colors: Red, White, and Blue
Friends: General Ulysses S. Grant, John Stewart of The Daily Show, and President Barack Obama
Birthplace: Sinking Spring Farm in Hardin County, Kentucky in a one-room cabin
Hometown: Springfield, Illinois
Education: Attended 18 months of schooling, self-taught, avid reader
Training and occupation: Self-taught lawyer
Height: Six feet, 4 inches plus a stovepipe hat
Weight: Thin but strong!
Professional goals: President of the United States, Maintain the Union
Personal goals: To survive all of the personal and professional tragedies that life has dealt me
With whom would I like to have dinner?
Hero: Henry Clay
Hobbies/Sports: Chopping wood and wrestling
Quote: "Whenever I hear any one arguing for slavery I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally."
Sample Blog Post:
Posted to the Blue and the Gray Blog on July 5, 1863:
Fellow citizens, the news has just reached me that the Battle at Gettysburg is thankfully over, but not before tens of thousands of brave American soldiers died on the battlefield. We are American people. We must preserve the Union. Together, we can overcome our problems. Let us stop this war of brother against brother. We are all blue; we are all gray. We are all one nation.
Political views and affiliations:
Actions in current events: Speech at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Ambition: To live to see the Union preserved and return to my home in Springfield, Illinois
"Abraham Lincoln, Head-and-shoulders Portrait, Facing Front." Library of Congress. Web. 15 Jan. 2011. <http://loc.gov/pictures/resource/cph.3a53289/>.
Launched: December 2010