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Dream Team: Student's Book Level 2 by Norman Whitney. (Paperback ). DREAM TEAM Tests with Answer Key. 1 students' 2 boys' 3 Angela's 4 parents' . 6e. 1 Are you a student? . 1 What book (you read) at the moment? dog / run. The Dream Team, 2E is a fun and exciting computer applications and sports marketing simulation where students take on the role as owner of their own professional sports team. The links below provide access to The Zone 2 Spreadsheets.
Elevator Pitch PG Team Logo PG Team Roster Table WP Team Letterhead WP Letter to Official WP News Release WP Team Protocol Outline WP Season Schedule SS Travel Expenses SS Salary Sheet SS Promotional Calendar SS Merchandise Inventory SS Banner Stand Design DP Selfie Promo DP Cell Phone Case DP Admission Ticket DP Opponents Database DB Vendor Database DB Stadium App Wireframe PR Fan Survey OT Menu Planning OT Personnel Form.
Project Planning Forms Project Planning Forms allow students to "map out" a project's content, design, and layout on paper first. Guiding questions help students brainstorm aspects of a project, while design areas allow them to begin sketching the project before designing on a computer.
Each eText license code, once redeemed, is valid for 1 year or 6 months from the date of first log in One license code is required per student Unused license codes do not expire and can be redeemed at any time A minimum order of 10 license codes is required. Standards CCTC: Specifications Grade: He also spends a bit too much time dwelling on uninteresting conversations with Larry Bird, the player he obviously admires the most.
In some of these instances, there's actually a parenthetical basically noting that you had to be there to really get what was so witty or insightful about Bird's remarks. He also frequently wades into pretty offensive territory when he talks about race or gender.
In one section he apologizes profusely for an earlier slight to Bird that involved quoting him in dialect. McCallum rightly recognized that this made Bird look dumb and that he shouldn't have done it, but the apology veers into nonsense territory when he puts his actions down to "reverse racism", swearing that he'd never have done that to a black player" he spends parts of the book doing this to black players.
It would be a little less bothersome if McCallum's thoughts on racism the kind that actually exists weren't so dumb.
His descriptions of white players as smart and hardworking and black players as talented alpha males demonstrates an incredible lack of self-awareness. At one point he ventures close to a realization that this is a racist trope, but quickly backs down.
He's discussing a poll about the smartest player in the NBA, one in which white players captured a huge majority of the votes, when he finally bothers to ask himself "is this racist? This is a story about men, and so McCallum doesn't have that many natural opportunities to say anything offensive about women, but he still manages to get a few shots in.
The most egregious might be the section where tries to put a professional athlete's troubles in the context of what he believes to be the plight of working class men and women. For men, this includes working long hours; for women, cleaning house and carrying children.And no book on the Dream Team, or any other team Jordan was a part of, for that matter, would be complete without multiple perspectives on and from His Airness.
The third part consists of two sections: Vocabulary and English across the Curriculum or Cultural Studies. His humor is, for the most part, inappropriate and irreverent.
Which is also my game. Playing together resolves tension, breaks down barriers, and builds friendships.
He helped our team become a family. Like most of the worst parts of this book, it's so bothersome because it feels so unnecessary.