After using the THIEVES strategy for your non-fiction book, write a one paragraph summary of the book in the comments section.  Then, read the book, and write another paragraph explaining how accurate you were in your first paragraph.  Write this second paragraph as a reply to your original comment.
 


LP AN BM CB CH
11/16/2012 10:49am

This book is about many famos artists. Who made pieces out of bronze. They used the lost wax process. One was a famous statue named Delphi. An artist named Ghibertis made famous bronze doors called the doors of paradise. This book is a good source of information on the art of the lost wax sculpting process.

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LP AN BM CB
11/16/2012 11:03am

We got it pretty acurately. We missed the MiIchelangelo was the one that named the doors paradise, and that da Vinci made a big statue of a horse for the Duke of Milan. Africans made wieghts of broze called gold wieghts. The thinker was made using the wax process.

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HP,AH,EG,NK,GG,JA,AR,KG
11/16/2012 11:12am

The search for the trojan horse. they try to find the trojan horse because it was there only shelter in the trojan war

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KO IM BH TS XKW
11/16/2012 11:14am

Our book was called Walk The Freedom Trail, This book was about landmarks along the freedom trail.These events were about how America won it's independence. XKW,TS,and BH thought that this strategy was not good, because you don't really understand the book when you use this strategy. I think just reading the book will help you more. This stratagy is good because if you are tired you will not have to read the whole book.

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mccarty tollboth group
11/16/2012 11:14am

people called Lenardo are renaissance because he had many different skills and intrest. also he lived in Florace Italy what would life be like in Florance Italy? it would be really poor. Where would you have gone to school? Lenardo did not have rich parents and he didn't have a good education so he taught himself how to read and write. One of Lenardos famos painting was the Mona Lisa. Why did Lenardo paint the Mona Lisa?

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