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Tutor profile: Tami A.

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Tami A.
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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Question:

I am in seventh grade and I have to do a book report on any book that is historical fiction. My teacher says it has to be at least 200 pages and written since I was born. I don't like history. I just like baseball - that's all.

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Tami A.
Answer:

Let's see if we can find you a book that you might enjoy. I'm sure we can find a historical fiction book about baseball. Would you like to try "Out of Left Field" by Ellen Klages? It was written in 2018 and has over 200 pages so it should fit all the requirements and the book is set in the 1950s. I hope you enjoy it.

Subject: Early Childhood Education

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What should parents and educators focus their attention on to help little ones be prepared for school?

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Tami A.
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The first five years of life are critical for children to learn skills they will need to be successful in school and life. As a parent or educator of little ones, focus every day on these five activities or skills - talk, sing, read, write and play. These activities do not have to be fancy or strictly structured. Just take the time to integrate these skills into your daily life. For example, sing a song or two every night during bath time. Talk to your child at mealtime about how their day is going and what they have been doing.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What does "it's not rocket science" mean in English and how is it used?

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Tami A.
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The term "it's not rocket science" means something is not difficult at all and is easy to figure out. However, it is generally not used in a kind way. It is often used to tease or mock yourself or someone else. Use caution when using this phrase!

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