Alexandra Zhang

Alexandra Zhang

Biography

Alexandra Zhang lives in Virginia and was born in 1999.

•    Alexandra is a member of Girls on the Run and the Girl Scouts.

•    Sports are important to Alexandra. She plays tennis and soccer, runs, ice skates, and does gymnastics.

•    Alexandra’s spare time is always very short because she is busy reading a good book, playing with friends, or watching TV.

•    When she gets older, Alexandra hopes to become a professional tennis player or a world journalist someday.


"I love working with other people and am always looking forward to anything that has to do with writing or researching."

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    Read-Aloud Plays: Ancient World

    Read-Aloud Plays: Ancient World

    by Alexandra Hanson-Harding

    Students can explore everyday life in the ancient world with these engaging read-aloud plays. Set in Babylonia, Egypt, Phoenicia, Assyria, Greece, Kush, Rome, and China, each play also includes background information, creative extension activities, thought-provoking discussion questions and writing prompts, as well as literature links for both students and teachers.

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    Read-Aloud Plays: World War II

    Read-Aloud Plays: World War II

    by Alexandra Hanson-Harding

    Invite students to explore World War II with these riveting read-aloud plays. Each covers key concepts and events such as Pearl Harbor and D-Day, The Blitz, Manzanar Detention Camp, and the fateful voyage of the S.S. St. Louis. Also includes background information, creative extension activities, and thought-provoking discussion questions and writing prompts!

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