Reference Questions: Bank Street curriculum

Q: I am looking for a Bank Street curriculum for (3rd grade) on (subject)?

A: There is no quick-fix, one-stop solution to this question.  It requires some hard graft and research.

Past IMPs or theses are also very useful in this search because there are many Bank Street-inspired curricula/lesson plans/original books etc. It is up to you to read and evaluate the quality of the work and the suitability for your purpose.

To find theses on your topic use the advanced catalog, tick the ‘theses’ box, and try keyword and subject searches using a combination of the terms Bank Street, curriculum, and your chosen topic.

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