#NewYorkCity | Two homeless men squat in the shadow of the recently completed World Trade Center, October, 1975, Jean-Pierre Laffont. To the left is the landmarked Barclay-Vesey (Verizon) building and on the right 90 West Street, both extensively damaged on 9-11 but restored.
FREE Have your students practice the first 100 Fry Words by using tickets! Oh, soooo many clever ways to use these ... collect for rewards, pull from a fishbowl and read as a ticket to leave the room, etc. From Mrs. McKown
A Class DOJO Prize Center. This is an easy way to set up a reward system for students to be rewarded for their points. The signs are available for free download. Easy to make and out of the way. Really adds to your classroom management system.
World Trade Center (Twin Towers) --On September 20, 1962, the Port Authority announced the selection of Minoru Yamasaki as lead architect and Emery Roth & Sons as associate architects. Yamasaki devised the plan to incorporate twin towers; Yamasaki's original plan called for the towers to be 80 stories tall. To meet the Port Authority's requirement for 10,000,000 square feet (930,000 m2)) of office space, the buildings would each have to be 110 stories tall.