Nickel and Dimed Teacher's Guide

Nickel and Dimed Teacher's Guide
Journalist and author Barbara Ehrenreich goes under cover to work low-wage jobs across America, learning how difficult it is to eat, find shelter, and survive earning poverty-level wages. This teacher's guide consists of three sections: Reading and Understanding the Book, Questions and Exercises for the Class, and Terms and Phrases to Define.

Grade Levels: 9 - 12

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