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University of Virginia Library: Mark Twain's Memory-Builder

Play a leveled memory-builder game to learn more about Mark Twain and his life.
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Play a leveled memory-builder game to learn more about Mark Twain and his life. Part 1 asks eight questions about the life and career of Sam Clemens. Correct answers present pictures and facts while incorrect answers introduce you to various people involved in Clemens’ life. Each of these people give facts and hints to help you choose a better answer. Part 2 asks eight questions about American history during Mark Twain’s life. Learning more about the life and times of Mark Twain can help students better understand the importance of his works. Timelines are also available to help organize these thoughts. 

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