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A Wrinkle in Time
A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
It was a dark and stormy night; Meg Murry, her small brother Charles Wallace, and her mother had come down to the kitchen for a midnight snack when they were upset by the arrival of a most disturbing stranger."Wild nights are my glory," the unearthly stranger told them. "I just got caught in a downdraft and blown off course. Let me sit down for a moment, and then I'll be on my way. Speaking of ways, by the way, there is such a thing as a tesseract."A tesseract (in case the reader doesn't know) is a wrinkle in time. To tell more would rob the reader of the enjoyment of Miss L'Engle's unusual book. A Wrinkle in Time, winner of the Newbery Medal in 1963, is the story of the adventures in space and time of Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin O'Keefe (athlete, student, and one of the most popular boys in high school). They are in search of Meg's father, a scientist who disappeared while engaged in secret work for the government on the tesseract problem.A Wrinkle in Time is the winner of the 1963 Newbery Medal.
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LaraS
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UGH I just can't with this audio book, somehow all of the main character voices sound unnecessarily whiney. Not sure this version is for me...

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Literary.Gem37
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I have NEVER read A Wriinkle in Time, but oddly I have read all the other books in this series. Now, I have watched the movie a lot of times. This book, in my opinion was way better than the movie. I would definitely recommend you read this before you watch the movie because you will try to compare the parts. I did listen to this via audiobook and Hope did an awesome job.

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“life, with its rules, its obligations, and its freedoms, is like a sonnet: you're given the form, but you have to write the sonnet yourself.“

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Tamra
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A confessional post. I‘ve never read AWIT, nor have I attempted to read it to my kids because in general they don‘t dig fantasy. My son tried the graphic novel but bailed. Soooo, I was surprised they decided to watch the Disney adaptation last night for family movie. We enjoyed it.😁 My question is aside from the obvious tech elements, how different is it from the novel?

Reagan My daughter loves the movie and I tried reading the book to her, but I don‘t think it was translating well as a read aloud. I think I will try to read along with her instead so we can talk about it. 4w
cherinium I have not seen the movie, but have been curious about this as well. I loved the book as a child, but was indifferent when I reread it last year. I'm not sure if I want to invest time in the movie. Any advice? 4w
Tamra @cherinium I wouldn‘t have chosen it as an adult viewer, but it was a good choice for family viewing. The family is mixed race like ours and formed by adoption like ours, so it was an unexpected fit! The message was great for tweens too. 4w
Tamra @Reagan-reads good idea! I don‘t think for us I‘ll try the book as a read aloud. They get bored with fantasy quickly - movies are faster paced of course, so that makes a difference for them. 4w
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maciforster
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This TL book by Madeleine L‘Engle is about Meg Murray, Charles Wallace, and his mother are eating when someone is at their door. Charles ignores it but their father has been experimenting with time-travel before he disappeared. The siblings and their friend Calvin decide to search for their father in space. It won the Newberry in 1963. #ucflae3414f19

maciforster This goes with UDL principle 2.4 to make sure that all students are able to relate to what‘s going in throughout the book. It also goes with EL strategy #6 since it is a more challenging book. You can use IR for this book so that students will be able to take their time with this book and discuss at their own pace. (edited) 1mo
maciforster This website is provided by the author of the book which would be great for discussion: https://www.madeleinelengle.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Wrinkle-in-time-guide... 1mo
fabozzia I‘ve never heard of this book! It sound very intriguing. Definitely a must have for a classroom library! 1mo
DrSpalding Going straight to the author as a resource is wise. Continue to do this in the future. This book could be an independent read but also could be used as a read aloud. You would need to aid students comprehension due to the science fiction genre and its complexity. 2d
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A Wrinkle in Time is a Science Fiction book written by Madeleine L'Engle. This book has won the John Newberry Medal, the Sequoyah Book Award, the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award, and was runner-up for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. This book is about a young girl named Meg, her brother and their friend and their adventures through time. I loved this book and think any young reader will too. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh UDL 3.1 Activate and supply background knowledge and 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols. ESOL I would break the text down and associate pictures with words and pair with a partner. 1mo
haleyklein Once again such a great book! Thank you for the share! 1mo
ChrisC I actually started reading this book not to long ago. It‘s definitely an interesting read. 1mo
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KevinKantola
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A Wrinkle in Time is a Science Fiction book written by Madeleine L'Engle. The book has won the Newbery Medal, the Sequoyah Book Award, the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award, and was runner-up for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. This is a a book about a girl named Meg and her adventures through time and is a must-read for any young adult! This book would be amazing for a LC. #ucflae3414f19

KevinKantola https://educators.brainpop.com/bp-topic/a-wrinkle-in-time/

These are some fun engaging activities involving this book!
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KevinKantola The UDL strategy I would use is EDL 1.3, offer alternatives for visual information, by creating a storytelling presentation for the students. The ESOL strategy I would use is ELL 17, provide contextual support through audio-visuals, models, demonstrations, body language and facial expressions. 1mo
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Alexush
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A wrinkle in time is a great science fiction book by Madeleine L‘Engle. This book allows you to go on an adventure with Meg her brother and their friend Calvin. For this book I found a great website ( https://bookpagez.com/resource/a-wrinkle-intimelessonplans/utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=paid&utm_campaign=BookTitle&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIicDMhODi5QIVAm6GCh1bdw7PEAAYASAAEgK8XfD_BwE  ) that includes a big lesson plan and many activities.

Alexush For this book I would suggest independent reading. The UDL I‘d use for this book is 3.2 because focusing on the big idea and relationships in this book will help the kids better follow along, understand and comprehend. The ESOL I‘d use for this book is 6 because monitoring comprehension will allow me to make sure that the child is understanding what‘s happening in the book. 1mo
Alexush This book is a John Newberry Award winner and is for grades 3-8. #ucflae3414f19 1mo
DrSpalding This is excellent science fiction. This bug me require reading aloud to facilitate comprehension. It can be confusing in some areas due to the content surrounding time travel. Helpful resource. Please be sure to add many Newbery award winners to your classroom library 7d
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Enchanted_Bibliophile
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This was a cute story, but I didn‘t get all the hype.
My expectations might have been a bit high as this book won numerous awards, has been adapted to Film and (according to Goodreads) 91% of people like it.

Reagan My daughter loves the movie and we were trying to read the book together but it wasn‘t working too well as a read aloud. We‘ll try again though. 2mo
Enchanted_Bibliophile @Reagan-reads I'm planning on seeing the movie real soon 2mo
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pippejen000
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I have read this book 4 times, and first found it in 4th grade. This is my all time favorite book and suggest it for anyone who likes science, or even reading in general. I think this book has a good story line and the charcters devolpment is really shown. Please go read!

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AmyK1
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Day 5 #7covers7days #covercrush

I have no idea who is or isn‘t participating at this point. Consider yourself tagged if you haven‘t been already and want to play 😁

Crazeedi Great book! 3mo
AmyK1 @crazeedi I need to read it again. It‘s been a very long time lol 3mo
Tanisha_A 😍 3mo
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AkashPhoenix
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A book that really pushes ur imaginations. If you're someone who draws the entire plot in their head, this book challenges you to its deepest core. Drags a bit at times but not a disappointing book at all, keeping in mind this book was written nearly 5-6 decades ago with such emphasis on Time Travel.
My fav character-Mrs Who & her amazing quotes!
“Explanations are not easy when they are about things for which your civilization still has no words"

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Qui plus sait, plus se tait!

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Deep!

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Let The Child Out!

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Texreader
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Two hours past #wondrouswednesday but I love this post and I was tagged by the awesome Littens @Eggs @TheSpineView so here goes:

1. Tagged, but also Call of the Wild and Rebecca, which I read umpteen times in middle school
2. Sherman‘s Lagoon 🦈
3. Lately, Jussi Adler Olsen‘s The Scarred Woman
4. Homemade corned beef hash with over-easy egg on top
5. Feeling a bit late for this so consider yourself tagged if you still want to play

Cathythoughts Stacking The scarred Woman👍🏻 3mo
Eggs 💖 L‘Engle 💗corn beef hash w egg 3mo
Texreader @Cathythoughts Have you read his other Department Q books? It helps to have read them to see why this one is so well done. But probably not completely necessary 3mo
Cathythoughts @Texreader thanks for the heads up - I‘ll go back & investigate the Department Q books 👍🏻 3mo
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TheReadingMermaid
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I would recommend this book for the classic that it is. Definitely to younger readers but I don't think this book would be enjoyed as an adult as much as it would as a teenager or preteen.

Please read my full review here:
https://thereadingmermaidsreviews.weebly.com/book-reviews/a-wrinkle-in-time-by-m...

MelissaSue81 I read this as an adult and I just didn‘t get it. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 3mo
TheBookKeepers Agreed. I read it the first time as an adult and just wasn‘t impressed with it. 3mo
tapgurl I hated it as a kid. I just didn‘t understand it. I read it as an adult and loved it 3mo
ShelfRighteous This was on my tbr but with the comments and all I dont think I'll pick it up anytime soon😬 3mo
Oldschool_millenial @ShelfRighteous I'm a young adult and I actually really enjoyed it very much. The audiobook has a great reader. You do you tho 3mo
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alisamebius
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Favorite childhood book! 🥰
#mbcreadathon
#mbcfrogsread8

anygivenmemory Entered 4mo
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wideeyedreader
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This one always makes my #imagination run wild—even if I can‘t quite make sense of all of it!
#letstravelaugust

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great choice!!! 🙌🏻 4mo
OriginalCyn620 Love this book! ❤️📚💫 4mo
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Apeacock12
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A Wrinkle in Time is a Newbery Honor recipient and is a SF novel. This novel follows Meg, her brother Charles, and friend Calvin as they search for her missing father. Together these three children and three supernatural women who take them on a journey to bring back Alexander. Students will learn the power of unconditional love and how it can overpower darkness and hate. This is a great book to use in a classroom in LC.

Apeacock12 https://www.madeleinelengle.com/for-educators/wrinkle-in-time-teacher-resources/
This website has curriculum guides and other teaching resources that can be used in your classroom. ESOL strategy 1 by encouraging students to ask questions about the text as they read. By highlighting and bringing attention to major points in the story as the class reads together, you can satisfy UDL strategy 3.2.
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DrSpalding A classic that many read last year due to the widely publicized movie. Author sites are high quality resources! Yes! 4mo
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OriginalCyn620
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Each of these books involve a great #journey. #letstraveljuly

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💙💙💙 5mo
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MDodge
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Good morning on day 2 of #24in48! For the #hour30 #MGYA challenge, I actually already used these books (is that kosher?) for #sff. However really a wrinkle in time is one of my all time favorite books! The hero and the crown and the thief were also favorites of mine. I recently read some of the thief books and they stand up- still so good! of the copies pictured, the hero and crown is the only one I‘ve had since childhood and you can tell 😂 📚

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Cari_tsundoku
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Another book I‘ve read several times. I never get tire of reading this book. It was the first one I read by her and I love it!

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CaliforniaCay
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I started this book a while ago, pretty sure it's been over a year. But I just couldn't get sucked into it for some reason. Decided to finally power through and finish it while on vacation and watched the movie adaptation immediately after. Over all, both were pretty enjoyable. But I think I would have liked it more if I had read it as a kid. What do you littens think, is it worth continuing with the rest of the series?

rretzler It was my one of my favorite books while growing up. I read it first in the late 60‘s and many times in elementary school. I‘ve since read it to my sons a couple of times and it didn‘t hold up for me. I think the fact that it was so overtly religious escaped me when I was in elementary school - that part turned me off as an adult. As a child, I believe I identified with Meg and Charles Wallace because of their intelligence - rare in a book then. 5mo
rretzler I won‘t watch the movie because I‘ve heard it‘s nothing like the book and that‘s a big turn-off for me! 5mo
rretzler The rest of the series was not nearly as good as the first book. The second book was similar in theme to the first with the same characters. It has an internal theme versus the external theme of the first book. Many Waters features Sandy and Dennys and is a take off on the Noah‘s Arc story. The other two I don‘t really even remember although I know I read them. 5mo
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BarbaraJean I second what @rretzler said—I think Wrinkle in Time is the best of the series. A Swiftly Tilting Planet almost feels like historical fiction except that Charles Wallace sort of enters the consciousness of various people throughout the history of his ancestors. It sounds weird and it is! I love L‘Engle‘s ideas, but the way she embodies those ideas in the rest of the series gets to be a little too out there for me. 5mo
rretzler @BarbaraJean Ah, yes, I now remember that one. It was not bad, but I agree that it was a little weird. As I recall, it was published when I was in High School so I didn‘t read it until much later as an adult. The first and second I read as a child and loved the scientific aspect of them - the rest didn‘t seem as scientific to me. The tesseract and the explanation of dimensional travel thrilled me as a child! Geeky, I know! 5mo
BarbaraJean @rretzler Yeah, in the third, the fantasy shifts more to telepathy and away from the sciency fantasy of the first two. I loved the idea of the tesseract, too. 😊 I also think there‘s more character development (esp. with Meg) in the first two, which I connected with more as a kid. 5mo
SW-T I loved the first book when I was young. Didn‘t try book 2 til I was older and couldn‘t get into it then. Maybe I‘d have liked it better if I‘d read them closer together. Lovely photo btw 😊 5mo
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Books.Bottles.and.Babies
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I read A Wrinkle in Time a million years ago when I was very young, but don't remember much about it. I bought the whole series for my boys recently so it seemed like a reread was in order.
I finished Memento last night and will finish this very shortly which will out me at 10/8 books for #bookfitnesschallenge !! Two books ahead of my goal, let's see if I can get in one or two more! #bfc
#childhoodreads #currentlyreading
@wanderinglynn

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Book 38 of the year, finished May 15, audio

A genuinely enjoyable book! I really wouldn't have had a guess that it's a 60 year old story if the one boy hadn't kept saying "Golly"

Definitely will share this one with my kids.

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Llanphear
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Last day of our Middle Grade Book Club. Bittersweet. This was our final read. A fun, thought provoking book. I love the themes of this book and the weirdness of it all. Very interested to read the next three. 🌟🌟🌟

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tdrosebud
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It's the first day of the #bookfitnesschallenge! I've started with basic calisthenics, listening to the tagged book.
2 sets of 15 for the following:
pushups
crunches
oblique crunches
leg abductions
leg abbductions
squats
Also did 2 15 sec planks, hopefully I'll be able to hold it longer by the end of this challenge

Clwojick Way to go! Great start ❤ 7mo
BarbaraJean Great job! And this is a wonderful book for audio—are you listening to the one narrated by Jennifer Ehle? 7mo
BookwormAHN Fantastic 👏🏻 7mo
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tdrosebud @BarbaraJean It is not, it's read by Hope Davis 7mo
4thhouseontheleft Way to go! 💜 7mo
Caterina Great start! Planks are tough, but I've found that if I do them every day consistently, I build up time pretty quickly! I'm sure you will too! 👍 When I did a single plank for as long as I could every day for four months, I went from 30 seconds to 5 minutes! 7mo
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Tianarose
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Love love love. The ending just melts my heart!

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Eggs
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Sounds of laughter, shades of life
Are ringing through my opened ears
Inciting and inviting me
Limitless undying love
Which shines around me like a million suns
It calls me on and on across the universe🎶

#acrosstheuniverse #beatlemaynia @Eggs

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Tianarose
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My companions today; Meg, Charles Wallace and Calvin

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Tianarose
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Next up for audio. :)

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Christinak
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Mrs. Murry‘s flaming red hair, creamy skin, and violet eyes with long dark lashes, seemed even more #spectacular in comparison with Meg‘s outrageous plainness. #QuotsyApr19

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BlueMonday42
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It‘s been a long time since I last read this, and reading it as an adult lends a new dimension of my understanding of the power of evil and the power of love to counteract it. One of my favorite children‘s novels.

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I very much enjoyed this recording of the newest edition of one of my all time favorite books. Hearing Ava Duverney share what this work means to her, then listening to Madeline L‘Engle read her own introduction in a recording from a time before I was born, both really hooked me. I enjoyed Hope Davis‘ narration as well.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
#kidlit #classic

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mjz614
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A definite let down

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C.Austin
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I‘m not going to lie, I was very hesitant to read this book. However, after renting this book from the CMC I read it in one day! This book was so good! It is about a girl named Meg who goes on an adventure of a lifetime with Calvin (a classmate) to find Meg‘s father who is trapped on another planet! This SF novel by Madeleine L‘Engle is a Newbery Award Winner, and would be great for LC! #LAE3414Sp19

C.Austin As I stated above, I would love to use this book for LC! This resource would be perfect to give to the students who are reading this book for LC. Definitely going to use this in my classroom! https://www.scholastic.com/content/dam/teachers/activities/migrated-files-in-bod... ESOL Strategy 2: Promote cooperation (small groups). UDL Principle 7.1: Optimize individual choice and autonomy. 8mo
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Mmw2478 I have not read this book and feel like everyone on the planet has. It sounded weird to me but think I‘ll try it and add it to my classroom. Seems like it would also be a good read aloud. 8mo
C.Austin @Mmw2478 I thought it sounded weird at first too which is why it took me so long to read it! But, I absolutely loved it! Highly recommend! 8mo
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Zmohammad
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A wrinkle in Time a SF, John Newbery Medal winner, would be good for LC. This book is about a girl who travels through time and space to find her dad. This could be beneficial in the classroom because students can read this while discussing other content areas. UDL Strategy 5.2 Use multiple tools for construction & ESOL 2 Promote cooperation would align with the lesson plan by having them organize thoughts for communication. #LAE3414sp19

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A Wrinkle in Time is SF novel written by Madeline L‘engle this book has won a Newberry. This SF novel would be perfect as an IR book as well as an LC book. I can see students reading this book alone and enjoying it a great amount and then I can also see students in a group discussing this book with one another. #LAE3414sp19

LaGasseSam1996
If students are reading this in a group or by themselves, you will want to limit distractions for the students as much as you can. This is UDL 7.3. You can set time aside once or twice a week to allow students to read independently or to meet in their groups and discuss the book.
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LaGasseSam1996
If students are reading this in a group or by themselves, you will want to limit distractions for the students as much as you can. This is UDL 7.3. You can set time aside once or twice a week to allow students to read independently or to meet in their groups and discuss the book.
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LaGasseSam1996 http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/literature-circle.... This lesson plan from ReadWriteThink is if you choose to go the literature circle route. This lesson plan gives each student in the literature circle a different job to do while reading the story. 8mo
Kcallihan I have always loved this book and I think you did an amazing job explaining how to use it within a classroom. I think it was very important that you included limiting distractions if allowing students to read this in a group setting. I love the link to the literature circle because I think it‘s very important that every student is assigned a job or else he/she might not feel as inclined to participate. Good job!! :) 8mo
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JessMarie
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”No matter how slowly her feet had taken her at the end, they had taken her there.” p. 192

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Carinna.Chin
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An SF novel about time travel/jumping. UDL Illustrate through multiple media. A girl searches for her father and fights to get her genius brother back! Would use as LC for whole class then watch the older movie as a treat and have students compare the two. Pre-teach vocab for non-ELL and ELL. teacher resource https://www.matchfishtank.org/curriculum/english-language-arts/5th-grade-literat...

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Olsonashley19
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This Newberry award winner by Madeleine L'Engle is a must have SF story! Follow Meg Murry on this journey to a brand new planet and see all the mysterious adventures! I would use this book as a LC in my classroom. UDL principle 2.1 and 3.1 along with ESOL strategy 23 would help students while reading this book!

Olsonashley19 Attached is a reading guide for the book that students can use while in literature circles! https://www.scholastic.com/content/dam/teachers/activities/migrated-files-in-bod... #lae3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 I read this book too! I thought it would be amazing LC choice for students! 8mo
DrSpalding Looks like you have created teacher nametags for your books! Woo hoo! 8mo
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gnewman
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A Wrinkle in Time (SF, Newbery Honor, and RA) was one of my favorite reads this semester! The astral travelers are my favorite part, and it was awesome to watch the 2018 film to go along with the novel. This goes along with UDL Principles 1.3: Offer alternatives for visual information (if you show the movie in the class) and 5.1: Use multiple media for communication. It also encompasses ESOL Strategy 13: Use preview/review activities.

gnewman This may be a new concept for students to tackle (especially if it is related to science lessons), so making sure that everyone fully understands what is going on before moving along is key for comprehending this book at a high level. In addition, and excellent resource comes straight from Madeleine L'Engle's website. 8mo
gnewman She includes a ton of resources for teachers, including curriculum and study guides, how to perform it with your students, and a great video! The link is https://www.madeleinelengle.com/for-educators/wrinkle-in-time-teacher-resources/
#LAE3414sp19
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kennedimartin This looks like a great book! The resource you linked looks great and very useful if you were to read this book in the classroom! Thanks for sharing! 8mo
DrSpalding There has been a resurgence of students reading this book due to the movie. Nice job utilizing the authors website. 8mo
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Decided to add another book to the mix. Needed an audiobook to take proper advantage of the improved weather to do some #audiowalking today!

I really enjoyed Ava Duverney‘s new introduction & hearing Madeline L‘Engle read her own introduction was very special. This new edition is a treat!

🎧👟🌸
#Libby #audiowalk

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Darklunarose
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I am not currently reading this but am trying to add the books I have completed before joining Litsy! I actually liked A Wrinkle In Time But did find it a bit tedious in places which is why the so so rating . I am determined to finish the series and have one or two books to go.

Jovy Welcome to Litsy! I loved this series in my teens. Have to reread to see if it‘s as good as I remember. 😊 9mo
Darklunarose @Jovy it‘s always good to go back over our teen loves! 9mo
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Love listening to audiobooks in the car with my kids.

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A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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Finally watched this, after listening to the Audiobook, and I don't like the movie or the book. I know Meg is a child, but she was awful and whiny. Maybe I'll try again, but this wasn't for me.

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KristenDuck
A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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Mehso-so

A Wrinkle In Time follows main character Meg, a young girl, on her journey to find her father who disappeared a long time ago.

She is accompanied by intriguing guides including Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who, and Mrs. Which. Personally I thought their characters added a magical quality to this book and I liked them best of all.

It‘s a decent book but not a defined pick just because I see it geared for a much younger audience than I originally thought.

RadicalReader seriously gorgeous turtle 9mo
KristenDuck @RadicalReader thanks! I love turtles and this is a gift from my mom in honor of my nana who was a breast cancer survivor. Lots of meaning. 9mo
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Haleysantucci
A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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A Wrinkle in Time is a classic F book written by Madeleine L'Engle and won a Newbery award It is about 3 kids, Meg, her brother Charles, and Megs classmate Calvin who travel to find Meg and Charles's father who is stuck on another planet and held there by evil forces. It's a great book that teaches kids about good and evil and unconditional love. #LAE3414sp19

Haleysantucci https://edsitement.neh.gov/lesson-plan/wrinkle-time-board-game Is a fun lesson plan for kids in 5th-7th grade. I did this lesson plan when I was in sixth grade and I remember it being so fun, I was fully engaged the entire time and was analyzing plot and character development. This lesson plan utilizes UDL4.1 and 5.2 because of the various ways the children are expressing their knowledge and communicating the principles. 10mo
Haleysantucci Strategies 2 and 8 will be helpful in this lesson plan for ESOL students because the lesson plan has the kids work in groups anyway and modeling what a game board is and how to create one is needed. 10mo
Haleysantucci It's a longer book so it may be good for LC's. I had this books read aloud to me everyday for the last 15 minutes of class and I loved it. 10mo
DrSpalding Because of the movie, many children read this book last year. They redid the cover and brought it into the 21st-century. What genre? 10mo
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