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Oh No!
Oh No!: Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World | Mac Barnett
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After winning the science fair with the giant robot she has built, a little girl realizes that there is a major problem.
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Gracehake

“I probably shouldn‘t have given it a super law, or a laser eye, or the power to control dogs minds”

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Gracehake

This story has supernatural elements of giant evil robots with features like claw hands and laser eyes. The robot tried to destroy the town while people try to stop it.

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Gracehake
Mehso-so

This is a story about a little girl who builds a robot for her science fair project. The robot becomes dangerous and has different features like laser eyes. It becomes a bad robot and tried to take over the world. It is very entertaining and has a good storyline.

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Soscha
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I‘m back on the ARC crayzee train again! 🫤

It‘s not yet in the system yet but it looks cute: “Schrodinger's Gold” by Emory Moon.

Wish me happy reading! 🐈‍⬛🙀

rubyslippersreads I hope the cats are alive. 😹 1mo
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Balibee146
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Impromptu decision to move a bookcase to another room today.... This is my bed at 5.30 pm on a Friday night 🤦‍♀️🤣

AmyG Oy! 12mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Been there, done that….and regretted it at bed time 😂 however it did motivate me to finish before the end of the day 😂 12mo
squirrelbrain Eek! 12mo
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LiteraryinLawrence Can‘t wait to see the end result! It‘s exciting to change things up! 12mo
BarbaraBB Love it! 12mo
marleed Wow! I hope you are having fun. It‘s my kind of Friday night! 12mo
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mandarchy
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Pickpick

I think I love everything by Mac Barnett and Dan Santat. So much genius in one book kids really respond to their humor. Bonus points for making the main character a female. We need more women in science fields.

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mandarchy
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Fun with a thesaurus and physics dictionary?

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JoslynB
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Pickpick

In Mac Barnett's SF book Oh No!: Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World we follow a young, ambitious girl who comes up with an amazing idea for the science fair by creating a huge robot. It is bound to stand out, but not in the way she wanted. Chaos erupts! She seeks the way to stop it through the power of science. This beautiful, colorful book is great for a RA.

JoslynB https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/articles/teaching-content/teaching-technique...
UDL principle 3.8 increase mastery-oriented feedback and EL 6 continually monitor students‘ comprehension work well to determine how well they are grasping the material presented in the book. #ucflae3414su20
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DrSpalding Most of your peers supplied teaching resources specific to the book and you have provided fantastic resources about the teaching strategies you selected. These are high-quality resources that add to your knowledge base of how to effectively implement these strategies in the classroom. So well done. 2y
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JessicaO
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Pickpick

Oh No! is a fun SF book that is written by Mac Barnett and illustrated by Dan Santat. This book is about an extremely smart young girl who decides to build a giant robot for the science fair at school. Even though she thinks that she has the first place win in the bag, unexpected mayhem and craziness happens at the science fair! Do you think she will pull out the win? Read to find out what crazy evens happen at the science fair! #ucflae3414su20

JessicaO This book is going to have your students on their toes wanting to know what happens next! This book would be great to use as a RA. Make the story more interesting by adding fun sound effects and props. UDL principle 2.1 to clarify vocabulary and symbols would align great with this book to prepare students for vocabulary that is unknown in the book. Also, ESOL strategy #10 to teach think, pair and share strategies in cooperative groups. 2y
JessicaO Here is a credited scholastic link to get more information about Oh No! https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/oh-no--or-how-my-science-project-destr... 2y
gpraytor I love this pick and want to pick it up! I really like the principles you picked to use in your lesson! 2y
DrSpalding Scholastic is a high-quality resource. Remember that just because something includes the topic of science does not mean it is science fiction per se. Check your genre FlipBook. 2y
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Lrobertson
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Pickpick

This SF book written by Mac Barnett and illustrated by Dan Santat, won The NY Times 2015 Best Illustration award. It is about a young girls science project going south! She try‘s a toad to fix the problem, but then it becomes the issue! #ucae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be great for and Interactive RA. Stopping and asking a question along the way. ESOL Strategy 1: Teach questioning for clarification and UDL 9.3: Develop self-assessment and reflection 3y
Tinks This looks like an interesting cover and has me curious enough to look into it. Thank you for sharing. 3y
DrSpalding Here you are eluding to how the lesson and teaching strategy align with your English learner strategy. 3y
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alexblanco
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Pickpick

OH NO! is written by Mac Barnett and illustrated by Dan Santat. This book is about a girl who build a huge robot for her science fair experiment. The robot then caused so much chaos and was ruining everything in the city. She took a frog, went to her laboratory, made it huge like the robot and told it to destroy the robot. The frog did destroy it, but when it leaped, it started damaging the city also. #ucflae3414f19

alexblanco The genre is science fiction (SF). It won The NY Times Best Illustrated Award in 2015.I loved all of the illustrations in this book. It makes it entertaining to read and look at. I would use to IR teaching strategy because that way, the kids get to look at all the pictures themselves and examine it further. Their isn‘t that many words so it wouldn‘t be difficult for them to read. 3y
alexblanco An EL strategy to use for this would be to give enough wait time for second language learners to respond to questions. By doing this, I would be maximizing their opportunity to answer questions and further comprehend. A UDL strategy I would use is minimize threats and distractions. This book has to do with destroying things so I would want to make sure that the kids didn‘t get in that mindset, start acting crazy, and cause distractions. 3y
alexblanco A standard I would use for this book is https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5728. With this standard I‘d have them describe the connection between the robot and the toad, the events that took place and their thoughts. #ucflae3414f19 3y
DrSpalding Your summary is detailed yet concise and this sounds like a wonderful book to encourage creativity and imagination! 3y
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JulietReads
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa Perfect! 👌 (edited) 3y
Jackal121 Hahahaha. Truth 3y
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Lovesbooks87
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My poor credit card! Book haul will be posted later today!

Ashley_Nicoletto Yes! I can‘t wait to see what you got! 3y
JulietReads I'm seeing this tote on almost everyone's post! Lol 3y
Lovesbooks87 @JulietBooks up until today it was for B&N members only but today it was open for everyone. So I took advantage! 3y
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Myiab
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Pickpick

“Oh No ... Oh Man ... I knew it. I never should have built a robot for the science fair.“ Such a cute book! After winning the science fair with the giant robot she has built, a little girl realizes that there is a major problem. Oh No! This is a SF book written by Marc Barnett and illustrated by Dan Santat. This book was awarded the NY Times 2015 best illustrated award. This book would be perfect for IR. #ucflae3414su19

Myiab https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CITUzliNsEA . This website supports the UDL 2.5 (illustrate through multiple media) and EL 17 (provide contextual support through audio, visuals). This book is great for the classroom library. It could be used in the classroom to support ELL students due to the minimum use of words in this book. 3y
DrSpalding Helpful summary and resource. 3y
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raqueldonna
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Pickpick

SF/ NY Times 2015 best illustrated/ IR GR
Illustrated by Dan Santat in the style of a comic book, this book tells the story of a science fair project gone wrong!
2 reasons I love this book: it depicts women in the field of science & the pictures tell most of the story while the words are secondary, thus this is a perfect read for ELL's or struggling readers.
TEDtalk with the author https://tinyurl.com/yyz6u9tc
UDL 7.1
ELL buddy reading
#UCFSU19

Kayladvazquez I feel this would be a great book to keep in the classroom library. I love how it promotes women in the field of science. The fact that the book is set up like a comic can encourage students to want to read it more. The TEDtalk was super interesting and would be helpful to show students so they can get to know the author. 3y
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sydneydaniels
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Pickpick

#lae3414sp19 The book “Oh No! Or How my Science Project Destroyed the World” by written Mac Barnett and illustrated by Dan Santat (SF) is a book about a young girls science project that went wrong. She puts a toad to stop it, but then the toad became a problem. I would read this as an IR, because there are not much words in the book and the illustrations give more information about the story than the words do. (cont. in comments)

sydneydaniels For UDLs I would use 1.1, 7.3, and 1.3. For ESOL strategies, I would
use numbers 39 and 44. For a lesson plan, I would have my students make their own science project that sparks their interest and curiosity.
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DrSpalding Science and literacy....love it! 4y
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Lovesbooks87
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When you make the epic fail of sitting down without your book and the cat gets really comfy and you don't want to move her but you really want to read. Send help!!! I need my book!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

Dragon 😻 4y
JoScho She looks so cute though!!! 4y
blank I hate when this happens! One of mine will even yell at me if I try to move her, so most of the time I just accept defeat. 4y
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Lovesbooks87 @JoScho she was so cute and so comfy! She finally got down and is now giving me dirty looks! 4y
Lovesbooks87 @laurenslibrary yes! She normally does lay on me for very long and I did try to move her and she wasn't very happy at all! 4y
CoffeeNBooks 😹 4y
kspenmoll What a great pic! What a cutie! My cats do the same; protest loudly when I move then, knock books off my bedside table & try to knock books out of my hands. 😻😻 4y
akckitty Omg that face 😍😍 4y
WhatWouldJaneDo The struggle is real! It's cracking me up how she's laying with her legs dangling over you like that. 4y
CouronneDhiver 😂😂😂 Cute kitty! Great photo 4y
Lovesbooks87 @WhatWouldJaneDo my mom took the picture and she said she is saying "I can't take it anymore!" ??? 4y
Avanders 😆the look on her face is amazing 4y
minkyb Adorable! 4y
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Lovesbooks87
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When you get to school and see the disaster of your library center. I guess it just shows that my twos enjoyed their books after I left! 🤣🤷🏻‍♀️📚🤣🤷🏻‍♀️📚 Now off to make it look pretty!

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Mitch
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Oh no - one of my #jb letters seems to have been on a round the world trip and then returned to me 🤨. So sorry @Craftylikefox

Can you drop me an email and I‘ll photograph the letter and email it to you to read! Mitch (dot) k @ mac (dot) com

Craftylikefox Oh no! I will send you an email 4y
julesG From what I can see, your handwriting does not look like a spider with ink on its legs walked over the envelope, so the postal worker must have been quite daft. 4y
Mitch @julesG it‘s a mystery! 4y
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Mitch @Craftylikefox 👍🏼 4y
julesG Right left to the yellow slip of paper it says "ANK", did your letter get send to Pratchett's Discworld? 4y
Craftylikefox Haha! That would be amazing if it went to discworld!! @julesG 4y
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Lmstraubie
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AllenTStClair Those turds! 💩 4y
sammisho I must not have the newest update! That stinks! 4y
GypsyKat At least now you know. 😕 4y
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wanderinglynn Boo! 👎🏻 But I wonder why the difference? I still see the loading quote on the iOS app. 🤔 4y
Literary_Siren Hopefully they bring it back soon! 4y
jfalkens Boooooo! 4y
jfalkens Mine hasn't updated yet, I'm on Android and still have the loading quote 4y
mrozzz Bah!!! 😔 4y
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Lmstraubie
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Has anyone else updated their Goodreads app? Mine no longer shares a book quote while loading. So sad 😔 I loved those quotes.

AllenTStClair I updated and the quote still shows. Are you #android or #iOs? 4y
sammisho Oh no! I just opened mine and it shows! 4y
Literary_Siren Mine shows too. #iOS (edited) 4y
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Lmstraubie @AllenTStClair @sammisho @Literary_Siren I have #android 😭 I just sent them an inquiry. Fingers crossed 🤞🤞🤞 4y
AllenTStClair @Lmstraubie 🤞🏼Let us know if it‘s just an #android issue. 4y
sammisho I have #android! 4y
GypsyKat I haven‘t! But I hope they fix that! 4y
TiredLibrarian Android user; not seeing quotes on the new app. I wish they'd added more functionality to the app, too. 😕 4y
mrozzz 😔 4y
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MrBook
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😳😱🙊🙈🙈🙈!!! #LitsyHumor

Chelleo Somebody had ONE job! 😂😂😂 5y
AshleyHoss820 That was more than I needed to know about Kansas City...🤣🤣🤣 5y
TK421 That is fantastic.😂😂😂 5y
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Hooked_on_books They must sell a lot of lube there. 😬 5y
InBooksILive Yess! 😂 My dad's football team is the Kansas City Chiefs (mine are the Oakland Raiders, big rivals) so I'm going to enjoy showing him this! Hahahaha 5y
Jaimelire 😂 5y
JosieG That's NOT quite the welcome I'd like to receive... 😳 5y
My_novel_obsession 🤦‍♀️ 5y
vivastory All of a sudden I'm a bit embarrassed to be from KC 😬 5y
TrishB 😂😂 5y
Purpleness Well, now I know where I‘m not going on my next vacation... 5y
Cinfhen 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 (edited) 5y
arlenefinnigan "I don't think we're in Kansas anymore, Toto" ? 5y
Smrloomis 😂😂😂😕 5y
Kaye Remind me to steer clear of that place. I believe I‘ll pass and head to Iowa. It sounds safer. 5y
Craftylikefox 😂😂😂 5y
Buddys_Momma WOW!! Soooooooo many inappropriate responses came to mind for that one. I‘ll leave it alone! LOL 😂 5y
Lcsmcat 😮 5y
tammysue Oh goodness 😂 Love KC!! 😍 5y
sammisho Good ol KC! 5y
Susanita Who knew! 5y
rabbitprincess 😳😳😳😱 5y
KimHM Sorry to spoil the joke, but the sign was digitally altered: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article210654079.html 5y
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everlocalwest
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Looks like Litsy will be down for a bit tomorrow! So glad @Chelleo let me know! I thought we were supposed to get featured posts for stuff like this? (Not stressing, genuinely curious...)

jfalkens I thought so too 😕 5y
Bostonmomx2 Far as I can tell, the Litsy account hasn‘t even posted it...or at least hadn‘t when I looked a little while ago 🤷‍♀️ 5y
everlocalwest @jfalkens @Bostonmomx2 I guess because the time down was so limited the didn't feel the need to push? 5y
jfalkens @everlocalwest I guess lol 5y
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UglyOldBat
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I accidently reset my timer! Was up to 4 and a half hours. Have to start again now. Tell me I'm not the only one 😣

#24in48

Little_Reader It happens. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 5y
Karkar It happened to me the first on. But I was 8 hours in. 5y
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Yeah_I_Read
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Oh man 🤦🏾‍♀️ what did I start
I think I‘m gonna need a few more boxes

Andrew65 You could set up your own bookshop, but it will be cathartic! 😊 5y
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ValerieAndBooks
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This is where BAM (Books a Million) was at the mall. Clearly I don‘t go there often enough because it‘s apparently been closed a while! Maybe too much competition from the Barnes and Noble half a mile away. And also they say malls are dying.

DivineDiana I had never even heard of it!!! Unless this is the one that replaced the Chester County Book Store?!? 5y
ValerieAndBooks @DivineDiana BAM is a chain. Maybe that store was underperforming? The book outlet store that is in the same location as CCBC was, is still open! 5y
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BookwormAHN Apparently they are closing a bunch of the Books A Million stores. Our main one in La is closing at the end of this year. 5y
[DELETED] 3803335244 I‘m so sorry it closed! We had a few stores close were we live that sell books. Such a bummer 5y
ValerieAndBooks @BookwormAHN it‘s always sad when bookstores close 😢. Sorry one of yours is also. 5y
ValerieAndBooks @ForeverNerdy we still have a few around us...thank goodness! Hope you still do, too. 5y
[DELETED] 3803335244 @ValerieAndBooks our nearest non-used book store is over an hour away. But that‘s probably a good thing for this book addict. Lol 😂 I‘m glad you have a few others! 5y
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Rachbb3
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Not really aware of how addicted I am to Litsy until it's taken away.

dariazeoli 😂 Today, a lot of us were Gollum 5y
Melissa_J 🤣🤣🤣 Exactly. 5y
Linear I think i acedently spammed some people while i was trying to figure out what was wrong 5y
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CoffeeCatsBooks I know! 😹 5y
Floresj I did the same!!! Just don't take it away on a Saturday morning!😢 5y
LitLogophile Agreed😂 5y
jfalkens @Linear I think I did too 😕 5y
jfalkens I missed Litsy, thankfully it's back 😀 5y
Billypar I had no idea it was down- I was uninstalling and reinstalling, deleting my cache, data.... No addiction issues here 🙄 5y
suvata Abso-bloody-lutely 5y
CouronneDhiver I might have panicked a little too. Lol Yep. Addicted. 5y
DakotaWilde 😂😂😂 exactly my reaction 5y
Linear @Billypar i almost did that haha 5y
Debiw781 😂😂 5y
kelseynicburke Hahah I panicked and I posted the same thing 3 times cause I didn‘t what was happening and when it came back I had all these duplicate posts 😅 5y
MinDea 😂😂😂😂 5y
hermyknee 🤣 I thought I was the only one! 5y
Eggs Ha ha me too 5y
hermyknee I turned my phone off and then on again twice to see if that would help. It didn‘t. It. Didn‘t. 5y
ReadingSusan Seriously! 5y
AmyG Hahahahaha...me, too. 5y
DGRachel Right? I know there must have been life before Litsy, but that doesn‘t mean I want to go back to those dark days. 🤣🤣 5y
TheLibrarian 😂 perfect representation! 5y
Ddzmini 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂Love it 5y
CareBear I love you all for feeling this way too. You guys are definitely my tribe. 5y
JazzFeathers True, eh? 😄 5y
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everlocalwest
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Trying everything during #LitsyCrash2017!

Ddzmini 😮NO 5y
everlocalwest @Ddzmini that was a test post after my attempt to get it working again when it went down this morning. Then when I reinstalled I had a message from @Litsy about problems with the servers. So happy it's back up! 5y
Ddzmini I know I was going 🤪 5y
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Apinlibraryland
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I got an email today from the admins that my #secretsantagoespostal was delivered, but I never received it! Hopefully it‘s at the post office and I just didn‘t get a notification card! Thank you, Santa—we‘ll hopefully get this figured out!

MatchlessMarie Hope everything works out! After the Halloween exchange, my letter carrier is on the naughty list 😈 5y
Avanders 😨 Hope the PO has it!!! 5y
CatLass007 I‘m your Secret Santa. The package was sent and should have arrived on Saturday, December 9th. I will put a trace on it on Monday. It was sent priority mail. (edited) 5y
Apinlibraryland @CatLass007 I‘ll check the post office tomorrow! Hopefully it‘s there or it will be delivered Monday! Thanks so much! 5y
CatLass007 Please let me know. And, you‘re welcome. 5y
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JordanHull
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Pickpick

#UCFLae3414F17 Oh No! Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World is a SF text written by Mac Barnett. This story is about a girl who builds a robot for the science fair. Unfortunately, her robot takes off and begins to destroy the town. She thinks about the things she should and shouldn‘t have installed as she tries to stop the robot.

I would utilize ESOL strategy 44 and have students practice predicting and summarizing the story. The text is

JordanHull simple so they would be able to do so easily. I‘d use UDL 1.1 and use this book for storytelling. Seeing me model and emphasize plot points while following along in the book will aid student‘s comprehension. This books could be used for S, RA, and GR.

http://www.brimfulcuriosities.com/2010/09/oh-no-or-how-my-science-project.html
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JordanHull The link above goes to a lesson where the students build their own robots. I would take the activity a step further and have them make a comic strip about what their robot would do.

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