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No, David!
No, David! | David Shannon
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In an autobiographical picture book by the creator of A Bad Case of Stripes, a mischievous boy is depicted doing a variety of naughty things for which he is repeatedly admonished, but finally he gets a hug.
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No, David! | David Shannon

“Yes, David... I love you!”

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“No, David!” won the Coldecott Honor Book 1998. It is a very good because the moral of the story is no matter how many times your parents yell at you, they will always love you.

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I actually would read this book multiple times to my classroom that I worked in over the summer. The kids would really interact with the book and explain what was going on in the book by looking at the illustrations.

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No, David! written by David Shannon. Caldecott Honor Book. This book follows the childhood experiences by the author David and how he did all these bad things but in the end his parents still love him.

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No David is a funny book that shows kids that even though parents may not always be so positive, they always love you.

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DeannaP
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This is a silver Caldecott honor book about a boy named David who does things that he is not supposed to do. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/no-david-exten... An E.D strategy that would go with this book would be to “optimize choice and autonomy”. This strategy would apply because students would choose what thing someone in their life has told them not to do.#ucflae3414su19

DeannaP An ESOL strategy to go with this book would be to “integrate speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities” since we would read the book as a class then write about a personal experience we have had with someone telling us no and making a book about it. 2mo
Macker11 I think these books would be cute to incorporate into maybe the beginning of the year when the class is discussing the rules and what is right and wrong. 2mo
DeannaP I think so as well! I also think it would be a helpful resource to use when a child is misbehaving. You can re direct their attention to these books. 2mo
Kendylleonard I love this book! It‘s a great story to read to students at the beginning of the school year to encompass classroom rules. I know plenty of students that love reading this series! Also, I love your idea of having students write about their own personal experience. It allows them to relate it to their own lives, which is very beneficial! 2mo
DrSpalding You could also include the author study shared in class! This is an excellent resource. These books are so appropriate for our kindergarten and first grade population. 2mo
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No, David! is a Caldecott winner written and illustrated by David Shannon. This RF book is about a little kid who broke all of his mother‘s rules. As a result, all he ever heard his mother say was, “No David!” This book would accompany EL strategy #21 and teaching strategy of a read aloud if it was recorded on audiotape to expose students to English. #ucflae3414su19

MeaganM https://www.weareteachers.com/audiobooks-benefit-students/

This website provides educators with a list of benefits to using audiobooks in the classroom. UDL 1.2 offers alternatives for auditory information.
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Macker11 I always remember these books, and finishing them because of how funny they were! Everyone can think of someone to relate David to, and that makes it more realistic! I love the resource for Audio books, it can help so many children out and help them escape in a book 2mo
Summerm I've read the “No , David“ books to my groups at the school that I work with and they absolutely love them! A great fun addition to a classroom library. 2mo
DrSpalding We are teachers is an excellent resource! I thoroughly enjoy audiobooks and believe they can be excellent alternatives in the classroom especially for second language learners and children reading below grade level. Try them! 2mo
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Dylanburgett
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No, David by David Shannon is a Caldecott award winning book. This RF is a heart warming picture book about a wild child that is always told no by his mother. Teaching strategy: Would have to be an AS on David Shannon. EL: Continually monitor students comprehension. UDL: Guide information processing and visualization. Website: http://nodavidshannon.com with all his info and other books. #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding It is realistic fiction and also an autobiography. Be sure to use the numbers in addition to the verbiage regarding your principles and strategies however they are aligned. 1mo
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Stephanie5
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This book is RF and could be read in a SR. No, David! Is about a child who acts like a child and gets time out but like every mother and their child they come back together and after all the craziness David makes. In classrooms its a good book to ask for prior knowledge on and if they‘ve ever done anything like David has. Caldecott award winner. #ucflae3414su19

Stephanie5 This book would definitely best be tied with ESOL strategy 4. The UDL 3.1 to activate prior knowledge great opportunity. https://www.kindergartenworks.com/kindergarten-teaching-ideas/22-no-david-activi... many great activities that could be accessed. 2mo
Myiab Good book and great resource with freebies! Teachers love freebies! 2mo
DrSpalding I could see shared reading working quite well in a kindergarten or first grade classroom with this book. 1mo
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No, David! Is a RF picture book written and illustrated by David Shannon. This book would be great for RA, as it is a Caldecott award winner and students will love to see the pictures. This book teaches a great lesson that no matter what you do, your family will always love you! Students seem to always be able to relate to the mischievous main character. (Cont.) #ucflae3414su19

galacticbees (Cont.) UDL strategy 7.1 and ESOL strategy 3 work best with this resource: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/no-david-exten...
This resource is great for allowing students to express themselves and immerse themselves in their own book. #ucflae3414su19
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DrSpalding Scholastic is a high-quality resource and the strategy of read aloud is perfect for Shannon‘s books. These books are meant to be read to primary students. Being that they are autobiographical, students can make a text to self connections easily. 2mo
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kateschaeffer
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this book is about a little boy named david who is very rowdy. inside this book that bursts with wild comical illustrations children and parents enter a world they can relate too

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No, David! | David Shannon

Yes, David. I love you.

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No, David! | David Shannon

I thought that this book shows children that parents will always love us even when we aren't doing what we're suppose to do like play ball in the house.

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jjbowenkunkler
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Contemporary Realistic Friction and was written in 1998. This book is about a boy named David that is just full of energy and messes around. David's mother tells him to not play ball in the house, don't play with his food, and etc. At the end the mom tells David to come to here and she says that she loves him

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I think these would be great in an elementary classroom! I really enjoyed these books when I was younger! It would be great for silent reading!

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Contemporary Realistic Fiction Published in 1998
A series about a boy who does many things that lead his mother to say “No, David!”. These books follow David and his adventures.

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Makenziebrumfield
No, David! | David Shannon

“Davey, come here. Yes, David... I love you!”

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Makenziebrumfield
No, David! | David Shannon

This book goes to show that no matter how many times your mom or dad may say, “no” to you, they still love you and want the best for you.

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Genre: Caldecott
At the beginning of the book, David‘s mom always told him “no” and “you can‘t do that” to almost everything David would do. However, but the end of the book, his mom hugs David and tells him she loves him.

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MNelson98
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No, David! is a RF picture book that is great for S and RA‘s in elementary school classrooms. David is a silly and mischievous child that always breaks his mother's rules. Plenty of children can relate to this book because children are always told what they can or cannot do by their parents. ESOL strategies 14 and 17 can be used for S and RA‘s. UDL 7.3 also works with the two teaching strategies and keeps students engaged.

MNelson98 This website provides great activities and crafts for an elementary school classroom: https://www.kindergartenworks.com/kindergarten-teaching-ideas/22-no-david-activi... #lae3414sp19 5mo
KAdudu I love this book I remember reading this book in elementary school. 5mo
DrSpalding Realistic fiction is a fine genre however this is more so an autobiography. David in the story is actually the young David Shannon. I agree, this could be a wonderful storytelling… Hint, hint! 5mo
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No, David! | David Shannon

“Come here,
Yes, David...
I love you!”