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