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sbombasi
She Persisted | Chelsea Clinton
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This B picture book written by Chelsea Clinton and illustrated by Alexandra Boiger tells about 13 American women who changed the world in their own ways. Each page describes a short synopsis of each empowering woman in how they brought their dreams to a reality that changed their lives and encourage women as a population despite hate, challenges, and struggles. #ucflae3414f19

sbombasi This would be good for an RA/CR (students can all say “She persisted” when it appears) and to be read during National Women‘s History Month. This is a great lesson plan to showcase this.
http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/march-nati...

The UDL principle 7.2 optimizing relevance, value, and authenticity along with EL #28 provide biographies of significant women from different countries.
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ebrown
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As a self-proclaimed feminist, I thoroughly enjoyed reading Chelsea Clinton‘s NF book about women changing the world despite all odds being against them. I would use this book in the classroom as a readers theatre, as beautifully demonstrated in class the other day. The ESOL strategy I would use would be #28. Provide biographies of significant men and women from different countries. The UDL strategy used would be for perception, offering ways of

ebrown customizing information and offering alternatives for auditory and visual information. #ucflae3414f19 1mo
fabozzia I‘ve never heard of this book but it looks so good! I would absolutely want this for my classroom library! 1mo
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Brandon_Lee_Hayes
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I just released this story and it hit #1 New Release on amazon in the 30-Minute Teen & Young Adult Short Reads category! It is #28 overall on the Amazon Best Sellers page for this category! I can't describe how excited I am to create something that people are engaging with. If you want to get a copy it's only $0.99. Here's a link https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WJL8TR3

#horror #ebook #getindie

IamIamIam That's great news! Congrats! 3mo
IamIamIam I just snagged it. 👻☠ 3mo
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Brandon_Lee_Hayes @IamIamIam I really appreciate it! Thank you so much for the support. I'd love to hear what you think about it when you read it! 3mo
IamIamIam @Brandon_Lee_Hayes I sure will! I'm always on the lookout for horror stories! Good luck!! 3mo
llcoolnate I just picked this up! I look forward to the read! 2mo
Brandon_Lee_Hayes @llcoolnate Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. I have another story on Amazon called Lab Zero that's currently free if you want to snag that too! Thanks for listening to my recommendations as well! 2mo
llcoolnate Of course! Will do! 2mo
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Mary_Dehner
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Life In Motion by Misty Copeland with Brandy Cobert is YA Autobiographical Novel that tells the story of the life of American Ballet Theatres first ever African American principal dancer. The novel takes you through the unlikely success story of one of my biggest female role models. I originally got this book to start a book club at the dance studio I work at. It was a big success! So I recommend a lit circle for this text.

Mary_Dehner Here is a resources for lit circles great for this book... http://www.readwritethink.org/resources/resource-print.html?id=19 I would also utilize ESL strategy #28 for this text and UDL 3.1 #UCFLAE3414SU19 4mo
DrSpalding Read write think is an excellent resource and same comments regarding your principles and strategies. 3mo
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ravenlee
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#28 down for #nancydrewchallenge! Suspend your disbelief as Nancy faces down an international stock scam, recovers stolen jewels and furs, enjoys some winter sports, and talks Aunt Eloise into an Adirondack house party with her five best friends. Fun as always.

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Kendylleonard
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Peaceful Protest: The Life of Nelson Mandela by Yona Zeldis McDonough, is a B that can be used for a RT for older students or a RA. This book includes all of the important facts and great achievements of Nelson Mandela. The resource I found is an interactive kids website to find more information about who Nelson Mandela is and how he is seen as a hero. I would use this resource for older students, as it is slightly text heavy. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Kendylleonard https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/general-history/nelson-mandela/ The UDL I would implement is 7.2. This book helps teach children about historical figures and how they changed today‘s world. I would use ESOL strategy #28 as this book is a biography of a very important historical figure. 4mo
DrSpalding Utilizing National Geographic is a wise choice. Thank you for noting the text heavy nature of this particular book. Remember that you could possibly dip in and dip out to share information applicable to a particular lesson in social studies. 4mo
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Rupi
Don't You Cry | Mary Kubica
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Book #28

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Jazinator
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Mehso-so

Book #28: Although The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was written first and is really the first book in the pair (with The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn), I'm sure I am like most people now-a-days having read Huckleberry Finn first. Mainly because it was required for school, but also because it is just considered a better book. The two books are not...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/2004/04/the-306-greatest-books-28-adventures-of.html

#100greatestbooks

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Lulu6
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Another great discovery from my local library - #28 of the Bob Skinner mystery series.

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kricheal
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This was heartbreaking. I had to keep reminding myself that this was nonfiction, some of these stories just tear you apart. The one that really got me was the widowed woman and her husband's funeral pyre. #28 #2019

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