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Jgolub13
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This is a fantastic NF story about how a sled dog led the charge to save an entire town from disease. Written by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel this novel is perfect for LC. This fits in with the ESOL strategy #32 Use student pairs for team learning, especially for reports, experiments and projects. The UDL strategy Foster collaboration and community (8.3) also goes hand and hand. #ucflae3414f19

Jgolub13 Balto is a great way to introduce the iditarod to the classroom. This lesson plan mixes the book Balto and The Great Race with Social Studies as it explains the history of one Alaska's best traditions. https://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson103.shtml 1mo
DrSpalding This would be an excellent option for a literature circle this time of year. I know teachers that have studied the Iditarod and followed the race to incorporate history, math and language arts. 1w
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ebrown
Time of Wonder | Robert McCloskey
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Time of Wonder is a RF picture book by Robert McCloskey. It won a caldecott for for the beautiful pictures inside. What I love about this book is the way each page reads like really smooth poetry. The descriptive writing is beautiful and beneficial not only for younger students, but for grades 4+ as well. This book could be used in IR or PR to coincide with this lesson plan: https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceUrl/Preview/25646

ebrown This lesson plan is about how the setting of a story impacts the plot. The setting plays a huge role in this story, and dictates the plot greatly. My UDL strategy Providing options for comprehension, in which I will highlight patterns and relationships within the text. This lesson could be modified for ESOL students with the “use student pairs for team learning” (#32) ESOL inclusion strategy. #ucflae3414f19 2mo
DrSpalding Lovely post that follows the rubric well. Make sure you continue to use the rubric throughout your posts! Any activities that highlight the narrative elements of story are beneficial to students. 1w
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EadieB
Spelled | Betsy Schow
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Day 2 - #Spell #ChillingPhotoChallenge

Fairy Tale Survival Rule #32: If you find yourself at the mercy of a wicked witch, sing a romantic ballad and wait for your Prince Charming to save the day.

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blithebuoyant
Boundless: A Drizzt Novel | R. A. Salvatore
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AHHHHHHH here we go! Book #32 is out today as of midnight ♥️

GrilledCheeseSamurai Shit. I didn't know this came out. Now that's five books I need to pick up tomorrow. 🤪 3mo
blithebuoyant @GrilledCheeseSamurai I started it a few hours ago, it has a very exciting beginning! ♥️ No spoilers, enjoy! 3mo
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Macker11
Inch by Inch | Leo Lionni
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This RF written and illustrated by Leo Lionni won the Caldecott award! This book would be a great way to facilitate a math lesson about length. I think it would be good if the students had a shared reading and paired it with thinking of objects to measure in the classroom! This book contains stuff that we might not be able to measure, but we could find stuff all around and share what we find out! We could even make estimates prior to measuring

Macker11 Students could use UDL #6.3 by using this book as a source to learn to measure. ESOL #32 for working in groups! This great resource is exactly what I was picturing in my head for a lesson! http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceLesson/Preview/72932 #UCFLAE3414SU19 5mo
MeganKlein @Macker11, I loved the way you came up with the idea to incorporate this book with a math lesson! It is so important for students to build literacy across all subject areas and this book does just that! The lesson plan you provided is awesome, and the EL and UDL strategies align perfectly with this text. 5mo
DrSpalding You are easily aligning universal design and English learner strategies appropriately. Yes! Good books can be used in all content areas and this one works well in math. 5mo
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Rupi
The Final Journey | Gudrun Pausewang
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Book #32

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MeaganM
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George vs George is a picture book written and illustrated by Rosalyn Shanzer. It is in the NF genre and would be best utilized using the PR strategy to really focus on each side of the American Revolution. This book tells the story of the American Revolution by presenting both sides; George Washington‘s and George the lll.
Https://www.readingrockets.org/strategies/partner_reading.

MeaganM This website details the importance of PR to allow students to provide each other with feedback and give time for collaboration. EL strategy #32 used student pairs for team learning like PR encourages. UDL 7.1 optimizes individual choice and this book combined with the learning strategy will allow students this choice by letting them choose which side they want to represent. #ucflae3414su19 6mo
DrSpalding Meagan your web resource is excellent! You understand how easy it is to align quality books with effective strategies that can meet the needs of ALL students. Beyond that, you are selecting books with Social Studies themes that could be used to teach required SS topics. This topic aligns to grade 5. This standard aligns beautifully: http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/3049 6mo
MeganKlein @MeaganM, thank you for providing the resource about PR! I learned so much more about this teaching strategy and how it can be utilized in the classroom. This book seems very interesting and one that I would love to have in my own classroom library. It's important to have a good variety of books across all different genres, and I can see this book standing out to students who really enjoy learning about United States history! (edited) 5mo
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Jazinator
Persuasion | Jane Austen
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Book #32: Many of the books on my list remain with me long after I have read them and some are forgotten completely. This is one of those forgotten completely books. This is easily not the best of Austen's work, which is probably the reason why it is not mentioned alongside Pride and Prejudice, and it is also not even close to my favorite. The plot...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/2004/08/the-306-greatest-books-32-persuasion.html

#100greatestbooks

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ally11301
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This P book is great to use during LC. This book explains how limericks are written and it‘s rules. This book was interesting to read because all of the poems were different and some were actually quite funny! This book was written by Brian P. Cleary and Illustrated by Andy Rowland. This book is great for students to read when learning about limericks and poetry.

ally11301 https://www.scholastic.com/teacher/articles/teaching-content/grades-1-2-poetry-l... This website is very helpful and informative when it becomes to building poetry. It also helps give ideas to students on how to make a Limerick poem. 9mo
ally11301 The ESOL strategy that would apply to this lesson and book would be #32. This is because students can pair whether in small groups or as a big group up to make up funny Limericks! 9mo
ally11301 UDL 8.3 Foster collaboration and community os great to attach to this lesson. Students learn by collaborating with other peers. 9mo
alexandracarpenter Since my little brother is OBSESSED with gross stuff, I can definitely see this book being a hit with him and other little kids. This book sounds super interesting and I will have to check it out! 8mo
DrSpalding Again, your universal design and English learner strategies are thoughtful. 8mo
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TheReadingMermaid
The Barking Ghost | R. L. Stine
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#32 "Bad dog. Really BAD dog."
No one believes Cooper when he tells them that strange things are happening in his new house. No one hears the barking at night. and no one else has seen the dogs that disappear right before your eyes. Cooper is a scaredy-cat and it's all in his head... right?
#GoosebumpsChallenge

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