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Hurricane Song | Paul Volponi
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I‘ve finished book #43!!!!!

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ProfReader
Hurricane Song | Paul Volponi
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Reading 📖 #43!

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Rupi
Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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Book #43

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Erinehart
One Crazy Summer | Rita Williams-Garcia
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One Crazy Summer is both heartbreaking and a funny tale about three girls who travel to California in 1968 to spend the summer with their mother who abandoned them. One Crazy Summer has multiple awards including the Scott O‘dell Award, Newberry Award, National Book Award, and Coretta Scott King Award. #ucflae3414f19

Erinehart This is a book I would suggest for an IR for 4th or 5th grade class. A UDL strategy that could be used with this is to activate or supply background knowledge. This created higher level thinking for the student. https://b0f646cfbd7462424f7a-f9758a43fb7c33cc8adda0fd36101899.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.co... is a good resource for both teachers and students. It could be a great guide before and after reading. (edited) 1mo
Erinehart An ESOL strategy I would is #43: have students underline or highlight key words or important facts while reading. 1mo
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kricheal
H is for Hawk | Helen Macdonald
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Compelling memoir about a women who loses herself to grief while raising a hawk, ultimately her hawk helps to heal her. #43 #2019

Merethebookgal I found this memoir to be really interesting, too! 3mo
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MeaganM
The Big Snow | Berta Hader, Elmer Hader
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The Big Snow is a traditional literature book that won the Caldecott Medal for illustrations. It was written and illustrated by Bert and Elmer Hader. It follows the journeys of many woodland animals as they began to realize that winter is approaching and start
planning accordingly. This story would pair with EL strategy #43 that requires students to underline or highlight key words or important facts in written assignments.

MeaganM http://www.adlit.org/strategies/23332/

This website offers suggestions for incorporating selective highlighting. This could be taught in tangent with a science unit for animal adaptations and utilize UDL 1.3 to offer alternatives to visual processing. A cause and effect chart would be effective. #ucflae3414su19
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MeganKlein This book would be awesome for teaching students how to visualize! Many students living in Florida don‘t really know much about snow and the season of winter, and I think this book would be a great way to teach students about those things. I really like your resource and I learned some new information about selective highlighting! 4mo
DrSpalding Good for you! Finding a resource regarding how to appropriately highlight information is helpful. I also like the idea of a cause and effect chart. Well done. 4mo
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Kendylleonard
Leprechaun in Late Winter | Mary Pope Osborne
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#43 of the Magic Tree House Series, Leprechaun in Late Winter by Mary Pope Osbourne would be a great book to use for an LC or even an IR. In this book, Jack and Annie travel to Ireland to help a young girl find her purpose, while running into a few issues along the way. Students love this series and would most likely love to take part in reading it. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Kendylleonard I would use UDL 6.2 for their LC as the students will develop a plan of how to keep track of reading. The ESOL strategy that would also align would be #10. When conducting an LC group, they will need to share thoughts and ideas of what has happened so far. The resource I found links this book to a math lesson for students. This would be great to implement because they could read this book with their LC‘s, and also see it cross-curriculum 4mo
Kendylleonard within their math lesson. The activity is a fun graphing assignment with questions to answer! https://www.mthclassroomadventures.org/application/files/4514/8605/0873/mth-43-l... 4mo
DrSpalding Your website resource is excellent! I love that children can travel the world while reading these books! Not only are they learning geography but you have tied this to a math lesson as well. They are cross curricular in nature and you now having visited Ireland, brings even more passion to this topic. Share vacation images with your students! 4mo
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Jazinator
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Book #43: We head back to the ancient classics with this Roman telling of the travels of Aeneas, a Trojan who ultimately became the ancestor of the Romans. The Aeneid feels like it was written to fulfill the Roman need to copy all of the Greek mythology, and unfortunately that is how this book reads. The first half follows The Odyssey almost to the...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/2006/03/the-306-greatest-books-43-aeneid.html

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ashley_o13
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Laundromat read 📖
Book #43 of 145

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Kcallihan
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#lae3414sp19 The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss is a fiction children‘s book that is wildly popular. This fun-loving book is about two kids doing chores and getting interrupted by a cat in a hat who gets them in to many sticky situations. This book helps to teach kids basic rhyming words while still keeping them entertained. The UDL I would use for this book would be 3.2, highlight patters, critical features, big ideas, and relationships.

Kcallihan Allowing the kids to see the rhyming patterns and identify the relationships between those words is a critical lesson to within this book. The ESOL strategy I would use would be #43, have students highlight or underline key words or important facts in written assignments. 9mo
Kcallihan If an ESOL student is able to highlight the words on their paper (from the book) that they believe rhyme it will not only allow the teacher to gauge their understanding but also prevent embarrassment for the student. A lesson plan for this book could be: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/ad/b6/fa/adb6faeded11d0475e26e658b34ce748.jpg 9mo
DrSpalding Rhyme is an important phonological skill and no one models rhyme better than Dr. Seuss! March 2 is his birthday and much of the nation will celebrate this with a Read Across America events! 9mo
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