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A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever | John Keats, Bridwell Library, Petrarch Press
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ebrown
Owen | Kevin Henkes
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Owen is an adorable F picture book about a young mouse who struggles to give up his favorite comfort item. In the end his family works together to find a way to help him keep it around all the time! It won a caldecott for the beautiful pictures inside. For this book I would do a RA preferably with kindergarteners towards the beginning of the school year. http://web.uvic.ca:8080/wits/pdfs/schools/books/owen/owen.pdf this lesson plan is perfect for

ebrown incorporating ESOL students into the classroom using ESOL strategy #46 “use discovery learning activities (hands on activities)” because in the lesson plan it specifically blocks out time for students to draw about their favorite comfort item. This also coincides perfectly with the UDL strategy for comprehension in that it activates the students background knowledge. #ucflae3414f19 2mo
DrSpalding Very nice Post! His books are a must for the primary classroom. Children love the mice and the very realistic stories that go along with them. They are very easy to relate to. 1w
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Erinehart
Actual Size | Steve Jenkins
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Actual Size by Steve Jenkins is a great non-fiction literature book for children. This book gives information of different animals and shows the creature in its actual size! This book would be a great choose for a children read aloud. During a read aloud the teacher can go over different vocabulary words pertaining to the text and children can also relate to seeing some of these animals in the book. #ucflae3414f19

Erinehart This book would be wonderful for a RL because there‘s a lot that a teacher could incorporate with it. https://www.brighthubeducation.com/lesson-plans-grade; this lesson plan allows the student to participate in a hands on activity learning about the different of objects. A great ESOL strategy that would coincide with this lesson would be #46 because the learning is being expanded through a hands on activity. 2mo
Erinehart A UDL strategy I would use with this book would be “clarifying vocabulary and symbols.” This is a great strategy because this book may have some text that is unfamiliar to the students. 2mo
DrSpalding Nice job on your posts. Remember to utilize author and publisher sites before any others. This is quality nonfiction and should be a part of your classroom library to show students how literature and math go hand-in-hand. 1w
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kricheal
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I think the twist came early in this one, and last little bit on the ending was a little confusing. Worth a read. #46 #2019

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Mary_Dehner
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The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt, Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers is a magical little low fantasy fiction PB that talks about just what the title says: Crayons Quitting! It‘s simply adorable and entertaining and would be great for a DR in a primary classroom. I would have students write from Duncan‘s perspective and then act it out. Here is a resource for this text https://www.teachingideas.co.uk/library/books/the-day-the-crayons-quit

Mary_Dehner The UDL strategy I would use for this book is 4.1 and ESL #46 #UCFLAE3414SU19 5mo
DrSpalding Make sure you are explaining your universal design and English learner strategies. It is an amazing book that should be in your classroom library. It works very well as a mentor text for writing persuasive, friendly letters. 5mo
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Jazinator
Beowulf | Anonymous
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Book #46: I should start off my review of this story with the premise that I do not generally like stories that are written in "Old English" or something close to modern English, such as Shakespeare. They take too much for me to get invested in the story personally and I find that detracts from my enjoyment. The story of Beowulf is about a famous man...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/2006/06/the-306-greatest-books-46-beowulf.html

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Caffeinated_Reader
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Had this on my TBR for a while and I‘m happy that I‘m finally making a dent in that list. This year has been full of amazing reads so far and I can‘t wait for more! #46

Caffeinated_Reader 😭😭😭 this one will stay with me. It reminds me of all the true crime podcasts that are sadly exactly like this. It‘s heartbreaking how common it is. Man. 7mo
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caldwellalex95
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"Hidden Figures", written by Margot Lee Shetterly/illustrated by Laura Freeman is an inspiring nonfiction (NF) story that could be incorporated into a read aloud (RA) activity in the classroom! This picture book is vibrant with its illustrations, which will guarantee each student's undivided attention. The story "Hidden Figures", which has been turned into a major motion picture, is a true story about four black women who assisted NASA with

caldwellalex95 launching men into space. This book takes place from 1930 through 1960; during this time, women were viewed as inferior to men. The four women in "Hidden Figures", Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Christine Darden overcame discrimination, as women and as African-Americans, while working at NASA. After doing some research on Scholastic's website, I stumbled across a fun and interesting activity for students to engage in. The 8mo
caldwellalex95 activity is called "Moon Math"! During this activity, students will feel like they are part of the action as they read about Katherine Johnson. Then, students will complete a diagram of the moon lander's flight plan and calculate angles! These assignments are hands-on and will have students engrossed in math! Once students finish these math activities, there are a series of questions for them to answer to confirm their understanding. ESOL strategy 8mo
caldwellalex95 #46 and #36, along with UDL's language and symbols strategy (2.3) integrate with the "Moon Math" activity. "Hidden Figures" is a lovely and informative story to read to students, and it could be read aloud specifically during Black History Month! Because young students, teenagers, and adults will enjoy this exhilarating picture book based on a true story, I believe this book is a must-have in every classroom! 8mo
caldwellalex95 #LAE3414SP19 www.math.scholastic.com/issues/2016-17/011617/moon-math.html 8mo
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megnews
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Accurate and hilarious look at daily parenting struggles. 😂
Book #46/90 2/1/19

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TheReadingMermaid
How to Kill a Monster | R. L. Stine
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#46 "Step 1: Run. Step 2: Run faster."
Gretchen and Clark think staying with their grandparents in the middle of their swamp is a real drag. Their grandparents are weird and not very much fun. But when they keep hearing noises from the room upstairs something tells them they're not alone in this house. Curiosity killed the cat!
#GoosebumpsChallenge