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kgarzon
Freedom Summer | Deborah Wiles
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(author: Deborah Wiles; illustrator: Jerome Lagarrigue)

This RF is a touching story of how friendship defies racism as two boys, one black and one white, attempt to go somewhere together once the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is passed, only to see firsthand that a law can't fully change people‘s hearts. This can be used as a RA, pausing at appropriate parts to have students predict what will happen when the two boys get to the pool.

kgarzon Coretta Scott King Award and Ezra Jack Keats Book Award 5d
kgarzon https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/guide-teaching... This link has a lot of similar titles and discussion questions for learning more about the civil rights movement.

EL Strategy 29: Offer a variety of reference materials at the students‘ instructional level for independent use.

UDL Principle 6.3: Facilitate managing information and resources.
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YesseniaN
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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Pickpick

This HF short novel is a great IR for young students. The novel is from a young girl's perspective during a time were white Americans and black Americans were at a divide. She had an activist father and a community of leaders all around her, including Uncle Martin (MLK). Not only could this be a great IR, but It could also be an RA during a history lesson. #ucflae3414f19

YesseniaN ESOL: Being able to provide literature to different subjects provides multiple forms of representations.
UDL: Provide options for Comprehension (3) Activate or supply background knowledge (3.1)
Link provides a lesson and writing component if used in a higher level class. http://www.usd116.org/ProfDev/AHTC/lessons/Burrus10/Burrus10.htm
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Alexush I love history and reading this looks like a book I‘d really enjoy and so would a class 😊 5d
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ebrown
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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This book is absolutely precious. It teaches tolerance for people who are different than you. It is a F book with a perfect lesson plan to go along https://witsprogram.ca/pdfs/schools/books/whoever-you-are/whoever-you-are.pdf I would use this book for a RA. UDL strategy 3.1 ESOL strategy 37. #ucflae3414f19