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Kimberlone
Catching Fire | Suzanne Collins
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Today‘s audiobook listening while I‘m at work. I have a long day for a Saturday unfortunately, but I am looking forward to tonight...having a birthday party for my 30th before leaving for vacation next week (my birthday is not actually til the 17th). Other than this audiobook, I don‘t think I‘ll have much reading time today.

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AlyssaB
Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins is a SF novel that would be a great LC or IR in your classroom. The book is about a young girl named Katniss Everdeen and 23 other kids who fight for their life to survive the Hunger Games, only one is allowed to come out alive. Award: Hal Clement Award

AlyssaB An UDL strategy would be 7.3 minimize threats and distraction. An ESOL strategy would be 3 encourage self-talk. A great resource would be http://teacher.scholastic.com/resources/hunger-games-for-teachers/ which gives resources on all three books. #UCFLAE3414F19 3d
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SiriGuruDevSingh
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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Day 8: H❤️

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TristanPool
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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Winning the Hal Clement and Dorothy Canfield Fisher awards, The Hunger Games book 1 is a SF novel that is near and dear to my heart and I feel would be a great addition to an elementary classroom. Revolving around a girl named Katniss who lives in District 12 under the Capital‘s rule in a nation that lies in the ruins of North America, readers follow her journey taken as she volunteers as tribute in a “fight to the death” match. #UCFLAE3414F19

TristanPool This book would be best used as a LC to promote a deeper understanding of the book‘s text features. UDL 3.2 with EL 6 would be a great pair to use for the LC as the students are presented with highlighted features and the teacher can continually monitor student comprehension. 6d
TristanPool https://www.lacoe.edu/portals/0/lacoe/jcs/hunger%20games%20curr.%20guide.pdf is a great resource to use as it provides a weekly lesson overview aligned with standards that can be easily transformed and transferred to an elementary classroom. 6d
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Jager
Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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This book was a great book I would rate it 5/10 I would highly recommend this to anyone who like book about action/adventure this book is about a girl named Katniss Everdeen who lives alone with her mother and little sister . In the beginning of the book it talks about the reaping the reaping is where they pick out a random name for the girls and the boy to fight to the death in the games.the mood of the book is happy and sad this is a great book

MissYaremcio Good review Jager! Make sure you include the right parts of the assignment in your next post (you included the mood instead of pacing)! 2w
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Books-R-Love
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Truly lost for words. Let the momentary feeling of hollowness sink in as I fight to make peace with the bittersweet realization that this beautiful journey has finally come to an end. #thehungergames #mockingjay #theend

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Books-R-Love
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I have made it to the final book. But, the realization that there won‘t be any more books in the series awaiting to be read makes me want to put off reading this book or read it as slowly as I can...to slow down time...to savor every page, every word, not wanting it to end. Oh, how unprepared I am to get to the end!

Bookwormjillk Good news- there‘s another one coming out soon! 3w
Books-R-Love @Bookwormjillk no way! How come I didn‘t hear about it. And doesn‘t it say on the cover, rather explicitly, that it‘s the “final book of the hunger games”. 3w
Bookwormjillk @Books-R-Love It‘s a prequel 🤪 3w
Books-R-Love @Bookwormjillk hey, I‘ll take it! 3w
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ChrisC
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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This is a science fiction about a girl named Katniss Everdeen and her fight for survival as she and 23 other kids fight to the death in the hunger games. This would be a great book to use for a dramatic reenactment to use in a middle or high school setting. #ucflae3414f19

ChrisC A good ELL strategy would be to place language in meaningful context so a student become successful language learners. The UDL principle to use would be 3.3 guide information processing, visualization, and manipulation to help with comprehension. 3w
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SCDWriter
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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Ive read this book about 9 times and the story never ceases to be deep and thoughtful. Realistic chatacters and a utterly disturbing look at how people can be divided.

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Reader93
Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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I've been to the future, the past, to places far away, and those down the road. I've been to a land of fantasy, of magic, of romance and of sin...and I will keep wondering and do it over and over again.

brit91 True!🙂 3w
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