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BRaulerson
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Slowly, Slowly, Slowly, said the Sloth by Eric Carle is a perfect read aloud for young children. It also provides repetitive words that the children can read along with you when it comes to that part. The sloth meets other creatures throughout the story and shows the importance of rest. A lesson plan for this story can be found at https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/slowly-slowly-...

BRaulerson A UDL Guideline I would use for this story is promote expectations and beliefs that optimize motivation. This story will discuss importance of rest which could optimize motivation for the kids. The ESOL Strategy I would use is using direct instruction. Modeling some of the words and actions from the story while reading and explaining the sloth‘s reactions could definitely help the learners comprehension. #UCFLAE3414F19 3w
DrSpalding Wonderful book selection and author! Excellent job aligning universal design and English learner strategies. Direct instruction works perfectly with your teaching strategy of read aloud. 3d
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Thndrstd
In Praise of Slowness | Carl Honore
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This has been on my TBR for a long time and, unfortunately, time has not been kind. While there is still some good information and the message of taking your time in a constantly speeding up world is an always worthwhile one, some of the information is out of date and many of the adoptions - the rise of yoga and meditation, for instance - have become part of the culture rather than passing fads. Still useful information, however.

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Lcsmcat
Poems from the Lake | Elizabeth Hobbs
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TheSpineView 🤩🤩🤩 5mo
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TheSpineView
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tammysue 💖 5mo
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TheEllieMo
In Praise of Slowness | Carl Honore
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Megabooks 👍🏻👍🏻😎 5mo
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EadieB
Slow | Brooke McAlary
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TheSpineView 😍😍😍 5mo
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SomedayAlmost
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Great language, but story rambles. She is one of my favorite writers, but this stand-alone with a male narrator lacks urgency. #slow #takingabreak

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TCLinrow
Grimm's Fairy Tales | Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
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#Slow - The Last Girl by Joe Hart... the story is good, but it seems a little dragged out. It might just be the audio book though 🤔
#Twists - The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R Carey
#Sisters - The Brontë sisters
#Brothers - The Brothers Grimm
#ReadingResolutions @Jess7

Moony "The girl with all the gift" is a also a book on my tbr list 1y
TCLinrow @Moony it's a brilliant book! I highly recommend reading it 😊 1y
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GripLitGrl
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Kshakal
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Although I love the musical I cannot being myself to read this book... so many people struggle through it and I don‘t want to ruin it for myself! #slow #readingresolutions @Jess7

rubyslippersreads I 💚💚💚 the musical but wish I‘d skipped the book. 1y
Jess7 I didn‘t like the book, but LOVED the musical! 1y
Cheshirecat913 I read the book before the musical came out. I liked the book and have read a few others of his but it is definitely not the musical other than the basic outline of the story. 1y
Emilymdxn I adored the book actually, which isn‘t that common I realise - it was so different from the musical that I sort of don‘t associate them together at all, they‘re just a book I love and a musical I love separately. It‘s possible to enjoy a lot (if you enjoy dense prose) if you don‘t expect it to be too much like the musical! 1y
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