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Mazzole18
I am Amelia Earhart | Brad Meltzer
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Girls should wear dress and not have unladylike adventures! Thank goodness Amelia disagreed as a child and loved to explore. This love ends up taking her on the greatest adventure of her life. Read “I am Amelia Earhart” the B of Amelia and find out how Amelia persevered as a woman in a man‘s world. New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer book fits perfect with URL 7.1 to optimize individual choice and autonomy.

Mazzole18 This AS can be incorporated with ESOL strategy 26 by maintaining a library of supplementary books and workbooks written in simple English, which offer additional illustrations for problems. The beautiful illustrations are done by Chris Eliopoulos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8XiFfthUiQ has a wonderful read aloud to go with the book. (edited) 2y
Mazzole18 You could also pair this lesson using Piktochart for an author study or a study of Amelia's life. Research for this lesson can be found at
https://www.ducksters.com/biography/women_leaders/amelia_earhart.php and piktochart.com is the link to create a Piktochart.
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DrSpalding Two excellent resources! Nice work Nick. These picture book biographies are visually appealing and provide factual information about historical figures that our students need to know about. English learner strategy 28 refers to providing biographies to students. Your English learner strategy also works well. Sidenote, the author writes adult political thrillers. I have read the majority of them and they are really good reads! (edited) 1y
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Viviannef
I am Amelia Earhart | Brad Meltzer
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I Am Amelia Earhart By Brad Meltzer and Illustrated By Christopher Eliopoulos. This B book is a great IR for students to learn about Amelia Earhart and how she made history. This story is about a girl who became the first to ever fly alone over the Atlantic Ocean and so much more! This book has important information about her life in a cute and fun way!

Viviannef This book is a part of a series called “Ordinary People Change the World”, which are great books for students to learn about other historical figures. 2y
Viviannef UDL principle 6.4 Enhance capacity for monitoring progress and ESOL strategy 42 Have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information. By arranging a timeline students will be able to monitor their progress as they read of the events that took place.

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Viviannef https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Amelia-Earhart-Timeline-1841737 - This website provides a sample template in order to input the timeline of Amelia Earhart facts! #ucflae3414su20 2y
CameoD This is such a cute and inspiring book it looks like! Would love to have this on my bookshelf in the future :) It is marvelous to teach students at a young age about historical figures! 1y
DrSpalding I am a big fan of this author. I have read most of his adult political thrillers as well. Children are quite engaged by the images in these books. The use of timelines is something you will have to expose students to and teach them how to use to enhance comprehension in almost every grade level in your social studies standards. 1y
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bsiqueira
I am Amelia Earhart | Brad Meltzer
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What an inspiring woman she was! This B picture book written by Brad Meltzer and illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos is about the legendary first female pilot.. Amelia Earhart! However, that‘s not all she‘s accomplished in her life.. you‘ll have to read and find out! This would be a great book to use in an AS for your class since this book has its own series. #ucflae3414su20

bsiqueira https://www.kidscreativechaos.com/2015/12/amelia-earhart-lesson-activities-book.... This is a great resource website in which includes lessons that incorporate her life in many different subjects. I personally read this book for a social studies history lesson and it was a wonderful lesson to use a timeline for in order to describe her life events! (edited) 2y
bsiqueira The UDL strategy that would go good with both an author study and creating a timeline to describe Amelias life events is 4.2 “Optomize access to tools and assistive technologies.” Followed with ESOL strategy #42 “Have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information.” 2y
AshleyH Children love to learn about Amelia Earhart so I think they would really like this book! I love how the resource you provided gives idea or incorporating this book in other subjects other than reading. 1y
DrSpalding This series is visually appealing! English learner strategy 28 is all about providing biographies! I have read this authors adult novels as well. They are political thrillers and very very interesting! As you noted, these books can work nicely in social studies lessons. 1y
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Kenyazero
Airman | Eoin Colfer
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Airman presents an exciting story about unfair imprisonment, learning to adapt to bad situations, and innovation. You can anticipate interesting characters and daring escape attempts in this novel. Anyone interested in aeronautics or old diving equipment will likely enjoy this one as well. The story's setting gives it a steampunk-like feeling. #airplane #divingbell #prisonescapes

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Bookwormjillk
I am Amelia Earhart | Brad Meltzer
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Another great read out loud. I think some more of this series will be under our Christmas tree! #NFNov

4thhouseontheleft My daughter loved these when she was younger. And they are a great transition to The Who Was/Is books, which is also now a series on Netflix. 2y
Bookwormjillk @4thhouseontheleft good to know! We also ran across a show based on the I Am books on PBS when we were traveling 2y
DGRachel I love this series! 2y
rsteve388 I'll assume you finished this 6 pts 2y
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JRone
I am Amelia Earhart | Brad Meltzer
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This book is a part of a B series. It is written by Brad Meltzer and illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos. I am Amelia Earhart tells the story of the girl who became the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean. I was drawn to these books because of the adorable illustrations. This book and the series can be used for different AS in the classroom. #UCFLAE3414F19

JRone UDL strategy 4.2 Optimize access to tools and assistive technologies would go along with the book to show students the different kind of materials they can use to access information for their author studies. ESOL strategy #42 Have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information would help an EL keep track of what happened throughout the course of Amelia's life. 2y
JRone https://www.kidscreativechaos.com/2015/12/amelia-earhart-lesson-activities-book.... provides activities in history, science, language arts, and physical education. 2y
MrBook Nice!!! 2y
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keithmalek

I'm reading a different book that just made a reference to this book. It sounds fascinating, and I kind of want to read it. However, I don't have a fear of flying, and I would like to keep it that way. I suspect that reading this book might change that.

julesG It didn't for me. It had a lot of fascinating facts. 2y
Suet624 Hmmm, yup, I‘m with you. 2y
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JenReadsAlot
Airport | Byron Barton
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Heading to Washington DC for the weekend. Any Littens going to the book festival there??

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PaperbackPirate
Wizard and Glass | Stephen King
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I had planned to do today‘s #letstraveljuly challenge (Garden) at my sister‘s house bc she always has beautiful flowers, but since we didn‘t get there until after dark I‘m going back to Day 6. I got some good reading done today on the #airplane going there.
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OriginalCyn620 Sorry your plans got messed up! I always have to rely on someone else‘s flowers too because I can‘t grow my own! 3y
PaperbackPirate @OriginalCyn620 That‘s ok, it was worth it to be late bc we were visiting with family. Sorry about the flowers though! 😂🌻 3y
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