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Erinehart
This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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In this Caldecott medal award winning PB “This Is Not My Hat” a little fish steals a big fish‘s hat while the big fish is asleep. This little fish believes he will get away and puts his trust into the crab not to tell anyone but crab has a different plan. The crab points the big fish to where the little fish is hiding and the big fish finds the little fish with the stolen hat.

Erinehart I would use the RA strategy because I feel as though the students would be able to understand the content more if read by someone else. I would be able to stop and ask questions and get the students engaged. And ESOL strategy that I could use is #17: provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions. This is a perfect strategy to use during an active read aloud. (edited) 1w
AleciaM This sounds like a really good book for younger kids. I really like the ESOL stategy you use to post pictures for them to refer to. 6d
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Clairedannemiller
This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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“There is someone who saw me already. But he said he wouldn‘t tell anyone which way I went”

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Clairedannemiller
This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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I liked the when the big fish got his hat back because it was his in the first place

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Clairedannemiller
This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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Pickpick

This book won a Caldecott medal winner. It‘s a very good book. It spreads a good message to not steal just because you won‘t something. Books that give good advice are great for kids to learn a lesson.