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Alexush
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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“Whoever you are” By Mem Fox is RF. This book is for k-1 grade. This book is about diversity it teaches the kids that though everyone has many things that make them different we are all similar in some ways. This book is very colorful and has great illustration to represent different cultures. You can RA with this book for the classroom. https://witsprogram.ca/pdfs/schools/books/whoever-you-are/whoever-you-are.pdf

Alexush This say will provide call before and after Reading activities for this book. Standards- The UDL i would use for this book is 8.3 the kids will collaborate by discussing similarities and differences they share through this they will get a sense of community. The ESOL strategy Id use is #3 the kids can talk and think to themselves about similarities or differences they have with their classmates and other people. #ucflae3414f19 (edited) 6d
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JRone
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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Whoever You Are is a RF book written by Mem Fox and illustrated by Leslie Straub. This picture book is perfect for showing children that even though people may look different and act different, it doesn't mean we are different. It is a great message to send children at any elementary grade level. #UCFLAE3414F19

JRone The lesson plan http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/moving-toward-acc... is perfect for the book because it allows students to move toward acceptance in their school and in their lives. This book is also perfect for an RA. 7d
JRone A UDL strategy for this book would be 3.2, highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas and relationships. This would help children connect with people who don't necessarily look like them. An EL strategy would be #24, incorporate the culture and the language of second language learners into the curriculum. This shows students where everyone is from and how it differs from where they live or why they do things differently. 7d
Erinehart I haven‘t read this book yet, but your summary makes me want to know more! 6d
sbombasi This book looks great for the classroom where students will notice their peers are different in many ways, but also similarities which is very important for ELs as you mentioned! 6d
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Lrobertson
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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By author Mem Fox and illustrated by Leslie Stub, this Caldecott winner, RF book is great for any grade. In this PB, it shows how people all over the world may look different, speak other languages, live in different looking houses, does not mean we are different. Everyone still hurts the same, laugh the same, and love the same. It is a great message to teach any student at any level. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book is great for RA. Having students connect text to self and text to world. Have students make graphic organizers, like a Venn diagram, and compare and contrast the other students in their class with them. A great lesson for this text is on https://witsprogram.ca/pdfs/schools/books/whoever-you-are/whoever-you-are.pdf. Using EL Strategy 48: Use Venn diagrams to contrast and compare and UDL 1.1: Offer ways of customizing the display of info. 7d
kradebaugh This book sounds very interesting and I would love to read it.
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Tinks Will definitely make this a must have for my collection. Love it. Great post 6d
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Camrynm
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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This lovely RF PB titled “Whoever You Are“ written by Mem Fox and illustrated by Leslie Staub is a wonderful RA book for your K classroom. Whoever You Are dives into the concept of diversity and how each and everyone of us comes from somewhere different and may look or talk different, but that we all get sad, happy, and love the same. This is a fantastic book to read to your young students so they can begin to learn about diversity! #UCFLAE3414F19

Camrynm A useful EL strategy to use for this book would be 16: Integrate speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. This strategy would be useful because the teacher could ask questions about diversity before, during, and after the book to see the students prior-knowledge on the subject and then find out what they learned. The UDL principle I would use would be 4.1: Vary the methods for response and navigation. 7d
Camrynm I could ask the students questions and either have them verbally respond or I could have them raise their hand if the answer pertains to them. Here is a word search for your K classroom that your students could use to recognize vocabulary. https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/word-search/whoever-you-are-word-search 7d
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alexblanco
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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Whoever you are by Mem Fox and illustrated by Leslie Staub is such a great book. Even though it isn‘t award winning, it is a good book to incorporate into the classroom. It teaches kids about inclusion and diversity. The book talks about how no matter where you‘re from, what language you speak, what type of school you go to, the way you look, and the foods you eat, you still have feelings. You feel the same joys and the same pains. #ucflae3414f19

alexblanco @alexblanco This book is NF. One teaching strategy I would use for this book would be RA. I chose RA because I feel as if it is a good way for teachers to teach about diversity and to make sure they are understanding thoroughly. One standard that I found that would work well with this book is linked here https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5680 1w
alexblanco @alexblanco An EL strategy I would use for this book would be to incorporate the culture and the language of second language learners into my curriculum. This would be perfect because we would be learning about diversity! One ULD strategy I would use would be to clarify vocabulary and symbols. This would be beneficial because it would teach them about other cultures symbols and minimize any barrier. 1w
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Greetings | Karin Luisa Badt
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Meaw_catlady
Namaste! | Diana Cohn
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week one of #bfc round 3 is complete !! I love my team! I love the positivity! #namastepositive
Checkin :
Hike ☑️ - pictured me hiking the rim trail of the royal gorge . Look at the smol river down deep below!
Yoga every damn day ☑️ -finished day 7 of YWA True 30 day series
3 30 min walks ☑️
Also have been regularly drinking water! Using an app called plant nanny 2!
Let me know how your week went team!! Namaste all!

DaveGreen7777 Namaste, Rachel! 😊🙏 2mo
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Meaw_catlady @DaveGreen7777 @Megabooks @Beckyb @minispok @sudi @Lucy_Anywhere @Econaghan thanks so much for the encouragement and love 💕 namaste 🙏 2mo
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BeverlyMel
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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Whoever you are is a Caldecott award winner that talks about how even though we may be different on the outside we are all the same on the inside. This story could be used as an RA to help students to understand one another. #UCFLAE3414SU19

BeverlyMel https://www.amazon.com/Whoever-You-Are-Quienquiera-seas/dp/0152058915/ref=nodl_. This is the link for the book but in spanish in order to cater to spanish speaking students. (EL 24) This will help promote understanding across all languages. (UDL 2.4) 3mo
Mary_Dehner Love this book! 3mo
Stephanie5 Love this book I thought it was great to use in the classroom for teaching different cultures. 3mo
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fquadri I love this book and I like how you provided the link to the book in Spanish. Great way to be inclusive! 3mo
Summerm Loved this book! It would be a great addition to any classroom library & helps to create a culturally diverse library in your classroom! 3mo
DeannaP This is such a cute book! I love how you have a link that will read the book in Spanish! It‘s perfect for EL‘s! 3mo
Estradan I love the Spanish resource you provided! It shows a great lesson of being different is okay. 3mo
DMoux Love how you provided a link for Spanish ELL‘s! That would be a great addition to a classroom library! 3mo
galacticbees i did this book too! this is what i chose for my teachlive read aloud and it‘s just such a fun and easy read 3mo
DrSpalding Late 2mo
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Stephanie5
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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This book would be a great book in the classroom to teach multiculturalism and have an open disscussion after to talk about who is from where and what there cultural is like. This book is NF and would read in the classroom as a SR would be a great opportunity to teach other students where they come from and how it is there. UDL 8.3 and ESOL 6 #ucflae3414su19

Kcompton2912 I love this book! This would be a fantastic book for multiculturalism. It would be great if you did a social studies unit and opened with this book and then dedicated a day to a culture for a week long unit! 3mo
DrSpalding More detail needed 2mo
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