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MrBook
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😂😂😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #LitsyHumor

Cathythoughts Love it 😂 1mo
Deifio Especially when you play with friends and everyone is used to their own house rules! Chaos I tell you! 😂 1mo
batsy Lmao 1mo
CoverToCoverGirl Yes believe it or not I‘ve been there! Lmao 😆 1mo
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mack2799

“The fact that these men were wearing the uniform of the United States Navy made no difference.”

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mack2799
Pickpick

This historical fiction book is good because the background leads a very important story to discover. Outside of the plot, we see important true events that took place back in our time. It does a good job to not contradict actual recorded events in history and is well researched in order to make the story more developed for the reader to understand the point and enjoy it as well!

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mack2799

Its important to address history from where segregation was a main concern in how our world used to live. I think this book is a great example of how even the bravest came to be knocked down from the most basic rights of life. Kids reading this can understand and be aware of these issues, which encourages them to act and feel gracious of where we have made it today, and where we need to go from here!

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CrowCAH
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#SoaringScores #LeavingPort #Titanic #JamesHorner

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=X1HOjlG49z0

I don‘t have a Titanic book, but in the Aubrey/Maturin series, they are constantly coming and leaving ports. And if a person was press ganged into service, they‘d soon find themselves leaving port.

Cinfhen You don‘t have any Titanic books??? I‘m shocked 😱 2mo
CrowCAH @Cinfhen I know it‘s un”sinkable”! 😉 2mo
Cinfhen Hahaha 😂😂😂 2mo
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ebrown
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Similar to the Hidden Figures movie that came out a while ago, this biography by Julia Mosca showcases the brilliant minds of women that were often overlooked by history. This book could also be transformed into a readers theatre, using this great lesson plan as a guide: http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/readers-theatre-1... The UDL coincides with Sustaining Effort & Persistence fostering collaboration and

ebrown community. It does this during the process of the RT, the students relying on one another for the production. The ESOL strategy I would use would be #27. Writing headings that show introductions or transition from one idea to another. This would be easy to achieve by creating signs that have each woman‘s name on them. #ucflae3414f19 2mo
fabozzia This looks like a great book! It is so important for students to read things like this. Also, some students will connect with this in so many different ways. 2mo
DrSpalding I recently purchased this book! I like your idea of creating the signs for each of the women. Creating a readers theater is a wonderful idea! This could be used in social studies, math and language arts. 4d
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RowReads1
Boat Book | Gail Gibbons
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Suet624 💕💕 2mo
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danibel
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Currently reading

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TiffanyMichele
Undetected | Dee Henderson
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Pickpick

This book was sooooo good!! Loved Gina and Marks evolution in their friendship and I loved the techno babble—even though I did get bored with the science and phase out sometimes 😂— ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️!

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Pandalibrarian
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Mehso-so

Listened to the audiobook of this one - read by the author. He was okay - but a professional narrator would have added some polish to the audio. It was an okay book - my husband and dad were in the Navy so it was interesting to see life and leadership in the Navy. Some good leadership tips here but nothing extraordinary.