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Jewelwinkler
Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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What an amazing book! I never thought I would relate to a 10 year old boy so much. Wonder ( RF) by R.J Palacio takes you through the challenges of a little boy with a facial deformity named August Pullman. Everyone should share this book with their class. I would use literature circles for this book so the children can really discuss all of the aspects together and have healthy discussions.

Jewelwinkler The ESOL strategy I would use is number 48 and 36. The UDL guideline I would use is 7.2. And amazing resource for this book is https://wonderthebook.com/books/wonder. You can even see the book trailer! 1mo
GroeningsC great post! I love the website included of the book! 1mo
DrSpalding Excellent post with all of the required elements. I truly like book trailers and many of your peers used this fabulous resource. Explain your English learner strategies and universal design principles a bit more. 11h
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ebrown
Boy + Bot | Ame Dyckman
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This is a picture of my favorite page from “Boy + Bot”. This was an adorable SF book for children. I would use this as a RA. A perfect lesson plan to go with it is https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/material/boy-and-bot-criss-cross #ucae3414f19

ebrown UDL 5.1, use multiple media for communication. ESOL strategy 43. 1mo
DrSpalding This could be considered science fiction but it is more so fantasy. This makes me think of a text to self connection regarding a cartoon called the Jetsons. 2w
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Lrobertson
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This SF book written by Mac Barnett and illustrated by Dan Santat, won The NY Times 2015 Best Illustration award. It is about a young girls science project going south! She try‘s a toad to fix the problem, but then it becomes the issue! #ucae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be great for and Interactive RA. Stopping and asking a question along the way. ESOL Strategy 1: Teach questioning for clarification and UDL 9.3: Develop self-assessment and reflection 2mo
Tinks This looks like an interesting cover and has me curious enough to look into it. Thank you for sharing. 2mo
DrSpalding Here you are eluding to how the lesson and teaching strategy align with your English learner strategy. 2w
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leximcmillin
Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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This inspiring RF novel is about a little boy named Auggie who struggles going to school for the first time because he looks different from all of the other students. This book is perfect to use as a PR for 4th-6th grade students. Reading and talking about this book with a peer could help open each others eyes to ideas that the other student may not have though of and allow for multiple perspectives. #ucae3414f19

leximcmillin The UDL principle that would go along with this book is 3.3, guide information processing and visualization. The ESOL strategy that I would use to go along with this book would be #6, continually monitor students progress. Being that it is such a long book, it is important to check in with students and make sure they are understanding the text. Standard: https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5709 2mo
Lrobertson Great book! You could always watch the movie after to have student relate the two, and visualize the challenges Auggie endured. Check your hashtag on this post! Don‘t want you to miss any points 🤗🤗 2mo
Mwinship This book has been a hot topic for a while! I need to get my hands on a copy. I wonder if this book would be better as a LC or whole class read aloud? 2mo
DrSpalding You have selected high-quality books. Nice job using cpalms once again. Many of these books have their own websites or the author or publisher have quality resources as well. 1w
DrSpalding Incorrect # 1w
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