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Dylanburgett

Dylanburgett

Joined June 2019

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Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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Wonder is an amazing novel written by RJ Palacion. It is a Mark Twain award winner. This was my favorite book I read throughout the entire semester. I would have this book be an IR for intermediate grades. This book was so great I ended up watching the movie as well. https://wonderthebook.com #LAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Late 3mo
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Black and White | David Macaulay
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Black and white is an impressively written MF book by David Macaulay. It is a Caldecott medal award winner. I would have this book be a PR. It would be great for partners. https://hmhbooks.com/author/David-Macaulay/2235933 #LAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Late 3mo
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Time of Wonder | Robert McCloskey
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Time of wonder is a Caldecott medal winner RF book written by Robert Mcloskey. I would have this book be an IR. https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/authors/238237/robert-mccloskey #LAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Late 3mo
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The spider and the fly by Mary Howitt is a impressively drawn P book. Illustrated by Tony diterlizzi. It is a Caldecott honor award winner. I think this would be a great RT. http://holyjoe.org/poetry/howitt.htm #LAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Late 3mo
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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom | Bill Martin, Jr.
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This RF book by Bill Martin Jr is an informative read and teaches students about the alphabet. This would be a great RA for younger grades. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/authors/bill-martin/ #LAE3414SU19

Blueberry A favorite 💚 3mo
DrSpalding Late 3mo
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This RF by Bill Martin Jr is a great read for young children. This book is illustrated by Eric Carle. It‘s a informative piece of literature for kindergarteners all the way up to 2nd grade. This would be a great RA for younger grades. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/authors/bill-martin/ #LAE3414SU19.

galacticbees i love this book! i love listening to people read this aloud so it‘d be a great tool in the classroom 3mo
DrSpalding Late 3mo
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Dylanburgett
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This RF by Bill Martin Jr is a great read for young children. This book is illustrated by Eric Carle. It‘s a informative piece of literature for kindergarteners all the way up to 2nd grade. All of Bill Martin Jr books and Eric Carles combination are a special treat. This would be a great RA for younger grades. https://billmartinjr.com/bill_martin #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Late 3mo
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Dylanburgett
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This RF by Bill Martin Jr is a great read for young children. This book is illustrated by Eric Carle. It‘s a informative piece of literature for kindergarteners all the way up to 2nd grade. This book teaches young children animals and colors. This would be a great RA for younger grades. https://billmartinjr.com/bill_martin UDL: 1.1 ESOL 17 #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Late 3mo
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Actual Size | Steve Jenkins
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Actual Size by Steve Jenkins is a great NF picture book and is very informative. It goes through the physical sizes of all the different animals. They are drawn out beautifully. http://www.stevejenkinsbooks.com #LAE3414SU19

DrSpalding You needed to use the rubric in order to fulfill the requirements of each post. 2mo
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The Secret Subway | Shana Corey, Red Nose Studio
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This SF story is written by Shana Corey and illustrated by Red Nose studio. It‘s about New York City and an inventor who creates a super sized fan designed train. That is pushed through all the underground by pure wind force. Teach strategy: IR. EL: Integrate speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. UDL: Enhance capacity for monitoring progress. Website: https://vimeo.com/156712696 #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding A bit better but see previous comment. This would not be considered science fiction. 2mo
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This is a biography of Stephen hawking written by Karen Kenny. It details Stephen Hawkins book as a theoretical physicist. What he studied and what he discovered. Teaching strategy: LC. EL: Structure advance organizers consisting for new terminology that learners will encounter in the new lesson vocabulary to be reviewed. UDL: Vary the methods of response and navigation. Website linked to his findings: http://www.hawking.org.uk #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding I like your honesty. Helpful resource. Biographies can be very motivating to students. Use them! English learner 28 providing biographies is the appropriate strategy. 2mo
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The adventures of Beekle: The unimaginary friend written and illustrated by Dan Santat. This MF book is a Caldecott award winner and an amazing read for young children. He‘s a magical creature on the search for a real friend. Teaching strategy: RA with all students. EL: Encourage self-talk (positive thinking). UDL: Highlight patterns, critical thinking, big ideas and relationships. Link to read aloud: https://youtu.be/aIM51_iCbjI #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding See previous comments. Be sure to manage your time wisely. 2mo
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No, David! | David Shannon
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No, David by David Shannon is a Caldecott award winning book. This RF is a heart warming picture book about a wild child that is always told no by his mother. Teaching strategy: Would have to be an AS on David Shannon. EL: Continually monitor students comprehension. UDL: Guide information processing and visualization. Website: http://nodavidshannon.com with all his info and other books. #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding It is realistic fiction and also an autobiography. Be sure to use the numbers in addition to the verbiage regarding your principles and strategies however they are aligned. 2mo
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Jambo means hello written by Muriel feelings and illustrated by Tom feelings. This book is a NF Caldecott award winner. This book introduces Swahili words to the average person. It would be great for students to be exposed to this language. Teaching strategy: RT. EL: offer a variety of reference materials. UDL: Use multiple media for communication. YouTube link to how speak Swahili: https://youtu.be/zyup0YLKCvw #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding How would your resource assist you in performing a readers theater? Make sure resources and principles and strategies all align. Your posts need a bit more detail. 2mo
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A Light in the Attic | Shel Silverstein
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A light in the the attic is an amazing P book by Shel Silverstein, it is also drawn very well. This was one of my favorite books to read as a young 4th grader. It‘s filled with interesting ideas and wacky drawings. Teaching strategy: IR. EL: Assign short readings for Homework. UDL: Guide appropriate goal setting. Website to Shels beautiful website: http://www.shelsilverstein.com #UCFLAE3414SU19

gabbymartin @Dylanburgett I‘ve read falling up but I haven‘t read this one by Shel Silverstein! I love the resource you posted, I used the same one for my Shel book too! These are definitely necessary for our classroom libraries! 3mo
DrSpalding Excellent resource! Excellent poetry. Use this in your future classroom to entice students into this genre. 2mo
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Ben's Trumpet | Rachel Isadora
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Bens trumpet is a Caldecott honor HF book illustrated by Rachel isadora. It‘s a story of young boy finding his love for jazz music. The teaching strategy would RA so the students could all be engaged by the amazing drawings. EL: Continually monitor students comprehension. UDL: Optimize relevance, value and authenticity. A website related to old jazz musicians: https://rateyourmusic.com/list/SGT/150_greatest_jazz_musicians/ #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Rather than historical fiction I am thinking Ben was a real musician. Check on this! Helpful resource. 2mo
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Flora and the flamingo is an illustrated award winning RF book by molly idle. It has no words through out the story but I thought it would be a great book for partnered reading since there‘s only 2 characters and the students could engage with each other by acting out the book. UDL: vary the methods of response and action. EL: Encourage self talk (positive thinking). Website with all her illustrations: http://idleillustration.com #UCFLAE3414SU19

DrSpalding Your posts have minor capitalization errors. Be sure to proof your work prior to posting. Take a look at the image you posted… Realistic fiction or another genre? 2mo
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This HF book is written and illustrated beautifully by Mark Teague. It is a different take on the classic folk tale. This book would be perfect for story telling with a whole classroom. It would engage students through linking lessons through prior knowledge. It would also increase mastery feedback from reading the story out loud. Here‘s a website to his other books https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/authors/mark-teague/ #UCFlae3414su19

DrSpalding This would not be historical fiction. Look back at your genre flip guide and be sure you understand the characteristics of each genre. This is traditional literature and to be more specific a variant of a traditional tale. 2mo
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Millions of Cats | Wanda Gag
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Millions of cats is a award winning book by Wanda gag telling the story of a old man and his wife.They wife dearly wants a cat so the husband goes out to find one for his wife. There ends up being millions of cats and he can‘t decide which one to take. teaching strategy: read aloud. Here‘s a link to her museum http://www.wandagaghouse.org EL: provide context support through audio and visual. UDL: Minimize threats and distractions. #UCFlae3414su19

DrSpalding Using the author‘s website is a wise choice. This is a classic! How easy it would be to use this book in a math lesson! Each time you continue reading great quality children‘s literature, think about other content areas you could incorporate these books into. 2mo
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