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KarinaGuillen

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Caps For Sale written & illustrated by Esphyr Slobodkina is a humorous low fantasy picture book about a Peddler who is riding around selling caps. He runs across some monkeys and gets caught in some monkey business! This timeless classic is great for storytelling or RT in the classroom. Attached is a link to a Scholastic extension activity for students to complete after the storytelling:

KarinaGuillen https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/caps-sale-exte.... UDL principal 2.5 Illustrate through multiple media & EL principle 14 Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant can‘t be incorporated using this story. I love this book so much! 5y
ashley.v I love this book! I love the antics of the monkeys. 5y
EveAstrouck I have to get this book! After seeing it as a storytelling I can‘t wait to do it my classroom! 5y
Arestrepo11 I love this book it's so cute!! I would love to make props to go along with this story! 5y
DrSpalding Hopefully, you were inspired by my storytelling presentation to read this text. It is also a classic that should be used in your classroom. Nice resource. 5y
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Ugly | Robert Hoge
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Ugly, a memoir by Robert Hoge is an inspirational book for the kids who have ever felt different, worried about the way they look, or who wondered where they belong. Robert was born with a tumor on his face and survived countless complicated surgeries. Although he has progressed so much since he was born, robert learns that kids and adults can still be very cruel. This memoir could be used in SR or in an Author Study. Especially for classrooms who

KarinaGuillen have read ‘Wonder‘. The attached link is an interview with Robert Hoge that students can read/watch to learn more about him: http://time.com/author/robert-hoge/. UDL principles 1.2 & 1.3 offer alternatives for auditory/visual representation and EL principle 17 Provide contextual support through audio visuals models demonstrations relia body language and facial expressions can be integrated using this book. 5y
Susancruz I love books that take on a personal side to it! I might have to check this out 5y
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DrSpalding Reading your summary, I immediately made a text to text connection with Wonder. Am I right? 5y
JuliaMurra This seems like a great book. I definitely want to read it! 5y
AndreaC This seems like a wonderful book for read to students who don‘t feel like they belong or even just for students to be more accepting of others 5y
ashley.v This reminds me of wonder. It would be really cool to compare the two books, to see if kids reactions are the same 5y
MakennaK I would love to read this! Reminds me of wonder and out of my mind! 5y
ChelseaPerez I think this is a great book to promote diversity on the classroom !! Reminds me of Wonder as my fellow classmates have said 5y
AshleyAA I love books that encourages students to understand the importance of being kind and accepting diversity. It‘s important for them to understand that everyone is not the same, and that it‘s more than okay to be different. The interview is a great way for students to gain a deeper connection with the book. I‘ll be buying this ASAP! 5y
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Two Bobbies written by Kirby Larson & Mary Nethery and illustrated by Jean Cassels is a NF story about two pets who were abandoned after Hurricane Katrina. The story follows their journey of survival after the hurricane all the way up until they were adopted again. This inspiring RA story has an important message about how important friendship is during hard times. This is a great addition to any classroom library! The attached link is a guide to

KarinaGuillen a 4 day lesson plan that coincides with the story. It includes preteaching and extension activities: https://achievethecore.org/content/upload/two_bobbies_1_lit.docx UDL principals 2.1 clarify vocabulary and symbols & 3.1 Activate or supply prior knowledge and EL principal 5 teach technical vocabulary supporting key concepts & 11 Place language in meaningful context could all be utilized using this assignment and story. 5y
DrSpalding Excellent EL/UDL principles aligned. Nice resource. Isn't it amazing that you could use this book for four days for so many reasons. 5y
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The One and Only Ivan | Katherine Applegate
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The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate is an Animal Fantasy children‘s novel about a silver back gorilla who has spent the majority of his life in captivity at an enclosure at an outside shopping mall. This John Newberry winner tells an inspirational story about love and unexpected friendship. It‘s is a gripping must have for the classroom. This story can be used for LCs, IR, or SR. It also serves as a great introductory novel for newer

KarinaGuillen readers. The attached link from Florida Reads has multiple lesson plans, resources, and extension activities to go in depth about the real Ivan:UDL principle 8.2 Vary demands and resources to optimize challenges. And EL principle 13 use preview/review activities & 16 integrate speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities can be utilized with the attached link and this story. #UCFLAE3414F17 (edited) 5y
DrSpalding Lovely summary! I couldn't agree more! Link attached? 5y
Susancruz This book tugged my heart strings so many times! I like that your resource takes you to the real Ivan! 5y
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Once Upon a Twice | Denise Doyen
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Once Upon a Twice by Denise Doyen and illustrated by Barry Moser is a E.B White Read-Aloud Honor Award winning poetry picture book about a young mouse who goes out on a night time adventure despite being told not to. The illustrations in this book are phenomenal! This story is a fun RA story for students of all ages. I will definitely be purchasing this, if not for my classroom than for myself. Attached is a link to an activity guide that goes

KarinaGuillen along with the story and includes pretending activities: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/images/9781936129188/StudyguideStudent/P_Once.... UDL principle 3.2 highlight patterns critical features big ideas and relation ships & EL principals 4 link information to students prior knowledge and 11 Place language in meaningful text can all be used utilizing this story and activity guide. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
ashley.v This sounds a good follow up or before book for Tale of Despereaux. They are both about a mouse who goes on an adventure. 5y
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Courage for Beginners | Karen Harrington
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Courage For Beginners by Karen Harrington is a Sunshine State Readers Award winning RF novel about a young 7th grader named Mysti who‘s best friend decides to ditch her in favor of becoming a “hipster”. Mysti is mostly worried because Ani was the only person she trusted with her family secret. Now that Mystis father has fallen sick and is in the hospital, she must dig past her fear and anger to find answers for her family. This is a great story

KarinaGuillen for late elementary-middle school shared reading. Attached is a link to a Teacher‘s Guide that goes along with the story: https://www.perma-bound.com/static/TPR/000457756.pdf UDL principals 3.2 Highlight patterns critical features big ideas and relationships & 3.3 guide information processing visualization and manipulation can be utilized using this teacher guide along with EL principals 13 Use preview/review activities. I loved this book! It (edited) 5y
KarinaGuillen is a relatable story that teaches students about discovering what you are made of when facing trouble. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
Jbombardiere I haven't heard of this book until now so I look forward to checking it out. It seems to tell a really great story, good for personal reading or for sharing with a class. 5y
JaymeeKendall Love the message of this book! 5y
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Wonder. R.J. Palacio | R J Palacio
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Wonder by RJ Palacio is a heart-string tugging Junior Young Readers Choice Award winning RF novel about a young boy who suffers from a facial difference that has prevented him from attending normal school. Now entering 5th grade, Auggie is going to a normal school and must learn to adjust. This is a must have in the classroom. It teaches lesson of self-love, acceptance, and never judging a book by its cover. The attached website is R.J. Palacios

KarinaGuillen official website: http://rjpalacio.com here students can get an in-depth look at the story and the author. This story is perfect for LCs. UDL principal 5.1 use multiple media for communication and EL principals 2 promote cooperation (small groups) & 6 Continually monitor student comprehension could be utilized using this story. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
Karlee.Diamond I finished this book over the weekend, and it‘s been so uplifting! Can‘t wait to see the movie! 5y
Madiwright97 I love this book, can‘t wait to see the movie! 5y
DrSpalding Using the author's website is wise. As previously mentioned this is a wonderful book… Pun intended.🙂 5y
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What Were the Twin Towers? is a NF IR chapter book that tells the true story of the development of the towers, how they came to be the tallest buildings in the world, and why they were destroyed. The book includes illustrations by Ted Hammond that help better explain the chapters. This is an important read especially for students we will be teaching because many of them were not alive at the time of the attack to remember anything about the

KarinaGuillen towers. Attached is a comprehension packet directly related to this book, reviewing the information that was presented: http://www.teachersnotebook.com/product/McMarie/what-were-the-twin-towers-jim-oc... UDL principal 3.3 Guide information processing visualization and manipulation and EL principal 12 Teach language and content & 17 Provide contextual support through visuals models demonstrations realia 5y
KarinaGuillen body language and facial expression can be used with this book. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
ashley.v This is an excellent resource to use to teach about the twin towers! 5y
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When Green Becomes Tomatoes is a poetry book for all four seasons. Written by Julie Fogliano and beautifully illustrated by Julie Morstad, this book takes you through the journey of the seasons, describing the changes in nature, different animals and seasonal traditions. This book is a fun read and the perfect addition to your classroom library. It could be used as a RA or IR, but I think this is the perfect book to read between transitions or

KarinaGuillen at the beginning of a new seasonal unit! Attached is a link to a website listing many different kinds of “My Favorite Season Is..” activities: https://www.education.com/lesson-plan/which-is-your-favorite-season/ UDL strategy 1.1 Offer different ways to display information and EL strategy‘s 11 Place language in meaningful text & 16 Integrate speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities can all be used with this beautiful poetry book! (edited) 5y
DrSpalding Remember that just because it rhymes does not necessarily mean it's poetry. I like your idea of incorporating this into a science unit about the seasons. The illustrations are gorgeous! 5y
Karlee.Diamond That‘s a really cool book to keep in your class library! I love that students can become familiar with the book, and characters, then you can pull it out during each season to incorporate into your lessons 5y
JocelynNolton I definitely agree! I think this book could be used throughout the year and especially when our seasons change (although its hard to tell in Florida) lol. 5y
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The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster and illustrated by Jules Feiffer is a Fantasy novel with illustrations about a young boy named Milo who one day receives a mysterious package containing a Tollbooth. When Milo drives through the Tollbooth he is transported to the land of Dictionopolis, a land that focuses on the use of words. He and a sidekick dog that he meets on the way are sent on a mission to save two princesses, Rhyme and Reason.

KarinaGuillen They meet many friends and encounter many adventures on the way! This story teaches a great lesson on the importance of education, and is also a fun read due to the illustrations. This story was turned into a film and I found a script version of the story on google play:https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Phantom_Tollbooth.html?id=gm3bFIChXowC&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button 5y
KarinaGuillen This would be a great RT for students in upper elementary grades. UDL principle 5.3 Build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance and EL principal 17 Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions can be incorporated with this story used as a RT. #UCFLAE3414F17 (edited) 5y
DrSpalding I always make a text to text connection with the Doctor Who series and this book. Wonderful synopsis and your alignment of 5.3 with a readers theater is perfect. 5y
EveAstrouck I have so many great memories reading this book and creating our own tollbooth in our classroom for exit tickets! 5y
JocelynNolton This sounds like such a fun book to read! I bet the RT would be super engaging. 5y
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I Am Gandhi | Brad Meltzer
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I Am Gandhi by Brad Meltzer and illustrated by a Christopher Eliopoulos is a wonderful and extremely informational RA biography about the peaceful revolution of Gandhi. The book contains the story of Gandhi along with real photos and a sequenced timeline so students have a better understanding of what occurred. Attached is the books official website: http://www.ordinarypeoplechangetheworld.com/gandhi.php

KarinaGuillen This website contains additional resources and fun facts about Mahatma Gandhi for further research of his life. UDL strategy 6.3 Facilitate managing information and resources and EL strategy 28. Provide biographies of significant men and women from different countries can be utilized well with this book. Gandhi has has a huge impact on our world and it is important for students to learn about him and what he stood for. 5y
Juliemorell I'm so glad you wrote a review on this book! I just read "I am Jane Goodall" and absolutely loved it. I have a feeling that this entire series by Brad Meltzer will definitely be in my classroom library. He takes a whole different approach on biographies- in a way that makes it more interesting for kids! Love the EL strategy you used by the way, it works perfectly! 5y
DrSpalding You two making text to text connections makes me happy! The ordinary people resource is phenomenal. The timeline they provide could easily be used in a classroom on an interactive whiteboard to lay the foundation for when this individual lived and would highlight his historical significance. Excellent alignment as well. 5y
amandagrant Meltzer's "Ordinary People Change the World' series is one of my favorites. Your EL strategy is perfect! I can definitely see myself using these in my classroom 5y
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Pictures of Hollis Woods | Patricia Reilly Giff
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Pictures of Hollis Woods is a Newberry award winning RF novel by Patricia Reilly Giff. This story of about a young girl named Hollis Woods who was abandoned as an infant and has spent her life going (or running away from) foster home to foster home. Now living with a retired teacher who is losing her memory, Hollis must figure out how to get back to the only family she‘s ever truly felt a part of before the system finds out about Josies dwindling

KarinaGuillen memory. This is a wonderful shared reading book because the story is told in the form of present tense and flashbacks. In the story, Hollis is a phenomenal artist, in the attachment students are able to express their comprehension through pictures and drawings. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/sort-it-out-se... UDL principals 4.1 Vary the methods for response and navigation & 9.3 Develop self assessment and 5y
KarinaGuillen reflection can be utilized using this book and activity. EL strategy 6. Continually monitor students comprehension and 15. Reinforce the key ideas you present again and again can also be used. 5y
DrSpalding Again so happy you selected this book. What a powerful story. Sidenote one of my best friends from the age of four to date, her name is Hollis. It is an unusual name and caused me to pick up this book to read. It was a wonderful choice. There is a Hallmark Channel movie of this book that is fantastic! 5y
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Henry's Freedom Box | Ellen Levine
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LOVED this book!! Henry‘s Freedom Box is an emotional HF read-aloud about a young slave who escapes slavery by mailing himself in a wooden box to Philadelphia. This book has been awarded the Jane Addams Peace & Coretta Scott King award. This book took me on an emotional rollercoaster and is an important read for students learning about slavery/the Underground Railroad. Attached is several activities that coincide with the story and touch on

KarinaGuillen several different content areas: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/henrys-freedom... UDL principal 8.2 Vary demands and resources to optimize challenge & EL strategy 12 Teach to two objectives, language and content can be utilized using this book and the activities attached. I really recommend this story! #UCFLAE3414F17 (edited) 5y
DrSpalding Based on a true story, this picture book is a powerful representation of this period of time in our history. Scholastic is a high-quality resource. Excellent job aligning UDL/EL. 5y
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Peter's Chair | Ezra Jack Keats
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Peter‘s Chair by Ezra Jack Keats is a realistic fiction storytelling book that would be a great addition to any elementary classroom library. This book serves as a great storytelling book but can also be used as an IR book for students. The story is about a young boy named Peter who now has a new baby sister. He starts to realize that his mom and dad are taking his old stuff and are painting them pink! Peter gets upset and takes his small chair

KarinaGuillen outside to sit. Peter soon realizes that he no longer fits in his old chair. So he brings his old chair back inside and tells his dad to paint it pink for his sister. This is a wonderful story about sharing and growing that most students can relate to. In the attached website is a before-during-after activity that goes along with the story: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/peters-chair-t... UDL strategy 5y
KarinaGuillen 8.3 Foster collaboration and community & 3.2 Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships would be best utilized with this book and activity because students will be working together and sharing ideas about the main idea of the story. EL strategy 13 Use preview/review activities, 3 Encourage self talk & 4 Link lesson topic to students prior knowledge can also be used with this book and activity. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
Jbombardiere Sounds like a really great book to add to a classroom library. Looking forward to reading it myself! 5y
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KatherineBeckham This story sounds really cute! Especially for any students that are about to have a new sibling. This would also be good for students who do not share with their classmates. 5y
Dbenford How cute, I can definitely relate to peter. When I was younger, all the toys that I stopped playing with would somehow find a new home with my younger siblings. I remember trying to take them back, lol. This book sounds amazing, I will definitely have to read it. Great job. 5y
DrSpalding Effective read alouds include before, during and after elements. Peter of course is Peter from The Snowy Day. This is Keat's common character in his books.❤️ 5y
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When Sophie Gets Angry by Molly Bang is an adorable, beautifully illustrated Caldecott AND Zolotow award winning book. This RF story can be used as a IR or RA book. In this story Sophie becomes angry when it is her sisters turn to play with the toy gorilla. She screams, cries, and runs away. After spending some time alone, Sophie feels better and goes back home. This story teaches a wonderful lesson on how to handle anger in situations you cannot

KarinaGuillen control. UDL principal 7.2 Optimize relevance, value, and authenticity should be used so student feel that reading this story serves a purpose. Also, EL strategy 6 Continually monitor students comprehension should be used to make sure our ESOL students are not getting a off task and are following along. In the attached website: http://www.mollybang.com/Pages/sophie_act.html is the official book website with reflective questions students can (edited) 5y
KarinaGuillen answer about the story and situations where they were angry. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
MichelleL This seems like a very funny book that kids would enjoy. Thanks for the post! 5y
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MarinaForsythe I think this book will for sure teach a great lesson about how to manage our emotions! Great post! 5y
farynantenucci I think this story has a great moral lesson for younger readers who may still be dealing with the temper tantrum stage. I like the website resource you linked, I think this could be used before a read aloud of the book to activate the students prior knowledge. 5y
DrSpalding Again, very wise to use the author's site. This book works well for helping students understand their emotions and possibly how to handle them. 5y
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This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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This Is Not My Hat is a non fiction picture book that serves as a great RA for your early elementary classroom. This book has been awarded the Caldecott Medal for its illustrations. The story is about a little fish who steals a hat from a larger fish. He tries to hide but in the end, the big fish end up with the hat. This story teaches a wonderful lesson about respecting others belongings, whether you think they deserve it or not.

KarinaGuillen http://www.candlewick.com/book_files/0763655988.kit.2.pdf in the attached link is a crossword puzzle related to the story. UDL principals 3.1 Activate background knowledge & 7.2 Optimize relevance, value and authenticity could be used using this story and activity. Also EL principal 4 Link lesson topic to prior knowledge & 13 is preview activities could also be used. This is a great classroom library book with a great lesson to learn! 5y
Klewis81 Sounds like a great book with a good moral lesson! Good job! 5y
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MadisonCarter I love Jon Klassen and his "hat" series. These books are laugh-out-loud funny for children and adults. I just chose him for my author study, and I can't wait to learn more about him. Great UDL & EL principles! 5y
DeannaT96 This is one of my favorite books! The first few pages with the whale crinkling his eyes when he realizes his hat is gone is so hilarious! And the crossword sounds like such a good idea!! 5y
farynantenucci This book seems like a great read aloud. I like the crossword puzzle link you added to your post as well, this is a fun alternative to reading comprehension questions. 5y
KatherineBeckham I love this book! I found it so funny. I especially loved how the story was told more so through the pictures rather than through the words alone. This kind of book is good for EL students too since the pictures are so important! 5y
DrSpalding The Candlewick publisher is one of my favorites. Excellent resource and excellent alignment to the UDL and EL strategies. Klassen has become a favorite of mine. This book is one of three in a trilogy. Read them all! 5y
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The Snowy Day | Ezra Jack Keats
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The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats is a realistic fiction, read aloud book about a boy named Peter who wakes up one morning and sees that snow had fallen the night before. He goes out and has many adventures, but worries that the sun will melt all the snow away. The next morning he realizes that's more snow has fallen and he can continue to enjoy the snow! The Snowy Day is a Caldecott Award winning book. This book, and other books by Ezra Jack Keats

KarinaGuillen could be used in a classroom author study. Attached are different activities that relate to different books written and illustrated by Keats. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/creative-problem-... UDL principle 4.1 Vary methods for response and navigation & 5.1 Use multiple media for communication could be utilized in these activities. EL principle 16 Integrate speaking, listening, reading, and 5y
KarinaGuillen writing activities can also be utilized. This book is a great addition to any classroom library! 5y
Aimeejett This looks like such a great book. I love snow since we never get it here in Florida. I can relate to him making many adventures in the snow. It‘s so cute he thinks the snow is going to melt the next day. Great strategies!! 5y
DrSpalding I'm so impressed by the resources you have attached and how easily you have aligned the UDL/EL strategies. Excellent work for an excellent book. 5y
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The Stinky Cheese Man and other Fairly Stupid Tales is a Caldecott Honor Award winning, story telling picture book that puts a modern twist on TL. Within this book are several brief fairy tales with familiar characters but very unusual story lines. This is an ideal story telling book and a great addition to your elementary classroom library!! UDL principals 2.4 Promote understanding across languages & 2.5 Illustrate through multiple media

KarinaGuillen could both be utilized with this book. These stories can read and represented in several ways. EL principal 17 Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia,body language, and facial expressions is vital while storytelling and could be perfectly utilized using this book. http://littlekinderwarriors.blogspot.com/2013/12/gingerbread-and-stinky-cheese.h... In the link attached are several different math 5y
KarinaGuillen and literacy activity that go along with the stories in this book. This book is so great because it could be used as a story to tell just to pass the time, or could be used throughout an entire segment! 5y
DrSpalding This is a great book for a possible storytelling. This folklore variant is widely used in the intermediate grades. You can compare these sarcastic tales with the originals. I am not sure about your UDL principle but your EL strategy is thoughtful. 5y
Aimeejett I have never heard of this book before. I might just have to read it. I like your website. I think activities that have to do with Math and a book are very good for students to do. 5y
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A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle is a John Newberry Award winning science fiction novel that is a must-have in any upper elementary classroom library. The story is about a young girl named Meg who is transported on an adventure through time and space with her younger brother Charles and a friend they found along the way, Calvin. Their mission is to save their scientist father from evil forces holding him hostage on another planet.

KarinaGuillen This is a great novel to utilize in Literature Circles. Students can split into groups and periodically discuss what they've read. UDL principals 8.3 Foster collaboration and community, 4.1 Vary the methods for response and navigation, and EL principal 2 Promote cooperation could all be used when using this novel in LCs. http://www.movies.disney.com/a-wrinkle-in-time The book's official movie website could be used as a wonderful resource. 5y
KarinaGuillen Students can compare story-to-movie and even compare how characters are depicted in the movie vs. what they imagined. I thoroughly enjoyed this read! #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
DrSpalding Well done Karina. Being that this "Newbery" winner is coming out in movie form, your resource is excellent. Remember that on RWT there are wonderful lessons to increase the rigor of comparing and contrasting books and movies. 5y
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DrSpalding ❤️ your picture!!!! 5y
MorganH I love the picture you used! This is my book for Lit Circles and i love it. I think it would be great for IR as well. I can‘t wait to see how it compares to the movie! 5y
MeghanW I heard this is an amazing book! I plan on reading it for this class. It allows students to use their imaginations as they travel with Meg and her brother to save their dad! 5y
Aimeejett This book was actually one of my choices for literature circles in class but unfortunately I went with something different. Everyone says it‘s such a great book, I need to read it. Thanks for sharing. Great strategies also!! 5y
brittanyg When I first heard the title I wasn‘t interested, but now that you described the book I am adding this to my list of books to read! 5y
amandagrant I'm reading this book for my LC too. I like how your resource connects the book to the movie for the student. Group and collaboration activities would be useful with this book too :) 5y
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What Do You Do with a Problem by Kobi Yamada is an inspirational fiction RA that is a great addition to any early elementary classroom library. In this story a little boy realizes that he has run into a problem. He does all that he can to escape the problem, from running, shoo-ing it away, and even disguising himself from it. The more he avoids the the problem, the more he realizes it grows. Finally he decides it is time to face his problem

KarinaGuillen and in the process of doing so, he realizes something great. He sees that within each problem is a chance to learn and grow! This story relates to students of all ages and backgrounds. It is an inspiring story of bravery, seeing the good that comes from the bad and it motivates students to analyze their problems to figure out why they're there. UDL principal 3.1 Activate or supply background knowledge and EL principle 16 Integrate speaking 5y
KarinaGuillen listening, reading, and writing activities can all be met by this picture book. https://www.mindsetkit.org/static/files/YCLA_LessonPlan_v10.pdf In this Growth Mindset activity students write letters to future students about problems they've faced this school year and how they overcame them. This lesson can be modified to better fit early grade levels. #UCFLAE3414F17 (edited) 5y
DrSpalding Your book post I believe? This is an excellent post regarding a picture book with a very important message. We must persist, overcome, and endure. Having a growth mindset is a hot topic in education right now. Excellent resource. 5y
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Aimeejett This is a great book! I think it‘s important for students to face their problems instead of run away from them. This book is great to show that to them. I love your UDL & EL strategy for this book. 5y
brittanyg I love this title of the book. I like that we can put our feelings into a book to help our students. It‘s important that they know that they aren‘t the only one going through.l a hard time. 5y
audiobooklover This is working right with my situation right now...! 5y
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