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Lrobertson

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This F is written by Bill Matin Jr and illustrated by Eric Carle, tells the story as a momma bear and baby bear travel and all the animals they meet on their way. This would be a great book for storytelling. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This like from Scholastic has a great lesson! https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/brown-bear-bro... UD 8.3 fostering collaboration and community and ESOL Strategy 15: Reinforce the key ideas you present again and again 4h
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Where the Wild Things Are | Maurice Sendak
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This F Cadellott Award-winning is written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. I follow a boy's journey using his imagination. He travels to aa forest and becomes king of all the wild things. Some find this story kind of creepy, but I think it is cute and shows kids to use their imagination. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson Using this book for RA, this is a link to a great read-aloud https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALmNPxNehYE. UDL 2.5: Illustrate through multiple media and ESOL Strategy 14: Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant 4h
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Corduroy | Don Freeman
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This F book is written and illustrated by Don Freeman. It is a cute story about a bear for sale and is missing a button Becuase of this he is no bought and sits on the shelf while others come and go. This book is his adventure of trying to find the button once the store is closed. Does he find a button or does he find an owner who takes him to fix him? #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be great for PR or AR. This link has a great lesson for this book http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/journal-corduroy-.... UDL 8.4: provide mastery-oriented feedback and ESOL strategy 13: use preview and review strategies. 5h
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The Spider and the Fly | Tony DiTerlizzi, Mary Botham Howitt
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This piece of poetry, written by Mary Howitt and illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi is a Caldecott Award winner. This book has great illustrations that would be perfect for an RA during Halloween time. It would be a fun way to teach students about poetry while staying in the spooky theme! # ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson UDL 3.2: Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas,and relationships and ESOL Strategy 37: Use language experience techniques in discussing concepts and ideas align with lessons on this site https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=9113 22h
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Hello Lighthouse | Sophie Blackall
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Written and illustrated by Sophie Blackall, this HF book is a Caldecott Awarding winner. This book follows the life of a lighthouse keeper. His daily chores, missing life at home with his wife, and some exciting and a little nerve-wrecking things along the way. The illustration in this book makes it a great book for a DR. This site links a read-aloud of this book https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/hello-lighthouse. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson UDL 3.3: Guide information processing and visualization and ESOL Strategy 17: Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions 22h
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The Cat Who Went to Heaven | Lynd Ward, Elizabeth Coatsworth
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This F book is written by Elizabeth Coatsworth and illustrated by Lynd Ward is a Caldecott Medal winner. When a struggling Japanese artist becomes the owner of an unwanted cat, he is not very happy. But, when he then gets asked to make a piece featuring Budha, for a large amount of money, he begins to believe the cat is good luck. When he adds the cat in the art, it is denied. This story shows that love and passion are more important than money.

Lrobertson #ucflae3414f19 This book would be best used for PR/ LC. This site has some lesson planshttps://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=1233. ESOL Strategies 38: Use student pairs for team learning, especially for reports, experiments
and projects. UDL 8.3: Foster collaboration and community
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This MF book written and illustrated by Jan Brett is a cute story about a gingerbread baby adventure while trying to find friends of his own. This book would be great during holiday times in the classroom. This book would be great for RA. This is a RA video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rReJ743RA0. ESOL Strategy 14: Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant and UDL 3.3: Guide information processing and visualization #ucflae3414f19

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The Three Pigs | David Wiesner
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This TL was written by David Wiesner and is the 2002 Caldecott award winner. This classic tale of the three little pigs with a little twist! #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be great for an RA. The link attached is a great lesson to go with this book https://reading.ecb.org/downloads/syn_lp_3Pigs.pdf. ESOL Strategy 14: Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant and UDL 3.1: Activate or supply background knowledge 3w
ChrisC I‘ve always liked the 3 little pigs. It‘s nice to see how everyone does their own version with this story. 2w
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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 3w
Tinks This looks like an interesting cover and has me curious enough to look into it. Thank you for sharing. 2w
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This Is It | Daria Peoples-Riley
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Written and illustrated by Daria People-Riley, this RF book is a great book about thinking positively and be confident even when you feel scared. It is about a young girl auditioning for a ballet class. Throughout the book, she is being uplifted! #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book is great for an RA. This is an online RA for this book https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6gEBw5EY0E . ESOL Strategy 14: Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant and UDL 9.1: Promote expectations and beliefs that optimize motivation 3w
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One Morning in Maine | Robert McCloskey
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This NF, written by Robert McCloskey, is a Caldecott award winner from 1953. This book is about a girl named Sal, and her day after finding she had a loose tooth. She had an exciting day planned with her father going to the harbor. She tells everyone along the way about her loose tooth. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be great for SR. This website has great lessons for a story map lesson going with this book: https://www.teachingbooks.net/clp.cgi?master_id=11556&lf_id=9 . ESOL Strategy 42: Have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information and UDL 1.1: Offer ways of customizing the display of information 3w
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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. 1mo
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 1mo
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The Ice Dragon | George R. R. Martin
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This F chapter book, written by George R. R. Martin, famous for A Song of Fire (GoT), and illustrated by Yvonne Gilbert. In a world where war is threating young Adara's country and family, this is not the only threat. Adara is different from most, described to be a girl of winter, she finds herself taming the beast that has taken many lives, the Ice Dragon. This is the story of Adara, and the Ice Dragon saved her world. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be best for IR or LC. Also, activities from https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=9619. For LC, using EL Strategy 10: Teach think, pair and share strategies in cooperative groups and strategy 38: assign short readings for homework. Along with UDL 6.1: guide appropriate goal-setting, so students are not getting overwhelmed when reading this book. 1mo
Tinks I will definitely look into reading this... I love reading about dragons and the like. 2w
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Finding Winnie | Lindsay Mattick
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By author Lindsay Mattlick and illustrator Sophie Blackall, a Caldecott Medal winner is the NF story of Winnie, and her becoming the famous bear. Harry, a Canadian soldier, found the cub at a train station. Naming her Winnipeg (after his home), she traveled with Harry and the troops. Once in London, Harry decided to leave her at the London Zoo. This is where Christopher Robin Milne found her, giving us the stories we know today. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson Using this book to have students relate to prior knowledge of Winnie-the-Pooh, this would be great for an RA. https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/finding-winnie-true-story-world‘s-mo... has activities for more on the text. Using EL Strategy 4: Link lesson topic with students' prior knowledge and UDL 3.1: Activate or supply background knowledge. (edited) 1mo
Tinks Not only does the book seem adorable, but your picture with that cutie sitting patiently and posing for the camera is priceless. Enjoyed your post...☺️ 4w
Lrobertson @Tinks that‘s my parent pup, Lola! She is 12 years old and love being the center of attention 😊😊 4w
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This (F/PB)E.B White Read-Aloud Award-winning book is an adorable story about a boy, named Duncan, coming to class to find all of his crayons missing from his crayon box. In their place was a stack of letters from said crayons on their reasoning for quitting. Some are feeling overworked, while others are arguing one another. At the end of the story, you see how Ducan makes all of the crayons happy. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson This book would be great for RA. Also, allowing students to act out crayons for an RT would be awesome! https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/day-crayons-quit has so great activities to go along with this text. EL Strategy 8: Use direct instruction: Modeling, explaining, scaffolding, name the strategy and how to show how to use is. (RA) UDL 1.1: Offer ways of customizing the display of information (RT) (edited) 1mo
AleciaM This is a great series book. I like how you displayed the book making it very inviting for a child to pick up and read. 1mo
DrSpalding Your image is awesome! Reading is fundamental is a high-quality resource. Excellent job aligning teaching strategies with universal design and English learner strategies. 1mo
Tinks Love this book and definitely want to purchase it, just because. Dr. Spalding did a fabulous job in reading this book with her very expressive voice on how the crayons might have sounded. Love, love, love ...💗 4w
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This (B) was written by Jennifer Berne, illustrations by Eric Puybaret. Jacques Cousteau grew up with love for documenting the world around him and was fascinated by the ocean. This book tells the story of his life, and his path to becoming an Ocean Explorer. He made large strides in the marine world, documenting the progression of humans' impact on sea life. Speaking to World leaders all the wat to kids on ways to help the ocean. #ucflae3414f19

Lrobertson In the classroom: RA. Showing the students the short video on youtube( https://youtu.be/9z08SD5iRuk ) before would give students some prior knowledge. Also, this video on youtube ( https://youtu.be/ryBhIJXiRlc) has footage from Jacques explorations. Using EL Strategy 28: Provides biographies of significant men and women from different countries. As well as UDL 3.3: Guide information processing and visualization. (edited) 1mo
DrSpalding Your English learner strategy is spot on! This book would be an excellent read aloud during a science/ocean unit. He is fascinating. What an excellent idea to include videos to provide prior knowledge. Excellent post.❤️📚 1mo
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