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Duke Ellington is a (B) book by Andrea Davis Pinkney and illustrated by Brian Pinkney. The book Duke Ellington has won the National Council of Teachers of English, Caldecott, and the Coretta Scott King award. This story is about Duke Ellington's life, experiences, accomplishments, and legacy. The book is excellent for a read-aloud (RA) because it allows having higher thinking questions and discussion. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The resource below is an introduction to the biographies genre, and it can be used before reading the Duke Ellington biography. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/introducing-bi..., The UDL for this story and resource, is 3.3 (Guide information processing and visualization) ESOL strategy 28 (Provide biographies of significant men and women from different countries) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
DrSpalding What a creative image! English learner strategy 28 is obviously perfect for picture book biographies! Use biographies in both science and social studies! 2y
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Grand Canyon | Jason Chin
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Grand Canyon is an (HT) book because it combines F and NF. The author is Jason Chin.The book won the National Council of Teachers of English, Caldecott Honor, and The Robert F. Sibert award.Is an informative book about the Grand Canyon, and the information is shared through a girl and her dad while taking a camping trip.The book has information about animals,habitats,fossils, water bodies, and the grand canyon composition. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez This book is great for independent reading (IR) because it allows students to research important natural resources in the US. The UDL principle for this lesson is 7.1 (Optimize individual choice and autonomy). A resource to support the informational text is https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/nature/article/grand-canyon #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez because it allows the students to explore the topic further and watch videos of the grand canyon. ESOL strategy 30 (Encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and to see relationships)#UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
ToddSalerno I‘m interested in the narrative nature of this nonfiction book! I think that would be a much more engaging way to disseminate information for many students as opposed to just simply reading a textbook. 2y
Betrinag I was interested because this was a nonfiction book, but reading that it‘s told by a girl and her father hooked me! I agree that this delivers the information in a more easily digestible manner- can‘t wait to add this to my library! 2y
DrSpalding This book has been on my to be read pile since it won the award! It could be an independent read but it could also be an excellent book to read during a geography unit! I love the idea of watching videos about the area and you do not get better than National Geographic! 2y
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Nine Days to Christmas: A Story from Mexico is an (RF) book by Marie Hall Est and Aurora Labastida. In addition, Nine Days to Christmas is a Caldecott award winner. This story is about a girl named Ceci who is excited about Christmas and La Posada. La posada is a tradition in Mexico where they spend nine days in a series of celebrations. Furthermore, this book is great for shared reading (SR) because of its length and opportunity for discussions.

StephanyNunez I enjoyed this book because it can teach students about culture and tradition in Mexico. The source below is about the importance of sharing traditions in the classroom and shares activities you can complete. https://www.edutopia.org/articlesharing-holiday-traditions-classroomhickleberryp... 2y
StephanyNunez Because of the story and resource the UDL principle connecting with the lesson is 2.4 (Promote understanding across languages) ESOL strategy 24 (Incorporate the culture and the language of second language learners in your curriculum)#UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
ToddSalerno I have not heard of La Posada before, even though I celebrate the Christmas holiday. This is a fantastic book to use for winter holidays around the world. I would love to put together a unit highlighting diverse celebrations. Edutopia is also my go to resource for teaching articles. I follow them on Instagram. 2y
DrSpalding What a wonderful realistic fiction title to use during a social studies unit. In a couple of grade levels, there are social studies standards that relate to teaching children about Mexico regarding geography and specific traditions/holidays. Excellent job aligning English learner 24… Perfect! 2y
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African Cats adapted by Cathy Hapka and photographed by Keith Scholey, Natacha Breed, Owen Newman, Marguerite Smits van Oyen, and Oliver Scholey. This (NF) book focuses on a young cub called Mara. The cub has to work hard to keep up with her pride when hunting for food and searching for water. This story is great for independent reading (IR) because it is a simple informational story and continues... Check the comment section#UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez many students like to learn more about different animals and their habitat. The UDL principle for this story and resource is 7.1 (Optimize individual choice and autonomy). The website underneath can be used by students to further their knowledge about the lions. It also has lessons and resources for teachers K-12. https://www.nationalgeographic.org/projects/big-cats-initiative/education/ #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez ESOL strategy 29 (Offer a variety of reference materials at the students' instructional level for independent use)#UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
Adodd1 These books are a great way for students to dive into the real life of animals out in the wild! The ESOL strategy you have chosen goes great with your lesson. 2y
ztorres Yes, animal books are always a must to have in the classroom. Not only do kids love it, but helps to expand their knowledge of their world around them. Love the resource, national geographic always provides awesome videos and background information for kiddos. I love buying their books. 2y
DrSpalding Your image says it all! National Geographic can help students learn about other parts of the world and the animals that live in them. 2y
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STAR WARS The Force Awakens is an (SF) book. It is Adapted by Elizabeth Schaefer and Illustrated by Brain Rood. The book is an adaptation of the original movie "STAR WARS The Force Awakens." The illustrator of the book uses realistic illustrations and makes the story look like the movie. Throughout the book, the author includes side notes to help readers with fictional terms. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez This book is excellent for literature circles (LC) because of the complexity of the text. The UDL principles for this story and source are 2.1 (Clarify vocabulary and symbols) and 2.3 (Support decoding of text, mathematical notation, and symbols). The lesson plan below will help the teacher effectively teach students to develop comprehension skills by solving unknown words using context clues. #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/solving-word-mean... ESOL 10 (Teach think, pair and share strategies in cooperative groups) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
ztorres YES, YES, YES..... Star Wars is such a great book. The Science Fiction behind it always captivates the student's attention, especially the boys. This is truly great to have for IR. I can picture the boys going into the classroom library and talking about the book and engaging in creative thinking. 2y
DrSpalding Star Wars has quite a following worldwide! I could see these being wonderful additions to your classroom library especially for independent reading. Helping to clarify vocabulary is an appropriate universal design principle. Read write think is a high-quality resource! 2y
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The Undefeated | Kwame Alexander
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The Undefeated is a (P) book by Kwame Alexander and illustrated by Kadir Nelson. This book has Caldecott Medal, Newbery, and Coretta Scott award. The poem is a letter of encouragement to African Americans in our present and future to be brave, persevere, dream, and be undefeated. This book is excellent for a read-aloud (RA) because is inspiring and is a tribute to Black American in our history, present, and future. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The UDL principle for this story and resource is 2.3 (Support decoding of text, mathematical notation, and symbols). The source underneath introduces the new teacher to strategies to teach poetry. https://www.edutopia.orgblogpoetry-teaching-tips-new-teachers-lisa-dabbs ESOL strategy 24 (Incorporate the culture and the language of second language learners in your curriculum) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
Adodd1 Teaching our students about all cultures and providing them access to these type of resources is so great! The ESOL strategy you chose I feel goes great with the lesson 2y
KeanaE I have also read this book. What a powerful message that “The Undefeated” conveys 2y
DrSpalding Your teaching tips resource is excellent. This is clearly a wonderful book to read aloud during a social studies unit. I own this book and while it may seem poetic, I would think the better genre is biography/nonfiction. 2y
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Locomotive is an (RF)book by Brian Floca. It has won the Caldecott, Robert F. Sibert, and the National Council of Teachers award. This story is about all the new Locomotive's features and the experience the families who travel in it can have. At the end of the story, the author included a page with all the train parts' names and an explanation of their purpose. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The Locomotive story is great for a read-aloud (RA) because it is interactive and engaging. The UDL principle for this story and resource is 3.3 (Guide information processing and visualization). The resource below is a teacher guide to help educators model a deep understanding of read-aloud. http://www.readwritethink.org/professional-development/strategy-guides/teacher-r... #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez ESOL Strategy 8 (Use direct instruction: Modeling, explaining, scaffolding, name the strategy and show how to use it.) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
DrSpalding Another wonderful resource and a beautiful image as well! This award-winning nonfiction book would be a helpful read aloud or even a quality reference for students to dip in and dip out of in regards to how the locomotive impacted transportation in our country. 2y
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Tales of Famous Heroes | Connie Roop, Peter Roop
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Tales of Famous Heroes is a (B) by Peter and Connie Roop and Illustrated by Rebecca Zomchek. The Tales of Famous is about the biography of 25 heroes and their achievements. The biography is from the heroes of today and history. This book is terrific for independent reading (IR) because it allows the students to explore heroes they might know about and learn about heroes from our history. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The UDL principle for the biography and source is 7.1 (Optimize individual choice and autonomy). The source beneath will provide teachers with strategies to support students' independent reading. http://www.readwritethink.org/professional-development/strategy-guidessupporting... ESOL strategy 8 (Provide biographies of significant men and women from different Countries) #UCFLAE3414SP21
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Adodd1 Using these books for an IR would be great, especially if they may use this book for resources for research! The link you provided showing the different strategies to support students is very helpful as well! 2y
DrSpalding This is a picture book biography, anthology. You can dip in and dip out of this book to read about significant men and women during social studies instruction. The English learner strategy is actually 28 rather than eight. 2y
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Show Way | Jacqueline Woodson
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Show Way is a John Newbery Medal Honor (HF) book by Jacqueline Woodson and illustrated by Hudson Talbott. The story is about seven generations of African- American women. The book tells the story of seven generations which began with slavery and ended with freedom. Because of the story complexity and transitions, it would be great for Literature Circles (LC). #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The resource below would help teachers introduce literature circles in the classroom and encourage students to participate in different literature circle roles. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/literature-circle... #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez The UDL principle for this story is 8.3 (Foster collaboration and community) because, during the literature circle, the students are going to discuss and collaborate to understand the story further. EL strategy 2 (promote cooperation) (small groups) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
DrSpalding I am so happy that you found helpful resources on read write think. I hope you will continue to use them in future classes and to support your teaching when you take over a classroom of your own. Literature circles or read aloud would work well for this book. 2y
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My Friend Rabbit is a Caldecott award winner; MF book by Eric Rohmann. The story is about a Rabbit and his friend the Mouse. The Mouse is always getting in trouble, and the Rabbit always tries to help him. In the story, the Mouse plane got stuck in a tree, and Rabbit found many animals to get the plane; however, wherever Mouse goes, trouble follows. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The story is excellent for Choral Reading (CR) because it is not too long; therefore, the students can practice expression and fluency. This strategy uses UDL principle 5.3 (Build fluency with graduated levels of support practice and performance.) The UDL connects with CR because the teacher models fluency and expression. #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez This way, struggling readers participate, and it also can improve students' vocabulary, fluency, and confidence. The resource below is about choral reading classroom strategies. https://www.readingrockets.org/strategies/choral_reading ELL strategy 17 (Provide contextual support through audiovisual, models, demonstrations,
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DrSpalding Oh my! The pictures you took with the amazing book covers and related items are truly stellar! Your posts are thorough and most use high-quality resources! Stick with reading rockets and avoid Pinterest for future posts. Beyond that… Amazing work Stephany! 2y
PatriciaS I love your presentation of this book, great resource and strategies for the teachers. Love your review 👍 2y
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Eli's Balloon | Candace Ruffin
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Eli's Balloon is a President's award winner (Florida Authors and Publishers Association.); RF book by Candace Ruffin and Illustrated by Mark Wayne Adams. The story is about a boy who dreams of becoming a balloon when he grows up. He wants to be a balloon because they are bright, cheery, fun, and they can float. #UCFLAE3414SP21.

StephanyNunez This book encourages children to follow their dreams and be what they want to be in life. The story is great for independent reading (IR) because the story is not complex, and the students should be allowed to take ownership in the learning. This strategy uses UDL principle 7.1 (optimize individual choice and autonomy). #UCFLAE3414SP21. 2y
StephanyNunez The resource below provides activities teachers can give the student when they are doing independent reading. https://www.thoughtco.com/independent-reading-activities-to-increase-literacy-41... EL strategy 29 (offer a variety of reference materials at the students‘ instructional level for independent use) #UCFLAE3414SP21. 2y
PatriciaS Love your presentation 😄 wonderful spot for reading. Great review and resources, strategies and I added it to my list. Thank you 😊 2y
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Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type is a Caldecott award winner; MF book by Doreen Cronin and illustrated by Betsy Lewin. The story is about cows and hens demanding electric blankets from the farmer using a typewriter. The farmer refuses, and the animals refused to give the farmer milk and eggs. The story is fun and is great for dramatic reenactment (DR). Continues.... #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez This strategy uses UDL principle 8.3 (Foster collaboration and community). The UDL connects with DR because students must work collaboratively to act the story. The resource below is about the benefits of dramatic reenactment and the planning it requires. http://www.literacyworldwide.org/docs/default-source/member-benefits/e-ssentials... #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez ELL strategy 50 (For content comprehension use a variety of comprehension activities, such as strip stories, KWL activities, SQ3R, learning logs, role-playing activities, cloze strategy, etc.) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
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Ron's Big Mission | Don Tate, Rose Blue, Corinne J. Naden
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Ron's Big Mission is an RF book by Rose Blue,Corine Naden, and illustrated by Don Tate.The story is about a boy named Ron.He had a dream of becoming a pilot, but first, he had to overcome the obstacle in his way.Ron decided to go to the library and takes some planes book; however,when Ron was 9, only white people could check out books from the library.But Ron was having none of that; he decided he would get a library card and take the books home.

StephanyNunez The story teaches about standing for yourself, making a difference, and fighting for what is right. The story is based on the true story of Ron MacNair, a hero whose dream came true. He became an astronaut; however, he lost his life when the space shuttle Challenger exploded on January 28, 1986. Ron's Big Mission is great for read-aloud (RA). 2y
StephanyNunez This strategy uses UDL principle 2.3 (Clarify vocabulary and symbols.) The UDL connects with RA because when doing an effective RA, the teacher must teach key vocabulary. The resource below is after Read Aloud activities that can be used to assess comprehension. https:www.readingrockets.org/article/103-things-do-during-or-after-reading. #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez EL strategy 50 (For content comprehension, use a variety of comprehension activities, such as strip stories, KWL activities, SQ3R, learning logs, role-playing activities, cloze strategy, etc.) #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
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Hurricanes, Tsunamis, And Other Natural Disasters is an NF book by Andrew Langley and foreword by Bill McGuire. This book is about natural disasters. It includes various topics such as earthquakes, volcanoes, storms, fires, diseases, and many more. Each page illustrates the most catastrophic disaster around the world and teaches about the different characteristics of each disaster. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez The book "Hurricanes, Tsunamis, And Other Natural Disasters" can be used for independent reading (IR). The resource below is to help the teacher make independent reading work. It gives different strategies and information of what is required of the teacher when the students are doing independent reading. The teacher must set a goal for their students when they are IR and teach them how to select an appropriate text. #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez Resource- https://www.readingrockets.org/article/making-independent-reading-work. The recommended UDL principle for the book is 6.1 (Guided appropriate goal-setting.) EL strategy 29 (Offer a variety of reference materials at students' instructional level for independent use). #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
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Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes is an MF book by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean. This story is about Pete's first day of school and his love for his school shoes. Through the different settings, Pete signs about how he is rocking his school shoes. The author also uses the character and different setting to convey confidence and not worry about going to new places such as...... #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez the cafeteria, playground, and more.It shows the students not to be scare to go to the new places at school, just like Pete. Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes is great for read-aloud(RA) because it can be used to model fluency and expression.For this story, I recommend using UDL principle 5.3(Build fluency with gradual levels of support for practice performances.)The UDL connects with RA because the teacher must model fluency and expression. 2y
StephanyNunez Furthermore, the website below is an example of a Read aloud and can be used to show different kinds of reading expression and practice for students of fluency and expression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCkdSB1TptU. EL strategy 17 (Provide contextual support through audiovisuals, models, demonstrations, relia, body language, and facial expression). #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
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Los tres cerditos | Walt Disney
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The 3 Little Pigs/ Los tres cerditos is a TL book retold by John Ducan, illustrated by Wes Ware, and translated by Natalia C. Foce. This story is the classic story of the three pigs. The pigs are trying to build their houses, but the wolf destroys them. The wolf could destroy the brick house, and he was disappointed. At the end of the story, the author adds three pigs are taking the wolf to a fair to cheer him up. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez This book is in English and Spanish. The 3 Little Pigs/ Los tres cerditos is great for partner reading (PR). We can have a Spanish-speaking ELL student and a proficient English student working together. The ELL students can listen to the correct pronunciation of the words while reading the text in their native language. #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez The resource below gives teacher strategies for partner reading with ELL students and information about peer-assisted learning. https://www.readingrockets.org/article/best-practice-ells-peer-assisted-learning, The UDL principle I recommend for this story is 2.4 ( promote understanding across language). EL strategy 32 (use students pair for team learning, especially for reports, experiments and projects.). #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
ztorres This is awesome, having books that are bilingual are great resources for ELL students. Not only will they have books to read they can also be engaged in the classroom. This types of books will allowed them to grow and develop new vocabulary. 2y
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Hi! Fly Guy | Tedd Arnold
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Hi! Fly Guy is a 'Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor award-winning ' RF book by Tedd Arnold. This story is about a boy named Buzz who wanted to find a pet for the amazing pet show. While he is searching for the perfect pet, he finds a fly. He took the fly as his pet and named it Fly Guy. When Buzz took Fly Guy to the pet show, the judge didn't consider the fly a pet, and they said Fly guy was a pest. #UCFLAE3414SP21

StephanyNunez Buzz was disappointed, but Fly Guy did some trick, and the judges were surprises. In the end, they accepted Fly Guy, and he won the smartest pet award. Teachers can use "Hi! Fly Guy" for Reader Theater (RT). After all, the story has different expressions, actions and it's great for RT because it's fun and interactive. The story uses UDL principles.... Continues....#UCFLAE3414SP21



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StephanyNunez 1.2 ( Offer alternative for auditory information and UDL 1.3 ( Offer alternative for visual information) The RT is a way to offer alternative auditory and visual information. Furthermore, the website below has a lesson plan to help the teacher create the "Readers Theater" http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/readers-theatre-1.... #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez Reader theater enhance comprehension, understanding and is a great motivational tool for struggling readers. EL strategy 17 (Provide contextual support through audiovisuals, models, demonstrations, relia, body language, and facial expression). #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
ztorres This series brings so much joy just because it reminds me of my nephew when he was in elementary school. He would make sure that every book fair I would buy him one of the Fly Guy books. He truly enjoyed them and found them funny. I think its a must have collection in the classroom libraries. I just think of the many other kiddos that will be his age enjoying the books just like he did. 2y
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How I Became A Spy is an HF book by Deborah Hopkinson. This story is about a boy named Bertie and his dog Little Roo during WWII in London. Bertie is a civil defense volunteer, and while doing his job, he found a coded notebook with important information about a traitor. Bertie, never thought he would become a spy, but through his journey Bertie,..... Continues
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StephanyNunez his friends David, Eleonor, and his dog Little Roo find clues to solve the ciphers in the notebook. They also want find the traitor and the missing woman. Teachers can use "How I Became A Spy" for literature circles (LC) because the story has many complex vocabulary words, many settings, and the students can infer and predict what will happen next. #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
StephanyNunez The UDL principle recomended for the story is 2.1 ( clarify vocabulary and symbols) and support activities from http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/acquiring-vocabulary-.... This resource will help students with vocabulary comprehension through group book discussions. EL strategy 5 (Teach technical vocabulary supporting key concepts). #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
ztorres A great book, absolutely enjoyed reading it for class. I wished the end result was different but other than that great book. It has so much potential for activities and lessons to do in the classroom. I think upper elementary students will truly enjoy it. 2y
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Green Eggs and Ham is a P book by Dr. Seuss. This story is about Sam-I-am trying to convince another character to try green eggs and ham. They go through different settings and adventures where they meet different characters while Sam-I-am keeps trying to persuade the character to try the green eggs and ham. In the end, the character in the story tries the green eggs and ham and loves them. #UCFLAE3414SP21


StephanyNunez Furthermore, Green Eggs and Ham is fantastic for a read-aloud (RA). The students will further comprehend the story using UDL principle 2.1 ( clarify vocabulary and symbols) and support activities from https://seasonal.theteacherscorner.net/read-across-america/green-eggs-and-ham.ph... This resource will help students with vocabulary comprehension. EL strategy 6 (Continually monitor students‘ comprehension). #UCFLAE3414SP21



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Winter Wonderland | Jill Esbaum
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Winter Wonderland is an NF book by Jill Esbaum. With its cheerful and photograph illustrations, this book conveys a sense of excitement about the cold weather and outdoor adventures. The story teaches about the most magical time of the year, Winter. It describes what Winter is, the climate changes, and activities that are commonly done during Winter.

Also, Winter Wonderland is great for independent reading (IR).
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StephanyNunez The students will best understand the story using UDL 1.3 (Offer alternatives for visual information) and support materials from https://www.pinterest.com/pin/423056958751714397/ This source will help students relate to elements included in the story and enhance comprehension. EL strategies 46 (use discovery learning activities (hands On Activities)). #UCFLAE3414SP21 2y
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Hair Love | Vashti Harrison, Matthew A. Cherry
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I chose this book because of the beautiful illustrations and message.

rather_be_reading welcome to litsy 📚☕📚 #litsywelcomewagon 2y
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🥳🌹🥳 2y
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