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Echo | Pam Munoz Ryan
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This HF tells the story of four different children all living in different places before/during/after WW2. At first glance they have nothing in common but as you read you'll uncover magic, music, and a mysterious harmonica that ties their destinies together. This Newbery award winner can be used for LC or IR. This past semester I personally used this book in a literature circle. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.pammunozryan.com/echo/ This link takes you to a list of resources for Echo. It includes discussion questions, an author interview, and multiple links to listen to the book read aloud. The discussion questions are quite engaging and require research and an understanding of the book. The questions could be utilized for a literature circle group. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 8.3: foster collaboration and community. By including this book as an option for literature circles, you can foster collaboration and cooperation among students. In these small groups of students reading the same book, students will work together to fulfill different roles (ex: word wizard, summarizer, illustrator), complete activities, and discuss and explore the deeper meaning of the book. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 2: promote cooperation (small groups). Teachers can promote cooperation among students by offering this as a option for LC, where students will work together to discuss and explore the deeper meaning of the book. Having students work in small groups can help encourage EL's to learn from those around them. 5y
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The Witch of Blackbird Pond | Elizabeth George Speare
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This Newbery award winner tells the story of Kit Tyler and her adventures after she left her home in Barbados to live with her aunt and uncle in America. Will she fit in? Will she ever feel at home again? Read this HF to find out! This book can be utilized as in an LC or IR. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.glencoe.com/sec/literature/litlibrary/pdf/witch_of_blackbird_pond.pdf This link will take you to an entire lesson plan for this book! It includes key vocabulary terms, pre-reading strategies, graphic organizers, reflection questions and more. I really liked the activity that has students create a character map, a diagram/drawing of how the characters are related. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 9.3: develop self-assessment and reflection. This strategy is utilized in this lesson through the use of reflection questions that students answer with their opinions and beliefs about concepts addressed in the book. You can use the provided questions or you can develop your own questions that further self reflection. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 30: encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and seeing relationships. During the activity where students create a character map, encourage students to include drawings and pictures in their chart. (edited) 5y
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Among the Hidden | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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In this society, the first two children are legal but after that...children are forbidden. The first book in The Shadow Children series, Among the Hidden is a SF novel about a third child named Luke Garner and his fight for equality, freedom, and simply ...survival. This Sunshine State Young Reader award winner is great for AS, LC, or even IR!#ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Among-the-Hidden-vs-Real-Life-Common... This link will take you to a lesson plan for teaching the concept of "illegal" second children in China. It provides a link to a news video clip about a second child in China. It also provides a graphic organizer for students to use to compare and contrast the law in China with the law from the book about third children. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.2 optimize relevance, value, and authenticity. By relating the laws in the book to what they learn about the laws in China, students are mentally reinforcing the value and relevance of both. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 45: use Venn diagrams to contrast and compare activities. After reading the book and watching the news clip, have students create a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the laws. This can either be in addition to or instead of the provided graphic organizers. (edited) 5y
DeannaT96 Ah!! I️ can‘t wait to read this book!! 5y
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This hilarious book of P is sure to tickle your funny bone! It is the silly sequel to For Laughing Out Loud, a book of poems selected (and some even written) by Jack Prelutsky. Whether you're looking for a lighthearted RA or a selection for PR during a poetry lesson, this is the book for you! #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://teacher.scholastic.com/writewit/poetry/jack_brainstorming.htm This link will take you to a website where students can learn more about Jack Prelutsky and about how to create their own poems. Teachers could provide the website, this book, and other poems by Prelutsky for students to use as reference during the lesson. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.1: optimize individual choice and autonomy. In the provided lesson the students get to create their own silly poems after the reading. They get to choose the topic of their poems as well as the adjectives and rhyming words they use. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 32: use student pairs for team learning, especially for reports, experiments, and projects. You can utilize both the UDL and EL strategies in this lesson. Have students work in pairs to PR a few of Prelutsky's books and poems and then explore and read the link together. When they reach the brainstorming section of the site, give students the choice to either work alone or with their partner to compose a silly poem. (edited) 5y
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Stone Soup | Marcia Brown
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This was one of my favorite TL stories as a kid! It's about three hungry soldiers and their journey to make "stone soup". When the villagers saw the soldiers coming, they hid all of their food. After coming up empty handed, the soldiers said they were going to make stone soup but they needed some ingredients from the villagers first. This adaption has been awarded the Caldecott honor and can be utilized in the classroom as a RA. #ucflaw3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/shari-carter/stone-soup-lesson-sh... This link will take you to a list of writing, compare/contrast, and readers theater activities related to the book. I really liked the compare and contrast activity where students first listen to the teacher read two versions of Stone Soup (it's TL so there are multiple versions) and then create a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the two books. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 3.2: highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships. As you read the two different versions be sure to point out any drastic differences. As students complete the Venn diagram make sure to verbally walk them through the stories and help them to identify any patterns or commonalities between the two. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 45: use Venn diagrams to contrast and compare activities. In this lesson students will use Venn diagrams, either written or illustrated, to compare and contrast the two different versions/read-alouds of Stone Soup. It will help students to visually organize key points from the reading so that they can develop a better understanding and comprehension of the story. 5y
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Sing along with Pete the Cat as he makes the wheels on the bus go round and round! Written by James Dean, this F picture book is another addition to the award winning Pete the Cat series. It can be used a RT or RA (or sing along). #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://kinderblossoms.blogspot.com/2013/09/positional-words-with-pete-cat-wheels... This is the link to a lesson plan that uses Pete the Cat and the Wheels on the bus to teach positional vocabulary. It provides several craft ideas and worksheets. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 1.3: offer alternatives for visual information. When reading this book to students utilize this link (http://www.petethecatbooks.com/songs/?videoId=567) to provide them with a video that points to each word as they sing along. When using the book to teach positional vocabulary, utilize the several different crafts/diagrams provided in the original link so that students have multiple visuals and manipulatives to work with. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 15: reinforce the key ideas you present again and again. When using this book to teach students about positions, reinforce the information through the use of multiple visuals and manipulatives. The more practice students have with a concept the more likely they are to remember and apply it later. 5y
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Henrys Freedom Box | Ellen & Kadir Nelson Levine
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This is a B about a real man, Henry "Box" Brown. He was born into slavery but later escaped by having friends pack him into a box and ship him to freedom. This retelling has received a Caldecott honor. With it's beautiful illustrations, this book make for a great RA when teaching students about the Underground Railroad or African American history. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/henrys-freedom... This will take you to the Scholastic website which provides an entire lesson plan for this book and how to use utilize it when teaching students about the Underground Railroad. I really liked the pre-reading activity that introduces students to the Underground Railroad through the use of a PowerPoint. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 2.5: illustrate through multiple media. When using this book for teaching students about the Underground Railroad, the pre-reading PowerPoint is a great way to provide students with important background information before the read aloud! 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 17: provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language, and facial expressions. Before you read the book, provide students with contextual support by presenting the PowerPoint on the Underground Railroad. It will help them to build background knowledge and increase their comprehension of the text. Teachers can also prepare a PowerPoint of vocabulary words/definitions to play as they read. 5y
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Green Eggs and Ham | Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel
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Do you like green eggs and ham? Follow Sam-I-am around in this F as he tries to convince his friend to try his green eggs and ham. Written by Theodor Seuss Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss!), this book was voted among Scholastic Parent & Child 100 Greatest Books for Kids in 2012. It is great for GR, RT, SR, and RA! #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceLesson/Preview/31717 This link will take you to a lesson plan that utilizes the book and graphic organizers to help students practice identifying and placing events in sequential order. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 1.1: offer ways of customizing the display of information. When helping students places the events in sequential order, allow them to utilize multiple types of graphic organizers to arrange the information, such as a timeline or a before/middle/end chart. Also allow students to draw a comic strip to place illustrations of the events in order. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 42: Have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information. The goal of the lesson is to help students recall and place events from the story in sequential order. Using a timeline and pictures can make things easier for EL's by giving them a visual reference of the story. (edited) 5y
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I Have a Dream | Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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This beautiful NF illustrates one of the most well known portions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, originally published in 1963. It has won the Coretta Scott King award for it's illustrations of the African American experience. This book and its illustrations would make a good RA for students when learning about the life of Martin Luther King Jr. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.theclassroombookshelf.com/2012/09/the-spoken-word-in-picture-books/ This link will take you to a list of lesson plans for teaching students about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I really liked the Martin's Big Words lesson. It has students create illustrated "flash cards" for new/challenging vocabulary words first, and then after the reading, has them use two of the words in a paragraph or other writing assignment. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 2.1: clarify vocabulary and symbols. Introduce students to any new/challenging vocabulary and their definitions before the RA. Have them create flash cards with the definition on one side and the word and an illustration of it on the other. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 40: have students prepare individual card files of subject area specific vocabulary. Having students create vocabulary cards with pictures on them will help to introduce them to challenging vocabulary that they will encounter during the reading. It will also help them to make connections by providing them with a visual representation of the words. 5y
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The Eco-Diary of Kiran Singer | Sue Ann Alderson, Millie Ballance
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After writing to her grandmother of her concerns about natural disasters, pollution, and other bad things impacting the planet, Kiran is invited to visit her grandmother for a week to learn about a little bog and how she can take care of it. During the week, Kiran keeps a diary full of poems about what she sees and learns. This P book has won the ASPCA Henry Bergh award and can be utilized as a RA when teaching nature/poetry. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.readwritethink.org/resources/resource-print.html?id=31110 This link will take you to a lesson plan for helping students create poems based off of their observations during nature walks. This book would be perfect to read aloud to students before having them create their own eco-diaries based off of their observations during a class nature walk. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.2: optimize relevance, value, and authenticity. Teachers can relate this book to the students own life/observations/experiences by having them create their own poems about the environment around them. While taking students on a nature walk, have them take notes about what they observe using their 5 senses. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 9: teach note-taking strategies: t-lists, time lines, etc. Make sure to teach students how to take two-column notes, using one column to list the sense being used and using another column to list what is being observed with each sense. This can be done for the reading and for the nature walk. 5y
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Junie B. Jones is back and this time she really talked herself into a pickle. After she got in trouble for running her mouth she told all of her friends that she had a super cool job for Job Day at school next week but the problem is she doesn't have one. Read this RF to find out if she can figure out a solution in time! This book series is great for IR and AS. This particular book has won the Nevada Young Reader award. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://juniebjones.com/author This is a perfect link for students doing an author study on Barbara Park. It takes you to the author page of the Junie B. Jones website where there are all kinds of questions and answers about the author. If you explore the rest of the site you'll find activities and games you can utilize in the classroom. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.3: minimize threats and distractions. In order to complete an author study while still minimizing threats from unauthorized websites, students should be provided with a bookmarked list of teacher-approved sites. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 7: show students how to use graphic organizers like semantic mapping and imaging. In order to accommodate EL's (and even other students) the teacher should provide a graphic organizer for students to use to record and organize information from the site for the AS. The teacher should also demonstrate how to use the graphic organizer for students. (edited) 5y
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Wonder | R J Palacio
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This New York Times Bestseller, and soon to be motion picture, is about a boy named August who suffers from mandibulofacial dysostosis, a condition that causes deformed facial bones and tissue. Due to his condition Auggie has always been homeschooled...until this year. This RF describes his experiences in the sixth grade from his point of view and the pov of those around him. It's a great book for LC and IR. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://static.squarespace.com/static/533e5b23e4b089b274abbdc9/t/5404c4afe4b02a77... This is a link to a PDF that provides hooks, activities, and discussion questions for the book. This book would be great for a LC option but I also liked the activity that has students create a comic strip depicting a scene from the book. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.2: optimize relevance, value, and authenticity. Teachers can design LC discussion questions that focus on the experiences and emotions of the characters to help students relate the story to their own lives. This book is also about to be released as a movie which can then be used to help students further relate the events in the story and its message against bullying to their own lives. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 2: promote cooperation (small groups). Teachers can promote cooperation among students by offering this as a option for LC, where students will then work with other students reading the same book to fulfill different roles (ex: word wizard, summarizer, illustrator), complete activities, and discuss and explore the deeper meaning of the book. Having students work in small groups can help encourage EL's to learn from those around them. (edited) 5y
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Viking Ships at Sunrise | Mary Pope Osborne
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This F book is the 15th in the Magic Tree House series. The series is about Jack and Annie, two kids who travel through time in their magic tree house. This time their adventure takes them back to ancient Ireland, the land of the Vikings. As a novel for beginners, this book could be utilized for IR or as an option for LC. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/viking-ships-s... This link will take you to a Scholastic lesson plan for this book. It includes activities for both social studies and language arts. I really liked the Viking internet scavenger hunt where students are to search websites bookmarked by the teacher to find an interesting fact about the Vikings and design their own ship's prow. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 2.1: clarify vocabulary and symbols. As students read the book (or have the book read to them) be sure to clarify any new and challenging vocabulary, especially any Viking-related vocabulary. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 23: structure advanced organizers consisting of new terminology that learners will encounter in the new lesson and vocabulary to be reviewed. In order to accommodate EL's, teachers should provide graphic organizers for any important/challenging vocabulary that the students will encounter in the text. Students can complete/review this as a class before reading so that everyone will be familiar with the meanings of the new words. 5y
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Navajo Code Talkers | J Patrick Lewis
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This beautifully illustrated NF is about the Navajo language and it's utilization during WW2 when it served as an unbreakable code for the United States military. While this book contains some illustrations and text that may too mature for some students, I still believe that it would be great as a RA for older students learning about WW2 or the Navajo. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/17-18/creating-codes-like-navaj... This is link to a lesson plan for kids to create their own code using the Navajo language. While it lists other books for the reading, the lesson plan can be adapted for this particular book. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 3.1: activate or supply background knowledge. Teachers should provide some background knowledge about WW2 and the Navajo before students complete the activity. This book is quite helpful with providing background knowledge about the Navajo before it explains their involvement in the war. This book could serve as the background knowledge for the activity. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 6: continually monitor students comprehension. Teachers should pause throughout the reading to check that students are following along and understanding what is being read. Teachers should also move around the room and check for comprehension and understanding while the students complete the related activity (edited) 5y
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This F book is about Jasper, a rabbit who loves carrots. One day spooky things begin to happen all around him and he finally realizes... the carrots are following him. This book has been awarded the Caldecott Honor for its creepy colors and illustrations and would be perfect for a RA during the Halloween season! #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://mrswillskindergarten.com/creepy-carrots-lesson-plans/ This link takes you to a webpage with an entire units worth of activities for this book! It includes details for a cause and effect close read, a retelling activity, and a predictions activity. I really like the predictions worksheet that requires students to make predictions as they read about what they think will happen next and whether or not they think the rabbit's plan will work. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 8.3: foster collaboration and community. During the reading and activity have students turn to a partner or facilitate a group discussion and have students discuss their predictions about the story with each other. Teachers can also have students work in partners to complete the related worksheets. After the reading have students talk to each other about what happened in the story and whether or not their predictions were right. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 16: integrate speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. The link provides all of these types of activities to go along with the book. Students can speak and listen to one another/you when they make their predictions and they can then complete the rereading and writing activities. Through all of the repetition of the related activities, students can become familiar with the details and concepts from the text. (edited) 5y
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This book is a great adaptation of TL. Heather Alexander has put a new spin on traditional Greek mythology so that it is age appropriate and easy for kids to follow along and comprehend. The book is broken up into an introduction to Greek mythology and individual short stories about the gods and goddesses. This book could be used for DR where students can act out the short stories. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://betterlesson.com/lesson/608982/myth-madness-pandora-s-box This will take you to an additional lesson plan for the story of Pandora's Box where students are to read the story and then create a story map identifying the characters, the setting, a summary, and the central message of the myth. This activity can even be used as a planning exercise for students before they are required to script and preform and dramatic reenactment of the myth. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 3.2: highlight patterns, critical figures, big ideas, and relationships. Throughout the activity, and throughout the entire book as well, teachers should make sure to emphasize the central message of each myth, how all of the characters are related, and patterns among the characters and the plots. A story map can be a great visual way to do this with students. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 7: show students how to use graphic organizers like semantic mapping and imaging. Teachers should walk students through the process of how to complete their story map, a type of graphic organizer. Teachers could also provide students with a completed example so that they understand what is expected of them and their map. These maps will help students to visually organize important information from the story. (edited) 5y
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This is probably one of my favorite NF children‘s books. From the inventors of the barcode to to the creator of the Concord grape, this book features 109 forgotten American heroes (and some villains) who have make a mark on our nations history. The layout is fun and easy to read. This book can relate to all sorts of subject matter and could be utilized as a RA, IR, PR, or even as a featured book at a center. #ucflae3414f17

juliek1 This sounds really cool - anything that can present history to kids in a fun way has my interest! Adding to stack! 5y
cheyennewilliams http://readingtokids.org/Books/BookView.php?bookID=00000908 This link provides suggested discussion topics related to the book, a list of suggested heroes, discussion questions for before, during, and after reading, and craft/activity ideas. I really like the suggested activity to have students design and create their own hero page for the book. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.1: optimize individual choice and autonomy. During the activity, students are able to explore a variety of heroes within the book and then are allowed to select their own hero to focus on for their own hero page. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 28: provide biographies of significant men and women from different countries. To accommodate EL's, biographies of men and women from their native country should be provided so that the student has the opportunity to create a hero page on a figure that is familiar to them. 5y
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Mr. Ferris and His Wheel | Kathryn Gibbs Davis
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Mr. Ferris and His Wheel is an Orbis Pictus award winning picture book written by Kathryn Gibbs David and illustrated by Gilbert Ford. It is a B about George Washington Gale Ferris Jr. and the story behind the 1893 Chicago World‘s Fair and his invention of the Ferris wheel. This book can be utilized as an RA to teach students about historical figures or the World's Fair. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.gibbsdavis.com/books/bk_mrferris.html This will take you to the authors site where there are more links to a video book trailer, a teaching guide, and podcasts that will read the book out loud for students. The teaching activities provide pre/during/after reading questions, important vocabulary, and multiple graphic organizers for students to complete before, during, and after the reading. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 1.2: offer alternatives for auditory information. The website provides links to podcasts that can read the story out loud to children. This can be a great use for ELL's and their families. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 23: structure advanced organizers consisting of new terminology that learners will encounter in the new lesson and vocabulary to be reviewed. The teaching resources provide graphic organizers for important/challenging vocabulary that is featured in the text. Students should complete as a class before the read aloud so that they can be familiar with the meanings of the new words. 5y
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Pete the Cat is back and this time he‘s bringing his four groovy buttons. This F picture book is part of the award winning Pete the Cat series, written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean. In this adventure Pete stays groovy and sings along even as the groovy buttons begin to pop off his shirt. This Geisel award winner can be utilized in a S or a traditional RA and is great for color identification, patterns, and counting. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://intentionalbygrace.com/pete-the-cat-and-his-four-groovy-buttons-activiti... This link provides several activities to go along with the book. I really liked the pattern practice activity that has students practice identifying and creating patterns with buttons of different sizes and colors. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 4.1, vary the methods for response and navigation, can be utilized through the use of multiple activities from the link to have students navigate the use of patterns in different ways. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 46: use discovery learning activities (hands-on activities). Students should use hands on activities, like the ones previously mentioned that utilize physical buttons, to practice the identification and creation of patterns (edited) 5y
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Written by Matt de la Peña and illustrated by Christian Robinson, this book tells the story of of a little boy who wonders about his status and lifestyle during a bus ride with his grandmother. This touching RF has been awarded the Newbery Medal, the Caldecott Honor, and the Coretta Scott King Honor. This is a great book to utilize as a RA to encourage students to appreciate what they have and be understanding of others. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams http://www.theclassroombookshelf.com/2015/03/last-stop-on-market-street/ This link will take you to a list of several activities related to the book. I really liked the Your Beautiful World activity which requires students to keep a journal with pictures about what they stop and observe for 10 minutes a day. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 7.2, optimize relevance, value, and authenticity, goes along with the lesson where students are relating the book to their own lives by stopping to observe the world around them each day. (edited) 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 48, use group assignments, portfolios, and learning journals, and non print options as alternative assessment, is employed here through the use of the observational journals. 5y
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