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kradebaugh

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This piece of Non-fiction I have owned for more than half my life. Written by Catherine Clinton. It gives all this historical facts that anyone could ever want to know about the Civil War. This would be a great book to use in a history class. It breaks down the entire conflict from beginning to end by the year. I feel this is must need for any classroom in upper grade levels. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh UDL 3.1 Activate and supply background knowledge and 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols. ESOL I would break the text down and associate pictures with words and pair with a partner. 1h
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Ponies | Laura Marsh
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This a nonfiction book by Laura Marsh. This would be a great book for science this would a book that I would use as a read aloud and break the book down into pieces so that the information could be easily learned. This book talks about the differences between ponies and horses. It talks about how there are many breeds, colors and location of ponies, it even gives a historical background on ponies. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDLs that I chose are 2.1 To Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 4.1 vary the methods for response and navigation. ESOL strategies 15 reinforcing key ideas, and 18 use commands and directions that involve over student actions. 6d
haleyklein I love the scholastics books! Awesome choice! 6d
Camrynm Your UDL principle and ESOL strategy seems like it would work very well with this NF book. 6d
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JRone I think a read-aloud would be great with this book. While reading aloud, you can tie in clarifying vocabulary if there are any confusing words children don't understand! 6d
alexblanco This is such a cute book, scholastic books are so fun and informative and kids love them! 6d
Jgolub13 National Geographic is a great resource! I remember loving these as a kid. I think your students would love this 6d
ArianaG Oh my goodness! These were my favorite as a kid! There very informational and exciting to learn new things! 6d
ccipriati I love National Geographic Kids books! I had a subscription when I was younger and I found out a ton of cool facts. 6d
sbombasi National Geographic is great to incorporate in the classroom for nonfiction! Especially with the great quality pics! 6d
Tinks I am a animal lover through and through. Will definitely get this. And, you can‘t go wrong with National Geographic. 6d
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14 Cows for America | Carmen Agra Deedy
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This non-fiction book was a New York Times best seller written byCarmen Agra Deedy. It talks about a young man from Africa who after the 9-11 attacks decided to go home where he tells the story of what happened. He and his mother had 1 cow and he asked the tribe if he may give the cow to America because the cow represented life. The tribe talked called in the ambassador of America and they gave America 14 cows to represent life. #ucflae3414f19.

kradebaugh https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5745. The UDLs that I chose are 2.1 To Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 4.1 vary the methods for response and navigation. ESOL strategies 15 reinforcing key ideas, and 18 use commands and directions that involve overt student actions. 6d
haleyklein I love this book!! 6d
YvetteE This book seems to incorporate social studies and ethics to help students understand the great impact 9-11 had on America. This is the type of book that should be in every classroom! 6d
YesseniaN This book sounds very interesting! I love the metaphor of cows and life, just from your summary, I want to know more about the book! I would like to see how a classroom of students reacts to the book content. 6d
Jewelwinkler I never knew what this book was about but thank you for sharing because now I really want to read it! 6d
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The War that Saved My Life | Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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This Newberry Honor book by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley. I have to admit made me cry at first. This is a historical fiction book is set in the onset of World War II and the main character Ada is truly struggling she has a physical disability and she being horribly abused by her mother but thanks to the War she able to escape her mother. This story is a how little girl survived and was able to make a difference. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh For my UDL's I chose 2.2 clarify syntax and structure and 3.1 activate or supply background knowledge. For ESOL I would monitor comprehension and check with questions, I would also simplify text if needed 6d
haleyklein Thank you for sharing!! 6d
maciforster Can‘t believe it made you cry!! Now I must read it if it was so good. 6d
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Mwinship Sounds like a great read, especially if it made you cry! Seems like a good book to incorporate into a history lesson. 6d
TristanPool If it made you cry, it‘s a great book! Sounds like this novel would pair well with a history lesson. 6d
ccipriati This sounds like an amazing book. I will definitely look for it! 6d
YvetteE I'm reading this right now! This is a book that will let children know life is not always easy, but faith and resilience will prevail. I love the background of Dr. Spalding's face:)
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YesseniaN I love how you could use this book in many subjects, not just reading but history as well! 6d
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Little Women (Kobo) | Louisa May Alcott
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This classic is one of my most favorite books. Written by Louisa May Alcott. It takes place during one of my favorite periods in American history. It is a story of sisterhood, romance, and heartache. Its a story that pulls you in as you follow the sisters Amy, Jo, Meg and Beth as they experience life and death. I think this book would be great as a read aloud or a literature circle. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh For my UDL's I chose 2.2 clarify syntax and structure and 3.1 activate or supply background knowledge. For ESOL I would monitor comprehension and check with questions, I would also simplify text if needed 6d
Jgolub13 This is a classic book. I think the more we can incorporate classics into the classroom the more cultured our students will be 6d
ebrown little women is such a class, and I am so excited to see the movie that‘s coming out based on it! 6d
CPettersen I feel like a book like this could teach a lot of lessons about life! Definitely need to read this one as an adult. 6d
Mwinship This is such a classic novel that I still haven‘t had the chance to read but I need to! There is a new movie coming out soon about it too! I wonder how it will compare to the book. 6d
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This classic story written by Mark Twain is a story of that we have grown up hearing. A boy who is starving for adventure who doesn't always follow the rules. I think this would be a great book for a read aloud. I think this book touches our adventurous side and lets into a view of history. This book has been created into movies and has been read for generations. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh For my UDL's I chose 2.2 clarify syntax and structure and 3.1 activate or supply background knowledge. For ESOL I would monitor comprehension and check with questions, I would also simplify text if needed. 6d
cassandram Sounds like a really interesting story. I would like to read it! 6d
Erinehart This was such a great book growing up! 6d
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Camrynm So many memories as a kid! Love this book!! 6d
ebrown I love this book so much. I used to work on Tom Sawyer Island at Disney World, so Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn have a special place in my ❤️ 6d
YvetteE I love reading these stories to my kids at night before bed. FInn is such a clever fellow and my boys get to hear stories about a boy more mischevious than them! 6d
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The Secret Garden 100th Anniversary | Frances Hodgson Burnett
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This classic story of a little girl who looses her parents and has to change her whole by going to live with her uncle is a story that I hold near and dear to my hear as it was a book my grandmother read to me when I was a little girl and I now read to my daughter. Its a book that would be great for read aloud or a literature circle. This version was written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and I llustrated by Tasha Tudor. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDL's I chose 2.2 clarify syntax and structure and 3.1 activate or supply background knowledge. ESOL To shorten text given and make sure that the students have a good understanding of the vocabulary given, 2w
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Charlie & Mouse | Laurel Snyder
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This book written by Laurel Snyder and Illustrated by Emily Hughes is a winner of the Theodore Seuss Geisel award. This was a fun book to read. About two brothers. I think they find a way to have fun with life. I like the part where they interact with the grandpa the best. I encourage you to read this book. I think it would be a great read for 1st through 3rd grade. Defiantly glad I added it to my library. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDL's I chose are 2.2 Clarify syntax and structure and 4.1 Vary the methods for response and navigation. For ESOL Continually monitor students' comprehension and teach question for clarification. 3w
YesseniaN This sounds like a great read, I would probably have the students read it in partners and have them discuss the sequence of the book! thanks for sharing it. 6d
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This is one of my favorite books to read to my kids. Written by Sam McBratney illustrated by Anita Jeram and became a tv series. This adorably cute book is about a parent and their child who talk about how much they love each other. This is a book I think could be read to any grade level but I think would be greatly loved by kindergarten through 2nd grade. I think this teaches kids that there is end to someones love.#ucflae3414f19

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This is cute fantasy book by Audrey Penn and Illustrated by Barbara Leonard Gibson. I love this book and I think it would be a great add to any library where kids are involved. I read this book to my kids at home but I also read this book to my high school students. I think that this book helps to teach children that just because an adult shows affection to someone else doesn't mean they do not care about us. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDL's I chose are 8.3 foster collaboration and community and 2.4 promote understanding across languages. For ESOL Teaching questioning for clarification and teach to two objectives, language, and content. 3w
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The Crossover | Kwame Alexander
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This book is a cross between realistic fiction and poetry. This book by Kwame Alexander is a 2015 Newberry Medal Winner and 2015 Coretta Scott King Honor Award Winner. I think this book is one that I would use on a 5th to 8th grade level.
I think it is better read as an individual. The story is told by a boy who has to face life on and off the court and discovers that life can take you places you never wanted to go. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDL's that I chose were 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 4.1 vary the methods for response and navigation. ESOL. Continually monitor students' comprehension and Use preview/review activitites. 3w
ChrisC I read this book as well. It‘s a good read and a very interesting story. 2w
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Wishtree | Katherine Applegate
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I truly liked this book by Katherine Applegate. I think this book is great for literature circles. It was an easy read. I will say that it was easy to predict what would happen but it also made you want to continue reading it so that you could see if you were right in your predictions. I think this book touched on a delicate subject of not accepting someone because of something someone else did. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDL's I chose are 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 3.1 Activate or supply background knowledge. ESOL Teach questioning for clarification and Use preview and review activities. 3w
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Waiting | Kevin Henkes
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This fantasy fiction book by Kevin Henkes was a Theodore Suess Giles Honor Book and Caldacott Honor. I think this book would be great for kindergarten or 1st grade. I think that it teaches kids that if you want something sometimes you have to wait for it to happen. I feel like this book also teaches kids not to judge someone by their outside appearances because you never know what is going on with them on the inside. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5735. The UDL's I chose were 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 1.3 Other alternatives for visual information. 1mo
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The book of poetry by Margarita Engle. Was sometimes hard to follow. I would choose this book for upper grade levels 5th to 7th grade. It spoke of young girl who was living life during the war in Cuba in the time of Teddy Roosevelt. It talks about her hard times and suffering. It comes in both English and Spanish. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/6261. I used the UDL's 3.1 Activate or supply background knowledge and Foster collaboration and community. I think this book would be great for a ESOL student especially one who speaks Spanish. I think breaking it down and moving through the text slowly making sure that visuals are used if needed. 1mo
Mwinship Wow this book incorporates multiple languages as well as multiple subjects! Definitely sounds like an interesting read! 1mo
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This realistic fiction book is a Newberry Honorwritten by Kate DiCamillo . This was a fun and exciting book to read. Full of adventure and mystery. Who wouldn't love a book about a little girl and her dog. I loved this book because it showed how people who are so different can come together to make a family. Family isn't always blood and this book shows how a dog can help bring people together to make a family. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/6261. The UDL's I chose were 1.1 Offer ways of customizing the display of information and 2.2 Clarify syntax and structure. for my ESOL I would read slow and clearly, make sure that I am clarifying the text and I read. 1mo
Mwinship Wow, I remember this book from my childhood and being so excited for the movie! I did not know that it was awarding winning but not surprised! 1mo
kgarzon I absolutely loved this book as a child, and the theme of found family is always a plus for the classroom! 1mo
JRone This was a great book as a child. What made it even better was that there was a movie made to go along with it. Your UDL strategy is a perfect choice for this book. (edited) 1mo
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14 Cows for America | Carmen Agra Deedy
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This non-fiction book was a New York Times best seller written byCarmen Agra Deedy. It talks about a young man from Africa who after the 9-11 attacks decided to go home where he tells the story of what happened. He and his mother had 1 cow and he asked the tribe if he may give the cow to America because the cow represented life. The tribe talked called in the ambassador of America and they gave America 14 cows to represent life. #ucflae3414f19.

kpbrspbr https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5745. The UDLs that I chose are 2.1 To Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 4.1 vary the methods for response and navigation. ESOL strategies 15 reinforcing key ideas, and 18 use commands and directions that involve overt student actions. 1mo
kradebaugh kpbrspbr is me kradebaugh. I have two litsy accounts for some reason. 1mo
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Wolf Hollow | Lauren Wolk
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This book is a historical fiction. I super enjoyed this book. It kept me on my toes and it was one I could not put down. If you like a story that teaches life lessons on how to stand up for what you believe in this is the book for you. It was written by Lauren Wolk it was on the New York Times Best Seller and a Newberry Honor book. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5840. The UDL's I chose where 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols and 3.1 Activate or supply background knowledge. ESOL would be break the text down reading short pieces at a time and asking questions to clarify that the students understand what is being read. 1mo
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