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Bear Snores On | Karma Wilson
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Bear Snores on, a modern fantasy(F) picture book, has won the Notable Children‘s Book Award. It is a cute book about a sleepy bear and his friends. The friends have a party while the bear is sleeping, but when he finally wakes up they hang out with him for a little before they all fall asleep. It is humorous and has many rhymes that children will love! I would use this book as a RA followed by the lesson.

morganhillman http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/shhh-bear-sleeping-le...
The UDL principle 5, provide options for expression and communication, is met as the students read the book and then use the gained knowledge to write their own class book. The EL principle 43, have students underline or highlight key words or important facts in assignments, is met as the students read the bear book, take notes and read along, and then
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The Little House | Virginia Lee Burton
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The Little House, a realistic fiction(RF) picture book, has won the Caldecott Medal in 1942. The book is all about a little cottage out in the country that watches as the seasons pass and enjoys her life. The city that she watches gets closer and closer until she is engulfed in all of the chaos of it. The granddaughter of the owner finds the house and takes it back out to the country where it belongs so that the granddaughter can live in it and

morganhillman have the house be happy again. I would use this as a read aloud(RA) in my classroom, but also have the students do an author study(AS) on Virginia Lee Burton after the reading. http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/caldecott-meda...
The UDL principle 8.3, foster collaboration and community, is met as the students dive deeper into Burton‘s books and illustrations together.
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morganhillman The EL principle 29, offer a variety of reference materials at the students‘ level for independent use, is met as they read one of Burton‘s books and then go and explore more of her illustrations in other books to complete an author study. #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
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My Teacher is a Monster!, a modern fantasy(F) picture book, is a great and funny book for a classroom library. It is all about a boy named Bobby who believes his teacher is a monster because she doesn‘t let him goof around in class. Throughout the book he realizes she is not actually a monster, just a teacher trying to help him do well in school. I would use this as a read aloud(RA) followed by the lesson plan.

morganhillman http://www.peterbrownstudio.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/TeacherMons.... The UDL principle 6.4, enhance capacity for monitoring progress, is met by any of the amazing lesson plans in the link! The EL principle 26, integrate speaking, listening, reading and writing activities, is also met through all of the lesson plans in the link. The children have a variety of activities, such as questioning, 5y
morganhillman hands on activities, and writing and drawing. #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
AmeliaS21 This looks so cute!! I‘ll definitely have to check this book out! 5y
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JordanL This was a book I was interested in reading. I'm going to have to check this out, thank you for your review! 5y
paulettevp Hello, Morgan. I love books like this because it‘s ultimately what truly happens. Students don‘t always understand the purpose of the rules until much later in life. How would you apply this book into a hands-on activity? (edited) 5y
morganhillman @paulettevp I would apply this book to a hands on activity by using one of the fun activities in the link provided above! There is a really fun one where the kids get to make paper airplanes that I think most kids would love! 5y
paulettevp @morganhillman Thank you. I agree with you. They would love that! They already want to make paper airplanes on the daily to play. 5y
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The Year of Billy Miller, a realistic fiction(RF) novel, is a Newbery Award Winner. The novel is great for children to read because it‘s all about a boy going into second grade and his journey throughout the year. It shows how Billy develops relationships with his teacher, classmates, sister, and parents. It can be very relatable for elementary level children and is a great book for the classroom library. I would use this book as an independent

morganhillman reading(IR) followed by the lesson. http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/printouts/sequence-events-chart-30.... The UDL principle 5.2, use multiple tools for construction and composition, is met as the students read the novel and then complete the graphic organizer explaining the sequence of events and the cause-effect relationships. 5y
morganhillman The EL principle 30, encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and see relationships, is also met as they read and fill out the relationship diagrams in the lesson plan. #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
Jeffersleighann This book seems like it would be great in a classroom library and I‘m sure it would be great to create discussions with since the students would be able to relate to the book. 5y
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The Noisy Paint Box, a nonfiction(NF) picture book, won the Caldecott Medal for its incredible illustrations. It is a fantastic book for children to read and learn about individuality, passion, and hard work. The book tells the story of a Russian artist, Vasya Kandinsky, and his journey through schooling and life. I would use this book as a shared reading(SR) followed by this fun lesson.

morganhillman http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/artistic-elements-exp...
The UDL principle 4, provide options for physical action, is met as the students read the book and then do a fun art activity after. The art allows them to move around and express themselves with whatever they choose to create! The EL principle 13, use preview and review activities, is met as they read and understand the book, while also
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kylamarie5 I‘ve never heard of this book! This would be a great book for children who love to paint/love art. I‘ll have to check this out! 5y
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Olivia | Ian Falconer
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Olivia, a modern fantasy picture book, is a Caldecott Honor Book about an energetic little piglet named Olivia. The book takes the reader through all of Olivia‘s adventures and routines in her life. It is an engaging and great book for children to read! I would use this in my classroom as a read aloud(RA) followed by the lesson.
http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/printouts/character-30199.html. The UDL principle 3.2, highlight patterns,

morganhillman critical features, big ideas, and relationships, is met as the students read the book and develop a deeper understanding for the main character, Olivia, and learn more about her! EL 4, link lesson topic to students‘ prior knowledge, is met as they dive into Olivia‘s character and relate her characteristics to themselves or people they may know.
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Jeffersleighann I‘m doing my author study on this author. The books character was inspired by his niece (: 5y
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The Wonderful Things You Will Be | Emily Winfield Martin
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The Wonderful Things You Will Be, a realistic fiction(RF) picture book, is an amazing book from a parents perspective to their child. It is one of my favorites because it shares all of the possibilities there are in the world and encourages children to do something great in their future. I would use this in my classroom as a read aloud(RA) followed by this lesson plan.

morganhillman http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/poem-possibilities-th.... The UDL principle 7.1, optimize individual choice and autonomy, is met as each student gets to write about what they want to personally do in the future. The EL principle 6, continually monitor students‘ comprehension, is met as they each use the read aloud to help encourage them to write what they want to do with their lives! #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
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Matilda / Matilda | Roald Dahl
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Matilda, a modern fantasy(F) novel, has won the Children's Book Award from The Federation of Children's Book Groups. It is a fantastic novel about an extremely smart young girl who must deal with many hardships in her life. Her family life is not good and people at school sometimes give her a hard time, but she slowly realizes her gifts and develops a sweet relationship with her teacher, Miss. Honey. This novel was turned into a movie many years

morganhillman ago. It was one of my favorite movies growing up, so I read the book and it was equally amazing! I would definitely use this book in my classroom as a LC followed by the movie and this lesson plan!
http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/roald-dahl-bor... the UDL principle 1.3, offer alternatives for visual information, is met as the students read the book and then get to watch the movie after!
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morganhillman The EL 2, promote cooperation(small groups), is met as the students group together in their literature circles to read and discuss the book.
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devin.s I love this book! It could definitely be used well in small groups. I will definitely be using this book in my classroom! 5y
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Harold and the Purple Crayon | Crockett Johnson
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Harold and the Purple Crayon is a F picture book about a little boy and his adventures. The book, along with the illustrations, show how one night Harold decides to go on an adventure with his purple crayon. Whatever he draws with his crayon suddenly comes to life and he can use, play, eat, etc. whatever he decided to draw. This book could be told in a storytelling(S) or even partner reading(PR) followed by the lesson plan.

morganhillman http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/doodle-splash... the UDL 4.2, optimize access to tools and assistive technologies, is met as the students use the doodle splash tool to create their own drawings of the story.The EL 6, continually monitor students‘ comprehension, is met as the students are creating their own drawings. The teacher will be able to see who is comprehending the story by looking at their doodles 5y
Laura.S @morganhillman this book looks so cute and sounds like it would entertain the young kids! I love when authors take ordinary things, such as crayons, and bring them to life in books. 5y
kylamarie5 I remember reading this book when I was younger😭 This is a great book for a classroom library! 5y
DrSpalding This would make an excellent storytelling. It would also be a book to read along with, The Day the Crayons Quit! 🖍 5y
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Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus is a RF novel about her first day of kindergarten. It is a funny and light hearted book about the struggles she has throughout the day.She is nervous for her first day because she doesn‘t know anyone and doesn‘t want to take the stupid smelly bus. She rides the bus to school, but does everything she can to avoid riding home on it. Throughout the day she makes some new friends and gets into a little trouble.

morganhillman Any of the Junie B. Jones books could be used as a read aloud followed by this great lesson! http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/junie-jones-introduce...
The UDL 1.1, offer ways of customizing the display of information, is met as the students listen to the story, take what they have learned, put it into their mystery boxes, and retell the story.
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morganhillman The EL 2, promote cooperation(small groups), is met as the students get together and discuss/retell what is in their own mystery boxes! #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
DrSpalding This is the first in a series of wonderful books about a precocious child. I read these aloud to first graders. When she would get in trouble we would discuss how to better handle the situations. Realistic fiction like this, is perfect for such discussions. High quality resource! Keep up the great work @morganhillman ❤️📚 5y
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Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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Wonder, a realistic fiction(RF) novel, is a heart wrenching New York Times bestseller. It follows the story of a 5th grade boy who has Treacher Collins syndrome. It is an incredible book that all children should read because the ultimate message is to choose kindness. All learners would benefit from reading this book because it not only is an amazing read, but it helps the reader to develop and feel the empathy, compassion, friendship, and

morganhillman acceptance displayed throughout the story. This book would be amazing as a read aloud(RA) followed by this cute lesson plan! http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/analyzing-narrative-s... . The UDL 9.1, promote expectations and beliefs that optimize motivation, is met as the students are expected to learn about each character in the novel and choose one for the activity. 5y
morganhillman The EL 9, teach note-taking strategies, is met as the students write their impressions on each of the characters during the read aloud! #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
DrSpalding I sense that you enjoyed this book! Excellent resource and perfect UDL/EL alignment. I too believe that this book should be read by all children. 5y
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Casey at the Bat (Green) | Ernest Lawrence Thayer
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Casey at the Bat, a poem(P) about a baseball team, has won the Randolph Caldecott Medal. The poem takes the reader through the details of a very close and nail biting baseball game. The main character, Casey, has all the pressure on him because he must try and hit a home run to win the game. This poem is very detailed and engaging so the students never get distracted and are always wanting to find out how it ends and which team wins.

morganhillman This poem would be best read as a read aloud to the children and followed by this lesson plan!
http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/ernest-tha...
The UDL principle 5, provide options for expression and communication, is met as the students make their baseball cards after the read aloud. They have the option to choose any character and express themselves and communicate when they are
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morganhillman crafting the cards. The EL 46, use discovery learning activities(hands-on-activities), is met as the students take what they have just learned and paid attention to from the poem and transfer that over onto their baseball cards, which is the hands-on-activity.
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DrSpalding What a wonderful follow-up activity to have students creating their own baseball cards after reading this classic piece of poetry. Excellent post. 5y
kylamarie5 I‘ve never heard of this book! I‘m interested in it for my classroom library. It would be great for students that like baseball! 5y
KaitlynN I really like your baseball card resource! This looks like a great example of poetry 5y
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Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See?, a modern fantasy(F) picture book, is another fantastic book filled with incredible illustrations for children! It focuses in on what the animals and the children are looking at. It helps children with fluency, rhythm, and comprehension throughout the repetitive, but engaging story. This book could be used for a very fun and interesting readers theatre(RT) along with the lesson plan!

morganhillman http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/improving-fluency...
The UDL 6.4, enhance capacity for monitoring progress, is met as the students perform their own group literary performance! When they are performing it allows them to express what they have learned and the progress they have made.
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morganhillman The EL 2, promote cooperation(small groups), is met as the students come together to create and perform a readers theatre activity together. The students will be engaged and have fun with this activity!
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Hervela.L I love, love this book! I read it to my two year olds at the daycare. This was such a great choice, you've picked. I love the website lesson plan for it also. And the UDL & El strategies is so on point. Super great post!!!! (edited) 5y
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V.DeQuattro I love this book! I used to read it all the time when I was younger. The lesson you attached goes great with this book! Super cool idea to allow the students to perform together. 5y
DrSpalding Once again, read write think is excellent. I see you have quoted readers theater as the strategy. This works well as does a storytelling which I believe we discussed. Obviously quality literature can be used in many ways. 5y
KaitlynN How fun would it be to have students dress up and perform as you read this! Readers theater would be so interactive. 5y
devin.s I love this book! I love the lesson you provided as well! I love readers theatre and in my experience students react to it pretty well! 5y
AmeliaS21 I have always loved this book! Such a great choice! (edited) 5y
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Actual Size | Steve Jenkins
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Actual Size, a nonfiction(NF) picture book, has won many awards including the NCTE Orbis Pictus Non-Fiction Honor Book, Int'l Reading Assoc Children's Choices 2005, and the Booklist Editor's Choice Children's Book. This book is full of many informational facts about all kinds of different animals! It‘s great for children to see and hear the sizes and be able to visualize this new information and maybe even compare it to things in their life or

morganhillman previous knowledge. This book would be great for a read aloud(RA) followed by the lesson activity! http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/bridging-literatu...
The UDL principle 2.3, support decoding of text, mathematical notation, and symbols, is met while the children are learning measurements and how they can apply it to mathematics in their class!
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morganhillman The EL 36, ask numerous questions which require higher level thinking responses, is met in the discussion part of the lesson. While reading this book aloud, the teacher could stop at points and ask some questions to make sure the students are understanding and engaged!
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DrSpalding Anytime you can use a picture book to enhance read aloud comprehension skills and a content area like mathematics, that‘s a win-win! Fantastic alignment. 5y
GraceNeg I have to read this book ! I know it‘s amazing but I haven‘t had the chance to fully read it. 5y
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Ugly Duckling | Hans Christian Andersen
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The Ugly Duckling, a traditional literature picture book, is retold by Jerry Pinkney and has won the Caldecott Honor artist and the Coretta Scott King Award multiple times. It is a fantastic story about a little “duck‘s” journey as he grows up. All of his brothers and sisters call him ugly and give him a hard time because he looks different than them. He goes through many hard times growing up, until one day he realizes he isn‘t actually a duck,

morganhillman but he is a beautiful swan instead. This book is great for children because they learn that the moral of the story is that being different is beautiful and that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This book would be best used as a shared reading (SR) followed by the lesson activity.
http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/okay-different-teachi...
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morganhillman The UDL principle 8.3, foster collaboration and community, is met because after the read aloud, the students have group discussions and talk about how important it is to accept everyone and create a loving community. The EL 3, encourage self-talk(positive thinking), is met while the students are constantly thinking about how great it is to be diverse and all of the positives that come from the differences we each have.
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Laura.S @morganhillman this book sounds so great for a classroom library! I think it‘s great that the message focuses on having diversity and being beautiful on the inside. I love that you linked a lesson on being different. I think that‘s an important lesson all children should know. 5y
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kylamarie5 I don‘t think i‘ve ever read this book! This sounds like a great book to have in a classroom and it sends out a great message for students🙂 5y
AmeliaS21 I haven‘t read this book in a long time! Great choice. The message in this book is amazing and really gets kids thinking about their actions! 5y
juliette_kathleen I love this book! It is such a widely referred to story and is a great addition in the classroom! I think this book will send a great message to all students! 5y
DrSpalding This is a classic story that all students should hear. Traditional literature provides lessons that children these days need to be a part of. The moral to the story is excellent. 5y
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A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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A Wrinkle in Time, a science fiction(SF) novel, is beautifully written and has won the John Newbery Medal. This book gets the reader hooked as the main characters go on a journey through time and space to save their father‘s life. They encounter many life-threatening problems along their adventure, but in the end, they realize the true power of love and strength. Their risky and eventful journey allows them to grow and learn more about themselves

morganhillman and one another. This book would be best used as a literature circle(LC) activity.
http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/literature-circles-ge.... The UDL principle 6.2, support planning and strategy development, is met with this teaching strategy. As the children plan out job positions, plan what chapters to read, and discuss the book in the LC, they are constantly strategizing and developing new skills.
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morganhillman The EL 32, use student pairs for team learning, especially for reports, experiments, and projects, is met because students are constantly meeting up in their groups for the LC and getting to learn together. They all read the same book and then come back together to learn more from their peers perspectives.
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Laura.S @morganhillman I recently just finished this book and loved it! I thought the end was so cute and such a great lesson. Love is a powerful emotion. After reading this as part of a literature circle, I would say that it went really well and would use this strategy again. 5y
DrSpalding On this Valentine‘s Day, the theme of this book resonates. Another excellent post Morgan! Several of your peers have mentioned the complexity of this book. I believe that it would be excellent for above level readers in fourth and fifth grade as a literature circle, which you noted. This book will bring about many conversations that will aid comprehension. 5y
KaitlynN I also recently finished this book! It was so wonderful and had such a powerful ending. I like how you talked about having students come back together to have more in-depth conversation about their thoughts 5y
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Moon Book | Gail Gibbons
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The Moon Book, a nonfiction(NF) picture book, is a great read for children who want to learn about space and the different moons. The book provides so much information about the moon, including its phases, history, affect on Earth, and so much more. The detailed pictures also add to the engaged reading experience and informational text. This book would be best used as a read aloud(RA) followed by the lesson activity.

morganhillman http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/blast-vocabulary-inst... The UDL principle 3.1, activate or supply background knowledge, is used because the children begin the activity by writing down their previous knowledge about space and the moons. The EL 17, provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions, is also met with this activity. 5y
morganhillman After reading the book aloud, the class will then take a virtual adventure to the moon and learn even more information and new vocabulary through a visual model and demonstration. #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
Ryanne.H When I was researching books to read I saw this one! It looks super cute, and would be great for a child interested in space. Loved this post 😊 5y
DrSpalding Morgan, your post is thorough and includes excellent information as how to best implement the use of this book into a classroom. Your resource is of the highest quality and you have aligned the EL/UDL strategies well. 5y
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The Rainbow Fish | Marcus Pfister
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The Rainbow Fish, a modern fantasy(F) picture book, has won the Christopher Award, the Book Sense Book of the Year Award, and the Bologna Book Fair Critici. This beautifully illustrated picture book is about a selfish fish who learns the importance of sharing and creating valuable friendships. Rainbow Fish must go through an eye-opening journey before realizing that looks aren‘t everything. He realizes the value of community, friendship, and

morganhillman sharing. This book would be best used as a storytelling(S) activity with the RWT lesson following story time.
http://readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/activities-projects/frien...
The UDL principle 7.2, optimize relevance, value, and authenticity, is met because after story time each child will have time to reflect on their own friendships and experiences. They will realize the
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morganhillman relevance and value of friendship and know that it is an authentic part of their lives. The EL 30, encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and seeing relationships, is met while the children use their reflections and transfer them into diagrams. The lesson allows them to create a Venn Diagram so that they can clearly see the similarities and differences of their friendships. #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
Ryanne.H I LOVED this book as a child! I remember begging my mom to read this to me every night. Fantastic post! 5y
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DrSpalding Again, impressive post. You have truly utilized the read write think resource well. You are classifying the books appropriately and are reading a variety of genres. You are easily aligning the appropriate strategies. Excellent work! 5y
kylamarie5 This is an awesome book for kids. It teaches them to share what they have instead of being selfish. I remember reading this all the time when I was a kid😌 5y
juliette_kathleen This was my FAVORITE book as a kid. I was always lured in by shiny things and the sheen of this book was enticing enough on its own. The lesson of this book is also a really important take away. It teaches selflessness and kindness! 5y
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The Relatives Came | Cynthia Rylant
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The Relatives Came, a historical fiction(HF) book, is a warm and happy story that has won the Caldecott Honor Book award. It is about extended family coming to visit for the summer all the way from Virginia. The picture book takes the reader through the process of the giant, loving family finally reuniting after a long time apart and spending the entire summer together. It shows the joy and love that family can bring to a persons life!⬇️comments!

morganhillman This book would be best used as a read aloud(RA) followed by the lesson activity.
http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/family-ties-making-co.... The UDL principle 3.2 regarding highlighting patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships is met because after reading the story, the students get to make connections in their own life to the relationships they have with family or previous knowledge
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morganhillman about the topic. The EL 10, teach think, pair, and share strategies in cooperative groups, is met when the students share and discuss connections in a Think-Pair-Share activity after the book is read aloud in the lesson plan. #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
DrSpalding This is EXCELLENT! Your resources and strategies are SPOT ON! Impressive! 5y
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Martin‘s Big Words, a biography(B) about Martin Luther King Jr., is an empowering book that has won the Caldecott Honor Book, the Coretta Scott King Honor Book, the New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and several more. It provides factual information on the Civil Rights leader, MLK Jr. and states many of his most famous quotes. This book is inspiring and shows his impact and view on how he wanted to bring the word together in love! ⬇️comments

morganhillman This book would be best used in guided reading(GR) along with the activity. The teacher can allow the students to read a portion of the speech and guide them through the book and developing their own dreams for the lesson.
http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/martin-words-thinking.... The UDL principle 9.3 regarding developing self-assessment and reflection would be met as the reader starts to take MLK Jr.‘s words
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morganhillman and think about their own personal dreams and hopes for the world. The EL 28, providing biographies of significant men and women from different countries, would also be met because it can show all students, especially ELLs, about a very influential leader and his impact throughout the entire world.
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DrSpalding This is IMPRESSIVE! Your EL & UDL alignment is spot on! Using RWT as a resource is a wise choice! You listened, you used the rubric and have your first successful post! Yes! 💜📚 5y
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morganhillman @DrSpalding awesome thank you so much!! 5y
Hervela.L I really like your post, and the activity seem amazing to help children to be engaged. This book seem to motivate children to develop their goals or dream. (edited) 5y
Ryanne.H You can tell this book is amazing by all the awesome awards it has won. Great book 😊 5y
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