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Winter Games | Tim Grundmann, Jim Jinkins
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12/6 Game #2

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#wintergames #thefilthyanimals @Clwojick @StayCurious

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#ucflae3414f19 The Day the Crayons Quit is an adorable F children's book written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers. This is a #1 NYT Best Seller and is just the cutest book that will have the children laughing! This book would be great as a RA or even a storytelling.

Erinehart A UDL strategy that would be great for this is 5.2 “Use multiple tools for construction and composition“. 4w
Erinehart An ESOL strategy that would be beneficial for this text is #17 “Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions.“.

https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/day-crayons-quit
This resource provides different games and activities relating to the PB.
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katiehamlin This is such a fun book and I love the resource you provided! I used that website for a couple as well and I think it‘s very helpful! 4w
maciforster I did a post on this book as well!! I absolutely love it and you chose a great resource! 4w
DrSpalding High-quality resources included and nice alignment with your universal design and English learner strategies. Make sure you share your knowledge of the book in your summary. 5d
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maciforster
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This TL book is by Simms Taback. It is about an old lady who swallowed a fly and then continued to swallow other animals to catch the animal she has swallowed previously, such as how she swallowed the spider to catch the fly. It won the Caldecott. #ucflae3414f19

maciforster This book would be great for S because it‘s easy enough to remember and keep the students engaged. It goes with UDL principle 9.3 when thinking of why she did it and relate it to a student‘s own experience. It‘s also EL strategy #17 to help guide the students along the way 4w
maciforster This website is great for activities that you can do related to this book: https://www.funwithmama.com/old-lady-swallowed-a-fly-printables/ 4w
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JRone
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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The New York Times Best Seller, The Hunger Games is a SF written by Suzanne Collins. It is a great book for an IR. The Hunger Games are a yearly event where they gather 24 children between the ages of 12-18 to fight to the death. Katniss Everdeen volunteers for her younger sister Prim and now has to kill people in order to stay alive. Can she win these games or will she suffer and die like her fellow tributes? #UCFLAE3414F19

JRone UDL strategy 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols would be perfect to help with some of the vocab words in the book children might not recognize. ESOL strategy #17 Provide contextual support through audio, visuals, models,
demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions would help an ESOL student have multiple ways to understand some of the text they might not get. The movie could also help here!
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JRone https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/jeremy-rinkel/hunger-games-novel-... has pre-reading, during reading, and post-reading activities for students! 4w
Alexush This is a great read group book. My mom, myself and my grandmother read this together and i loved it. 4w
DrSpalding Excellent detail in your concise yet thorough post about this engaging book which is a series. This certainly is not for elementary age students but could be used in middle and 5d
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This TL picture book by Simms Tabak retells about an old lady who swallows a fly, amongst other things. This would be good for S, the lesson plan is great for creating a storytelling for this book for the students to perform. Works well with ELs too because a lot of parts would be repetitive and use of sequence. #ucflae3414f19
https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/art-storytelli...

sbombasi The UDL principle 1.1 offer ways of customizing the display of information along with EL #17 provide contextual support through, audio, visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions aligns with this. 4w
DrSpalding Scholastic is a high-quality resource and you have a lined the appropriate universal design and English learner strategies that go along with your teaching strategy/resource. 5d
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Erinehart
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#ucflae3414f19 If You Give A Mouse A Cookie written by Laura Joffe Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond was always such a fun book for me growing up. This children's F PB was a NYT best sellers and was first published in 1985.

Erinehart A UDL strategy that I would use during this RA is 5.2 “Use multiple tools for construction and composition.“ Providing the students with different visuals and tools to get the engaged.
A ESOL strategy for this text would be #17 “Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions“
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Erinehart http://www.atozteacherstuff.com/Themes/If_You_Give_a_____Books/index.shtml
This is a great resource for teachers as it provides them with different lesson plans relating to this PB.
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YvetteE Students in early grades love the mouse books! A great book to introduce phonics for letters, “C“ and“M.“ 4w
DrSpalding These circle stories are truly engaging and while 5.2 could work… That would possibly work better if you cited storytelling. 5d
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AkashPhoenix
The Palace of Illusions: A Novel | Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
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Book #17 of Indian Authors October Fest

Mahabharata Redesigned. Really loved it. The author portrays this epic from a womans standpoint amazingly. She not only shows you the story from Paanchalis eyes but even gives you a feminine reasoning on acts of all female characters in the story. Loved the satire and humor in the book. I recommend this book to all Indian men :)

#indianauthors #indianliterature

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Erinehart
Hansel and Gretel | Rh Value Publishing, John Patience
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This TL children‘s book is a great book for a class RL. Growing up this was one of my favorite traditional literature books, I would always have my grandmother read it to me. This book contains pop-ups through providing a true visual of the text. I would use this text as a storytelling or it could be use through a RA. for grade levels k-2. #ucflae3414f19

Erinehart A UDL strategy that I would use for this text is 7.3 “minimize threats and distractions.” Since there are already pop-up throughout the text it is important that the students are paying attention. (edited) 2mo
Erinehart An ESOL strategy that I found would work best with this text and RA would be #17 “Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions“. Since there is only 4 pages to the story that means that there is a decent amount of text. By providing visuals, models, and demonstrations, the students will be able to get a better understanding. 4w
Erinehart http://www.myfreshplans.com/2010/10/hansel-and-gretel-lesson-plans/
This resource provides many different lesson plans relating to Hansel and Gretel.
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DrSpalding This is classic traditional literature that should be shared with students. 5d
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Erinehart
This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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In this Caldecott medal award winning PB “This Is Not My Hat” a little fish steals a big fish‘s hat while the big fish is asleep. This little fish believes he will get away and puts his trust into the crab not to tell anyone but crab has a different plan. The crab points the big fish to where the little fish is hiding and the big fish finds the little fish with the stolen hat.

Erinehart I would use the RA strategy because I feel as though the students would be able to understand the content more if read by someone else. I would be able to stop and ask questions and get the students engaged. And ESOL strategy that I could use is #17: provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions. This is a perfect strategy to use during an active read aloud. (edited) 2mo
AleciaM This sounds like a really good book for younger kids. I really like the ESOL stategy you use to post pictures for them to refer to. 2mo
Erinehart https://www.teachingideas.co.uk/library/books/this-is-not-my-hat
This is a great resource for teachers because it gives different lesson plans for different subjects pertaining to this book.
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DrSpalding His books are hilarious and children should hear them. Yes to the read aloud but also… They are worthy of an author study being that he is the creator of Kung Fu Panda. 5d
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#BOTMBUDDYREAD #17

Evelyn saying she had regrets about not chasing after Celia.
She regrets every second she didn‘t spend with her. Is that the definition of true love? In Hindsight she says all her worth is shallow and she at the time thought she could have it all. Can you ever have it all? Isn‘t their always a sacrifice?

Mitch Life is all about choices - im not really sure what it means when you hear “ she has it all“... the “ all“ is pretty undefinable - I think we make choices and life is about knowing there are paths we took and paths we chosen not to explore.... 3mo
TheBookHippie @Mitch it‘s a phrase I personally LOATHE...who in the world has it all. Whatever all is. 🤣 3mo
mrp27 @TheBookHippie Same, what does it even mean having it all? What is all? It's different for everyone. 3mo
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mrp27 I wonder though if Evelyn and Celia could have gone the distance especially in Hollywood. 3mo
TheBookHippie @mrp27 I think yes however I‘m a romantic ❤️🤣 3mo
Karisa I was disappointed that Evelyn didn't fight harder for that relationship. 3mo
Scochrane26 Evelyn should have fought harder & maybe tried to understand Celia‘s perspective better before the incident with mick. But, she can‘t do anything if Celia doesn‘t agree to work through it. 3mo
Soubhiville I was sad to see Celia and Evelyn split up. But at the time and given how driven by career Evelyn was, I‘m not surprised. Like @Mitch said, we all make choices when we come to crossroads. This time she chose her career over love. I‘m glad that‘s a regret she has. 3mo
Librarybelle Evelyn regrets the relationship ending as much as I think she can regret anything. Hindsight can be bitter sweet. She chose her career over love, not even thinking about how her decisions would impact Celia. In a way, I think she just kind of assumed Celia would go along with everything. But, still in an era where their love was illegal, I think Evelyn had misgivings. Evelyn is in it for Evelyn. 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @mrp27 at that particular time period I say no... it‘s sad... 3mo
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