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ebrown
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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This book is absolutely precious. It teaches tolerance for people who are different than you. It is a F book with a perfect lesson plan to go along https://witsprogram.ca/pdfs/schools/books/whoever-you-are/whoever-you-are.pdf I would use this book for a RA. UDL strategy 3.1 ESOL strategy 37. #ucflae3414f19

DrSpalding This is a wonderful read aloud. More information is needed. 3d
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Alexush
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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“Hidden Figures The Story Of Four Black women and The Space Race” by Margot Lee Shetterly and Laura Freeman (ages 6-9) Is a great book and now a movie about four African American women who conquer the world of science math and engineering while overcoming sexism, racism, and segregation. This book shows how 3 women paved the way for so many women. This also gives small biographies on these women in the back of the book.

Alexush This Book Is a biography that you can read aloud or do a readers theater with. This is also cool because you can watch the movie after the class RT. This https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Hidden-Figures-Movie-Guide-Questions... is a 4th grade lesson plan that you may use. The UDL id use for this book is 8.3 fostering collaboration and community. 1mo
Alexush This book won the Coretta Scott King Award. The ESOL strategy I would use is 29 because there are a lot of references (CMC) #Ucflae3414f19 (edited) 1mo
kgarzon A RT for a biography like this one would be really cool for students to act out, especially for those who may be interested in STEM subjects! 1mo
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sbombasi This sounds awesome to read to the class! I‘ve heard about the movie as well would he nice to incorporate both in class! 1mo
YvetteE I just saw this advertised last night! I did not know this was a book and I look forward to reading it soon! 1mo
DrSpalding Oops... wrong book noted at the top however the book you wrote about is excellent. We saw in class that readers theater works nicely with biography anthologys! 1d
DrSpalding Missing resource? 1d
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crhealey
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replaced some of the books I culled with new ones from the library book sale! #bookhaul #Iwasgoodipromise

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peytonfleming
Pink Is for Boys | Robb Pearlman

Review: Pink Is for Boys by Robb Pearlman, 2018, is a beautiful picturebook all about colors. Specifically it's about how colors don't have a gender, and that they are for everyone, even pink!
Blurb: This book is a simple story made for a younger crowd, but that tells a powerful message nonetheless. Teaching children that certain colors aren't for certain people is important.
Quote: “And all the colors are for EVERYONE. Girls and boys.“

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