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Allierd22
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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“It had made me glow with pride to know that I had played one small part. But even then I also knew that we‘d won just one battle and there were many more to come.”

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Allierd22
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton

I will be using books like this in my classroom to show my students how children their own age feel about the things in the world that are unfair and need to be changed. It is a lesson on self reflection

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Allierd22
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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This book was a new perspective of the Civil Rights Movement that was told from the perspective of a child who was a member of the family that pushed for the Civil Rights Act of 1965. It was a powerful story about the impact that only a few people can have on the entire world

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YesseniaN
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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This HF short novel is a great IR for young students. The novel is from a young girl's perspective during a time were white Americans and black Americans were at a divide. She had an activist father and a community of leaders all around her, including Uncle Martin (MLK). Not only could this be a great IR, but It could also be an RA during a history lesson. #ucflae3414f19

YesseniaN ESOL: Being able to provide literature to different subjects provides multiple forms of representations.
UDL: Provide options for Comprehension (3) Activate or supply background knowledge (3.1)
Link provides a lesson and writing component if used in a higher level class. http://www.usd116.org/ProfDev/AHTC/lessons/Burrus10/Burrus10.htm
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Alexush I love history and reading this looks like a book I‘d really enjoy and so would a class 😊 1mo
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Kateri
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Engaging writing on an interesting and challenging topic. Well worth picking up. #blackhistorymonth

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arlenefinnigan
My Name Is Why | Lemn Sissay
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gabbymartin
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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This is an RNF PB, “Child of the Civil Rights Movement”, written and illustrated by Paula Young Shelton and Raul Colon. This book is amazing because it‘s written from the perspective of MLK‘s niece, when she was living as a young child during the birth of the civil rights movement. Teaching Strategies: RC, LA. UDL: 3.1 Make sure students have an understanding of the civil rights movement era before reading the text.

gabbymartin EL: 48. Group writing or journaling to further comprehend the civil rights movement. Website: https://socialjusticebooks.org/child-of-the-civil-rights-movement/ this is a resource to purchase the book as well as a lesson plan! 5mo
DrSpalding RNF is not one of our abbreviations? Excellent resource for an excellent book. 5mo
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Myiab
Martin Luther King, Jr. | Marion Dane Bauer
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This is a great HF book to use in the classroom when teaching students about the Civil Rights Movement and segregation. This book narrates his accomplishments and why we celebrate his birthday as a national holiday. #ucflae3414su19 . UDL 3.3 (guide information processing, visualization, and manipulation) EL 3.3 (guide information processing, visualization, and manipulation) .

DrSpalding This is a high-quality resource! You will teach about historical figures in your social studies instruction and these resources and books can help you lay a foundation for your students. Use them! 4mo
DrSpalding There is nothing fictitious about this story. What genre is it? 4mo
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DMoux
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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This HF highlights the effects of the Jim Crow laws throughout the Civil Rights Movement through the eyes of a 4-year-old girl, along with the strengthened African American community persistently fighting for their rights. This book would be great for SR to have group discussion about the similarities of this time in history to current events as well as teaching how the power of community can truly make changes in our society!

DMoux https://www.civilrightsteaching.org/comfort-food/ A lesson plan that allows for personal connections to be made with civil right activists through family and food.
UDL 7.2 will optimize the relevance, value and authenticity of what the community of social activists truly entailed. ESOL strategy 32 can allow student pairs to optimize comprehension in SR and the activity. #ucflae3414su19
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DrSpalding This is historical fiction as long as the main character is not a real person. I like the idea of shared reading and allowing partners to turn and talk to one another to enhance comprehension. 4mo
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Alexisjordan5
New Shoes | Susan Lynn Meyer
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HF•Jane Addams Peace Association Children‘s Book Award•SR
Ella Mae is used to wearing hand me down shoes but when her latest pair is to tight, she‘s excited to get new shoes.
Activities: http://holidayhouse.com/docs/NewShoes_Ed%20Guide.pdf
EL: extra illustrations to go with the story
UDL:2.1
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