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Author/illustrator Ludwig Bemelmans' original Caldecott winner "Madeline" (P) tells of a spunky red-headed orphan who lives with Ms. Clavel and 11 other girls in Paris. Madeline develops appendicitis and has emergency surgery, but her friends and the locals band together to make her feel better. Written as a poem, this is a great option for CR, as well as UDL Representation 2.2 for introducing poetic structure (rhyme).
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dayuso1 Using this book as an emphasis for poetry instruction, you can visit the link below for many ideas to teach rhyme. This includes TPL options and games to introduce rhyme to your students. For ESOL students, strategy 34 is important when doing CR - emphasize accuracy over speed. https://m.busyteacher.org/11076-phonology-in-the-classroom-time-to-teach-rhyme.h... 11mo
wmaxflowers I like how your lesson plan incorporates movement into rhyming. I think that will really help to teach the concept of rhyming. 9mo
DrSpalding Choral reading is a wonderful poetry strategy. 9mo
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