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Parts | Tedd Arnold
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The picture that Tedd Arnold drew for the school I went to and I work out!! So cool and exciting!

DrSpalding What? How cool! Keep Litsy posting! 8mo
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To kill a mockingbird is a classic, realistic fiction novel by Harper Lee that won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. This book is read nation wide by kids in middle school and in high school and it was one of my favorites to read. This Book is about tensions that rise I was one of the main characters, Atticus finch, prepares to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman.

Haleysantucci This book follows the main character scout, Atticus‘s daughter, throughout her days and what she does in hopes of helping those around her during the 1930s. It shows, in specific detail, that all of the characters come from walks of economic hardship during this time as it follows the great depression. This book is a great book to use in literature circles. 8mo
Haleysantucci UDL principles I would use would be, 3.2 and 8.3 to compliment the teaching strategy because there is many patterns, big ideas, and relationships throughout this story that the students need to identify while collaborating with in their community of peers. 8mo
Haleysantucci The ESOL strategy number I would use would be number 9, because when working in a literature circle it is important to have all of your information in one location and understanding how to take notes is a vital part of having all of your information in one place. 8mo
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Haleysantucci http://www.nea.org/tools/lessons/63322.htm This site is an amazing resource full of unit plans and lesson plans for teachers all relating to “To Kill a Mockingbird” #LAE3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 I really think this book is perfect when talking about racism in history. This book really illustrates the struggles we faced as a nation back in the 1930‘s. 8mo
DrSpalding The National Education Association is an excellent resource. While this book is not appropriate for elementary students it is an excellent read for high school which is where I am assuming you read this the first time. 8mo
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Brown Girl Dreaming | Jacqueline Woodson
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Brown girl dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson is a biography written in the form of poetry that won the Sibert award. This story follows the life of the author, Woodson, as she grew up in South Carolina and then moved to New York. She explains how she never felt at home and what it feels like to grow up as an African-American in the 60s and 70s. The poems are very heart wrenching and powerful and are displayed in vivid poems.

Haleysantucci It‘s a beautiful story because it shows how the author found her love for writing. I think that students should do an author study coupled with this book because I think it would give them more insight into the book since it was about the authors life. 8mo
Haleysantucci The UDL principles used would be 3.1 because the students would be supplying background knowledge and 4.2 because we would optimize their tools, through technology, of finding out more information on the author. 8mo
Haleysantucci ESOL strategies used would be numbers 5 and 6 by supplying the students with vocabulary words that will be used throughout the story that are linked to the main idea and then monitoring them while they read to make sure that they are comprehending. 8mo
Haleysantucci http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/exploring-perspec... This is a great lesson plan that teaches about the civil rights era coupled with the book #LAE3414sp19 8mo
DrSpalding You are showing thorough knowledge of the book and aligning your English learner and universal design principles well. Your resource is of the highest quality! What a great book to integrate English language arts and social studies. 8mo
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The surrender tree by Margarita Engle is a great poetry book that won the Pura Belpre award. It is a collection of poems written by margarita that give a depiction of the struggles in Cuba. This book follows a woman Rosa through her hardship of slavery and her fight for freedom and independence. It begins when she is a child and goes into her adult life.

Haleysantucci I think that this would be a great book to do literature circles with, although I think it would be best it for older elementary students since poetry can be difficult to read and follow. I would utilize UDL principle 2.2 and 2.3 since the structure of poems is different than what young students are used to reading and they would have to work on decoding the text. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would use ESOL strategy number 27 and 30 which would help the student be able to read the text better and understand the relationships and main details of the story. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://study.com/academy/lesson/the-surrender-tree-lesson-plan.html This is a great resource for teachers. It is a lesson plan that helps students learn about symbols and themes within this book. #LAE3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 This cover is stunning! That alone would have me grabbing this book. 8mo
DrSpalding I added this to my stack! Looks wonderful! 8mo
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Amelia Earhart: the legend of the lost aviator is a great biography by Shelley Tanaka with illustrations by David Craig which has won Orbis Pictus award. I chose this book, initially, because of it‘s beautiful illustration on the front cover. It is a great book that talks about Amelia‘s early life and how she became fascinated with air travel.

Haleysantucci I think this is a great book for students to partner read so that they can collaborate on their opinions of Amelia Earhart. I would use UDL principles 7.1 by allowing the students to choose their own partners and 8.3 because they‘d be collaborating with in their one-on-one partnership. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would utilize ESOL strategy number 17 and2 because the book would have visual representation of what the story was saying and they‘d be working in a small group. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Book-activities-for-Amelia-Earhart-t... Although this is a resource you‘d have to pay for, it is a great one for older elementary kids focusing on history, reading and vocabulary! 8mo
DrSpalding Picture book biographies have a wonderful place in our elementary classrooms. Remember that English learner strategy 28 directly aligns to biographies. 8mo
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Last stop on market Street is a beautiful realistic fiction story written by Matt de la Peña and illustrations are done by Christian Robinson and it won the Charlotte Zolotow award honor. It‘s about a little boy name CJ and his Nana. Every Sunday after church they take the bus to its last stop, CJ begins to wonder why they always have to take this trip when his friends don‘t have to.

Haleysantucci He wonders why he hast to wait in the rain and why his friends parents have cars when his Nana doesn‘t. It‘s a great book for children to listen to, that‘s why I would do a read aloud for this book. I would use UDL principles 1.2 and 4.1 since I would be doing a read aloud and trying to make it interactive. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would utilize ESOL strategies 15 and 14 by reinforcing the key ideas in the book over and over again at a slow pace to make sure all my students understand. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://www.teachingchildrenphilosophy.org/BookModule/LastStop This is a great source for teachers to give to students to read and possibly annotate. It teaches students about the main themes in this book. #LAE3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 I did this book as well. I think this story would be perfect for an annotation! I didn‘t even think of that! 8mo
DrSpalding Samantha did a lovely job supporting you in your posts. Interesting that you to read similar titles! I hope that you add these books to your classroom libraries. 8mo
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Underground Railroad | Colson Whitehead
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The underground railroad by Colson Whitehead is a great realistic fiction book that won the national book award. This book is about a slave named Cora who is on a plantation in Georgia. She learns about the underground railroad and decides to run away and follow it. This book is a thrilling book with real insight on what happened in slave times. I would have my students read this book in literature circles.

Haleysantucci I would utilize UDL principle 8.3 by having the students collaborate within their literature circle communities. I would utilize the ESIL strategy number 29 by giving them more materials such as a bilingual dictionary. 8mo
Haleysantucci http://www.bookrags.com/lessonplan/the-underground-railroad-novel/lessons.htmlhi... This is a great lesson for teachers on how to properly teach this book to their students. #LAE3414sp19 8mo
DrSpalding Knowing that the underground railroad and all events surrounding this time period, occurred well in the past… This would not be considered realistic fiction. If it is true and factual information it would not be considered fiction at all… What genre do you think it is now? 8mo
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Night | Elie Wiesel
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Night by Eli‘s Wiessel is a great nonfiction book about life in a concentration camp during World War II. In eighth grade I read this book and fell in love with it‘s heart wrenching story. The author depicts his own life in the concentration camp with his father, using some of his own stories and some of others, written in a beautiful story. It will definitely pull at your heartstrings.

Haleysantucci I would love to have my students do an author study for this book since the author lived through the concentration camps in World War II. UDL principles I would use would be 9.2 because of the graphic details that are given in the story and also 2.5 because I would want them to utilize the Internet when researching the author. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would use ESOL strategy number 28 by giving biographies on Hitler, Stalin and other significant figures during this time in history. 8mo
Haleysantucci http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/using-student-cen.... This is a great lesson plan for teachers to use by having kids get in small groups and work on summarizing, questions, predicting and clarifying. #LAE3414sp19 8mo
caldwellalex95 @Haleysantucci I read this story when I was in middle school, and it was an amazing experience. Stories like these are so fascinating, and I become enthralled with survivors' experiences of the Holocaust. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. Also, I love the lesson plan you chose; students working in groups is a great tool for discussion! Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this incredibly novel! 8mo
DrSpalding Another excellent book that is not appropriate for elementary age students. With your reading endorsement you could teach middle or high school which is where this book should be shared with students. 8mo
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Dragons and marshmallows by Asia Citro is an adorable modern fantasy book that is on the sunshine state young readers list. This story is written about a girl who discovers magical animals come out to meet her in her backyard when they are injured. One day a dragon named marshmallow comes and is in need of her care. This story is a great choice for an independent read because it is a pleasurable book for children.

Haleysantucci The UDL principle used would be 6.1 because I would want them to have an appropriate goal in mind for finishing this book, one, of course, that is at their own pace. I would utilize the ESOL strategy number 9, first teaching students how to take notes and then allowing them to use their knowledge from my modeling when reading the book. 8mo
Haleysantucci This is a FREE lesson plan on teacher pay teacher that helps your students become more engaged with the characters in the story! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Zoey-and-Sassafras-Dragons-and-Marsh... #LAE3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 This book looks like something students would really enjoy reading. The lesson plan you picked I think is a good one. I think any lesson plan that has students getting more involved and understanding the characters is a good thing. 8mo
DrSpalding I am happy that you selected a book from the sunshine state young reader award list. 8mo
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Diary of a wimpy kid, written and illustrated by Jeff Kinney is a New York Times bestseller and is a hilarious realistic fiction. I loved reading these books in middle school and was thrilled when they came out with the movie series based off the book. This book follows the life of a scrawny boy who is starting middle school and his hilarious friends.

Haleysantucci Each book is filled with stories that are geared to make you laugh! I would love for my students to do a dramatic read for this book as sort of a comical experience. I would utilize the UDL principle 1.3 by allowing them to act it out and give another visual representation of the story. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would use the ESOL strategy number 2 by having them work in small groups to read aloud dramatically to one another. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://www.wimpykidclub.co.uk/teachers-resources/ This is a site all for the diary of a wimpy kid series. It has lesson plans and teachers resources! #LAR3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 I loved Diary of a Wimpy Kid as a kid. I think having students working in a small group would be a good idea for this book. It allows students to get feedback from one another. 8mo
DrSpalding This is another series much like Harry Potter that encouraged children to read and read so many books because of the alluring character and format including images somewhat like a graphic novel. 8mo
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The Giver | Lois Lowry
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The giver by Louis Lowery is by far one of my favorite science fiction books, it has won a Newbery award. When I was in fifth grade we read this book in literature circles and it was an amazing experience, I would do the same strategy in my classroom. The book is set in a society that tries to make everyone the same, same clothes same beliefs and same attitudes.

Haleysantucci This society has eliminated things such as color, emotions, and job preferences in order to keep peace among everyone. Jonah, the main character, is given the job to be the memory bearer and is in for many surprises. This book has many twists and turns. I highly recommend reading it and/or implementing a reading lesson on it in your classroom. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would utilize USL principle 9.1 by listing the expectations for each literature circle so that each student knew what they were doing and were motivated to get it done. I would also utilize the ESOL strategy 16 because the ESOL students would be working in groups and practicing listening, speaking, reading, and writing. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/giver-lesson-p.... This is a great scholastic lesson plan that has students analyze conflict, resolution, climax and other story components. #LAE3414sp19 8mo
sydneydaniels This looks like a great book. Definitely one I would like to check out! 8mo
DrSpalding I see some minor errors… Universal design for learning principal… 8mo
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A Poem for a Pickle: Funnybone Verses | Eve Merriam, Sheila Hamanaka
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Poem for a Pickle written by Eve Merriam and illustrations by Sheila Hamanaka is a great source for poetry. This book is comprised of 239 different styles of poems. This is a great source for teaching children about writing poetry. I would have my students do shared reading so that I could guide them and model for them first how to read poetry and then they could read and share their favorite poems with one another.

Haleysantucci I would utilize UDL principle 6.2 and 6.1 by instructing the students to plan out written poem and make sure that they have an appropriate goal in mind for when they are developing their very own poems, using the books poems as examples. 8mo
Haleysantucci I would utilize the ESOL strategy 8 by modeling how to write a poem and explaining how to find it in the book and then showing them how to use the book as a helpful reference in writing their poem. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://i.pinimg.com/originals/c8/eb/32/c8eb32049aef520cad8e1de00bb2fa34.jpg This is a cute picture from Pinterest that could be paired with a lesson on writing concrete poems! #LAE3414sp19 8mo
DrSpalding Good for you! Concrete poems are a lot of fun for students. You can cut out different shapes on the diecut machine in the curriculum materials center and have children create them based on the cut outs. Hands on poetry! 8mo
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Martins Big Words is a biography written by Doreen Rappaport and illustrated by Brian Collier which has won the Jane Addams children‘s book award. It is a great book with absolutely amazing pictures. It is a great source for history classes when Martin Luther King day comes. It gives a clear description of Martin Luther King‘s life.

Haleysantucci I would have students partner read this book so that they could discuss their feelings and thoughts on who he was and what he did. The UDL principle I would use, would be 8.3 and 7.1 because they would get to choose their partners and build upon each other‘s knowledge. 8mo
Haleysantucci The ESOL strategy I would use would be number 6 because I would be walking around the classroom making sure that my ESOL students were understanding what was being read back-and-forth between them and their partner. 8mo
Haleysantucci http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/martin-words-thin... This is a great resource that helps teachers get students to think deeply about the usage of words and what their deep meanings are in this book. #LAE3414sp19 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 Yes just yes! This book would be amazing to use around Martin Luther King Jr day! Plus the picture in that book are amazing! 8mo
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Hi! Fly Guy | Tedd Arnold
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Hi! Fly Guy is a fun science fiction book written and illustrated by Tedd Arnold and it won the Theodore Seuss Geisel Award! It‘s a very funny book about a boy and his pet fly, who, by the way, calls him by his name. Everyone in the book tells the boy that he can‘t have a Fly as a pet, but the fly shows them why they are wrong. This would be a great book to have the class choral read.

Haleysantucci I would utilize UDL principle 3.2 because of the patterns that repeat throughout and the relationship between the boy and the fly and how it changes throughout. I would utilize the ESOL strategy Number 19 as we would repeat the same predictable routine throughout the choral reading. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://www.scholastic.com/content/dam/teachers/lesson-plans/migrated-featured-f... This is a great teacher resource from scholastic that has a chart of vocabulary words to use for this book with page numbers included! #LAE3414sp19 8mo
KAdudu I love the fly guy series books they are fun and kids love to read them. 8mo
DrSpalding You have a passion for this author! Share this with your students. 8mo
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Parts | Tedd Arnold
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Parts, written and illustrated by Tedd Arnold, is a hilarious nonfiction book about what went through his sons head when he got his first wiggly tooth. I would choose to storytell this book, as I will soon be doing in my LAE class. As I‘ve been practicing it to many people, no one has been left without a giggle. I highly recommend giving this a read, no matter the age.

Haleysantucci I highly recommend giving this a read, no matter the age. I would utilize UDL principles 7.2 and 7.3 because the children I would be reading this to would have much value and relevance for the situation the boy is in, in the story. I would also eliminate distraction by utilizing props in my storytelling. 8mo
Haleysantucci The ESOL strategy I would use would be Number 11 and 14 because this book talks a lot about different body parts which I could slowly explain and repeat. 8mo
Haleysantucci https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Idioms-from-More-Parts-by-Tedd-Arnol... This is a great resource that‘s only 1$!! It helps teach kids about idioms! #LAE3414sp19 8mo
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KAdudu I love this book! I think the resource you selected is great and works well with the book. 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 I love this book so much! I think it‘s so funny and a good way to talk about the human body. 8mo
DrSpalding You did an amazing job on your storytelling! You definitely need to do this for students in your internship placement. 8mo
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The Three Little Pigs | Paul Galdone, Joanna C. Galdone
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The three little pigs is a widely known children‘s book, a TL, and this specific one is by Paul Galdone, one of the original authors and illustrators. In this book, each of the pigs build a house made out of different materials.

Haleysantucci The first pig built a house out of straw, which is, unfortunately, blown down by a wolf. The next pig builds his house out of sticks, which is blown down by the wolf as well. The last pig, however, builds his house out of brick to which the wolf cannot blow down. Children all over adore this book! I would apply the teaching strategy, readers theater to this book! 8mo
Haleysantucci I actually had my preschool class do a readers theater and perform this book and there was nothing but smiles! We of course had to do it a few times so that everyone could be a pig and a wolf! I would utilize UDL principle 1.3 because the children would get to see the illustrations as well as see their classmates perform in front of them, thus offering different alternatives for visual comprehension. 8mo
Haleysantucci I could also use the ESOL strategy number 2 by breaking the class up into small groups and having each group perform the short story. 8mo
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Haleysantucci https://www.scribd.com/document/345289951/story-time-plan-for-the-three-little-p... This is a great resource for helping students comprehension 8mo
LaGasseSam1996 This was one of my favorite books as a kid. There are so many amazing versions of this book now and can use it to introduce beginning middle and end. 8mo
DrSpalding This is a good version of a classic traditional literature story. Readers theater would be a lot of fun! 8mo
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My brother is Special written and illustrated by Murray Stenton is an amazing RF book. It's about a boy and his brother who has Cerebral palsy. It's a great book that teaches kids about cerebral palsy and how to love those who have it. Although it doesn't have any awards, it's an amazing book for a RA. A lesson plan revolving around this would be an author study project. The author Murray had a son with cerebral palsy. #LAE3414sp19

kkimmelman Wow what a great eye opening book! As a sibling of a child with special needs, I am always very open to these ideas to promote knowledge. Great book choice @Haleysantucci 10mo
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DrSpalding This looks like a great book to a company Out of My Mind by Draper. Make sure you are using the rubric. 10mo
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My brother is Special written and illustrated by Murray Stenton is an amazing RF book. It's about a boy and his brother who has Cerebral palsy. It's a great book that teaches kids about cerebral palsy and how to love those who have it. Although it doesn't have any awards, it's an amazing book for a RA. A lesson plan revolving around this would be an author study project. The author Murray had a son with cerebral palsy. #LAE3414sp19

Haleysantucci The author study is a great way to utilize UDL 7.2 for this book because the author is authentic in her writings of cerebral palsy because she experienced raising a son with it. 30 is a good ESOL strategy for this lesson plan. 10mo
DrSpalding Delete the other post regarding this book. Try not to begin sentences with numbers. 10mo
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Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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Grab some donuts and the book wonder for a great night in! This Young Reader Choice awarded book is a MUST read!! Be sure to have some Kleenex near by though because some parts will really pull at your heart strings. This book is a great RF about a boy with a rare face disorder who begins his first year of school after being homeschooled his whole life. Read the emotional ups and downs of this book and fall in love with Auggie! #LAE3414sp19

Haleysantucci https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sadlier.com/school/ela-blog/wonder-lesson-plans... has a few lesson plans that help younger kids learn about acceptance of others. I found the kind journal to be the best one on this site. You have the kids keep a journal for 10 days and each day you do something kind to another and write about how it made them feel. I thought it was such a good activity 10mo
Haleysantucci Other lessons on the site include a compare and contrast graph of the different perspectives of Auggie in the book. UDL 9.1 is great for this lesson as we would be listing our expectation to be kind to others no matter what they look like and motivating them through the promotion of that expectation. ESOL strategy 16 would be used as the student speaks kindly to others, listens to feedback and writes about it. 10mo
Haleysantucci This would also be a great book to utilize storytelling by having the kids relate to parts of the book and telling stories of kind things they did like other children in the book. 10mo
DrSpalding Yum! Creative image! I can tell how passionate you are about this book through this post. Super ideas noted. 10mo
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One Crazy Summer | Rita Williams-Garcia
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One Crazy summer is an amazing historical fiction book by Rita Williams-Garcia. It won the Coretta Scott King award. It's a story of three young girls, all of which are sisters, who travel to Oakland to stay with their estranged mother. The book is a great look into what the 1960's were like for colored youth and the hardships they faced. This book is a great choice book for IR or LC's. #LAE3414sp19

Haleysantucci https://www.matchfishtank.org/curriculum/english-language-arts/5th-grade-literat... is a great lesson plan for kids in 5th grade. This is a great plan for ESOL kids as well because it teaches them about community and family writhing the book which is pulling on knowledge they already have and joining it with those themes found in the book. 10mo
Haleysantucci UDL 3.1 is used in this as the lesson plan pulls previous knowledge learned in prior lessons and apples it to what they are learning in this lesson. ESOL strategies 5 and 6 are important to use here as the children will be learning new vocabulary. 10mo
DrSpalding You are right they will be learning new vocabulary and learning concepts related to social studies that are necessary for being worldly citizens. Well done! (edited) 10mo
Edenmonet One Crazy Summer sounds like a great book! I think it‘s really important to teach students about important groups and people in History, like the Black Panther Party. I really liked that your lesson plan allows students to talk about social issues in their community and from the past. 8mo
kelseymccormick @Haleysantucci What a great book to integrate social studies and literacy. I was torn between reading this story or The One and Only Ivan. I definitely will be reading this soon though. Good Job! 8mo
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A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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A Wrinkle in Time is a classic F book written by Madeleine L'Engle and won a Newbery award It is about 3 kids, Meg, her brother Charles, and Megs classmate Calvin who travel to find Meg and Charles's father who is stuck on another planet and held there by evil forces. It's a great book that teaches kids about good and evil and unconditional love. #LAE3414sp19

Haleysantucci https://edsitement.neh.gov/lesson-plan/wrinkle-time-board-game Is a fun lesson plan for kids in 5th-7th grade. I did this lesson plan when I was in sixth grade and I remember it being so fun, I was fully engaged the entire time and was analyzing plot and character development. This lesson plan utilizes UDL4.1 and 5.2 because of the various ways the children are expressing their knowledge and communicating the principles. 10mo
Haleysantucci Strategies 2 and 8 will be helpful in this lesson plan for ESOL students because the lesson plan has the kids work in groups anyway and modeling what a game board is and how to create one is needed. 10mo
Haleysantucci It's a longer book so it may be good for LC's. I had this books read aloud to me everyday for the last 15 minutes of class and I loved it. 10mo
DrSpalding Because of the movie, many children read this book last year. They redid the cover and brought it into the 21st-century. What genre? 10mo
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Do you love a cute book with a plot twist? Be sure to read this adorable children's book "Creepy Carrots" by Aaron Reynolds and illustrated by Peter Brown. This book has amazing illustrations and won a Caldecott award!

Haleysantucci The illustrations are my favorite part of this book. Everything in it, except the Carrots, is black and white, which catches the readers eye and keeps them engaged. This book is great for a RA with kids from preschool to 3rd grade. This book is a SF book about a town full of rabbits. Jasper the rabbit loves eating carrots but gets scared when they suddenly start following him. It's a fun story with a twist of an ending! #LAE3414sp19 10mo
Haleysantucci https://mrswillskindergarten.com/creepy-carrots-lesson-plans/ is a great site for reading comprehension lesson plans for this book! It helps students identify cause and effect and how re-reading can aid you in your understanding of the book! This lesson plan incorporates UDL's 3.2 in understanding relationships between things and patterns throughout. It also could incorporate ESOL 10 or 16! 10mo
Haleysantucci It's helpful to do a RA with this book when presenting this book to young students to help model deeper thinking and comprehension so when they go off to analyze alone they have a better understanding of what to do. 10mo
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RaimeyGallant Fun cover! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 10mo
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