One Boy a RF, Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor winner would be a really good text for an RA. It‘s a counting book about a boy. The illustrations are really interactive and captivating to engage young learners. UDL principle 2.3 Decoding of text & mathematical notation & ESOL 46 hands-on-activities align with teaching/ reading the book. https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?aid=6860&a2=1 provides extension for the RA to assess comprehension. #LAE3414sp19
This F Caldecott Honor would be perfect for a DR! Its about how some of the animals use the type writer to ask the farmer for things they want. It‘ll be useful in class by helping struggling students comprehend. UDL 16 Integrate speaking, listening, reading & 4.1 vary method for response align with the DR and help with word patterns. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/learning-about-wo... #LAE3414sp19
Rain Makes Applesauce is a caldecott honor, F, and could be used for a RA. It has rhymes that depict the beautiful images for students to think outside the box. It can be useful as an entry level book for poetry. UDL principal 6.3 Facilitate managing information and ESOL 15 Reinforce key ideas you present repetitively align with the book and activity perfectly. #LAE3414sp19
This RF book would be good for a RT for the message of forgiveness it conveys. It is about a girl and how she manages to start her new fresh day with different intentions. This could be used in the classroom to teach students to read beyond the text and look at the bigger picture. #LAE3414sp19
This f Newbery award winner would be awesome for RA! It‘s about a man who sets off on a journey to find a cat for his wife to love. On this journey he runs into millions of cats to find the perfect one. UDL strategy 3.1 supply background knowledge & ESOL 17 providing contextual support would be wonderful options to pair with the book linked for comprehension. #LAE3414sp19
This B, Nobel Prize winner is about a girl who stood up for education and was shot by terrorists. This would be great included in the classroom for an AS. UDL strategy 3.3 guide information processing and ESOL 4 link lesson topic to students‘ prior knowledge 28 provide B of men and women from different countries would align with the lesson plan attached by activating what they learned and key events throughout the story. #LAE3414sp19
A wrinkle in Time a SF, John Newbery Medal winner, would be good for LC. This book is about a girl who travels through time and space to find her dad. This could be beneficial in the classroom because students can read this while discussing other content areas. UDL Strategy 5.2 Use multiple tools for construction & ESOL 2 Promote cooperation would align with the lesson plan by having them organize thoughts for communication. #LAE3414sp19
Wishtree is a F book that would be awesome for IR because it‘s about a tree talking about anti-muslim bias viewpoints. This could be used in the classroom to discuss the recent topic and a way for students to open up about their concerns. UDL principle 2.1 Clarify vocab & symbols and ESOL 37 Use language experience in discussing ideas align with the lesson plan that students can engage in discussions with. #LAE3414sp19
This B, Caldecott Honor, would be great for a S. It was about the struggles of MLK and his life. It can be used in the classroom during Black History month for many reasons. A teacher can S to make it easier to relate for all students. UDL strategy 1.3 offer alternatives for visual information and ESOL 8 Use direct instruction align with the S by providing varying support. #LAE3414sp19
Bathtub Science is a great NF that provides experiments for students to conduct in their own bathtub and would be great for an IR. This is beneficial in the classroom because it provides varying content to engage our students. #LAE3414sp19
Dr. Seuss has this fantastic (P) book to use in a CR. This book could be used in the classroom to expose P to young students. UDL 5.3 building fluencies and ESOL 4 link lesson topic to prior knowledge will help students learn about the different literary structures. This website provides follow up activities students can interact with after reading to make connections http://m.seussville.com/activities.html #LAE3414sp19
This (P), NY Times Bestseller, would be good for AS. The book includes the authors personal life events within the poetry. It can be beneficial in the classroom for students to evaluate and dissect the meaning of the poetry. UDL strategy (3.3)Guide information processing and ESOL 11. Place language in meaningful context can be used to help students analyze the poetry to complete AS. #LAE3414sp19
This (F) John Newbery award winner is a tear jerker! Its about a silverback gorilla who lives his life in a cage at a mall. This novel would be wonderful for a LC because it would benefit students using UDL strategies 3.4 Maximize transfer and generalization and ESOL 36. ask HOT questions to compare and contrast ethical issues. This website is great for resources and information for the LC discussions http://theoneandonlyivan.com #LAE3414sp19
This (F) John Newbery Medal winner is about how a girl and her team fight an evil magician. This would be beneficial as a LC with the UDL principle 2.1 clarify syntax and structure and ESOL strategy 42 students use timelines to arrange facts to help students distinguish what is happening through out the story. https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=51541&a=1 has awesome story maps students can use for this activity. #LAE3414sp19
This RF, is a New York Times Best Seller, and it is about a girl who has Autism. Her best friend gets stung by a jellyfish and dies. She goes through a whirlwind of emotions to get the answers she is searching for. This book can be used in the classroom as a LC so that students can discuss and engage with each other #LAE3414sp19
Leave Me Alone❗️
This F Caldecott Honor book would be great for a RA. It‘s about a grandmother with many grandkids who just wants to be left alone so that she can knit sweaters for her grandkids. She travels far to get her peace and quite time so that she can finish knitting the sweaters. This book can be used to benefit students by having them learn story structure.
Drummer Hoff adapted by Barbara Emberley and illustrated by Ed Emberley, is a TL that won The Caldecott Medal 🎖 and would be great for S. The book could be used in the classroom to benefit students because it‘s a fun engaging read that introduces them to poetry. The book consists of rhyming words and tells a story about how a cannon is built. It starts off with a drummer and ends with a general giving the order to fire the cannon.
Grandfather‘s Journey is a HF that won the Caldecott Medal and would be great for a LC in grades 3-5. This book can be used in the classroom to benefit students not only in ELA, but in other content areas as well by providing various topics of diversity.
This RF New York Times Best seller book, which would be great for a RA, is about a boy named Jerome who loves to learn and collect new words. This book can be used in the classroom to benefit students by showing them that words impact us in everyday life, and that reading and learning new words expand our knowledge of the world around us.
Have you ever been bullied for things out of your control? Lila and the Crow is a RF book about how one young girl learns to embrace her uniqueness despite what her bully thinks, and I believe it would be an amazing book to use in the classroom for a RT. This can be used in the classroom to benefit students by showing them different type of texts they can relate to which should encourage them to read and connect to text more.