Assignment 12.pdf - I Slater D Hanson S(2017 Escargot New York Farrar Straus and Giroux II The book Escargot has AR points of 0.5 and is appropriate for

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I. Slater, D., & Hanson, S. (2017). Escargot . New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. II. The book Escargot has AR points of 0.5 and is appropriate for teaching to LG K-3, it has Fountas Pinnell A-B, Guided Reading A-C, DRA level of A-2. “Welcome.” Accelerated Reader Bookfinder US - Welcome , . III. The book Escargot is a beautifully crafted book for kids with some interactive visuals. It talks about a snail and its journey towards its favorite dish and its contents and it also magnifies the emotions of the snail and how it wishes to be a favorite pet. As the book moves forward the snail states its desire for salads, and it is intended to travel to get a salad and its wish that salad should not consist of carrot as it dislikes carrots. The story is describing the journey of snail towards its favorite food and the end of the journey and help it gets during it. IV. Content Objective: For this text, the Content objective for students is to Identify the Character, Explain the graphical representations in the text. Language Objective: Share information in cooperative learning interactions, use strategic learning techniques such as concept mapping, drawing, memorizing, comparing, contrasting, and reviewing to acquire basic and grade-level vocabulary. V. The specific vocabulary I’d teach to the student which they might be unfamiliar with are croutons, Light Vinaigrette, a French word Au Contraire. As the first two words mentioned before are related to food I’d show video of a salad and how croutons are and Light
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