2.Malcolm at Midnight by W. H. BeckAunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Skyby Faith Ringgold6-81.Okay for Now by Gary D. Schmidt2.The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel) by Ellen Raskin3-5 1.Duke Ellington by Brian Pinkney and Andrea Davis Pinkney2.Soldier for Equality: Josè de la Luz Sáenz, and the Great War by Duncan Tonatiuh6-81.Anthony Burns by Virginia Hamilton2.Beyond Courage by Doreen RappaportText Integration Strategies: 1.Read Aloud– The teacher reads aloud, modeling decoding and fluency. 2.Story map- The teacher can introduce a story map or (graphic organizer) to help students learn and identify the different story elements, such as characters, plots, setting, problem, and solution. 1.K-W-L Chart– The teacher prepares a table either on chart paper or a whiteboard with three columns. The columns are labeled ‘K’ (know), ‘W’ (want to know), & ‘L’ (learned). This chart helps students to activate their background knowledge about a given © 2018. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved.