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white. He did not fit in with his family at all. It took a long time for the ugly duckling to learn to accept the way he looked. Once the duckling grows up, he turns in to a beautiful swan. other. This book uses rhymes to share the reputation of the love between a mother and child. of love between a mother and her baby. The engaging activity that I am going to use is called quick draw. Quick Draw uses many different representations of ideas and skills in an instruction area. This activity will let the students by keeping their hands busy and minds exploring Once all the stories have been read, they will work in groups. They will then take different parts from the stories that relate to the theme of love and draw a picture of it. then draw a picture depicting the passage and theme. ReferencesFord, M. R. (2007). Focusing on Children's and Young Adult Literature. Retrieved March 13, 2020, from Ohio Journal of English Language Arts: ?url=?direct=true&db=ehh&AN=27953253&site=eds-live&scope=sitePalkovich, E. (2015). The “mother” of all schemas: creating cognitive dissonance in children’s fantasy literature using the mother figure. Retrieved March 12, 2020, from Children's Literature in Education: ?url=?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ1061539&site=eds-live&scope=site
Phinney, T. &. (2010). The best font for the job.Retrieved March 13, 2020, from Children & Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children: ?Wopperer, E. (2010). Inclusive literature in the library and the classroom:. Retrieved March 14, 2020, from The importance of young adult and children’s books that portray characters with disabilities. Knowledge Quest: