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📒Wilma Unlimited ✍ Kathleen Krull
📝Wilma Unlimited Book Synopsis : A biography of the African-American woman who overcame crippling polio as a child to become the first woman to win three gold medals in track in a single Olympics.
📒Wilma Rudolph ✍ Maureen M. Smith
📝Wilma Rudolph Book Synopsis : Profiles Wilma Rudolph, who overcame childhood polio to become an Olympic medal-winning runner.
📒Wilma Rudolph ✍ Alice K. Flanagan
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📒 Re Presenting Wilma Rudolph ✍ Rita Liberti
📝 Re Presenting Wilma Rudolph Book Synopsis : Wilma Rudolph was born black in Jim Crow Tennessee. The twentieth of 22 children, she spent most of her childhood in bed suffering from whooping cough, scarlet fever, and pneumonia. She lost the use of her left leg due to polio and wore leg braces. With dedication and hard work, she became a gifted runner, earning a track and field scholarship to Tennessee State. In 1960, she became the first American woman to win three gold medals in a single Olympic Games. Her underdog story made her into a media darling, and she was the subject of countless articles, a television movie, children’s books, biographies, and she even featured on a U.S. postage stamp. In this work, Smith and Liberti consider not only Rudolph’s achievements, but also the ways in which those achievements are interpreted and presented as historical fact. Theories of gender, race, class, and disability collide in the story of Wilma Rudolph, and Smith and Liberti examine this collision in an effort to more fully understand how history is shaped by the cultural concerns of the present. In doing so, the authors engage with the metanarratives which define the American experience and encourage more complex and nuanced interrogations of contemporary heroic legacy.
📒Wilma Rudolph ✍ Lee Engfer
📝Wilma Rudolph Book Synopsis : In graphic novel format, tells the life story of Wilma Rudolph, hero of the 1960 Rome Olympics.
📒Wilma Rudolph ✍ Tom Biracree
📝Wilma Rudolph Book Synopsis : A biography of the woman who overcame crippling polio as a child to become the first woman to win three gold medals in track in a single Olympics.
📒Wilma Rudolph ✍ Victoria Sherrow
📝Wilma Rudolph Book Synopsis : Documents the life of Wilma Rudolph, the first American woman to win three gold medals at a summer Olympics, including her current work with young athletes
📒The Winners Handbook ✍ Judy Freeman
📝The Winners Handbook Book Synopsis : Judy Freeman has developed a comprehensive handbook with thoroughly annotated lists of the 2006's best children's books, lesson plans, teacher's guides, stories, songs, and Internet resources. The Winners! Handbook starts with an extensive booklist of Judy's 100 best books of 2006, including many of the big award winners. (If you own Judy's Books Kids Will Sit Still For 3, it follows the same format. Indeed, you can consider the new Winners! Handbook the first update to that book.) Each entry includes a meaty and thoughtful annotation, a germ (a series of practical, do-able, useful, pithy ideas for reading, writing, and illustrating prompts and other activities across the curriculum); a useful list of exemplary related titles; and subject designations for each title to ascertain where the book might fit thematically into your curricular plan or program. There's also a title, author, and subject index for easy access. You find scores of useful and fun ideas, activities, lessons, and ways you can incorporate literature into every aspect of your day and your life. From story hour to school curriculum tie-ins, the many connections include strategies for comprehension, critical thinking skills, research, and problem-solving; songs, games, crafts, songs, plenty of great across-the-curriculum poetry, creative drama and Reader's Theater, storytelling, booktalking, and book discussion. Most of the books included are fabulous read-alouds, read-alones, and natural choices for Guided Reading, Literature Circles, or Book Clubs.
📒Teaching New Literacies In Grades K 3 ✍ Barbara Moss
📝Teaching New Literacies in Grades K 3 Book Synopsis : Even the youngest readers and writers in today’s classrooms can benefit enormously from engagement with a wide range of traditional and nontraditional texts. This teacher-friendly handbook is packed with creative strategies for introducing K–3 students to fiction, poetry, and plays; informational texts; graphic novels; digital storytelling; Web-based and multimodal texts; hip-hop; advertisements; math problems; and many other types of texts. Prominent authorities explain the research base underlying the book’s 23 complete lessons and provide practical activities and assessments for promoting decoding, fluency, comprehension, and other key literacy skills. Snapshots of diverse classrooms bring the material to life; helpful reproducibles are included.
📒Write Your Own Biography ✍ Natalie M. Rosinsky
📝Write Your Own Biography Book Synopsis : Writing tips and activities to help reades become writers of biographies.