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Tagseasy (74), nonfiction (26), novel (11), rhyme (10), folktale (8), biography (7), disability (4), science (3), ryhme (3), easy;fiction (2) — see all tags

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Since the beginning of the semester I read a total of 121 books for the entire semester. I read a total of the following…
Biography- 7
Disability- 4
Easy/Picture Books-74
Fiction-3
Nonfiction-28
Folktale-8
Science-3
Rhymes/Poems-16
Novels- 11
Multicultural- 12
Disabilities- 4
When picking my books for the semester, I tried to pick several different books that had to do with learning about a diverse group of topics. I learned about different types of people’s culture and the way that they live, how to evaluate a picture book and see how pictures also tell a story as well as the words. I think that my library has a very diverse selection of books. When picking my books I wanted to focus on more the age on what I am going to be teaching in the future and try to find books that I can introduce to my students and teach them something. My favorite books that I read this semester where the required novels that were required for this course. I can say that their wasn’t one required novel that we were forced to read that I didn’t enjoy. They all taught us as future teachers a lesson about something where it could have been Social Studies to children with exceptionalities, my library had a very diverse selection of books.

I learned how to read and evaluate easy read books for lower level grades. I would say the selection of all of my books need to be anywhere from PreK-6th grade, since I am just an Early Childhood Education major picking books that I need to become more familiar with. Trying to find books that early grade would want to become more engaged in was my goal when picking books for the entire semester, and trying to find books that I could teach lesson on and engage students in wanting to learn about certain topics. All of my books are different from one another I think my mini library is a greatly diverse selection of books, and I can always use my library to find books on good books to use on a lesson that I may teach for my students. My favorite authors from the semester that I really enjoyed were James Howe, Chris Rashka, and Kevin Henkes. All of these authors taught an overall moral to something that they wrote and you could implement the stories that they wrote into everyday life.
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