Popular Book, Chocolate Milk, Por Favor Author Maria Dismondy This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Chocolate Milk, Por Favor , Essay By Maria Dismondy Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I enjoyed reading this story because it relates to the perspective of many young children, children whose lives are moved from things they have only ever known to an entirely new country with new barriers I think this book is a great example of teaching children how to embrace difference and to always share kindness In this story, kindness can be symbolized by the delicious treat many of us used to drink as a child, chocolate milk. When Gabe walks into school, Johnny makes all sorts of assumptions about him He treats him very coldly and displayed bully like actions toward him However, Gabe not understanding what is going on, tries his best to use body language to fit in With his good attitude and lack of verbal communication, Gabe soon becomes the popular kid in the class This leaves Johnny with mixed feelings when a spark goes off and he soon realizes how we can all be friends despite our differences This book is just amazing First I want to point out how the author shows emotions Gabe is feeling sad in the beginning and then Johnny feels bad Both kids are filled with confusion until they learn how to deal with their emotions Another important point this book brings out is how to deal with social differences Yes Gabe did not speak the language of the class, but this does not mean he could not communicate in other ways Overall this book is amazing I felt myself drawn to the story I think it is a great read to any class with very diverse students I received this book in exchange for an honest review All opinions are mine and were in no way influenced by outside sources I am a professional blogger at Little Lady Plays Summary This story is about a little boy who is an ELL student, Gabe, who is new to the school A little boy in Gabe s new class is not very nice toward him He calls out Gabe s differences Johnny got upset when the rest of his class welcomed Gabe and were nice to him Gabe tried being nice to Johnny, and eventually, Johnny accepted him He understood how Gabe felt learning a language when Johnny was learning a tricky soccer move Evaluation I love this book I think that is a very important book for students to be exposed to I think this is a story that a lot of kids can relate to, by having a new student in class Teaching Idea You could use this book to teach empathy, kindness, and diversity This would be a great book for an interactive read aloud for the whole class You could even do a follow up hands on activity with this. This book is amazing It shows the perspective of a student who has a kids in the class just come from a foreign country and doesn t understand English This also shows that if you try to get to know them you might find something in common. Johnny is puzzled when everyone befriends a new kid at school He initially doesn t like the new boy, who doesn t speak English and is a crybaby In the end, Johnny learns a valuable lesson about empathy as he befriends the new boy Instructional suggestions empathy, characterization, diversity in national origin, theme, metaphorGenres realistic fiction, multicultural Heartwarming and real Every child should read this book It can help children understand their feelings when they meet someone different from themselves and help them find a common ground. I like the discussion questions at the beginning and tips at the end for working with ELLs The book discusses making assumptions, empathy skills, friendship, and bridging communication gaps or differences. I would recommend this book because it has a great and simple message for you children to learn about kindness and empathy It would interest young children because it has colorful, detailed realistic pictures on each page It also uses language that is easy for young children to understand As an educator, one might use this book to create lessons and conversation about empathy and accepting new people Although various languages are not used in abundance in this book, the message is clear that one of the children speaks a different language than the rest of his class. Too outright preachy and heavy handed but did like the tips for assisting English Language Learners.
www.mariadismondy.comFrom the authorBorn and Raised In a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, I grew up with red shag carpet, The Smurfs and Cabbage Patch Dolls In my past time, I played flashlight tag with the neighborhood kids and listened to NKOTB aka The New Kids on The Block.Family I am lucky to have a large family I have an older sister, Angela, who also ate spaghetti in a hot dog bun among other crazy concoctions my mom created for us growing up I am married to the coolest guy ever and together, we are raising our baby girl Ruby.Education There s a ton of rivalry between Michigan and Michigan State are you a maize and blue or green and white fan I have to admit, I started going to U of M then happily switched over to Michigan State I went to college for six years, earning my undergraduate and graduate degrees in education, curriculum and research.Hobbies and Interests If there s something I want to try, I don t hold back I have hobbies than I have hours in the day My latest and greatest is learning to photography I wake up each morning, eager to live a full and exciting life, while inspiring and giving back to those around me.Likes Salt and vinegar chips, french fries, barbeque sauce, reading, coffee, photography, music playing the piano , free time, scrapbooking, sunshine, the lake, my family, and my mac book.Dislikes angry people, cloudy days, cold french fries, complaints, Folgers coffee, a messy house, a full laundry basket and Open Pit BBQ sauce.Favorite book as a child Frances Books by Russell Hoban and Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls.Favorite book as an adult The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks I m a fan for the love stories.
- 32 pages
- Chocolate Milk, Por Favor
- Maria Dismondy
- 01 January 2017 Maria Dismondy