E–pub/Pdf [Be Quiet, Marina!] Ø Kirsten DeBear
- Be Quiet, Marina!
- Kirsten DeBear
- 12 June 2020
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Be uiet, Marina! Download ☆ 104 Free read ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Kirsten DeBear Kirsten DeBear õ 4 Download F noise Moira who likes uiet runs away from Marina when she's noisy How these two little girls one with Down syndrome and the. Personal ReactionThis was a uniue book that portrayed the friendship of two girls who learned to get along with one another despite being born with two different birth defects Cerebral palsy and down syndrome This was a touching book that shows the reader that no matter how much we want to uit and runaway because of noise we must learn to live in a world that is full of commotion and learn to tolerate being frustrated The two girls Moira and Marina story teaches us that we must cope with difficulties and differences in order for us as a society to get along with one anotherPurposeThis would be a good read aloud book for a class ranging from Pre K 1st grade The purpose of this book would be to show the class that everyone is uniue in their own way and they must use their words to confront their conflicts This would be the perfect book to show children in a class if they have a peer who has down syndrome or cereal palsy It would also be a good way to introduce non fiction books to children because of the actual photographs of the two girls The sentence structure is simple but is challenging enough for young readers Overall I think this is a very diverse book that shows the reader that everyone has their differences and are uniueFree read ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Kirsten DeBear
Be uiet, Marina! Download ☆ 104 Free read ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Kirsten DeBear Kirsten DeBear õ 4 Download Marina and Moira are four years old They both like to dress up play with blocks and go on the see saw But Marina makes a lot o. This real life story is about two very special friends Moira has down syndrome and Marina has cerebral palsy They are both four years old and attend the same school They both enjoy doing the same things dance play with dolls and play on the see saw At first Moria and Marina could not play together because of their differences They are different in many ways for example Marina likes lots of noise but Moria prefers it to be uiet The story follows the two friends as they attend school The differences can be seen throughout the book When it is time to clean up Marina does not like to clean up so she starts to scream and this frightens Moria Usually when this happens Moria will cover her ears and go to a place that is uiet Because Marina likes to scream and make noise it is sometimes difficult for Moria to play with her because she gets scared Moria noticed one day while playing with Marina that she was about to get upset and start screaming Moria did not run away instead she told Marina Please don t scream Marina was able to calm down and continue playing with Moria This happened several times so now when Moria sees that Marina is getting upset she tells her to not scream and if Marina starts screaming Moria will tell her to be uiet so that they can continue to play together and be each other s friends The author s writing and the photographers pictures go hand in hand with the story I will use this book as a teacher to teach my students that just because someone appears to be different than them with cooperation everyone can become friends and help each other in times of need
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Be uiet, Marina! Download ☆ 104 Free read ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Kirsten DeBear Kirsten DeBear õ 4 Download Other with Cerebral Palsy learn to play together and eventually become best friends is beautifully told in words and photograp. Moira has Down s Syndrome and Marina has Cerebral Palsy and they both attend the same preschool Moira wants to be friends with Marina but Marina s loud outbursts scare Moira Moira has a break through when she learns to tell Marina to be uieter because she doesn t like her screaming Marina understands Moira s reuest and the two girls become great friendsI like this book because it is a non fiction story told along with photographs of the two girls As a teacher I like the story because it illustrates how kids must confront their conflicts with words It gives characteristics that students may see if they have a student with Down s Syndrome or Cerebral Palsy in their classroom On the flipside I do not care for the way some of the pictures portray Marina especially the front cover of the book To me it seems like it could perpetuate stereotypes of children with disabilities instead of finding common ground in teaching diversity