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You Wouldn't Want to Explore With Lewis and Clark!: An Epic Journey You'd Rather Not Make Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 7 user ratings
ISBN:0531259420
LANGUAGE:English

" Introduction to Lewis and Clark, but not for report writing. " said.

" Fun intro for kids, but not much info for a report.Liked it. " said.

" I wish there was a book in the series that told this story from the Native American's point of view. " said.

" You and your child are about to embark on a journey along with Lewis and Clark out west as they have just received orders from Thomas Jefferson as he has commissioned an expedition. With lots of pictures and short descriptions, this book does a good job of explaining to younger and older children a fairly quick description of who Lewis and Clark were and about this mission. " said.

"You Wouldn’t Want to Explore with Lewis and Clark! : An Epic Journey You’d Rather Not Take by Jacqueline Morley

Opening Moves:
-Prompt predictions based on title
-Activate background knowledge
-Draw attention to the setting
-Prompt readers to notice details
-Foreshadow the problem of the story
-Invite personal connections

Opening:
-Today we’re doing to read a book called You Wouldn’t Want to Explore with Lewis and Clark! : An Epic Journey You’d Rather Not Take by Jacqueline Morley. Why on earth do you think Jacqueline Morley gave her book this title?
-What do you already know about the travels of Lewis and Clark? Talk to a neighbor and try to share three things.
-Look at the illustration on the front. What do you think is happening? It says, “gulp” next to the bear. Do you think he really ate someone?
-What are some problems the characters in this book might face?
-Why do you think I chose this book to share with you?

Rationale:
In 1803 Lewis and Clark set out on an exploration to discover what was in the western United States. This journey took them through Nebraska. Students learn about the lives and travels of early Nebraska explorers, including Lewis and Clark. I think students will really enjoy the humor in this book. They will enjoy the content and have a chance to laugh and be a little goofy. Because this book is a bit lengthy, I think it would be best to begin with pages 5-13 about why they traveled and their time on the plains. If there is time, we could go further, but it won’t necessarily pertain to our Nebraska studies. This book presents facts and information in a silly, unique way that will keep students interested and engaged.
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" Introduction to Lewis and Clark, but not for report writing. " said.

" Fun intro for kids, but not much info for a report.Liked it. " said.

" I wish there was a book in the series that told this story from the Native American's point of view. " said.

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