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Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
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Oct 07, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: class-behavior, descriptive, imagination, individual, trouble-students

The book teaches different perspectivies. IT can be seen as a rabbit or a duck depending on how you see it. Everyone learns and sees things differently. Teacher can touch on how we are different and we can not place our views on others. We can share opinions and learn/respect the opinions of others.
The book has the kids arguing- the teacher can touch on arguing and how thats is not good classroom behavior. Arguing is not good for student, and teach them the appropriate whay to handle the situation. Couls have the students write a response to the book to apply the classroom rules and how the situation should have happened.

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