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    • Grade 3 Module 1
    • Lesson 1 I can talk with my partner in order to record what I notice and I wonder about pictures. wonder I can ask and answer questions about a text
    • VOCABULARY Notice Wonder Norms Record Details Question Conversation Power
    • Quote 1: “The herders like to use „iron horses,‟ meaning motorbikes, instead of real horses. Very few people have telephones, television, or access to computers, but most people can read!” from My Librarian is a Camel
    • Quote 2: “A driver and a librarian divide the books into two boxes. They saddle them on the camel‟s back, which is covered with a grass mat for protection. A second camel carries a tent that serves as the library roof.” from My Librarian is a Camel
    • Quote 3: “But the volunteers aren‟t done yet.… They cross a river in their truck and drive until they cannot go farther. Then they unload the boxes of books to take them to the small villages. From here they must walk four hours.. crossing log bridges while carrying the boxes of books on their shoulders.” from My Librarian is a Camel
    • Quote:4 “The Books-by-Elephant delivery program serves thirty-seven villages… They have even designed special metal slates that won‟t break when carried on the elephant‟s back across the rough land.” from My Librarian is a Camel
    • Quote 5: “The boys take their young friend for a ride on their sled as they walk to the post office to pick up their books.…While the northern wind howls across the tundra, they read fantasy and action novels. ” from My Librarian is a Camel
    • Quote 6:“The country has seven floating libraries. The Kalimantan Floating Library consists of a wood boat, 8 meters long and 3 meters wide. The boat, which is powered by a diesel engine, can carry up to five hundred books.” from My Librarian is a Camel
    • The Pratham's Read India initiative works in conjunction with Indian state governments to help ensure that children between the ages of 6 and 14 achieve basic mastery in reading, writing, and math.
    • Children in Africa have benefitted from the work of Worldreader.org, an organization that provides schools with brand new e-readers.
    • TASIS Elementary School opened its doors as the first English-language elementary school in Ticino, Switzerland. The school has an international mix of over 20 nationalities and 21 different languages. It is a college-preparatory boarding school in Europe and known for excellence in education
    • Children learn to read and write in a primary school in Andhra Pradesh state, India.
    • First grade student joined the Reading Education Assistance Dogs program at Golden Hill Elementary School.
    • Afghan children read and memorize the Koran at a mosque in Jalalabad during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
    • Second-graders at Oasis Elementary School line up with language arts books. A letter from authors to President Obama says: "Our public school students spend far too much time preparing for reading tests and too little time curling up with books that fire their imaginations”
    • 2011 was the first year for a camp in Béléhédé, Burkina Faso, Africa where the village library opened. 4th grade students were able to participate in the camp, where they received t-shirts and daily breakfasts and lunches. Each day was filled with activities geared toward helping them improve literacy skills for the upcoming school year.
    • Lack of access to education remains one of the biggest challenges women face in Afghanistan.