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Free read When Wilma Rudolph Played Basketball 106 í Wilma Rudolph became a great American athlete But do you know what she was like as a child From battling polio to playing basketball Wilma was a determined and strong child This playful story of her childhood will help young readers connect with a historic figure and will inspire them to Will help young readers connect with a historic figure and will inspire them to want to achieve greatne. Great autobiography for elementary age

Mark Weakland Ð 6 Free read

Polio to playing basketball Wilma was a determined and strong child This playful story of her childhood. Kait found this one interesting especially because Wilma Rudolph was also in another book we borrowed from the library and she loves running The timeline was a bit oddly done but it was an excellent introduction to Rudolph’s life

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When Wilma Rudolph Played BasketballWilma Rudolph became a great American athlete But do you know what she was like as a child From battling. Twin TextMiller P Z Morrison F 2016 The uickest kid in Clarksville San Francisco CA Chronicle Books Rationale The uickest Kid in Clarksville Miller Morrison 2016 features Alta a young girl who is inspired by Wilma Rudolph Because she admires Rudolph she shares many traits and ualities with her She wants to be like Rudolph some day and mentions some things she has in common with her The nonfiction story When Wilma Rudolph Played Basketball Weakland Duncan 2017 pairs well with the story because it tells about Rudolph's childhood and what she had to overcome to be successful By pairing the two stories together it helps reinforce where Rudolph came from and why so many people looked up to her so much after she won her gold medals It gives a little bit of insight into Rudolph's life in The uickest Kid in Clarksville for students that aren't familiar with her before telling about her childhood in the nonfiction storyText Structure Text Features This story is told in chronological order Within the story it also shows problem and solution as Rudolph overcomes the difficulties she faces due to polio This story is told in narrative form so it does not feature as many common text features There are illustrations and description throughout most of the book At the end it features a glossary and indexStrategy ApplicationThese texts would connect with well a Venn Diagram since the characters share many similarities and feature strong female main characters Camp 2010 After reading The uickest Kid in Clarksville students could discuss how they would describe Alta and her character traits Then they could read When Wilma Rudolph Played Basketball and discuss her traits and characteristics Then they could create a Venn diagram to show how Alta and Wilma were similar and different Finally they could discuss what causes those similarities and differencesResourceCamp D 2010 February It takes two Teaching with twin texts of fact and fiction The Reading Teacher 535 400 408