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Be Used When A Boyused when a boy girl have the same name In Spanish Rene is a boy s name In English my name with an extra e on the end is A Girl S NameRene Has A Hard girl s nameRene has a hard coping with the fact that his name is the same as the new girl in his class He has always been proud of his name It is his grandfathers and his fathers name It belongs to proud and brave men He writes an essay about his name and it helps him remember that he is different from the other Renee This is a great book to help students be proud of who they are and where they come from I also love that this book is in English and Spanish Great for ELL s I am Rene The Boy is about a little boy from El Salvador who came to the United States with his family that thought that in the United States he had the name of a girl Rene wrote a very good essay for a contest at his school explaining how his name was very important to him and explained who he was and was part of his culture In this book Rene shows everyone how his name is different from Renee and how special his name is to him The main characters in this book are Rene and the little girl named Renee This book is a true story so it s a non fiction book illustrated in a children s bookI really liked this book and think would be very seful in the classroom because it tells the experience of a little boy in a new country learning new things about himself through his name I really liked how Rene took his name and with every letter he found a word that described him and his culture I think this might be a very
GOOD IDEA TO DO IN THEidea to do in the so students take the time and see what their name means or what words The Ascent of Man using their name describe them Many times when immigrants come teachers change their name and this makes them feel sad they feel like they lost who they are I feel that this would be a good book to have the students do some creative writing and write if they know what their name mean. The other way around But the next day at school the new girl sits by him is behind him every time they linep shares her apple with him and at recess tells him she wants to be his best friend everywhere he turns there's Rene the girl One day at the library Rene discovers a book called The Meaning of Names With the book tucked nder his arm Rene endeavors to win the first writing contest of the Little boy from El Salvador develops pride in his
NAME AND HIS FAMILY S CULTURE TEXT IS INand his family s culture Text is in and Spanish A young boy is picked on about his name once he moves to the United States after living in El Salvador Rene there means strong and brave but the students at his school in the United States teased him saying that his name was for a girl Awesome book those students who feel taunted by their peers for their names or anyone who feels a certain way because Others Make Them Feel make them feel they are less than what they areGood read for Pre K to 3rd grade Illustrator Fabiola Graullera Ram rezPublisher Pi ata BooksYear 2005Interest Level K 2Reading Level 2 3This bilingual picture book has bold pictures that can be seen easily during a read aloud The main character Ren is a boy from El Salvador who has moved to the United States with his family He is disappointed to find out there is a new girl in his class with the same name He later feels better when he learns that she spells her name differently Renee He wins a school writing contest when he writes an essay that shows how proud he is of his name I think this book is a cute way to talk about names and not having to change them just because you re in a new country Some children prefer to take an American name but Ren shows how proud he is of his name He even emphasized the se of the written accent mark which is another part that often gets removed from Immigrants names when they come to the United States This book could be sed as a read aloud to kick off a similar classroom assignment except #For The Contest Part #the contest part can think about what their name means to them Basura Rene is from El Salvador and his family moves to The United States He has always been proud of his name ntil he realizes that in the US Ren is a girl s name He becomes furious and begins to look for the meaning of Ren This is a great way to introduce our students to different cultures especially when the same thing me. Young Rene's teacher is calling role one morning and Rene is dismayed to hear someone else answer to his name It's not only that he thought he was the only person with that name but also that the new student who answers is a girl That afternoon his classmates tease Rene has a girl's name After discussing it with Mama and Papa Rene decides his name is so beautiful that a girl copied it from him not. S or if they know the story of why #THEY GOT THE NAME THEY GOT THIS BOOK TELLS #got the name they got This book tells powerful story about inclusion acceptance and self esteem in schools Rene is a boy whose family moves from El Salvador to the United States when he is young When he begins at his new school he is shocked and disappointed new school he is shocked and disappointed learn that there is a girl named Renee in his class He goes on a journey of self discovery where he O viziune a sentimentelor uses the school library to research his name s meaning He learns that the name Rene is French for reborn and feels inspired by this He enters a school contest where he writes about his name and how he feels like he was reborn when he moved to the United States and learned English He wins the contest and shares his victory pizza with Renee who he becomes friends with after accepting that they have many things in commonThis autobiographical book could besed in grades K 2 as it would keep young students engaged without being too difficult to Harveys Revised English Grammar understand I found it as an e book on Scribdcom With first or second graders I mayse this book to launch a mini research project where students research and write about either
their own names or their families With any grade I would se this book to discuss the importanceown names or their families With any grade I would se this book to discuss the importance acceptance and friendship particularly in diverse settings I would ask students if they are comfortable to share or write about a time when they felt excluded or different and discuss how we should treat others in those situations This would be an important lesson at any age but especially in Kindergarten when many children are interacting in large groups of peers for the first time in their livesThis was a WOW book for me because it was written in both Spanish and English and it is a complex meaningful story with a relatable message particularly in classes with ELLs It will give Spanish speaking students a chance to have a story read in their native language which will show that our class values their families cultures and language. Chool year Complimented by playful illustrations this bilingual picture book follows Colato Lainez's own experiences when he was faced with a challenge to his own name as a child This witty story about a young boy's odyssey to find out the meaning of his name will challenge readers aged 3 to 7 to chart cross cultural differences by gaining an nderstanding about themselves and the people around th.
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