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I'll Teach My Dog 100 Words

de Michael Frith, P. D. Eastman (Ilustrador)

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A youngster plans all the things he will teach his puppy.
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I used this book to help the student I tutored with her sight words. It was a great book to use to help her develop this skillset and I would use this book for that same skillset in my future classroom. ( )
  BearkatErin | Apr 19, 2021 |
A boy talks about all the words he'll teach his dog. He wants to teach his dog 100 words, to be exact. As the story goes on, the boy provides the reader with the number of words that have been mentioned so far. The reader never sees his face--only his arms and legs. He wants his dog to be the smartest one and wants the adults to praise them. He wants to be proud and do something exciting with his furry companion. The ending of the book reveals that the boy plans to wait until next year to teach his dog 100 words, and he says all of this while relaxing by a tree with his pup.

I liked this story, even though it is simple. Sometimes it is nice to read a simple book, especially in times of anxiety or stress. I also liked the element of mystery in the book where the reader cannot see what the boy looks like. Maybe this element is a good one because then, the reader cannot be biased based on physical traits of the protagonist. I also thought it is funny that the boy says he will do all of these things next year. At the end where he is relaxing, the reader can understand that some things can wait and that the little things around you are to be cherished in the moment. ( )
  CMcGinnis | Mar 27, 2020 |
I enjoyed this booker for many reasons. The first is that it is an easy read for children and teaches students many sight words. The next reason I liked this book is that it has a good flow to the story and is a rhyming book which students often take a liking to. For example, the book states, " I'll teach him dark and light, and day and night". By doing this, the author engages the reader in the flow of the story. The book also included several illustrations to go along with the action words that were stated in each section.By doing this it allows the students to make a visual connection with the word that is stated and the action that goes along with it. When it comes to the overall theme or message of the story, it is that the main character is going to teach his dog 100 words. This is a very fun and cute book, and is something I would include in my classroom library. ( )
  djerga1 | Feb 14, 2019 |
The book, "I'll Teach My Dog 100 Words," by Michael Frith is an excellent book for very young readers or English language learners. It is tagged as a Dr. Suess book, 100th day of school, and vocabulary. I enjoyed this book because it is simple and light hearted. The presentation is wonderful. The pages are colorful, the words are scattered about the page in a way that is easy to follow, yet entertaining. It is a great way for students to learn sight words. There are some very rudimentary sight words, but then students can move on to the more complex words in the book. It could help forma a lesson on comparing and contrasting for a very young age. It gives examples of day and night and dark and light.
This would be an excellent book for students to read. ( )
  ctrain6 | Feb 14, 2019 |
In my opinion this book is a great introduction to many sight words. It highlights the key words that are being taught as well as how to use them in a sentence. Students would be able to begin by identifying the one word and then slowly be able to identify the whole saying. One phrase that was to be taught was "Cut the grass." The reader would be able to learn "the" and then move onto "cut" and "grass". In this sentence all the words were highlighted. In other sentences only some words are highlighted to show importance of certain words. This book was written to highlight learning sight words as well as identifying rhyme. The plot of teaching a dog new tricks creates a fun story to follow while learning new words. ( )
  sheiland1 | Feb 14, 2019 |
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