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The Unbreakable Code por Sara Hoagland…
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The Unbreakable Code (edição 1996)

por Sara Hoagland Hunter (Autor)

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Because John is afraid to leave the Navajo Reservation, his grandfather explains to him how the Navajo language, faith, and ingenuity helped win World War II.
Membro:JamieHadady
Título:The Unbreakable Code
Autores:Sara Hoagland Hunter (Autor)
Informação:Cooper Square Publishing Llc (1996), Edition: 1st, 32 pages
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Native American themed book.

Good frontloading in the introduction on the background of WWII and the role that Native American's had during the war. Great option to use in conjunction with history lesson in WWII and providing multiple perspectives on what a hero looks like. Super descriptions of the effort and bravery that the code talkers exerted during the war and how little recognition they received upon their return. Can be used as a conversation starter regarding languages without writing and preserving tradition. Useful for generating questions about why the US government insisted that Navajo's stop speaking their language and only use English and whether that was right or wrong and why.

Back of the book includes excellent examples of the code so readers can better visualize how it worked.

John's grandfather explains to him the story of the unbreakable code from WW2. John's grandfather is a Navajo code talker, and explains to his grandson, John, how the Navajo language, and creativity helped the United States win World War II. ( )
  zsvandyk | Mar 4, 2015 |
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This story portrays the quiet pride of a Navajo code talker as he explains to his grandson how the Navajo language, faith, and ingenuity helped win World War II.

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I liked this book because our center is a Comanche center that emphasizes the importance of teaching Comanche language to the children. We have language speakers in the center as well as classes that our teachers attend in order to keep the language alive in the classroom. This book would be great to show the children the importance behind the reason our centers do this.

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1. Since the children in the Comanche Nation centers are learning Comanche, I would have them come up with their own sentence that they want translated.

2. I would have the children discuss the importance of their language and why they think they should learn it. ( )
  roni.rawlins | Oct 25, 2014 |
Use a little story "the unbreakable code" of a brother and a sister to show the effect of War to children.
  xliao | Oct 15, 2014 |
John is scared of moving with his mom and new step-dad. He wants to stay with is grandfather on the Navajo Reservation. His grandfather tell him the story of when he was a young man and had to go to school at government boarding school. From there he left to become one of the Navajo Code Talkers in World War II. His grandfather tells him that he will be just fine, in this this move because he has something very special to take with him, his knowledge of his heritage, of the Navajo Language.
I enjoyed reading this book. I would have it in my classroom. The Oil painting illustrations are incredible and I loved to look at the pictures in this book. It teaches us about a Navajo Code Talker during World War II. John’s conflict is moving off the reservation his mom and new husband. It takes place on the beautiful mountain Navajo Reservation. It is told from John’s grandfather’s point of view.
I would have the student make a code of their own and exchange with other students to see if they can crack the code. I would also have them do a power point presentation on the Navajo Code talker and share it with the class.
  embarnes | Jul 10, 2014 |
story of Navajo Code talkers in WWII. Pronunciation guide in the back.
  bp0128bd | Jan 24, 2014 |
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