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I Got a D in Salami #2 (Hank Zipzer) (edició 2004)

de Henry Winkler (Autor)

Sèrie: Hank Zipzer (2)

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Antics ensue after Hank throws his report card into a meat grinder.
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Títol:I Got a D in Salami #2 (Hank Zipzer)
Autors:Henry Winkler (Autor)
Informació:Grosset & Dunlap (2004), Edition: Illustrated, 176 pages
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I Got a "D" in Salami de Henry Winkler

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It is a really nice book not only for children but also for adults. The story in this book can happen in our real world, but the characters and the settings are all based on authors' imagination. that makes it be a realistic fiction. the story has a close relationship with our true world. It depicts the daily life of a boy who has learning differences. Many times, he thinks himself is stupid because of uneven ability shows in his study. He tries his best to focus on the study but he still got 3 D scores on his report card. In order to avoid the blame from his parents, he and his friends smash his report card in his mom's meat grinder, which caused a lot of problems. In the end, the boy decides to speak out all the truth under his grandfathers' enlightenment. His parents eventually understand his learning differences. his parents and teachers begin to support him to study in his way. The end of the story really touched me. The story uses a unique perspective let the readers get familiar with learning differences. Children can learn how to treat with their peers who may have learning differences. for parents or teachers, this book is also useful to consider how to support students with learning differences. It can be used in literature class, social study class, and reading class. ( )
  ShiYaoyu | Feb 25, 2018 |
Antics ensue after Hank throws his report card into a meat grinder.
  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
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It's report card day---the most dreaded day of Hank Zipzer's school year. When he got his grades, his worst nightmare come true. He got a D in spelling, reading and math, which will make his parents crazy. This story talked about antics ensue after he throws his report card into a meat grinder.
Critique:
This is a contemprary realism novel
Comments on use:
Improving children's comprehension of reading
Fitting children's learning extent and make them feel confidence about reading
Extending children's imagination
Age appropriateness:
middle school
  ShanGao | Feb 27, 2017 |
Genre: Realistic fiction

I would use this book to:
1. start a class discussion on students with a learning disability
2. present chapter books

Summary: Hank Zipper is a fourth grade who has a hard time doing his spelling homework. When he receives his report card, he realizes that he obtained a D in spelling. Hank want his parents to see his D so he shreds his report card in the meat grinder and his mother's Deli. HIs report card was shredded in some Salami, which Hank later finds out was sent to a taste testing meeting. Hank is determined to get his report card back before anyone eats it. Hanks plan falls apart and a businessman that works with his mom suggests that Hank get tested for a learning disability. Hank did have a learning disability and he was able to get the help he needed. ( )
  DaliaL. | Feb 1, 2016 |
I Got a D in Salami is a wonderful realistic fiction chapter book for children. It follows the journey of a young boy names Hank who tries to avoid showing his bad grades to his parents. Through his journey he has many ups and downs including his report card ending up in the salami grinder. Towards the closing of the story he finds out he has learning difficulties and starts to learn ways to cope with them.
  Jcadd13 | Feb 10, 2015 |
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