Moses Goes to a Concert

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Moses Goes to a Concert Moses and his school friends are deaf but like most children they have a lot to say They communicate in American Sigh Language using visual signs and facial expressions This is called signing And e

  • Title: Moses Goes to a Concert
  • Author: Isaac Millman
  • ISBN: 9780374453664
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • Moses and his school friends are deaf, but like most children, they have a lot to say They communicate in American Sigh Language, using visual signs and facial expressions This is called signing And even though they can t hear, they can enjoy many activities through their other senses Today, Moses and his classmates are going to a concert Their teacher, Mr Samuels, hMoses and his school friends are deaf, but like most children, they have a lot to say They communicate in American Sigh Language, using visual signs and facial expressions This is called signing And even though they can t hear, they can enjoy many activities through their other senses Today, Moses and his classmates are going to a concert Their teacher, Mr Samuels, has two surprises in store for them, to make this particular concert a special event.Isaac Millman tells Moses s story in pictures and written English, and in American Sign Language ASL , introducing hearing children to the signs for some of the key words and ideas At the end of the book are two full conversations in sign language and a page showing the hand alphabet.You can learn sign language, too.

    Moses Goes to a Concert Isaac Millman Moses Goes to a Concert Isaac Millman on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Moses and his school friends are deaf, but like most children, they have a lot to say They communicate in American Sigh Language Moses Goes to School Isaac Millman Moses Goes to School is a book written for children, and its language is well suited to informing the understandings of hearing children Far from being a linguistic primer in the morphology of American Sign Language written for college students and professors, it is instead a wonderful for way for children to physically interact with literature. Moses Moses m o z z, z s was a prophet in the Abrahamic religions, according to their holy books however, scholarly consensus sees Moses as a legendary figure and not a historical person According to the Hebrew Bible, he was adopted by an Egyptian princess, and later in life became the leader of the Israelites and lawgiver, to whom the authorship of the Torah, or acquisition of The Story of Moses and the Pharaoh dltk bible Children s Version When Moses and his brother Aaron got to Egypt the Lord told them what to do He said, Go to Pharaoh and tell him to let the Israelites go. Moses Bible Lessons, Crafts, Activities and Printables for The Moses Bible stories are among the most loved children s stories in the Bible We learn so much about God s protection, power and love God uses Moses in great ways to bring the Israelites out of bondage and to be their shepherd in the wilderness. The Tabernacle, Priesthood, and Sacrifices Exodus We ve spent considerable time looking at Moses the leader and his role in establishing a covenant relationship with Yahweh on behalf of the people. The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses Part THE Schemhamforas Which will certainly bring to light the Treasures of Earth, if buried in the Treasure Earth figure From the Arcan Bible of Moses. A SON SPEAKS OUT By Moses Farrow Moses, I believe you and applaud this hard truth that you have been made to reveal I regarding Mia s brother, John Farrow, who is a convicted child molestor, and What This Disputing about the Body of Moses Business Jude is a tiny book at the back of your Bible, second to the last, right before the book of Revelation, and immediately after John Even at verses, though, Jude isn t the smallest book in the Bible. The Israelite Exodus from Egypt The Israelite Exodus from Egypt, recounted in the Bible, tells of the oppression of the Israelites as slaves in Egypt, their flight from the country led by Moses and their journey through the wilderness before eventually settling in the Promised Land Strictly speaking, there has never been any

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    1. Lisa Vegan on said:

      Despite what I put in the “recommended to” field, I think this is a fine book for many children, including for showing all children it’s important to not put limitations on their goals just because of any limitations they might have.I read this book because it’s one of the June books for the Picture Books Club at the Children's Books group, the June theme being persons who have physical disabilities. In this book, the main character, Moses, and his schoolmates, are deaf, as is someone th [...]

    2. Eastofoz on said:

      This is an excellent story for young children. Moses is deaf and attends a school for deaf children. His teacher organizes a class trip to see a concert. The reader/listener learns how deaf children can appreciate and even learn to play music. What I really liked about the story is that it's focus wasn't just "these children are deaf" but it was also the story of a class trip where children learn about percussion instruments making the deaf part seem like just another regular aspect of the story [...]

    3. Manybooks on said:

      Moses attends a school for the deaf and Isaac Millman's Moses Goes to a Concert> (one of four picture books about Moses and his classmates) describes a class field trip to a music event for children. At the concert, Moses and his classmates are given balloons to hold on their laps (to feel the vibrations of the music, to listen to the concert with their bodies). After the concert, the children are invited backstage to meet the percussionist. She is deaf herself and follows the orchestra by fe [...]

    4. Kendra on said:

      Even without my emotional bias slanting my affections towards this book, it was super good. It's got lots of ASL signing in it, and shows how Deaf/HOH people can still appreciate music in full! Its positive message about not limiting yourself was lovely, and I never knew that thing about balloons, but it totally makes sense! Ten out of ten, will be looking to buy.

    5. Kathryn on said:

      Moses loves playing his new drum. Even though he is deaf, he can feel the vibrations in his hands and through the floorboards. So, he is very excited when his teacher announces that their (Deaf) class will be visiting a concert. And it's a wonderful surprise when the students discover that the percussionist in the orchestra is deaf, too! She teaches them that they can become anything they set their minds to.I really admire what Millman created in this picture book. While I'm not sure the story i [...]

    6. (NS) Brea M on said:

      Moses Goes to a Concert is about a boy named Moses, who is deaf. The story begins with Moses playing his new drum in his bedroom. The interesting part is that Moses plays with his shoes off so he can feel the vibrations of the drum through his feet. One day, Mr. Samuel, the teacher at Moses’ school for deaf children, plans a surprise field trip. The class ends up at an orchestra concert, positioned right in front of the percussionist. Mr. Samuel gives each child a balloon to hold during the co [...]

    7. Leane on said:

      I read this book back in college and I completely forgot how great it is! The author's note in the beginning about American Sign Language and the use of it in the book is very helpful for teachers and students unfamiliar with the language and signing. It also tells you how to interpret certain symbols like arrows which makes the book more accessible to teachers who want to practice sharing some of the signs with their students. The story describes Moses's field trip to a concert. Moses, along wi [...]

    8. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer on said:

      I like this book because it shows that deaf children can enjoy music even if they don't hear it. The story describes how Moses and his classmates from the deaf school go to a concert and feel the vibrations of the different instruments. This is my favorite of all the Moses books. Recommended!

    9. Jasmine on said:

      Moses and his class go to a concert, where they use Balloons to feel the music, and meet the percussionist, who is also Deaf! The art shows that this one was an early entry in the series, but it's still fun.

    10. Jenna Elliott on said:

      What can I write about Moses Goes to a Concert? It’s such a wonderfully written realistic fiction book that teaches the reader words and phrases in American Sign Language. There is also the alphabet in the back of the book as well. Moses and his classmates are deaf, and they go to an orchestra concert for a field trip, but seeing as the children are deaf, there is a problem that can be fixed when the children can hold balloons to ‘hear’ the orchestra play through the vibrations of the ball [...]

    11. A Allen on said:

      In this book a group of deaf children enjoy music through vibrations and meet a deaf musician. This book encourages children to be pursue whatever career they want as they grow up. I also enjoy that this book teaches short ASL sentences on almost every page.

    12. Karen on said:

      Moses Goes to a Concert is a book about a boy, Moses, who is deaf. He likes playing his drum because he can feel the vibrations. Moses and his class is going to a concert today. This is an interesting field trip because all of the students are deaf. The teacher gives them all a balloon when they get to the concert because it can help them feel the vibrations even more. They also get to meet the percussionist, which is very special to them, and they learn the lesson that no matter what your diffi [...]

    13. Dolly on said:

      This is an interesting and informative tale about how deaf people can "feel" music, enjoy a concert, and even make music themselves. There are four books that feature the little boy named Moses and from what I can tell, they all describe the activities of a hearing-impaired person and explain how they can still enjoy the same things we do. I like that different words (as well as the ASL alphabet) are included in the story, although I will admit that we had a bit of a difficult time trying to rec [...]

    14. Jenny Kwon on said:

      Moses Goes to a Concert is about a little boy named Moses who is deaf. Moses attends a school where many of his peers also have difficulty hearing. This book talks about Moses’ trip to attending a musical concert where the performers are also deaf. The book is appropriate for all kids in elementary school and uses age-appropriate language. It offers children questions to think about and consider how they would handle situations if they were deaf. The illustrations are also very accurate in ter [...]

    15. Rosie on said:

      Moses and his classmates are excited about their field trip to see a concert. At the concert, they learn that the percussionist is deaf like they are. She follows the orchestra in a unique way by feeling the vibrations of the instruments through her feet. During the concert, Moses is able to feel the music through a balloon. Afterwards, the children experiment with the different percussion instruments such as the cymbals, drums, and bells. Moses learns that he is able to become anything he wants [...]

    16. Alyccia on said:

      I really liked this book, I thought it was a very fun fun to show how deaf children can still experience things just like going to a concert of playing musical instruments. This book is a children's fictional story book and it was a pretty easy read that I think children would enjoy. The illustrations were very accurate to the story line and I feel like they would hold the children's interest. I also really loved the illustrations of Moses signing the words in the book, I thought it was very sma [...]

    17. Erica on said:

      This is a bilingual book (in English and ASL) that provides an extremely empowering portrayal of Deaf characters. Moses cannot hear music because he is Deaf, but he dreams of being a musician nonetheless. Instead of listening to music, like most hearing people do, Moses feels music through his feet. When Moses goes with his class on a field trip to a concert, they hold balloons, which transfer the music's vibrations to their hands. After the performance, they learn that the orchestra's percussio [...]

    18. Abbey Jenkins on said:

      Moses Goes to a Concert is a book that is different from most, but it is a great book! Moses is a boy who is deaf and goes to a school where all of his classmates are deaf as well. One day, Moses's class goes to a concert. They are all very excited. The teacher then says that he knows the percussionist and that she is deaf as well! She plays the concert without shoes so she can feel the vibrations of the orchestra with her feet. The students were handed balloons to keep in their laps so that the [...]

    19. Esther Choi on said:

      This story is about Moses and his school friends who are deaf. But even though they are deaf, they still communicate through signing. They go on a field trip to a music concert, but at this particular concert, they saw the conductor was barefoot. The students were given balloons to feel the vibrations of the music. Later, the students find out that the conductor is also deaf! This is a great story to show that students with disabilities do not have to be limited by their disability. It encourage [...]

    20. Laura West on said:

      Moses Goes to a Concert is an older book compared to some of the others I selected for this review assignment which shows slightly in its writing. I picked up once or twice that the book wasn't using first person language and was basically repeatedly saying Moses was deaf. Moses was deaf, that was a fact but I feel like the book could have told us more about him, gave Moses some background and character. I loved the incorporation of sign language imagery in the book, I feel the illustrations wer [...]

    21. Jennifer Zamis on said:

      I truly adore any book that stresses the idea that students with disabilities are not that different from students without them. Moses being a student who is deaf amongst he and his other classmates. It is inspiring for students who can not hear to still attend concerts and find unconventional ways to participate in activities with their peers. This will teach students equality and even a little bit of UDL by showing them how all students are different and must learn in different ways.

    22. Paige on said:

      Moses is a little boy who is deaf. He plays the drums, even though he cannot hear the drum being played Moses can feel the vibrations with his hands and feet. On day he goes on a field trip with his classmates, who are also deaf to an orchestra concert. The percussionist is a friend of the teacher and is deaf too, she follows the orchestra through the vibrations she feels with her stocking feet. Before the concert starts the teacher hands out balloons to each student, which will help them feel t [...]

    23. Hahnna Christianson on said:

      Moses and all of his classmates are going on a field trip to a concert. These children are all deaf and communicate through American Sign Language (ASL) with each other and their teacher. When they arrive at the concert their teacher tells them that the percussionist is also deaf! They hold balloons throughout the concert to feel the vibrations and enjoy every second of the concert. Afterwards the percussionist approaches the children and tells them that if they set their mind to something, they [...]

    24. Heather Willoughby on said:

      This book has a great story. It is an interactive story because on most of the pages there are illustrations showing you how to sign. The story is great because it shows how even if a person cannot hear they can still do incredible things like be a musician. The illustrations are simple, yet they can appeal to children with the bright colors. I would think second and third graders would enjoy this story most. They can understand the storyline and be able to read most of the words. I chose this b [...]

    25. Meltha on said:

      This book was really well done. The author provides extensive diagrams for ASL here, and the story itself was fascinating, following a group of Deaf children who attend a concert given in part by a Deaf percussionist. I've taken enough ASL to understand the majority of the signs given here, but I admit I had never thought about how Deaf people experience music, letalone are capable of playing it as well from a beat perspective. The overall message that Moses gives at the end is that people can b [...]

    26. Claire Minor on said:

      Moses Goes to a Concert is an extremely good book. It is an empowering book about Moses, a little boy who is deaf who goes to a concert with his class. Moses's classmates are deaf as well. When they get to the concert, the students learn that the percussionist is also deaf. This book focuses a lot on awareness and acceptance, as well as empowerment. This book is very positive when speaking about disabilities. The author provides hand signs on each page for the important words or sentences. I rea [...]

    27. Megan on said:

      In Moses Goes to a Concert, Moses and several of his classmates, all of whom are Deaf, have the opportunity to go on a field trip to a children's concert. While they are there, Moses learns an important lesson about aspirations and goals in life.The text in the book is accompanied by small American Sign Language lessons, allowing readers to try signing for themselves. Accessibility options for the Deaf children are also addressed, along with ways that the experience can be made better for them.M [...]

    28. Justin Fisher on said:

      This book is about Moses who is a deaf student and school for the deaf. Just like normal students, these students have a lot to say and they do so in their own special way, through signing. Sign Language is a wonderful thing to see and do as it shows you that there is not only one way to communicate in life. In the book Moses and his classmates attend a concert in a very special way. The kids hold onto balloons in their laps during the concert so they are able to feel the vibrations of the instr [...]

    29. Joleene Libby on said:

      Moses is a little boy who is going on a field trip with his school to a young people's concert. Moses and the other children from his school can't hear the sounds from the concert because they are deaf but they can feel the vibrations of the music with a special surprise that their teacher, Mr. Samuels, gives them. The children learn something special about the percussionist and learn that you can do anything when you set your mind to it.Favorite Line: “As the children climb onto the bus, they [...]

    30. Sophie on said:

      This book is about a school of Deaf children that goes on a field trip to a concert. They are excited about this surprise. It turns out that the teacher has a friend in the orchestra that is also Deaf. They enjoy the concert by feeling the vibrations and holding a balloon in their lap. After the concert they go and talk to the drummer who tells them they can achieve anything even though they are Deaf. This book is so important for both Deaf and hearing children. It shows Deaf children that they [...]

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