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    free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Walter Dean Myers Å 0 read & download This is an outstanding work blending vivid poetic images with rich collage illustrations Walter Dean Myers’ poem takes us into the vulnerable side of every soldier He uses contrasting images of the lush beauty of the forests of Vietnam and the searing danger of combat along with contrasting emotions of a cunning pursuit and the weary soldier’s longing for relief In addition he uses realistic details of combat to “put us t

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    [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Rebecca WeimertPicture BookPatrol An American Solider in Vietnam is a story from the point of view of the solider The solider describes what he is thinking and feeling as he waits for the enemy in the rice paddies of Vietnam He also describes the village and what he feels when he sees the enemy up close Althoug

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    [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Walter Dean Myers nevers disappoints His account of a young American soldier facing the enemy in combat is emotional intense and frightening This soldier's story is not told from moment to moment but rather emotion to emotion Desiri

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    read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Walter Dean Myers is one of my favorite authors and this picture book by him is a treasure A young African American soldier is in the rain forest of Vietnam He is preparing for a battle that involves villagers and unseen enemy No blo

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    free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers First person perspective of going to war Who's the enemy?

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    read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers Walter Dean Myers Å 0 read & download free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Personal ReviewThis is definitely not a picture book for small children I am in love with the fact that this story is told in poem format and th

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    [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Summary A young American soldier waits for his enemy rifle in hand finger on the trigger He is afraid to move and yet afraid not to move Gunshots crackle in the still air The soldier fires blindly into the distant trees at an unseen enemy He crouches and waits heart pounding tense and trembling biting back tears When will it all be over?Walter Dean Myers joined the army on his seventeeth birthday at the onset of American involve

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    [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Walter Dean Myers Å 0 read & download free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam Pages 40 Age range 8 or maybe a little older and upGenre PicturePoetryRaceCultureEthnic Group African AmericanSumm

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    free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam [Pdf/E–book] Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers Main Characters An unnamed American soldierSetting This story takes place in Vietnam during the Vietnam warGradeInterest Level Upper ElementaryReading Level 280 LGenre Historical Fiction Picture BookSummaryPatrol An American Soldier in Vietna

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  • Paperback
  • 40
  • Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam
  • Walter Dean Myers
  • English
  • 21 January 2020
  • 9780060731595

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read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Kes readers into the heart and mind of a young soldier in an alien land who comes face to face with the enemy Strikingly illustrated with evocative and emotionally wrenching collages by Caldecott Honor artist Ann Grifalconi this unforgettable portrait captures one American GL's haunting experienc. Main Characters An unnamed American soldierSetting This story takes place in Vietnam during the Vietnam warGradeInterest Level Upper ElementaryReading Level 280 LGenre Historical Fiction Picture BookSummaryPatrol An American Soldier in Vietnam written by Walter Dean Myers and illustrated by Ann Grifalconi is a very powerful story about the day in the life of an American soldier during the Vietnam war This story doesn t go into detail about the war but it doesn t need to Instead this story demonstrates the fear of a soldier during this war and the inner struggles fighting within one of the most prevalent being Who is the enemy Several times throughout the story the soldier thinks if his enemy is doing similar things as him One of the most interesting parts of the story is when the American soldiers enter a village and surround the enemies who consist of women farmers elders and crying babies At the end of the story the main character is shown writing a letter and saying I am so very tired of this war This story is powerful because it avoids showing the soldier as a fearless hero but instead as a young man who is confused and afraidClassroom UseOne of the things I loved about this book is that it is such a low reading level but covers very powerful themes and content This book would be a great read aloud to include in a history unit about the Vietnam war or any wars I believe that a lot of powerful conversations could come out of this text and I think it could be used as a great catalyst to discuss serious themes that this book presents

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read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ting back tears When will it all be overWalter Dean Myers joined the army on his seventeeth birthday at the onset of American involvement in Vietnam but it was the death of his brother in 1968 that forever changed his mind about warIn a gripping and powerful story poem the award winning author ta. Personal ReviewThis is definitely not a picture book for small children I am in love with the fact that this story is told in poem format and the illustrations really enhance the text with relevant details While it doesn t get too graphic it truly portrays what fighting in the Vietnam War was like for some soldiers This is an excellent pairing for Myers s Fallen Angels due to the same subject matter and the fact that it offers the same basic ideas in a different format while including illustrations This would be an excellent alternative book to Fallen Angels for students who A couldn t handle the language and graphic nature of Fallen Angels or B couldn t handle the length of the novel This gets the same idea across as Fallen Angels in a much shorter visual manner I will definitely buy this book for the collection if I end up in a middle or high school library This is one book however that I would not include in an elementary school collectionOfficial ReviewTitle of Resource Patrol An American Soldier in VietnamType of Resource Picture Book Pair for Fallen AngelsComplete Citation Myers W 2001 Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam New York HarperCollins PublishersOrdering Information Publisher HarperCollinsISBN 9780060283636Price 1695 PaperbackSOL English 114f Explain how the sound of a poem rhyme rhythm onomatopoeia repetition alliterationassonance and parallelism supports the subject mood and theme AND VirginiaUSHistory VUS13b The student will demonstrate knowledge of United States foreign policy since World War II by the describingthe American role in wars in Korea and VietnamStudentTeacher DescriptionI would put this book in the hands of a Language Arts or Social Studies teacher whose students are studying the Vietnam War and want an easy resource to supplement the study of the war or spur creative writing This book offers a personalized view of what the war was like for a soldier and is written in verse instead of prose I could also collaborate with language arts or social studies teachers to provide them additional resources on poetry the Vietnam War or activities for differentiated instruction either in the library or in the classroomParagraph Version Patrol offers a truthful view of what life was like for soldiers during the Vietnam War using details and illustrations Walter Dean Myers served in Vietnam and his brother was killed there He experienced many events that help him accurately portray a soldier s life during that time This would be a worthwhile picture book to use during the study of the Vietnam War in Social Studies or in 11th grade English when studying American Literature The rawness of emotions and simplicity of text make this an excellent addition to the study of a serious time in history This would be appropriate for an honors class regular class or remedial class since it presents a difficult subject in simple poetry but could inspire a range of assignments This book may be too intense for some students who are from war torn areas or whose parents are deployed or part of the military While Patrol doesn t explain the whole war it offers a deep look into one soldier s experiences while on patrol in the jungles of Vietnam by explaining the boy s feelings and actions The illustrations offer students a detailed look into the events and surroundings in Vietnam during war time The writing is gripping typical of Myers s style This is one of the few high school picture books that portray the Vietnam War experience Appropriate for all levels of students Patrol stands out as a welcome addition to any library to be enjoyed by students as well as Language Arts and Social Studies teachers Review Black Issues Book Review SeptOct 2002 p61

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read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Walter Dean Myers free read Patrol An American Soldier in Vietnam º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook VietnamA young American soldier waits for his enemy rifle in hand finger on the trigger He is afraid to move and yet afraid not to move Gunshots crackle in the still air The soldier fires blindly into the distant trees at an unseen enemy He crouches and waits heart pounding tense and trembling bi. Walter Dean Myers nevers disappoints His account of a young American soldier facing the enemy in combat is emotional intense and frightening This soldier s story is not told from moment to moment but rather emotion to emotion Desiring a reason to kill the enemy the soldier struggles with his plight but remains steadfast in his desire to stay alive We stare across the distance I know he wants me to lift my rifle to be the enemy I want him to lift his rifle I want him to turn away In a heartbeat we have learned too much about each otherThe story addresses the tradegy of the Vietnam War the difficult terrian the involvement of civilians and the dropping of bombs This book is intense The reading level is listed as third grade but the content is really appropriate for older readers It certainly provides a first person account of war A perspective young students don t often get to see