Ten Mice for Tet

Ten Mice Tet for ByPegiDeitzShea andCynthia Weill Illustrations by Tô Ngọc Trang Embroidery by Phạm Viết Ðinh AboutTet Tết Nguyên Ðàn (pronounced Tet Nyen Don) is the. Text © 2003 by Pegi Deitz Shea. Illustrations © 2003 by Cynthia ...

Ten Mice for Tet

It's time for Tet! This vibrant, unique counting book introduces children to the rich traditions of the Vietnamese New Year. A playful village of mice lead young readers through the joyful celebration, as exquisitely embroidered illustrations recreate ten scenes of preparation, gift giving, feasting, and firework displays. With simple text followed by an informative afterword, Ten Mice for Tet is a joyful tribute to a special holiday.

Mistakes We Have Made

Feast for Ten Cathryn Falwell, Counting book with an African American family preparing dinner 1993 Ten Mice for Tet Pegi Deitz Shea & Cynthia Weill, 2003 Counting book on the topic of the Vietnamese New Year The Librarian Who Measured ...

Mistakes We Have Made

2021 SPE Outstanding Book Award Honorable Mention Mistakes We Have Made: Implications for Social Justice Educators is an edited collection from eleven authors with a wealth of experience teaching in K-12 schools and utilizing culturally relevant practices. This book is current with social justice research and strategies, while connecting to the audience through personal vignettes in each chapter. The personal connection of research supported ideas to help new teachers avoid the authors' early career mistakes in the classroom is at the center of this text. The content is organized into three themes: Inclusive Classrooms, Curriculum Implementation, and Professionalism. Reflection questions are provided at the end of each chapter, which will guide the practitioners to self-reflect and plan next steps accordingly. The e-book provides links to videos, strategies, articles, and other supplemental resources to make this text a “one-stop shop.” Mistakes We Have Made speaks to several audiences, from pre-service teachers to new teachers, to any practitioner that needs a new perspective on teaching with a social justice lens. It can be used as a text in a variety of college courses, professional development workshops, or as a gift for new teachers. Perfect for courses such as: Social Justice for Educators | Diverse Perspectives for Educational Leaders | Diversity and Multiculturalism | Sociocultural Foundations in Education | Issues in Education | Elementary Teacher Foundations | Sociology of Education

El D a de Los Ni os El D a de Los Libros

Ten Mice for Tet! by Pegi Dietz Shea and Cynthia Weill. Mice prepare for the Vietnamese Tet celebration, from one mouse planning the party to ten mice watching fireworks. Notes provide pronunciation guidance for Vietnamese words and ...

El D  a de Los Ni  os El D  a de Los Libros

A celebration of children, families, and reading held annually since 1996, Children's Day/Book Day (known as Día) emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. This collection presents the best of fifteen years of Día programming ideas.

Multicultural Picturebooks

Ten Mice for Tet . Illustrated by To Ngoc Trung du Pham Viet Dinh . San Francisco : Chronicle , 2003. 30pp . Grades ProS - 3 . " lis time for Tet ” say the parading mice . In brief , simple sentences we count with them from one to ten ...

Multicultural Picturebooks

An annotated bibliographyof picturebooks about non-European countries and cultures around the world, with an emphasis on the illustrations and the emotional impact they carry.

Handbook of Epigenetics

See Ten-eleven translocation (TET) Tet1 and Tet2 expression, 269 TET-assisted bisulfite sequencing (TAB-seq), 131 Tet1/2 double knockout mice, 269 TET enzymes. See Ten-eleven translocation (TET) enzymes Tet genes, 267 TET KO mice ...

Handbook of Epigenetics

Handbook of Epigenetics: The New Molecular and Medical Genetics, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive analysis of epigenetics, from basic biology, to clinical application. Epigenetics is considered by many to be the new genetics in that many biological phenomena are controlled, not through gene mutations, but rather through reversible and heritable epigenetic processes. These epigenetic processes range from DNA methylation to prions. The biological processes impacted by epigenetics are vast and encompass effects in lower organisms and humans that include tissue and organ regeneration, X-chromosome inactivation, stem cell differentiation, genomic imprinting, and aging. The first edition of this important work received excellent reviews; the second edition continues its comprehensive coverage adding more current research and new topics based on customer and reader reviews, including new discoveries, approved therapeutics, and clinical trials. From molecular mechanisms and epigenetic technology, to discoveries in human disease and clinical epigenetics, the nature and applications of the science is presented for those with interests ranging from the fundamental basis of epigenetics, to therapeutic interventions for epigenetic-based disorders. Timely and comprehensive collection of fully up-to-date reviews on epigenetics that are organized into one volume and written by leading figures in the field Covers the latest advances in many different areas of epigenetics, ranging from basic aspects, to technologies, to clinical medicine Written at a verbal and technical level that can be understood by scientists and college students Updated to include new epigenetic discoveries, newly approved therapeutics, and clinical trials

Travel the Globe

Ten Mice for Tet. Illustrated by To Ngoc Trang. Embroidery by Pham Vié't Dinh. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2003. (36 pages) A simple counting book sharing highlights about the important holiday of Tet. More details about Tet are ...

Travel the Globe

This book assists the busy professional with ready-to-use materials to present entertaining, educational, and age-appropriate programs that introduce young learners to countries and cultures around the world.

Discovering Craft Villages in Vietnam

Ten itineraries around Hà Nội Sylvie Fanchette, Nicholas Stedman ... Mr. Định has completed several ambitious projects, including recently the magnificent illustrations for a children's book, called “Ten Mice for Tet!

Discovering Craft Villages in Vietnam

With their festivals and traditional industries, their commun halls, pagodas, temples, and vernacular buildings, the villages around Hà Nội possess a rich body of cultural, architectural and craft heritage. Less than one hour from the capital are over 500 specialist craft villages, producing an array of religious or artistic objects, as well as food products, industrial goods, textiles, basketware and much more. Despite the trials and tribulations Vietnam has endured, these traditions have remained alive; today they constitute the basis of material, social and spiritual culture among the village communities of the Red River delta. The artisans themselves, and their local institutions, see cultural tourism as a way of further improving the fortunes of the craft village communities and bringing their heritage to wider attention. Until recently, few guides or tourists had forayed into these settlements, some of which are lost in the maze of routes and tracks that criss-cross the rice paddies of the Hà Nội hinterland. The history and skills they harbour have been inaccessible to all but a few specialists. Few of the villages are signposted, yet between them they are home to three quarters of the architectural, religious and craft heritage of the upper delta. This book, the fruit of several years' research by specialists working in northern Vietnam, comprises ten itineraries, blending potted histories, legends, descriptions of craft techniques, signposted walks and maps, designed to introduce travellers and lovers of Vietnamese culture to forty or so villages around Hà Nội. Many of us have seen their wares on sale in shops in and around the 36 streets of Hà Nội Old Quarter or in other cities in West. This book is about the true lives and enduring skills of the nameless artisans who made them.

Get Real with Storytime 52 Weeks of Early Literacy Programming with Nonfiction and Poetry

Ten Mice for Tet. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 2003. Mice from one to ten prepare to celebrate the Vietnam- ese new year. One sentence per page and embroidered illustrations give a quick introduction to the holiday.

Get Real with Storytime  52 Weeks of Early Literacy Programming with Nonfiction and Poetry

This is a complete, year-long programming guide that shows librarians how to integrate nonfiction and poetry into storytime for preschool children in order to build literacy skills and overall knowledge. • Helps librarians meet children's interests in "real stuff" and reach more children—especially boys—in storytime • Provides new and effective ways to build early literacy skills using a unique blend of the "literary" and the "real" • Supports national and state standards that emphasize the use of more nonfiction and informational text • Enables librarians to make better use of their existing collections

Cool Story Programs for the School Age Crowd

... 26 Tale of Despereaux , 104 Tale of Tricky Fox , 68 Tasty Baby Belly Buttons , 90 Tavares , Matt , 168 Taylor , Theodore , 83 Teacher Appreciation Day , 36 Teeny Tiny Teacher , 35 Ten Mice for Tet , 119 Thanks , Mom , 119 That Pesky ...

Cool Story Programs for the School Age Crowd

Offers eighteen offbeat literary programs featuring creepy, dirty, and stinky stories that will appeal to young readers.

Multicultural Literature and Response

Simple concept books that explore the alphabet, counting, or colors such as Just a Minute: A Trickster Tale and Counting Book (Morales, 2003); Ten Mice for Tet (Shea & Weill, 2003); and Spicy Hot Colors/Colores picantes (Shahan, ...

Multicultural Literature and Response

All students need access to books in which they can see themselves--not just their physical appearance, but their culture and language, as well. "Multicultural Literature and Response: Affirming Diverse Voices" was written to help teachers and librarians find and use the best multicultural books in the service of reading comprehension and more. Underscoring the necessity of selecting quality literature that authentically, sensitively, and accurately portrays different groups, the book defines multicultural literature and provides a strong argument for its importance in schools and libraries. Expert contributors guide users to multicultural authors and illustrators who portrays U.S. ethnic and cultural groups, and they suggest ways to integrate this literature with writing, fluency development, storytelling, and audiovisuals. Extensive lists of books and websites that feature multicultural literature, as well as of authors, illustrators, and publishers of multicultural literature, make it easy to include such works in programs across the curriculum.

Literature Based Teaching in the Content Areas

Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman. Morales, Y. (2003). Just a minute: A trickster tale and counting book. San Francisco: Chronicle Books. (Spanish) Shea, P. D., & Weil, C. (2003). Ten mice for tet! San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

Literature Based Teaching in the Content Areas

Grounded in theory and best-practices research, this practical text provides teachers with 40 strategies for using fiction and non-fiction trade books to teach in five key content areas: language arts and reading, social studies, mathematics, science, and the arts. Each strategy provides everything a teacher needs to get started: a classroom example that models the strategy, a research-based rationale, relevant content standards, suggested books, reader-response questions and prompts, assessment ideas, examples of how to adapt the strategy for different grade levels (K–2, 3–5, and 6–8), and ideas for differentiating instruction for English language learners and struggling students. Throughout the book, student work samples and classroom vignettes bring the content to life.

Working Mother

Ten Mice for Tet, by Pegi Deitz Shea and Cynthia Weill ($16, Chronicle Books). Learn all about Vietnamese New Year (January 22) with this book's simple tales and exquisite embroidered illustrations of feasts, fortunes and fireworks.

Working Mother

The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.

Artsy Toddler Storytimes

Book #1 My First Chinese New Year by Karen Katz Book #2 Ten Mice for Tet by Pegi Deito Shea and Cynthia Weill, illustrated by Tō Ngoe Trang, embroidery by Pham Viet Ðinh If You See a Monster Book #2 Go Away, Big.

Artsy Toddler Storytimes

For toddlers, every storytime can be a new adventure, while art activities are important for developing impulse control, hand-eye coordination, and fine motor dexterity in the hands. Hopkins’ new book fuses them together. Designed for children ages 1 to 3 years old, the book’s 52 storytimes promote pre-reading skills such as print motivation, vocabulary, and narrative skills. Based on themes familiar to children, including bears, bugs, springtime,clothing and hats, flowers and gardens, weather, music, pets, transportation, pirates, and many more, each storytime includes a list of books, action songs or rhymes along with their words, a flannelboard experience, plus instruction for two to three art activities. This complete toddler storytime resource also includes An introduction which discusses the differences between art activities and craft activities, a toddler’s ability in creating art, and why children this age should be exposed to art activities Advice for using different art mediums, such as food, plus important safety considerations Pointers on conducting playful yet educational storytimes Tips for finding inexpensive art materials, with a list of recommended supplies to keep on hand More than 100 drawings, all easy to reproduce and modify Weblinks to “Artsy Helper Sheets,” downloadable supplements complete with phrases, tips, and tricks that inform parents and caregivers about the benefits of doing art activities with toddlers Pick up Hopkins' book and you'll be ready to conduct a storytime within moments!

Bright Ribbons Weaving Culturally Responsive Teaching Into the Elementary Classroom

(2007) Albert Whitman Ten Mice for Tet by Pegi Deitz Shea, Cyntia Weill, & Ngoc Trang (illus.), (2003) Chronicle Recipe Recipe and history for New Year's Southern “Good Luck Hoppin' John” ...

Bright Ribbons  Weaving Culturally Responsive Teaching Into the Elementary Classroom

Weave culturally responsive teaching into every lesson and activity With an array of practical tips, model lessons, and resources, this book will inspire you to weave a holistic tapestry of teaching and learning that lets every child shine. You’ll learn: How to use culturally responsive teaching (CRT) not as an add-on, but as a philosophy that infuses every aspect of the school day Simple strategies for weaving the seven principles of CRT into all lessons and activities, including morning greetings, transition times, and group work How to be more self-reflective to better appreciate and unlock students’ unique gifts

Deepening Literacy Learning

Ten mice for Tet. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle. Shin, Sun Yung, & Kim Cogan (Illus.). (2004). Cooper's lesson. San Francisco, CA: Children's Book Press. Smith, Charles R., & Bryan Collier (Illus.). (2007). Twelve rounds to glory: The ...

Deepening Literacy Learning


Teaching Young Children in Multicultural Classrooms Issues Concepts and Strategies

Ten mice for Tet! San Francisco: Chronicle Books. Tran, T. (2003). Going home, coming home/ve nha, tham que huong. New York: Children's Press. Middle Eastern and Arabic Americans Cleveland, R. (2006). The magic apple: A folktale from ...

Teaching Young Children in Multicultural Classrooms  Issues  Concepts  and Strategies

TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN IN MULTICULTURAL CLASSROOMS: ISSUES, CONCEPTS, AND STRATEGIES, 5th Edition, covers the historical, theoretical, political, and sociological aspects of multicultural education as it relates to young children. Featuring practical guidelines, curriculum suggestions, case studies, and techniques for use in the classroom, this comprehensive resource is appropriate for those studying to become early childhood educators and for practicing professionals. Updated with new research, statistics, and demographic data, the fifth edition also features a full-color design, numbered learning objectives correlated to section heads, expanded coverage of standards, more opportunities for reflection, a variety of individual and group activities, updated children's literature lists, and a prominent emphasis on the benefits of teaching multiculturalism from a global perspective. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Something about the Author

In Ten Mice for Tet ! -a collaboration with fellow Connecticut resident Cynthia Weill — Shea creates a counting book for children based on the Vietnamese New Year : the Tet . Shea and Weill incorporate ten mice as their central ...

Something about the Author

An easy-to-use source for librarians, students and other researchers, each volume in this series provides illustrated biographical profiles of approximately 75 childrens authors and artists. This critically acclaimed series covers more than 12, 000 individuals, ranging from established award winners to authors and illustrators who are just beginning their careers. Entries typically cover: personal life, career, writings, works in progress, adaptations, additional sources. A cumulative author index is included in each odd-numbered volume.

Ten Mice for Tet

Ten Mice for Tet


Cancer Research

... was compared when Tet was given either prenatal ( pre ) or postnatally ( post ) ; in both cases heterozygous BRG1 pups show more robust rearrangement compared with the mice carrying the homozygous floxed BRG1 alleles . Ten mice were ...

Cancer Research


The Epigenome and Developmental Origins of Health and Disease

See Ten-eleven translocation (TET) TET3. See Ten-eleven translocation methylcytosine dioxygenase-3 (TET3) Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD), 158, 325, 378–380 Tfm. See Testicular feminized mice (Tfm) TGF. See Transforming growth factor ...

The Epigenome and Developmental Origins of Health and Disease

The Epigenome and Developmental Origins of Health and Disease synthesizes the existing knowledge on how the in utero environment could be the most important environment in shaping later risk for various diseases or to conversely promote the health of the offspring. The book mines the existing literature from a variety of disciplines from toxicology to nutrition to epigenetics to reveal how contrasting maternal in utero environmental changes might be leading to epigenetic convergence and the resulting deleterious phenotypic and physiological effects in our offspring. It is increasingly becoming apparent that even subtle changes in the mother’s diet, stress, and exposure to low concentrations of toxic chemicals at levels deemed safe by the EPA and FDA, such as endocrine disrupting compounds (EDC), can dramatically impact the health of our children, possibly leading to metabolic, cardiovascular, immunological, neurobehavioral disorders, and increased risk for cancer to list but a few examples. Informs how everyday choices pregnant women make can impact child development Ties together how in utero environmental changes may be inducing epigenetic changes in the offspring leading to overlapping phenotypes regardless of the initial insult (toxic, nutrition, or stress) Includes a boxed-in area in each chapter for further references and resources to keep up with the field Features video interviews with the authors and other key leaders in the field