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Slides from webinar for State Library of North Carolina March 4, 2009

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Día de los Niños - Día de los Libros Día de los Niños - Día de los Libros Presentation Transcript

  • Día de los Niños- Día de los Libros Linking children of all languages and cultures with books
  • Webinar Presenters
    • Veronica Corral: Bilingual Outreach Specialist [email_address]
    • Meryle A. Leonard: Outreach Manager [email_address]
    • Irania Patterson: Bilingual Outreach Specialist [email_address]
    • Webinar Producers: Lori Reed & Jason Hyatt
    • Learn about the state wide initiative to celebrate Día de los Niños in our libraries.
    • Learn about the history of Día.
    • Receive new and exciting free Día program ideas.
    • Gain information on marketing and planning your event.
  • Just the Facts…
    • Population for North Carolina 8, 856, 505
    • Hispanic or Latino Population: 57,385.5 (6.7% of total population)
    • Other nationalities make up 9.7% of the population
    • Several sources reported an estimated increase in the Spanish and international population.
  • Why should North Carolina be a Día state?
    • More outreach to Latino/International population
    • Implement library mission
    • Community building
    • Increased circulation especially of Hispanic/International material
    • Library buy-in
    Possible Outcomes of Día Celebration:
  • Children’s Day Children are the future of our nation. Let's show respect for children. Children who grow up with ridicule and contempt from others will become people who disrespect others, while children who grow up with respect from others will become people who respect others in turn. -Pang Chong-hwan, founder of Korean Children's Day
  • Did you know…?
    • It’s an International Holiday
    • First International Children’s day is October 1953
    • Universal Children’s Day adopted by United General Assembly in 1954
    • In 1989 the Convention of the Rights of the Child was signed
  • What was the Purpose…
    • Encourage each country to institute a day for children
    • Promote well being for children
    • Promote understanding between children
  • Children from all countries!
  • Here’s how some celebrate…
  • India
    • November 12 th
    • Teachers perform for students
    • Movies and lunch
    • Networks air children’s programs
    • Cultural Events
  • Kodomo no hi
    • May 5 th
    • Koinobori
    • Baths with iris leaves and roots
    • Kids Olympics
    • Kyogen (Comic Theatre)
  • Christmas in April
    • April 23
    • Gifts for children
    • No school
    • Patriotic activities
    • President for the day
  • How did it get to the US?
    • Mexico- April 30
    • Pat Mora
    • El Día de los niños/ El día de libros
  • Here in the States
    • Chicago, IL
    • Austin, TX
    • FT. Lauderdale, FL
    • Covington, KY
    • Charlotte, NC
  • Goals of Día
    • Honoring children and childhood
    • Promoting literacy and the importance of linking all children to books, languages, and cultures
    • Honoring home languages and cultures, and thus promoting bilingual and multilingual literacy in this multicultural nation, and global understanding through reading;
    • Involving parents as valued members of the literacy team
    • Promoting library collection development that reflects our plurality
  • Children, дети, niños, enfants, 子供たち , crianças
  • Día Program Ideas
  • Book based-Story programs
    • Reading makes immigrants of us all. It takes us away from home, but, most importantly, it finds homes for us everywhere.
    • Against Borders
    • BY HAZEL ROCHMAN
    • Good books are never about only one theme.
    • “ Multiculturalism is not found in books. Publishers should not have to make multicultural books, what we all have to make are multicultural readers. In other words, a reader open to possibilities, a reader open to see the world from different perspectives, open to recognize and understand the differences, sensible to the richness of his own culture and the culture of others, a reader who realizes who he is and accepts others.
  • We are a Rainbow
      • Talk about difference and similarities around US children and children around the world, during, and after reading.
      • Identify meanings of terms unique to the language and culture.
      • Learn that no matter what language, we speak we all share many things in common and that makes us friends.
    Nancy María Grande Tabor
  • We are a Rainbow extension activities
    • Play games around the world and find similarities
    • Ring around the rosey
    • Ring around the rosey
    • Pocket full of posey
    • Ashes, ashes
    • We all fall down
    • A la rueda rueda
    • A la rueda rueda de pani canela
    • Dame un besito y vete a la escuela
    • Si no quieres ir acuéstate a dormir
  • We are a Rainbow extension activities
    • Games:
    • Red light, Green light game: Luz roja, luz verde
    • Musical chairs: Las sillas
    • Hot potato: Papa caliente
    • The ribbon/ La cinta by uncle Rabbit and uncle Tigre.
    • Reflection time:
    • ƨAre we as different as we think?
    • ƨWhat favorite song or game would you teach to a child from another culture?
    • ƨWhen are we different, what situations made us different?
    • ƨWhat make us similar?
  • Friendship books
    • Monty (in English)
    • James Stevenson E
    • Monty (in Spanish)
    • James Stevenson J468
    • Tres Amigos/Three Friends
    • Maria Cristina Brusca E
    • Somos un Arco Iris/We Are a Rainbow
    • Nancy María Grande Tabor J370.117
    • My Steps
    • Sally Derby E
    • Mi Escalera
    • Sally Derby J468
    • Rainbow Fish to the Rescue!
    • Marcus Pfister E
    • ¡El Pez Arco Iris al Rescate!
    • Marcus Pfister J468
    • Margaret and Margarita
    • Lynn Reiser E
  • Plays and drama activities
    • Example: Borreguita and the Coyote. By Verna Aardema
    • Habia una vez una granja, a farm at the foot of a mountain, there once lived a little ewe lamb. Her master called her simply Borreguita , which means “little lamb.”
    • One day, Borreguita’s master tied her to a stake in a field. The lamb was eating lush plants when a coyote came along.
    • The coyote growled, “ Grr! Borreguita, I’m going to eat you up!”
    • Borreguita bleated, “ Baa-a-a-a. baa-a-a-a ! Oh, Señor Coyote, I would not fill you up. I am as thin as a palo , a stick. When I have eaten all this clover, I shall be fat. You may eat me then .”
    • “ Está bien . That is good,” he said. “When you are fat, I shall come back.”
  • Code switching books
    • Gustavo was the worst marichi in the whole world….
    • Put down la trompeta
  • Codeswitching Books
  • TPR Books Total Physical response
    • The Great Big Enormous Turnip by Alexei Tolstoy
    • Stone Soup/ Sopa de Piedras by Marcia Brown
    • We Are Going On A Bear Hunt/Vamos a Cazar un Oso by Rosen, Michael
    • The Duckling and The Chick by Ginsburg, Mirra
    • Yo Tenía Un Hipopótomo/I Had a Hippopotamus by Lee, Hector Riveros
    • La Oruga Muy Hambrienta/ The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
    • Mama Provi and the Pot of Rice by Casanova, Silvia Rosa
    • The Bossy Gallito by González Lucía
    • ¿Is your Mom a Llama? By Guarino, Deborah
    • Caps for Sale by Slobodkina, Esphyr
    • Bark Jorge by Feiffer, Jules
  • TPR Books
  • Bingo Libro
  • Abuelitas’s Heart Córdova, Amy E Oversize Abuela Dorros, Arthur E Oversize The Adventure of Connie and Diego/ Las Aventuras de Connie y Diego García, María E García El Pez Arco Iris al Rescate Pfister, Marcus J568 Oversize Al Amanecer Ackerman, Karen J468 The Baby Chicks Sing/ Los Pollitos Dicen Chorao, Kay J398.8 The Bossy Gallito/El Gallo de Bodas Gonzalez, Lucia E Oversize Con Mi Hermano/With My Brother Roe, Eileen E Roe Everybody Has Feelings: Todos Tenemos Sentimientos Charles, Avery E Charles The Golden Flower: A Taino Myth from Puerto Rico Jaffe, Nina E Oversize Isla Dorros, Arthur E Dorros La Pequeña Locomotora Que Sí Pudo Ada, Alma Flor J468 Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems/ Jitomates Risueños y Otros Poemas de Primavera Alarcón, Francisco J811 Oversize Listen to the Desert/Oye al Desierto Mora, Pat EPat Where Fireflies Dances Corpi, Lucha E Corpi Tortillas Para Mamá and Other Nursery Rhymes Griego, Margot J398.8
  • Musical programs
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  • La Fiesta de Enriqueta Enriqueta's Party Collaborations with schools
  • Don Javier tenía un rancho muy grande y verde llamado “ Bella Enriqueta”. Le dió este nombre en honor a su única hija Enriqueta que en pocos días celebraría su cumpleaños. Don Javier owned a big green ranch called “Bella Enriqueta”. It was named after his only daughter, Enriqueta, who would soon celebrate her birthday. 1
  • Día is for all children
  • Planning and Marketing your Día Celebration …on a tight budget!
  • Día De Los Niño's Need Being Addressed Target Audience Evaluation Marketing Time Line Community Collaborations
  • Planning for April Event Begins in December
    • Identify Día team
    • Day, time location of event
    • Possible guest
    • Budget including possible grants
    • Publicity
    • Program schedule
    • Staff training
    • Branch activities
  • Guest Speakers
    • Authors and Illustrators (Budget permits)
    • Local celebrities
    • School officials
    • Staff and colleagues (International population)
    • Suggestions
    • Youth or Children’s Services Staff
    • Finance Department
    • Communications/Marketing Department
    • Safety and Security
    • Colleagues within the system
    Internal Partners
    • Park and Recreation
    • Public and Private Schools
    • Arts Associations
    • Public Television (WTVI)
    • Volunteers
    • Colleges and Universities
    • Business (Target)
    Community Partners
  • Marketing Your Event
    • 3-4 weeks before scheduled program
    • International newspapers
    • Papers that target families
    • Radio Ads
    • Flyers
    • Within library branches
    • Others
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  • Creating a Budget
    • Program Budget
    • Author visit
    • Publicity
    • Books
    • Craft Material
    • Contract Workers
    • Workshops (2)
    • Miscellaneous
    • Total
  • Evaluations
    • Evaluate all programs offered for Día de Los Ninos
    • Use the opportunity to evaluate your participants about Día and other library services.
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