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Heinemann boothbay revised (2)

  1. 1. Leading to Reading:Leading to Reading:Helping Readers Grow and Develop
  2. 2. @professornana@professornana
  3. 3. www.slideshare.net/www.slideshare.net/professornanaprofessornana
  4. 4. http://my.yapp.us/N4KDFM
  5. 5. Which are you and when?Which are you and when?
  6. 6. Growing Real ReadersGrowing Real Readers Community Access Routines Environment
  7. 7. CommunityCommunity
  8. 8. Community IICommunity II
  9. 9. Community Recommendations
  10. 10. Publishers, FB friends, #titletalk
  11. 11. Access
  12. 12. Access
  13. 13. RoutineRoutine
  14. 14. My routineMy routine
  15. 15. Classroom RoutineReading Aloud Booktalking
  16. 16. BOOKS WORTHTALKING ABOUT
  17. 17. Pairing texts
  18. 18. Blurring Genre Lines and MoreMagical Realism Greek Chorus
  19. 19. Narrators of Note
  20. 20. EnvironmentEnvironment
  21. 21. EnvironmentEnvironment
  22. 22. BookSurroundedbybooks
  23. 23. EnvironmentEnvironment
  24. 24. Some book recommendationsSome book recommendations
  25. 25. Narrative NonfictionNarrative Nonfiction
  26. 26. Narrative NonfictionNarrative Nonfiction
  27. 27. GNGN
  28. 28. GNGN
  29. 29. Historical FictionHistorical Fiction
  30. 30. Historical FictionHistorical Fiction
  31. 31. Traditional VariationsTraditional Variations
  32. 32. Traditional Meets FantasyTraditional Meets Fantasy
  33. 33. Animal FantasyAnimal Fantasy
  34. 34. HumorHumor
  35. 35. HumorHumor
  36. 36. Best. Organization. Ever.Best. Organization. Ever.
  37. 37. I ended my speech at the ALAN workshop(#alan12) with a revised reader bill of rights.  It isbased on the wonderful book,  Better thanLife by Daniel Pennac.  Here it is:Developing a Reader’sMind
  38. 38. Audio (classic)Audio (classic)
  39. 39. Odyssey WinnersOdyssey Winners
  40. 40. Frequently Challenged Books 2000-2010Harry Potter (series), by J.K. Rowling Alice series, by Phyllis Reynolds NaylorThe Chocolate War, by Robert CormierAnd Tango Makes Three, by Justin Richardson/Peter ParnellScary Stories (series), by Alvin SchwartzHis Dark Materials (series), by Philip Pullman ttyl; ttfn; l8r g8r (series), by Lauren MyracleThe Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky Fallen Angels, by Walter Dean MyersIt’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie HarrisCaptain Underpants (series), by Dav PilkeyForever, by Judy BlumeGo Ask Alice, by Anonymous King and King, by Linda de HaanGossip Girl (series), by Cecily von ZiegesarThe Giver, by Lois Lowry In the Night Kitchen, by Maurice Sendak
  41. 41. The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott FitzgeraldCatcher in the Rye, by J.D. SalingerThe Grapes of Wrath, by John SteinbeckTo Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper LeeThe Color Purple, by Alice WalkerBeloved, by Toni MorrisonThe Lord of the Flies, by William Golding1984, by George OrwellLolita, by Vladmir NabokovOf Mice and Men, by John SteinbeckCatch-22, by Joseph HellerBrave New World, by Aldous HuxleyAnimal Farm, by George OrwellThe Sun Also Rises, by Ernest HemingwayAs I Lay Dying, by William FaulknerA Farewell to Arms, by Ernest HemingwayTheir Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora Neale HurstonInvisible Man, by Ralph EllisonSong of Solomon, by Toni MorrisonMost Frequently Banned Classics
  42. 42. Mentor TextsMentor Texts
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