DOWNLOAD THE APPWe have created an app for this presentation. Itincludes our contact information, covers of all thebooks, Twitter feeds for both Dr. Lesesne and Dr.Perry, plus the hashtag for #titletalk, and a section foryou to upload your pics of your favorite books or yourday at the conference.Visit this link from our Smartphone and follow thedirections to download the app.http://my.yapp.us/9C3UQJOr Scan this QR Code
Dr. Karin PerrySidekick and author ofAudioTalk in VOYA. (Audiotalk reviews andrecommendations.)
TURN AND TALKShare your favorite book(s) from yourchildhood with your neighbors.
COMMUNITY OF READERSReal Readers (not school time but life long):• Have no trouble coming up with titles• Share eagerly• Appreciate hearing about other books andother’s books• YOU’RE HERE ON JUNE 11th TO LEARNABOUT NEW BOOKS.
• Importance of reading for pleasure• TEACHERS• STUDENTS• Promoting books• NONFICTION• Content areas• Ladders in content areas• Narrative nonfiction vs. informational literature• BREAK• FICTION• APPS• Final share out of TBR books from presentationTOPICS FOR DISCUSSION TODAY
Reading for pleasure• Good for teachers AND for students
Benefits of reading for pleasureTeachers• Relaxation• Gain knowledge of texts,forms, formats• Create new communities• Forge new connectionswithin brain• Your thoughts?Students
Features of this ladder• Different genres• Biographies• Informational books• Different formats• GNs• Picture books• Chapter books• Novels• poetry
What’s the diff?Informational text• Information presented inlogical order(chronological,sequential, big idea-smalldetails)• Includes visuals (photos,charts, maps, graphs, etc.)Narrative nonfiction• Uses techniques of fictionwriting (“characterdevelopment”, pacing ,plot)• Tells a story• May include visuals
8 ways you can useVine to enhance yourreading instruction:
1. Use Vine videos to teach your students about inference. You canfilm a few shots of something (like I have done below) and then let thestudents discuss what they think is going on in the video, or whatcaused the scene. (LINK)2. Use Vine to make in-class projects more entertaining by havingstudents create and upload their own videos relating to lesson material.3. Have students re-create scenes from books they are reading usingVine to showcase their interpretation of the story.4. Get students excited about an upcoming unit by using Vine to createa unit preview.ALL 8 ideas can be found at: http://www.readinghorizons.com/blog/8-ways-to-use-vine-for-reading-instruction-in-classroom