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  • 1. NAKED READING
    DISCOVERING HOW TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO READ
  • 2. Teri S. Lesesne(rhymes with insane!)
    For Colorado Language Arts Society Conference
    October 2010
  • 3. Where is the presentation?
    www.slideshare.net/professornana
    http://professornana.livejournal.com
  • 4.
  • 5. Here is the real problem…
    People are so desperate to raise test scores that we could well end up with a nation full of kids who can pass tests but can neither read critically nor enjoy the act of reading itself.
    P. David Pearson
    February 2003
  • 6. Why Naked Reading?
    A naked child
    A drive with an author
    Some great research findings
    A late night inspiration
  • 7. The naked child in question
  • 8. A drive with an author
  • 9. The research?
    Vickey Giles, 2006
    Karen Sue Gibson, 2003
    Replicating Livaudais, 1982
  • 10. The questions?
    What could someone do BEFORE you read to make you WANT/HATE to read?
    What could someone do AFTER you read to make you WANT/HATE to read?
  • 11.
  • 12. CREATING AND SUSTAINING
    READ ALOUD IN EXCITING VOICE
    LISTEN TO AUDIOBOOKS
  • 13. CREATING AND SUSTAINING
    MEET THE AUTHOR
    “SPECIALIZE” IN AUTHOR
  • 14. CREATING AND SUSTAINING
    LET ME PICK ANY BOOK I LIKE
    USE READING LADDERS TO HELP THEM DEVELOP
  • 15. CREATING AND SUSTAINING
    HAVE A CLASSROOM LIBRARY
    TAKE THEM TO THE LIBRARY
  • 16. CREATING AND SUSTAINING
    SEE THE MOVIE BASED ON THE BOOK
    HAVE THEM CREATE BOOK TRAILERS
    Catching Fire Book Trailers In Head-To-Head Combat | YA Book Shelf
  • 17. CREATING AND SUSTAINING
    READING BOOKS WITH PICTURES IN THEM
    STUDYING GNs and MANGA
  • 18. The late night inspiration?
    T-A-R-G-E-T
  • 19. T-A-R-G-E-T
    TRUST
    ACCESS
    RESPONSE
    GUIDANCE
    ENTHUSIASM
    TWEEN AND TEEN APPEAL
  • 20. T-A-R-G-E-TING READERS
  • 21. TRUST
    WE NEED TO BE THE EXPERTS
    OR WE RUN THE RISK
    OF PROGRAMS TAKING OVER
  • 22. Latest “research” from accelerated reader
    22
  • 23. 5th grade
    23
  • 24. 6TH GRADE
    24
  • 25. 7TH GRADE
    25
  • 26. 8TH GRADE
    26
  • 27. TRUST means knowing the books they need and want
  • 28. TRUST means listening to them
    Humor
    mystery
  • 29. TRUST kids’ preferences
    nonfiction
    nonfiction
  • 30. A is for ACCESS
  • 31. ACCESS
  • 32. R IS FOR RESPONSE
  • 33. R-E-S-P-O-N-S-E
  • 34. G IS FOR GUIDANCE
  • 35. GUIDANCE
  • 36. E IS FOR ENTHUSIASM
  • 37. ENTHUSIASM
  • 38. TWEEN AND TEEN APPEAL
  • 39. APPEAL
  • 40. Appealing (and appalling?)
  • 41. WHAT WE HOPE TO DO:
  • 42. NEW RULES
    You have the right to read the last chapter first.
    You have the right to read the last chapter first and then put the book back on the shelf.
  • 43. NEW RULES
    You have the right to ignore all critics.
    You have the right to read the book spine of the person sitting next to you, even on a plane. And if you can't make it out, you have the right to ASK.
    43
  • 44. New Rules
    You have the right to stop reading a book whenever you decide it's not worth the effort, or that you simply don't like it.
    You have the right to refuse to read any book anyone else picks out for you. Even if it's a birthday present.
  • 45. NEW RULES
    When you find that you're dawdling on your way back to a book, ditch it.
    45
  • 46. Finally…
    You have the right to read a book and not take a test or create a diorama or write a report or do ANYthing.
    46
  • 47. You also have the right to read
    SpeakLoudly.org
  • 48. manifesto
    To you zealots and bigots and false
    patriots who live in fear of discourse.
    You screamers and banners and burners
    who would force books
    off shelves in your brand name
    of greater good.
  • 49. You say you’re afraid for children,
    innocents ripe for corruption
    by perversion or sorcery on the page.
    But sticks and stones do break
    bones, and ignorance is no armor.
    You do not speak for me,
    and will not deny my kids magic
    in favor of miracles.
  • 50. You say you’re afraid for America,
    the red, white and blue corroded
    by terrorists, socialists, the sexually
    confused. But we are a vast quilt
    of patchwork cultures and multi-gendered
    identities. You cannot speak for those
    whose ancestors braved
    different seas.
  • 51. You say you’re afraid for God,
    the living word eroded by Muhammed
    and Darwin and Magdalene.
    But the omnipotent sculptor of heaven
    and earth designed intelligence.
    Surely you dare not speak
    for the father, who opens
    his arms to all.
  • 52. A word to the unwise.
    Torch every book.
    Char every page.
    Burn every word to ash.
    Ideas are incombustible.
    And therein lies your real fear.
    — Ellen HopkinS,
    bestselling author of
    Crank , Fallen, Identical, and more