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Naked Reading N C T E

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  • 1. Creating Lifelong Readers with Teri S. Lesesne (rhymes with insane)
  • 2. 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
  • 3. We have to be the ones who know the kids and the books and how to put the two together.
  • 4.  TRUST  ACCESS  RESPONSE  GUIDANCE  ENTHUSIASM  TWEEN AND TEEN APPEAL
  • 5. WE NEED TO BE THE EXPERTS OR WE RUN THE RISK OF PROGRAMS TAKING OVER
  • 6. 8 What Kids Are Reading, 2011
  • 7. Overall Boys Girls Wimpy Kid 4 Wimpy Kid 3 Wimpy Kid 2 Wimpy Kid 1 Lightning Thief Lightning Thief Number the Stars
  • 8. Overall Boys Girls Wimpy 4 Outsiders Outsiders New Moon Lightning Thief Wimpy Kid Twilight Wimpy Kid 3 Eclipse Wimpy Kid 1 Lightning Thief Breaking Dawn
  • 9. Overall Boys Girls Outsiders (4.7) The Giver (5.7) Eclipse (4.5) Twilight Lightning Thief New Moon New Moon Wimpy Kid 4 Twilight Eclipse Wimpy Kid 1 Breaking Dawn
  • 10. Overall Boys Girls Twilight (4.9) Of Mice and Men (4.5) Twilight New Moon Twilight New Moon Eclipse Night (4.8) Breaking Dawn Breaking Dawn To Kill a Mockingbird (5.6) Eclipse Of Mice and Men New Moon Dear John (N Sparks) 5.5
  • 11. TTT Paper Towns Breaking Dawn Hunger Games City of Ashes Identical Eclipse HP and Deathly Hallows Vampire Academy Maximum Ride The Compound Hunger Games Kendra Right Behind You Identical Chains The Boy Who Dared Nation Waiting for Normal Quick Picks/BBYA
  • 12. HarperCollins Little Brown
  • 13. Brilliance Audio Candlewick
  • 14. Little Brown Scholastic
  • 15. Graphix
  • 16. Viking Pantheon
  • 17. Clarion Candlewick
  • 18. Simon and Schuster Balzer and Bray
  • 19. RB Flash Point Amulet
  • 20. McElderry Feiwel and Friends
  • 21. Philomel Hyperion
  • 22. FSG Holt/MacMillan
  • 23. Developmental physical character situation language
  • 24. Little Brown
  • 25. Knopf
  • 26. Schwartz and Wade
  • 27. Feiwel and Friends
  • 28. Walden Pond Press
  • 29. Walden Pond Press
  • 30. Egmont
  • 31. Wendy Lamb Books
  • 32. Candlewick
  • 33. Delacorte Hill and Wang
  • 34. Candlewick Press Scholastic
  • 35. Scholastic Amistad
  • 36. Simon and Schuster
  • 37. HarperCollins Penguin
  • 38. Wendy Lamb Tor/Forge
  • 39. READ ALOUD IN EXCITING VOICE LISTEN TO AUDIOBOOKS
  • 40. MEET THE AUTHOR “SPECIALIZE” IN AUTHOR
  • 41. LET THEM PICK ANY BOOK THEY LIKE HELP THEM GROW AS READERS
  • 42. HAVE A CLASSROOM LIBRARY TAKE THEM TO THE LIBRARY
  • 43. SEE THE MOVIE BASED ON THE BOOK HAVE THEM CREATE BOOK TRAILERS https://www.4s hared.com/vid eo/TuJaSVZ3/c ompound.htm l
  • 44. READING BOOKS WITH PICTURES IN THEM STUDYING GNs and MANGA
  • 45. Meet poets Read novels in verse
  • 46. Explore new worlds Imagine new worlds
  • 47. Knowing the classics Yes, I said classics
  • 48. TO DO THIS:
  • 49. You have the right to read the last chapter first.
  • 50. You have the right to read the last chapter first and then put the book back on the shelf. You have the right to refuse to read any book where you don't like the picture of the author. 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.
  • 51. 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. You have the right to refuse to read any book anyone else picks out for you. Even if it's a birthday present. 58
  • 52. 60 You have the right to read a book and not take a test or create a diorama or write a report or do ANYthing.
  • 53. Close to Famous- Joan Bauer YOU Killed Wesley Payne-Sean Beaudoin

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