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FEBRUARY 2012

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  1. 1. LEADING TO READINGGreat Books and a Few Ideas for Using Them Teri Lesesne SHSU, Library Science
  2. 2. IDEA #1: BOOKTALKS How do they know where the good books are unless we tell them? How do they know where to go next for a book? How can we motivate the unmotivated? How can we do this quickly and ef fectively? What is cheap and easy?
  3. 3. BOOKTALKS: QUICK AND DIRT Y
  4. 4. BOOKTALKS: QUICK AND DIRT Y
  5. 5. BOOKTALKS: QUICK AND DIRT Y
  6. 6. BOOKTALKS: QUICK AND DIRT Y
  7. 7. BOOKTALKS: QUICK AND DIRT Y
  8. 8. MORE ELABORATE BOOKTALKS
  9. 9. MORE ELABORATE BOOKTALKS
  10. 10. MORE ELABORATE BOOKTALKS
  11. 11. MORE ELABORATE BOOKTALKS
  12. 12. VARIATIONS ON BOOKTALKS Shelf talkers Power point loops Video booktalks podcasts
  13. 13. SHELF TALKERS BMOC RecommendsSTUPID FAST by Geoff Herbach. Meet a very confusedFelton, a teen who has been beat up by bullies until thisyear when he discovered he can run stupid fast. “ If youwant to read something fantastically funny, pick up StupidFast. If you want to read something honest and refreshing,pick up Stupid Fast. I cant recommend this debut novelenough. Geoff Herbach has really impressed me and ICANT WAIT to read more of his work!"
  14. 14. POWER POINT LOOPS Give kids QR codes to scan and view later Keep them running in background Update with themes each month Here is an example
  15. 15. POWER POINT LOOP EXAMPLEhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8-psqOON-Y&feature=player_embedded
  16. 16. VIDEO BOOKTALK (TRAILER)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8-psqOON-Y&feature=player_embedded
  17. 17. PODCASThttp://www.katiedavis.com/79
  18. 18. IDEA #2: CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  19. 19. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  20. 20. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  21. 21. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  22. 22. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  23. 23. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  24. 24. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  25. 25. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  26. 26. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  27. 27. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  28. 28. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
  29. 29. READ ALIKES (IF YOU LIKE…) Hunger Games
  30. 30. SEEING STAARSReading across the genresPairing books on similar topics and themesUsing expository books for “practice”Mentor texts
  31. 31. READING ACROSS THE GENRES
  32. 32. PAIRING BOOKS ON SIMILARTOPICS AND THEMES
  33. 33. TEXT PAIRS
  34. 34. TEXT PAIRS
  35. 35. TEXT PAIRS
  36. 36. ORAL HISTORIES
  37. 37. UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
  38. 38. FRANKENSTEIN
  39. 39. FREEDOM
  40. 40. USINGEXPOSITORY BOOKS FOR “PRACTICE”
  41. 41. NF PICKS
  42. 42. NF PICKS
  43. 43. NF PICKS
  44. 44. NF PICKS
  45. 45. NF PICKS
  46. 46. MENTOR TEXTS
  47. 47. RHY THM AND RHYME
  48. 48. WRITING TO THE POINT
  49. 49. INTERRUPTED NARRATIVE
  50. 50. MAGICAL REALISM
  51. 51. PARODY
  52. 52. GOT QUESTIONS?
  53. 53. WHERE TO FIND THE POWER POINT

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