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  • 1. Region One Part One
  • 2. Hot Off the Press: Best New Books and How to Use Them with Dr. Teri S. Lesesne Sam Houston State University Department of Library Science
  • 3. To the woman (we think you’re a teacher) with the books on the 2 train
    • by some anonymous students
  • 4. Accidental Matches
    • My own: doctor’s office with CITY OF LIGHT, CITY OF DARK
    • Share yours with someone near you
  • 5. However, we want to make these matches purposefully
    • So, today we are going to talk about how to match readers to books in a purposeful, planned, and (we hope) successful way
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  • 7. People are so desperate to raise test scores that we could well end up with a nation of kids who can pass tests but can neither read critically nor enjoy the act of reading itself. P. David Pearson NEA Today, 2004
  • 8. So how are we doing?
    • 68% of 8 th graders are below proficient level on NAEP
    • Fewer than 6% are identified as advanced readers on NAEP
    • Compare that to the scores on state exams and we have a disconnect…
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  • 13. So, what will we do today?
    • Talk ab0ut lots of books
    • Discuss how to connect books to other books
    • Examine ways of connecting books to kids
    • Confront the tyranny of assessment
    • Try to answer YOUR questions along the way
  • 14. Contact me
    • [email_address]
  • 15. See me blog
    • professornana.
    • livejournal.com
  • 16. Or visit my web site
    • www.professornana.com
  • 17. Enough about me Let’s Get to the Books
  • 18. AWARD WINNERS 2008
  • 19. Printz
  • 20. NEWBERY
  • 21. Caldecott
  • 22. Odyssey
  • 23. Odyssey
  • 24. Odyssey
  • 25. Some other deserving titles from last year Or…if I gave out the awards…
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  • 31. AWARD WINNERS FOR 2007
    • Just in case you missed
    • some of these gems…
  • 32. Printz Winner 2007
    • First graphic novel to win a major award
  • 33. Rapt Reading Book Connection: theme
  • 34. Printz Honor 2007
    • Death as narrator
    • Social studies tie-in
    • Content area literacy
  • 35. Book connection: death as character
  • 36. Book connection: setting
  • 37. Printz Honor 2007
    • Social studies tie-in
    • Content area literacy
    • National Book Award 2007
  • 38. Book connection: character
  • 39. Book connection: genre
  • 40. Printz Honor 2007
    • Australian author
    • GT readers
  • 41. Book connection: genre: magical realism
  • 42. Printz Honor 2007
    • First book won Printz
    • Math related
    • Humor
    • Older readers
  • 43. Book connection: authors
  • 44. Newbery 2007
    • Author is a librarian
    • Mention of a certain part of the anatomy of a dog referenced
  • 45. Book connection: theme
  • 46. Newbery Honor 2007
    • Autism
    • The place of a child in a family with a special needs child
    • Respecting differences
  • 47. Book connection: theme
  • 48. Newbery Honor 2007
    • History tie-in
  • 49. Book connection: settings
  • 50. Sibert Honor 2007
    • Graphic novel
    • Younger and female audience
  • 51. Book Connection: Art/Media
  • 52. Caldecott
    • Textless
    • Science tie-in
  • 53. Book connection: format
  • 54. Geisel Honor 2007
    • Pattern book
    • Outside narrator
  • 55. Book connection: predictable text
  • 56. LA Times Prize 2007
  • 57. Book connection: character
  • 58. IN THIS ERA OF NCLB, DOES READING EVEN MATTER?
    • In READING DOESN’T MATTER,
    • David Booth says this…
  • 59. READING DOESN'T MATTER UNLESS….
    • We redefine literacy
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  • 67. Punctuate this 3 different ways. The punctuation test is today
  • 68. The new 3 R’s Relationships Relevance Rigor
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  • 70. NBA finalist
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  • 75. NBA finalist
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  • 79. UNLESS WE…
    • Include a variety of TEXTS
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  • 86. UNLESS WE…
    • Remember that the story is the heart
    • of reading aloud
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  • 90. UNLESS WE…
    • Help kids build strong reading muscles
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  • 93. UNLESS WE…
    • Value the response of the reader
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    • The 2007 Teens’ Top Ten is:
    • New Moon by Stephenie Meyer (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2006).
    • Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (Viking Children’s Books, 2006)
    • How to Ruin a Summer Vacation by Simone Elkeles (Flux, 2006).
    • Maximum Ride: School’s Out – Forever by James Patterson (Hachette Book Group USA/Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2006).
    • Firegirl by Tony Abbott (Hachette Book Group USA/Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2006).
    • All Hallows Eve (13 Stories) by Vivian Vande Velde (Harcourt, 2006).
    • Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer (Harcourt, 2006).
    • River Secrets by Shannon Hale (Bloomsbury, 2006).
    • Bad Kitty by Michele Jaffe (HarperCollins, 2006).
    • Road of the Dead by Kevin Brooks (Chicken House, 2006).