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Donalyn Miller and Teri Lesesne workshop from June 9, 2014

Donalyn Miller and Teri Lesesne workshop from June 9, 2014

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  • 1. Wild Naked Reading Teri Lesesne and Donalyn Miller June 2014
  • 2. www.slideshare.net/professornana @professornana www. http://professornana.livejournal.com
  • 3. www.slideshare.net/donalynm @donalynbooks www.bookwhisperer.com
  • 4. Our Goals O Talk about WILD readers O Talk about NAKED reading O Share some terrific books along the way
  • 5. But first… Who are we? Our reading identities
  • 6. Teri’s Childhood
  • 7. Donalyn: The Early Years
  • 8. Terrible Tween Teri
  • 9. Donalyn In-Between
  • 10. Where’s the YA? Teri’s Teens
  • 11. The YA-YA Years: Donalyn
  • 12. Teri’s Split Personality
  • 13. Torn Between Two Covers: Donalyn
  • 14. Your Reading Autobiography O So, what are the highlights of your reading life? O What are the low points? O Titles, series, authors, books you recall strongly?
  • 15. Reading Identity “While students acquire the skills of reading, they must develop a positive reading identity to remain readers.” —Serafini, 2013
  • 16. Who is in your Reading Family?
  • 17. Teri’s Reading Family
  • 18. My own family, too
  • 19. Donalyn’s Reading Family
  • 20. Donalyn’s family, too.
  • 21. Origin of Title 21
  • 22. The research? O Vickey Giles O Karen Sue Gibson O Replicated study from 20 years earlier O The questions? 22
  • 23. What could someone do to make you WANT to read BEFORE/AFTER you read? The converse: what could someone do to make you HATE to read BEFORE/AFTER you read? 23
  • 24. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-12 O Being allowed to choose any book you want to read 24
  • 25. Science and Math 25
  • 26. Dystopias 26
  • 27. Funny Books 27
  • 28. Picture books (with some BIG ideas) 28
  • 29. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-5 O Reading in a comfortable place like on the floor, in a bean bag chair, or in a rocking chair 29
  • 30. Who reads sitting UP? 30
  • 31. This is reading, too! 31
  • 32. Can you read with messy desk? 32
  • 33. And sometimes with Post-it notes nearby…
  • 34. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-5 O Being allowed to buy your own book through a book fair. 34
  • 35. Best Sellers YA 35
  • 36. YA 36
  • 37. Best Sellers MG 37
  • 38. MG
  • 39. Picture Books
  • 40. Picture Books
  • 41. Picture Books
  • 42. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-5 O Reading books for a contest 42
  • 43. Reading for Contest 43 O Involves raising funds for charity O Is optional for all students O Not tied to a grade O Social justice
  • 44. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-12 O Having a classroom library 44
  • 45. Classroom Libraries 45 O Mary Jett Simpson study reported that kids were more likely to be engaged in books if they were in the classroom even if the library was across the hall. O Eliminates excuses for not having a book to read in hand. O Models your thinking about the importance of having books in the classroom.
  • 46. Some Guidelines 46 O Decide how to organize collections O Make students the librarians O Weed O Develop the collection with current kids in mind
  • 47. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-12 O Having the teacher read a book or chapter a day 47
  • 48. Read Alouds 48
  • 49. 49
  • 50. Include NF 50
  • 51. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? K-12 O Having the teacher take you to the library 51
  • 52. Going to the Library (going on a bear hunt) 52 O Expectations O Collaborate with the school librarian in advance O Circulate with kids and do random booktalks O Readers advisory
  • 53. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? 6-12 O Having the author come to the school 53
  • 54. Real people write books (and they are alive, too!) 54
  • 55. Know thy authors! 55
  • 56. Tips for author visits O Work through publisher or agent O Sometimes authors do this themselves O Use a contract O Follow the contract O Piggyback on other appearance possibilities O Provide books for those who cannot buy them
  • 57. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? O Seeing the movie or television production of a book. 6-12 57
  • 58. 58
  • 59. Book & Movie 59
  • 60. Book & Movie
  • 61. Film about the book O Memories of The Giver
  • 62. What could someone do to make you want to read BEFORE you read? 6-12 O Being allowed to read books with lots of pictures in them. 62
  • 63. 63
  • 64. 64
  • 65. NF/GN 65
  • 66. GN 66
  • 67. Deep Reading 67
  • 68. Reading in the Wild: Learning from Lifelong Readers Donalyn Miller
  • 69. “The single factor most strongly associated with reading achievement— more than socioeconomic status or any instructional approach—is independent reading.” — Stephen Krashen, The Power of Reading
  • 70. “Reading books is the only out-of-school activity for 16-year-olds that is linked to getting a managerial or professional job in later life.” —University of Oxford, 2011
  • 71. “Regular reading not only boosts the likelihood of an individual's academic and economic success -- facts that are not especially surprising -- but it also seems to awaken a person's social and civic sense.” — “To Read or Not to Read,” NEA, 2007
  • 72. Think about an avid reader who you know. What characteristics does this person possess that show he/she is a reader?
  • 73. Wild Readers…
  • 74. dedicate time for reading
  • 75. “ If you have never said, ‘Excuse me’ to a parking meter or bashed your shins on a fireplug, you are probably wasting too much valuable reading time.” ~ Sherri Chasin Calvo
  • 76. Provide independent reading time in class.
  • 77. Read in the "edges."
  • 78. Naked Truth #1 T is for TRUST
  • 79. KIDS NEED TO TRUST O That we are readers and writers as well O That we take risks with our reading and writing O That we know something about good books O That we are open to their recommendations
  • 80. Teri Reading May 16-23 Writing May 16-23 O THE JULIAN CHAPTER O SEVEN STORIES UP O THE UNDERTAKING OF LILY CHEN O GIRLS LIKE US O SIMON VS. THE HOMO SAPIENS AGENDA O REVENGE OF THE FLOWER GIRLS O LOOKING FOR JACK KEROUAC O LAUGHING AT NY NIGHTMARE O THE RIVERMAN O Daily book blog O Daily professional issues blog O Drafted chapter on Immersion O #bproots
  • 81. Tween Reads
  • 82. For Older Teens
  • 83. Strange New Worlds
  • 84. Taking Reading Risks
  • 85. Risky Reading
  • 86. Knowing the good books
  • 87. Good books
  • 88. Letting kids lead
  • 89. successfully self- select books
  • 90. Create opportunities for students to preview, share, and talk about books.
  • 91. “Students should have guidance and frequent opportunities to work with teachers and other students as a community of learners, observing their teachers as readers and writers. —NCTE Position on the Teaching of English Book Commer cials
  • 92. Who is in your reading community? Pr eview Stacks
  • 93. To-Read lists Preview Stacks Read Alouds Book Commer cialsPr eview Stacks Read Alouds
  • 94. Five authors every child in grade _________ should know.
  • 95. Naked Truth #2 A is for ACCESS
  • 96. Access O Physical O Intellectual O Moral O Emotional
  • 97. Empty shelves? For five minutes!
  • 98. PHYSICAL ACCESS O At home O In the classroom O In the school library O At hand
  • 99. Intellectual O Not just levels and lexiles O Level of abstraction required O Literary elements such as flashback, symbolism, foreshadowing O Themes
  • 100. She walked into my office on legs as long as one of those long-legged birds that you see in Florida - the pink ones, not the white ones - except that she was standing on both of them, not just one of them, like those birds, the pink ones, and she wasn't wearing pink, but I knew right away that she was trouble, which those birds usually aren't.
  • 101. Towards the dragon's lair the fellowship marched -- a noble human prince, a fair elf, a surly dwarf, and a disheveled copyright attorney who was frantically trying to find a way to differentiate this story from "Lord of the Rings."
  • 102. On a fine summer morning during the days of the Puritans, the prison door in the small New England town of B----n opened to release a convicted adulteress, the Scarlet Letter A embroidered on her dress, along with the Scarlet Letters B through J, a veritable McGuffey's Reader of Scarlet Letters, one for each little tyke waiting for her at the gate.
  • 103. Moral O Kohlberg O Preconventional O Conventional O Post-conventional
  • 104. Emotional O EQ O Maturity O Reponse O Triggers
  • 105. plan for future reading
  • 106. Our Reading Plans oreading time ofinishing a book ospecific titles, series, genres, authors osome day plans
  • 107. Naked Truth #3 R is for RESPONSE
  • 108. RESPONSE Is… O Personal/Emotive O Associative/Interpretive O Critical/Close O Evaluative/Judgment
  • 109. exhibit reading preferences
  • 110. Read deeply from one author or genre. Read books acr oss a r ange of difficulty.
  • 111. Read books across a range of difficulty. M otivation Background Knowledge Reading Level Reading Compr ehension
  • 112. Prefer fiction to nonfiction and vice versa.
  • 113. Follow series.
  • 114. Read graphic novels, magazines, and Internet content.
  • 115. Reread favorite books.
  • 116. Naked Truth #4 G is for GUIDANCE
  • 117. Moving from book to book O LADDERS O Sideways O Diagonal O Step stools O extensions
  • 118. for instance… 126
  • 119. Building, moving, growing 127 Picture book ladder
  • 120. 128
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  • 124. 132
  • 125. 133
  • 126. Or… 134 Family reading ladder
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  • 131. 139
  • 132. share books and reading with other readers
  • 133. “Children read more when they see other people reading.” --Stephen Krashen (2009)
  • 134. “Reading Teacher (RT): a teacher who reads and a reader who teaches” Commeyras, Bisplinghoff and Olson (2003)
  • 135. 56% of unenthusiastic readers did not have a teacher who shared a love of reading, while 64% of enthusiastic readers did have such a teacher. --Nathanson, Pruslow and Levitt (2008)
  • 136. Teachers who regularly read for pleasure are more likely to use recommended literacy practices in their classrooms than those teachers who do not engage in pleasure reading.
  • 137. They are more likely to recognize that reading is a social activity and to provide opportunity for students to talk about their reading. Morrison, Jacobs, and Swinyard (1999); McKool & Gespass (2009)
  • 138. Find an epicenter reader.
  • 139. Epicenter Readers • John Schumacher (@mrschureads) – Watch. Connect. Read. blog – Goodreads – Instagram – Twitter • Karin Perry (@karinlibrarian) – Karin’s Book Nook – Goodreads – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter
  • 140. Epicenter Readers in Our Classrooms
  • 141. Commit to reading more.
  • 142. Bring your reading life into the classroom.
  • 143. www.nerdybookclub.com Participate in personal reading communities.
  • 144. Every reader has value and a voice in our community.
  • 145. Naked Truth #5 E is for ENGAGEMENT
  • 146. A Manifesto… Heinemann, 2015
  • 147. T is for Teen and Tween Appeal And Kid Appeal, too…
  • 148. Factors O Character about the same age or older as the reader (note: this is not a hard and fast rule Harry Potter, Captain Underpants, and adults who read YA) O Character facing situation reader might encounter (realistic even in fantasy and sci- fi) O Cover, length, first paragraph, action versus telling
  • 149. Kid Appeal
  • 150. Tween Appeal
  • 151. Teen Appeal
  • 152. Teri’s 50 Favorites 2014 O A Snicker Of Magic O Zombie Baseball Beatdown O Wipeout Of The Wireless Weenies O Comics Squad Recess O Happy Birthday Babymouse O Grandfather Gandhi O Firefly In July O Ophelia And The Marvelous Boy O The Scar Boys O Cosmobiography Of Sun Ra
  • 153. Teri’s 50 Favorites 2014 O A Snicker Of Magic O Zombie Baseball Beatdown O Wipeout Of The Wireless Weenies O Comics Squad Recess O Happy Birthday Babymouse O Grandfather Gandhi O Firefly In July O Ophelia And The Marvelous Boy O The Scar Boys O Cosmobiography Of Sun Ra
  • 154. O Poisoned Apples O Rules Of Summer O The Great Greene Heist O 5, 6, 7, Nate! O The Question Of Miracles O Vivian Apple At The End Of The World O Cleopatra In Space O The Julian Chapter O Seven Stories Up
  • 155. O Poem-mobiles: Crazy Car Poems O Noggin O The Bronte Sisters: The Brief Lives Of Charlotte, Emily, And Anne O The Pilot And The Little Prince O Emily’s Blue Period O Baby Bear O No Monkeys, No Chocolate O Thomas Jefferson: Life, Liberty, And The Pursuit Of Everything
  • 156. O Shakespeare Star Wars O Pete Seeger’s The Storm O Grasshopper Jungle O Weasels O F This Test O Lindbergh, The Tale Of A Flying Mouse O The Scraps Book O Princess Labelmaker O Half A Chance O There Was An Old Cowpoke Who Swallowed An Ant O Jacob's New Dress
  • 157. O Alice From Dallas O The Grudge Keeper O President Taft Is Stuck In The Bath O A Catfish Take O Stone Soup With Matzoh Balls BE SURE TO ADD SOME OF YOUR OWN!
  • 158. Donalyn’s Best of 2014 (so far) O Slideshare lists and presentations O #bookaday Twitter event O Goodreads O 2014 Nerdy Book Club Shortlist
  • 159. “I have long been convinced that the central and most important goal of reading instruction is to foster a love of reading.” –Linda Gambrell, “Creating Classroom Cultures that Foster Reading Motivation”

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