e-Books and Common Core State Standards:The Flexible Nature of Digital ReadingInternational Reading Association 58th Annua...
Technology ischanging theway weread,respond to,andinteract withtexts
E-book Reading E-book reading has been aroundsince early 1990s Multiple formats: online,downloadable, linear, multimodal...
2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport http://mediaroom.scholastic.com/files/kfrr2013-wappendix.pdf
2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport 46% of children have read an e-book(doubled since 2010)◦ 75% at home◦ 27% at school◦ 37%...
2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport % of children who have read an e-book on eachdevice
2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport 58% say they will always want to readbooks printed on paper (66% in 2010)
Best Practices for Teaching withDigital Readers Digital reading differs from printreading Reading comprehension◦ Reader ...
Reading Comprehension Reader factors address the aspects thatthe readers bring to the readingexperience such as backgroun...
Common Core StateStandards CCSS recognize the need to preparestudents for their future success byembedding rigorous stand...
Text Complexity
Important Attributes ofeBooksSource: Scholastic, 2013
Customizing the Digital“Page” Font size Font Background Line spacing Margins Page orientation
Notes/Annotations
Highlighting
Digital Dictionary
Text-to-Speech & Narration
Interactive, Multimodal features& Internet Access
CCSS ConnectionsLiterature and InformationalTexts Key Ideas and Details (Quote fromtext; Determine meaning; Compare &cont...
CCSS ConnectionsFoundational Skills Phonics and Word Recognition(Letter-sound correspondences; wordanalysis, decoding) F...
CCSS ConnectionsLanguage Standards Conventions of Standard English(Parts of speech; Conventions;Spelling patterns; Refere...
Fewer people are reading, butthey are reading in moreformats than ever.Digital Book Reading Devices:E-reader, tablet, lapt...
21% of adults have readan e-book.Owners of e-readers read eight morebooks a year than those without (25 - 17).
58% of adults reading an e-bookreport reading a print book theday before.Previous statistics from Younger American Reading...
Young Adults and DigitalBooks One third have not read an ebook 63% have not read a digital textbook
 I read Frindle on my iPhone. I liked itbecause I always have my phone withme, therefore, I always had the bookwith me! I...
 I finished the book faster because Iread while waiting in lines, hangingout with friends, etc. I am not asagainst it as ...
Let the Reader Beware:Evaluating the Quality of DigitalChildrens Books
 Traditionaldigital book Original digitalbook Book, game, ormovie inspireddigital book
A Word of Caution An enhanceddigital bookpromotesdiscussionrelated to thedigital designrather than thecontent of thebook....
Issues of Qualityreading options, user friendliness,appropriateness, polishedappearanceDigital BookEvaluation Rubric
The meaning of the word "book" is beingtransformed before our eyes.Digital Fluency:Children must learn to read books in ma...
Questions/Comments?edobler@emporia.edulottalarson@ksu.edu
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    1. 1. e-Books and Common Core State Standards:The Flexible Nature of Digital ReadingInternational Reading Association 58th Annual ConventionDr. Elizabeth Dobler, Emporia State UniversityDr. Lotta Larson, Kansas State university
    2. 2. Technology ischanging theway weread,respond to,andinteract withtexts
    3. 3. E-book Reading E-book reading has been aroundsince early 1990s Multiple formats: online,downloadable, linear, multimodal Multiple devices and reading options
    4. 4. 2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport http://mediaroom.scholastic.com/files/kfrr2013-wappendix.pdf
    5. 5. 2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport 46% of children have read an e-book(doubled since 2010)◦ 75% at home◦ 27% at school◦ 37% other (library, friend’s house, etc.) 51% are interested in reading e-books 49% of kids said they’d read more ifthey had greater access to e-books(33% in 2010)
    6. 6. 2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport % of children who have read an e-book on eachdevice
    7. 7. 2013 Kids & Family ReadingReport 58% say they will always want to readbooks printed on paper (66% in 2010)
    8. 8. Best Practices for Teaching withDigital Readers Digital reading differs from printreading Reading comprehension◦ Reader factors◦ Text factors
    9. 9. Reading Comprehension Reader factors address the aspects thatthe readers bring to the readingexperience such as backgroundknowledge, engagement with text, andstrategies used while reading. Text factors represent the author’scontributions to the reading experienceincluding the author’s ideas, organizationof ideas, and the words used to expressthose ideas.(Tompkins, 2010)
    10. 10. Common Core StateStandards CCSS recognize the need to preparestudents for their future success byembedding rigorous standards andcalling for literacy-learning throughthe use of technology.
    11. 11. Text Complexity
    12. 12. Important Attributes ofeBooksSource: Scholastic, 2013
    13. 13. Customizing the Digital“Page” Font size Font Background Line spacing Margins Page orientation
    14. 14. Notes/Annotations
    15. 15. Highlighting
    16. 16. Digital Dictionary
    17. 17. Text-to-Speech & Narration
    18. 18. Interactive, Multimodal features& Internet Access
    19. 19. CCSS ConnectionsLiterature and InformationalTexts Key Ideas and Details (Quote fromtext; Determine meaning; Compare &contrast) Craft and Structure (Determinemeaning of language; Figurativelanguage; Point of view) Integration of Knowledge and Ideas(Integrate information from multiplesources)
    20. 20. CCSS ConnectionsFoundational Skills Phonics and Word Recognition(Letter-sound correspondences; wordanalysis, decoding) Fluency (Read orally; rereading)Speaking & Listening Comprehension and collaboration(Collaborative discussions; Comeprepared; Ask questions)
    21. 21. CCSS ConnectionsLanguage Standards Conventions of Standard English(Parts of speech; Conventions;Spelling patterns; Referencematerials) Knowledge of Language (Use oflanguage when writing, speaking,reading, or listening) Vocabulary Acquisition and Use(Consult reference materials, both inprint and digital)
    22. 22. Fewer people are reading, butthey are reading in moreformats than ever.Digital Book Reading Devices:E-reader, tablet, laptop, desktop, cell phone
    23. 23. 21% of adults have readan e-book.Owners of e-readers read eight morebooks a year than those without (25 - 17).
    24. 24. 58% of adults reading an e-bookreport reading a print book theday before.Previous statistics from Younger American Reading and Library Habits,Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2012
    25. 25. Young Adults and DigitalBooks One third have not read an ebook 63% have not read a digital textbook
    26. 26.  I read Frindle on my iPhone. I liked itbecause I always have my phone withme, therefore, I always had the bookwith me! I also enjoyed how you couldchange the colors, font size, or theway you read (scroll or book style). Iread a lot more as an ebook! Iusually am not very motivated toread, but this was different. I LOVE IT! Ihave never read an e-book before, butmy iBooks library is quickly fillingup; I have read two ebooks in recordtime! I think this has encouraged me toread more.
    27. 27.  I finished the book faster because Iread while waiting in lines, hangingout with friends, etc. I am not asagainst it as I once was.Convenience is nice, but it is adouble-edged sword. It makes usfrustrated when we cant getsomething right away anddissatisfied with simple joys.Maybe I am reading too far into it.
    28. 28. Let the Reader Beware:Evaluating the Quality of DigitalChildrens Books
    29. 29.  Traditionaldigital book Original digitalbook Book, game, ormovie inspireddigital book
    30. 30. A Word of Caution An enhanceddigital bookpromotesdiscussionrelated to thedigital designrather than thecontent of thebook."Print vs. E-Books" Cooney Center atSesame Street Workshop, 2012
    31. 31. Issues of Qualityreading options, user friendliness,appropriateness, polishedappearanceDigital BookEvaluation Rubric
    32. 32. The meaning of the word "book" is beingtransformed before our eyes.Digital Fluency:Children must learn to read books in manydifferent formats.Caring adults must guide children in theirbook selections.
    33. 33. Questions/Comments?edobler@emporia.edulottalarson@ksu.edu

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