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  • Go for the Gold-READ!
    Betsy Kane
    December 4, 2010
    LIS 5400
  • Go for the Gold-READ!
    This reading promotion project is created for elementary age students. Students have the opportunity to read and listen to books, research the Olympics, go on cyber hunts, and create books on their favorite athletes.
  • Reading Relay Log
    Students will need to complete as many tasks on their reading log as they can. Each task has different activities.
  • Biographies
    Grade 3-5 students will need to research 3 different Olympic athletes and create a book; one page per athlete.
    Grade k-2 students will create a book with their classroom.
  • Poetry
    Grade 3-5 students need to read a total of 5 poems. They will listen to one, read one to a friend, read one to a family member, illustrate the meaning of one and recite a poem to the librarian or their teacher.
    Grade k-2 Students need to read 5 poems or have a parent read to them.
  • Non-Fiction
    The first activity for non-fiction is to visit
    www.enchantedlearning.com/olympics/
    After students have researched the information about the Olympic Games they will fill out the form in their reading relay log.
  • Non-Fiction
    The second activity is to complete this cyber hunt
    www.teachervision.com
    There is a page to complete in their reading relay log.
    Grade k-2 students will complete both activities with their classroom teacher.
  • Folktales
    Grade 3-5 students are to read three folktales of their choice and write a three sentence summary on each folktale.
    Grade k-2 students will read, or have read to them, three folktales of their choice and write a one sentence summary of the folktale with the help of a parent or teacher.
  • Fiction
    Grade 3-5 students need to read three books (or chapters) of their choice and write a three sentence summary on each book or chapter.
    Grade k-2 students will read, or have read to them, three books of their choice and write a one sentence summary with help from a parent or teacher.
  • Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal Winners
    Gold Medal Winners will receive a book mark, coupon, picture with the Gold Medal Winner Display, and a gold medal.
    Silver Medal Winners will receive a book mark, coupon, and a silver medal.
    Bronze Medal Winners will receive a bookmark and a bronze medal.