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  1. 1. Book Pass: The Power of Choice!
  2. 2. Your Reader’s Bill of Rights• The right not to read something • The right to skip pages • The right to reread • The right not to finish • The right to read anything • The right to escapism • The right to read anywhere • The right to browse • The right to read out loud • The right to not defend your tastes ---Daniel Pennac (1992) Atwell, Nancie. The Reading Zone. New York: Scholastic, 2007.
  3. 3. Book Pass: Let’s Go! WHAT & Why • The book pass worksheet is designed to help you find more than one book that appeals to your tastes. Be as specific as you can when making comments about the books, because this will be the guide for you in the future and we will be keeping a copy of this in the Library Media Center. Adapted and reprinted from the Cole/Collins/Honeyman/Taliaferro/Young AASL - 07
  4. 4. Book Pass: Let’s Go! How? • Read the cover or the back of the book you have. • Go to the first page and begin reading. • Pay attention to the author’s style. Is it one that seems interesting? Is it about something you can relate to? • Rate each book on a scale of 1-10, 1 being the least interesting to you and 10 being the most. • Only start writing if you rate the book a 6+… otherwise PASS ON IT!!! :-) Adapted and reprinted from the Cole/Collins/Honeyman/Taliaferro/Young AASL - 07
  5. 5. Book Pass: Let’s Go! How? • PRINT!!! - your NAME, GRADE, TEACHER and CORE on the BOTTOM of the page • RATE FIRST - then WRITE • Don’t like It?? PASS ON IT! • Do NOT MOVE the books from the table! • Does the book have an “autograph” post-it? Did an 8th Grader recommend it?? • HAVE FUN! Adapted and reprinted from the Cole/Collins/Honeyman/Taliaferro/Young AASL - 07
  6. 6. Book Pass: Let’s Go! Brief Constructed Response Done? Cool! Turn over your sheet and answer this: • Read through your booklist and choose one of the highest rated books. What did you preview in the text, blurb, or the graphics of that book that caused you to give it such a high rating? Adapted and reprinted from the Cole/Collins/Honeyman/Taliaferro/Young AASL - 07
  7. 7. Book Pass: The Power of Choice!
  8. 8. For Pleasure Reading: Anything Goes!• Read a wide variety. Unless material directly conflicts with your family values, do not put censoring limits on what you read. • Skip around when reading. Yes, it makes the most sense to start on page one and read in order. But maybe you don’t feel like doing that. Better to read out of order than not to read at all! • Put it down. No reader finishes every single book or article he picks up. You can stop if you really dislikes the material. • Get lost in a book or magazine. Ask not to to be disturbed for at least 30 minutes when you’re reading. • Adapted and reprinted from the March 2006 issue of Parents Still make the difference! ® (High School Edition) newsletter. Copyright © 2006 The parent Institute®, a division of NIS, Inc. Source: Teen Reading, “Tips to encourage reading,” Young Adult Services Association, a division of the American Library Association. :
  9. 9. For Pleasure Reading: Anything Goes!•8th Grade ONLY •Did you READ that book? AUTOGRAPH it with a Post-it!!! -Share your Opinion Adapted and reprinted from the March 2006 issue of Parents Still make the difference! ® (High School Edition) newsletter. Copyright © 2006 The parent Institute®, a division of NIS, Inc. Source: Teen Reading, “Tips to encourage reading,” Young Adult Services Association, a division of the American Library Association. :
  10. 10. For Pleasure Reading: Anything Goes!•8th Grade ONLY •Did you READ that book? AUTOGRAPH it with a Post-it!!! -Share your Opinion Adapted and reprinted from the March 2006 issue of Parents Still make the difference! ® (High School Edition) newsletter. Copyright © 2006 The parent Institute®, a division of NIS, Inc. Source: Teen Reading, “Tips to encourage reading,” Young Adult Services Association, a division of the American Library Association. :

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