A School Year of Advocacy

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  1. 1. A School Year of Advocacy By Heather Gruenthal And Marie Slim
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  20. 20. What do The Giver, Harry Potter and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer have in common? They have all been “Banned Books.” That means they were removed from a school or public library because someone did not agree with the ideas expressed in them. People who ban books think they have good reasons; usually book19 banners feel they are protecting children from ideas that are not suitable for their age level. Although Orangeview’s library has many books that have been banned in other places, these library books have been chosen as appropriate for the junior high level. You are free to read any books in the Orangeview library. Only you and your parents can decide what ideas are right for your family. Come by the library today and celebrate your freedom to read during “Banned Books Week.”
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  35. 35. The Single Plan for Student Achievement34 WESTERN HIGH SCHOOL CDS Code: 30-66431-3038239
  36. 36. Business Card Read if you like.... http://riyl.wikispaces.com/ Heather Gruenthal mrsgteach@yahoo.com35
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  39. 39. 38 Ever wonder why libraries "throw books away?" While shelving books at Westerns library, I came across a book titled Computers: Their Operation and Applications by Edmund Callis Berkeley. This book was published in 1956, and was shelved in the Mathematics section (before the Dewey Decimal System was revised to hold computers in the 004-006 section). Heres a gem of information on "Miniature Computers and their use in Training:" "Access to a Computer One main requirement in every undertaking to teach persons about automatic computers is access to one. Obviously, those schools that have automatic computers are the ones that offer courses in their operation. Ideally, every school that teaches mathematics should possess an example of an automatic computer, so that students might be trained not only in the process of doing arithmetic by hand, but also in the process of doing arithmetic by automatic computer. However, most automatic computers are monopolized by "VIPs -- very important problems....An automatic computer may rent for $300 an hour, and it is hardly possible to allow individual students a couple of hours of actual instruction and experiment on such a machine, as if it were a desk calculator. A second factor is that many schools can afford to spend not more than a few hundred dollars towards an automatic computing machine, while the current lowest cost of a digital computer is about $40,000." (pp. 172-173)
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  52. 52. Week 11Day 51: Promote a local author. 51
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  55. 55. Day 53: Thank your volunteers with book giveawaysor gifts from the library store. 53
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  57. 57. Day 58: Wish all students who come in a HappyThanksgiving. 55
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  65. 65. 63Day 63: Place a book orderto support a curricularproject.
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  90. 90. Create a signature line for your e-mail that states you are a teacher librarian. Heres mine: Heather Gruenthal, Teacher Librarian 88 "Your best Internet connection is your Librarian." – InfoPeople Some librarians even include a picture of what they are currently reading. Now Reading:AASL Advocacy Tip #57:Use your Library Mission StatementAs your signature line
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  96. 96. Read or Go to Jail!• In the state of California … if you dont know how to read by the end of fourth grade, the state is building you a prison cell. It knows the sad statistics: If you cant read by then, your most 94 likely fate as an adult is to live behind bars" (Multimedia Schools, Burmark, 2001).
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  102. 102. The  Blind  Men  and  the  Elephant100 It  was  six  men  of  Indostan To  learning  much  inclined, Who  went  to  see  the  Elephant (Though  all  of  them  were  blind), That  each  by  observa?on Might  sa?sfy  his  mind. The  First  approachd  the  Elephant, And  happening  to  fall Against  his  broad  and  sturdy  side, At  once  began  to  bawl: "God  bless  me!  but  the  Elephant Is  very  like  a  wall!" The  Second,  feeling  of  the  tusk, Cried,  -­‐"Ho!  what  have  we  here So  very  round  and  smooth  and  sharp? To  me  ?s  mighty  clear This  wonder  of  an  Elephant Is  very  like  a  spear!" The  Third  approached  the  animal, And  happening  to  take The  squirming  trunk  within  his  hands, Thus  boldly  up  and  spake: "I  see,"  quoth  he,  "the  Elephant Is  very  like  a  snake!" The  Fourth  reached  out  his  eager hand, And  felt  about  the  knee. "What  most  this  wondrous  beast  is  like Is  mighty  plain,"  quoth  he, "Tis  clear  enough  the  Elephant Is  very  like  a  tree!"
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