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Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose
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Book & Reading Talk for PAREF Woodrose

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  • 1. Celebrating Books and Reading @ PAREF Woodrose July 12, 2013 Zarah C. Gagatiga Chairperson, Philippine Board on Books for Young People (PBBY)
  • 2. Books have wings! The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore Fly high with books and reading! Let's watch!
  • 3. What did you take away from the short film? What does the short film tell us about: - books - reading - libraries
  • 4. The Story of the Bright Bird K - What do you KNOW about birds? W - What do you WANT to know about birds? L - What did I LEARN about birds? http://www.banglapedia.org/HT/W_0044.HTM
  • 5. What steps did the Bright Bird take to build a nest? Step 1 - Step 2 - Step 3 - Step 4 - Step 5 - Step 6 -
  • 6. The Big 6: A Thinking Guide Task Definition Identifying Needed Information Locating and Accessing Information Using Information Synthesis Evaluation
  • 7. Using the Big 6 1. Use the Big 6 when preparing for any project in school. 2. Use the Big 6 when writing a research paper. 3. Use the Big 6 as a unitary skill or cluster of skills depending on the required assignment or task.

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