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Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents
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Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents

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Presentation to the MPA at Middlesex Middle School on March 16, 2011

Presentation to the MPA at Middlesex Middle School on March 16, 2011

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  • 1. Summer Reading Strategies
    Gretchen Caserotti
    Head of Children and Teen Services
    MMS March 16, 2011
    • Flickr User Spree2010
  • Why Reading?
    • Flickr User Taxi for Gable
    • 2. Flickr User theqspeaks
    • 3. Flickr User Merlijinn Hoek
  • Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    non fiction
    fiction
  • 4. Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    classic
    graphic novel
  • 5. Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    read
    listen
  • 6. Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    print
    eBook
  • 7. Strategy 2 – Make Reading Social
  • Strategy 2 – Make Reading Social
    • Interactive Fiction
    • 16. Fan Fiction
  • Strategy 2 – Make Reading Social
  • 17. Strategy 3 – Encourage Retelling
  • 18. Strategy 3 – Encourage Retelling
    BOOK TRAILERS
    Teen Video Contest 2011
  • 19. Strategy 4 – Be a Good Role Model
    • Read for enjoyment
    • 20. Things of interest
    • 21. Share what you’re reading
    Your children learn from you- they model what they see.
    • Nicole Bengiveno/The New York Times
  • Thank you!
    gcaserotti@darienlibrary.org
    @gcaserotti

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