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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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Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents Summer Reading Strategies for Middle School Parents Presentation Transcript

  • 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
    • Flickr User theqspeaks
    • Flickr User Merlijinn Hoek
  • Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    non fiction
    fiction
  • Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    classic
    graphic novel
  • Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    read
    listen
  • Strategy 1 – Let them read outside the box
    Vs.
    print
    eBook
  • Strategy 2 – Make Reading Social
    • Book Suggestions
    • Bookwink
    • GuysRead
    • ReaderGirlz
    • Publisher Websites
    • Discussion Guides
    • Author Information
    • Social Spaces
    • Flickr User theqspeaks
  • Strategy 2 – Make Reading Social
    • Interactive Fiction
    • Fan Fiction
  • Strategy 2 – Make Reading Social
  • Strategy 3 – Encourage Retelling
  • Strategy 3 – Encourage Retelling
    BOOK TRAILERS
    Teen Video Contest 2011
  • Strategy 4 – Be a Good Role Model
    • Read for enjoyment
    • Things of interest
    • 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