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    Building a Reading Culture Building a Reading Culture Presentation Transcript

    • Encouraging Students to Read
    • Transliteracy
    • Create a Reading Culture
    • #1 Don’t judge a reader• Without judging anyform of reading assuperior- enablestudents to find thematerials that workbest for them.• Read anything: cerealboxes, magazines, posters, video gameinstructions, graphicnovels.Boudon, Rob. “Nintendo Entertainment System Action Set.”http://www.flickr.com/photos/robboudon/541896482/Liebig, Jason. “Sugar Crisp cereal box flat- Lil Abner Pop Out Picture-Front-1957.”http://www.flickr.com/photos/jasonliebigstuff/2428825096/Jones, Gwyneth. “Book Pass Lesson- Graphic Novels 2.”http://www.flickr.com/photos/info_grrl/7965710928/
    • #2 Offer a range of materials• A key reason thatchildren ages 9-17don’t read more booksfor fun is that theyhave trouble findingbooks they like.• Visit school librarywebsites, public libraryblogs & other socialmedia sites for titlessuggestions.
    • #3 Provide time for dialogue• Dialogue is a window into another person’sreading experience and is an effective way toget people excited about reading.• Helps build a literacy bond.
    • #4 Build stamina• Allow students to reread books to buildcomprehension.• “Quick reads” give students a successfulreading experience.• Read different texts on one subject to helpstudents learn how people talk about thesame ideas in different ways.
    • #5 Teach students to curate their ownreading lives• Empower students tochoose what they readand to see themselvesas readers.• Read different genres.• Keep book lists onbookmarks or online.
    • Works CitedAllyn, Pam. “Taming the Wild Text.” Educational LeadershipMarch 2012. Web. 23 April 2013.http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/mar12/vol69/num06/Taming-the-Wild-Text.aspx"TLT: Teen Librarians Toolbox: 10 Tips for Parents (andLibrarians) Working with Reluctant Readers." TLT: TeenLibrarians Toolbox: 10 Tips for Parents (and Librarians)Working with Reluctant Readers. N.p., 17 Apr. 2013.Web. 24 Apr. 2013.<http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2013/04/10-tips-for-parents-and-librarians.html>