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What's Happening at the Hale Kula Library? What's Happening at the Hale Kula Library? Document Transcript

  • What’s Happening @ the Hale Kula Library? By Michelle Colte, July 2010 Text
  • Students ask questions,
  • and find answers.
  • Students discover something new,
  • and explore something old.
  • Students use information to create three dimensional products,
  • and digital products.
  • Students meet authors who make them giggle, Author Mike Thaler
  • and authors who make them wonder. Author Marion Coste
  • Students borrow resources,
  • and parents do too.* Parents may borrow from the Hale Kula Family Lending Library: • LeapPad Learning Systems • Interactive Literacy Bags
  • Students help their buddies,
  • and find the help they need.
  • Students find answers in books,
  • and from the community. Honolulu Zoo to You
  • Students talk about books Nene Lunch Discussion
  • and respond to text through art. Poetry Train: students drew pictures to accompany poems and sent them to deployed soldiers
  • Students celebrate literacy Read Across America
  • and teachers do too. Read Across America
  • Students read to parents
  • and to each other.
  • Students watch how to create texture in art Artist & illustrator Kathy Wong Bishop
  • and use art to demonstrate learning. Buddy Research
  • Students read poems Poems in your pockets
  • and write poems.
  • Students lead writer’s workshops Author Pam Munoz Ryan
  • and blog their ideas about books.
  • Students learn in the library
  • and from home.
  • The Hale Kula Library Program offers Vision instruction and resources so students and teachers can work, learn and succeed together.
  • Visit the Hale Kula Library M,T,Th,F: 7:30-2:30 Wed: 7:30-1:00 or online http://destiny.k12.hi.us
  • Acknowledgements Photographers: Debbie Hill, Kazuko Yamauchi, Frances Miyashiro and Michelle Colte Teachers: Karen Benitez, Megan Megalion, Jaymie Destura, Christine Putzulu, Agnes Leinau, Michelle Lau, Vera Yamanaka, Dina Lee, and Debra Stenman