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7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
7 steps to success cpd presentationshow
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7 steps to success cpd presentationshow

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CPD session put together for our Literacy for Learning reps to delived on CPD training Day - a big push to improve DEAR and encourage reading across the Academy.

CPD session put together for our Literacy for Learning reps to delived on CPD training Day - a big push to improve DEAR and encourage reading across the Academy.

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  • 1. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
  • 2. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    DEAR – Drop Everything And Read
    Or DEAER – Drop Everything And Enjoy Reading
    NOT
    SDASU – Sit Down And Shut Up
    Or
    SUAPTR –Shut Up And Pretend To Read
  • 3. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Every Teacher is a Teacher of Reading
    Aim: To provide a learning environment in which literacy actively and openly contributes, across the curriculum, to enjoyment, learning and progress of all student’s regardless of their ability or first language.
    Aim: To develop each students reading for pleasure
    Aim: To practise reading
    Aim: To share the fun in reading
    Aim: To be inspired by reading
    Aim: To increase reading stamina
    Aim: To promote and increase the enjoyment and frequency of reading among College students
  • 4. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle.
    (Why not work in pairs/clusters to use the DEAR support pages and plan collectively)
    Click Picture to watch short clip on where to find the DEAR Homepage and a quick glimpse at what you can find there!
  • 5. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step Two: Whole College have DEAR on same day
    Whole College Drops Everything And Reads.....
    Including Admin; Technicians.... And College Leaders!
    Get a whole ‘atmosphere’ going, allow for habit forming.
    This will also allow for: splitting groups by KS or Gender.
    Share a girlie book with just the girls, or a boyish book with just the lads.
    Or
    something nice and easy with KS3 and something ‘dangerous’ with KS4
  • 6. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step Three: Read Out Loud
    As a Tutor you can easily model reading.
    Have the DEAR Homepage extract on a screen so tutees can follow along and discover “Oh, that’s how you say that word”
    OR/AND
    Read a whole book over a term.
    –Your choice... Their choice?
    OR/AND
    Allow buddy reading, borrow a set of Books from the MRC for group reading.
    Click to watch the video
  • 7. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step Four: Drop Everything And Read Everyday
    In addition to the 30 minute DEAR session allow for a quick burst of reading everyday. (5-10 minutes)
    A chapter of the ongoing story.
    Todays’ newspapers online.
    Allow & reward reading for pleasure.
    Click to watch the video
  • 8. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step Five: Create a College Book Wall
    Find a Display area for creating a Book Wall which can include:
    Author profiles;
    Book reviews;
    Get caught Reading photos;
    Polls;
    Quotes;
    Themed by Genre;
    Front Cover Designs;
    Display run by different tutor group each month/term.
  • 9. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRC
    Okay, so you won’t all be able to spend time with visiting Authors like the top four borrowing Tutor groups did in June.
    But your tutor group will be invited to spend time browsing in the MRC.
    Many students complain that they don’t get enough time to just explore the books in the MRC.
    Taking time to choose a book right for them is half the battle.
    MRC Staff are on hand to offer suggestions for those tricky students!
    Author GP Taylor meets tutor group
    C ABa
  • 10. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step Seven: Get Creative
    Use Photostory to create a moving book review, or a Book Trailer
    Click Screen to watch a Photostoryexample
  • 11. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU
    Step One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle
    Step Two:Whole College have DEAR on same day
    Step Three: Read Out Loud
    Step Four: Drop Everything And Read Everyday
    Step Five: Create a College Book Wall
    Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRC
    Step Seven: Get Creative
    Click to print a copy

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