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  • ALSC Webinar Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Presented by Steven Engelfried
  • Served on 2002 Caldecott Committee Presenter: Steven Engelfried Youth Services Librarian at the Wilsonville Public Library (OR) Served on 2010 Newbery Committee Chair of the 2013 Newbery Committee
  • 2001 Edition by Kathleen Simonetta, Nancy Hackett, & Linda Ward-Callaghan. 1994 edition by Linda Ward-Callaghan & Kathleen Staerkel
  • Digital Download Information available at the ALA Store http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=3489 S
  • Agenda
      • Types of Mock Awards
      • Choosing books
      • Award Criteria
      • Evaluating and Discussing Books
      • Voting
      • Q & A
  • Types of Mock Elections
    • Format – Length
      • Half day
      • Full day
      • Multiple days
    • For this webinar we’ll generally assume Full Day
  • Types of Mock Elections
    • Format – Setting
      • Live and in person
      • Electronic
        • Heavy Medal
  • Heavy Medal: A Mock Newbery Blog http://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/heavymedal/
  • Types of Mock Elections
    • Format – Setting
      • Live and in person
      • Electronic
        • Heavy Medal
        • Beaverton School District
  • Beaverton School District Newbery Blog [url is private]
  • Beaverton School District Newbery Blog [url is private]
  • Beaverton School District Newbery Blog [url is private]
  • Types of Mock Elections
    • Audience
      • Kids
      • Adults
    • In this webinar, we’ll look at both audiences at times
    • Preparation Checklist
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit sample page
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit attachments list
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit sample attachment
  • Types of Mock Elections
    • Book choices
      • Newbery & Caldecott from current year
      • Other awards from the current year
  • Robert F. Sibert Medal http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/sibertmedal/index.cfm
  • ALSC Book and Media Awards http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/index.cfm
  • Types of Mock Elections
    • Book choices
      • Newbery & Caldecott from current year
      • Other awards from the current year
      • Retrospective awards
      • Genres or types
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Genre Discussions Book List
  • Types of Mock Elections
      • Today we focus on
        • Mostly live presentation, full day
        • Adult and Child audiences
        • Newbery and Caldecott, rather than other approaches
  • Book Choices
    • Use the work of others
      • Resources
        • Other Mock Awards online, for example:
          • Allen County Public Library
  • Allen County Public Library Mock Caldecott http://www.acplmockcaldecott.blogspot.com/
  • Book Choices
    • Use the work of others
      • Resources
        • Other Mock Awards online, for example:
          • Allen County Public Library
          • Good Reads
  • Good Reads: Mock Newbery 2012 http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/16663.Mock_Newbery_2012
  • Book Choices
    • Best discussion books
      • Choose for your group
      • It’s not a prediction contest
      • Mix formats and genres
      • Let participants know your thinking
  • Awards Information
    • Curiosity about the Committee experience
      • Ellen Fader: “If You Only Knew.” School Library Journal (August 1999)
      • Nell Colburn: “Caldecott Confidential.” School Library Journal (February 2010)
      • Heather McNeill: “Forty Hundred Books: A Single Mother’s Year with the Newbery” Children & Libraries (Summer/Fall 2005)
  • Awards Criteria
    • Key areas to share related to criteria
      • Information
        • About the criteria
        • About the “elements” described in the criteria
      • Examples
        • Concrete examples of how the criteria work
        • Modeling for the discussion that will follow
      • Practice
        • Participants apply the information you’ve shared, following the examples you’ve demonstrated, as they discuss the books on the Mock list.
  • Awards Criteria
    • Criteria – techniques for sharing
      • Terms and Criteria are on ALSC’s website
  • Terms and Criteria: Randolph Caldecott Medal http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/caldecottmedal/caldecottterms/caldecottterms.cfm
  • Awards Criteria
    • Criteria – techniques for sharing
      • Terms and Criteria are on ALSC’s website
      • Newbery criteria: Key Points to Consider
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Newbery Criteria: Key Points to Consider
  • Awards Criteria
    • Criteria – techniques for sharing
      • Terms and Criteria are on ALSC’s website
      • Newbery criteria: Key Points to Consider
      • Caldecott Criteria: Key Points to Consider
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Caldecott Criteria: Key Points to Consider
  • © Chris Raschka Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka
  • From Mo Willems’ Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus © 2003 by Mo Willems. Reprinted by permission of Disney-Hyperion, an imprint of Disney Book Group LLC. All rights reserved. Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems
  • Newbery: Literary Qualities
    • Literary Qualities
      • Interpretation of the theme or concept
      • Presentation of information including accuracy, clarity, and organization
      • Development of a plot
      • Delineation of characters
      • Delineation of a setting
      • Appropriateness of style
    • Handout
      • Exploring Literary Elements Through Newbery Discussion
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Exploring Literary Elements through Newbery Discussion
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Exploring Literary Elements through Newbery Discussion
  • Newbery: Literary Qualities
    • Literary Qualities: focus on the author
      • Interpretation of the theme or concept
      • Presentation of information including accuracy, clarity, and organization
      • Development of a plot
      • Delineation of characters
      • Delineation of a setting
      • Appropriateness of style
  • Newbery: Literary Qualities
    • “ But we girls would be proud as punch
    • to have you join our Auxiliary if you’re a
    • veteran’s wife. Did your late husband
    • go to war?”
    • “ Only with me,” Grandma said, “and
    • he lost every time.”
    Copyright © 2000 by Richard Peck Delineation of Character Cover illustration copyright © 2000 by Steve Cieslawski A Year Down Yonder by Richard Peck
  • Newbery: Literary Qualities
    • The Lady waddled to her special place in the road, squatted then flapped hard, sending up silt and worn-out feathers. She paused and rested like a movie star in her bubble bath, then did it again. When she finished, she billed and preened her luxuriance. In the sunlight her black tail feathers glistened purple like oil on water.
    Whittington by Alan Armstrong, published by Random House Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books Whittington by Alan Armstrong Delineation of Character
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit From Chapter 2: Exploring Text – The Newbery Medal
  • Newbery: Literary Qualities Holes by Louis Sachar. Published by Farrar Straus Giroux Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group Holes by Louis Sachar The reader is probably asking: Why would anyone go to Camp Green Lake? Most campers weren’t given a choice. Camp Green Lake is a camp for bad boys. If you take a bad boy and make him dig a hole every day in the hot sun, it will turn him into a good boy. That was what some people thought. Stanley Yelnats was given a choice. The judge said, “You may go to jail, or you may go to Camp Green Lake.” Stanley was from a poor family. He had never been to camp before. Style + Setting + Character + Theme
  • Newbery: Literary Qualities
    • Key areas to share
      • Information
        • Criteria and Literary Elements
      • Examples
        • Use real books
      • Practice
        • Happens in the Newbery discussion that follows
  • Caldecott: Artistic Qualities
    • Caldecott Considerations
      • Exploring Techniques in Picture Book Art
        • Artistic Medium
        • Artistic Styles
        • Elements of Art
          • Shape, Line, Color, Texture, Light and Dark, Line, Shape, Space, Perspective, and Collective Unity
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Exploring Techniques in Picture Book Art
  • Caldecott: Artistic Qualities
    • Caldecott Considerations
      • Exploring Techniques in Picture Book Art
        • Artistic Medium
        • Artistic Styles
        • Elements of Art
          • Shape, Line, Color, Texture, Light and Dark, Line, Shape, Space, Perspective, and Collective Unity
      • Also look at how artistic choices impact narrative elements
        • Plot, Information, Setting, Characterization, Theme
  • © Chris Raschka Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Exploring Techniques in Picture Book Art
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit From Chapter 3: Searching Pictures – The Caldecott Medal
  • From What Do You Do with a Tail Like This? by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. Copyright © 2003 by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit From Caldecott Images section
  • What Do You Do with a Tail Like This? Illustrated by Steve Jenkins Artistic Element: Space From What Do You Do with a Tail Like This? by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. Copyright © 2003 by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
  • Artistic Element: Space My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann © 2002 Eric Rohmann
  • Artistic Element: Space © 2002 Eric Rohmann My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann
  • Caldecott: Artistic Qualities
    • Ways of Demonstrating Artistic Elements
      • Show specific elements, such as shape and color, with examples from several different books
      • Use two or three books to highlight elements, using several examples from each book
      • Walk through a single book, covering multiple elements
  • Text copyright © 2001 Marc Simont. Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Stray Dog by Marc Simont Art: Shape, Color, Space, Line Narrative: Plot, Theme Text copyright © 2001 Marc Simont. Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Stray Dog by Marc Simont Art: Space, Color Narrative: Plot, Theme, Character Text copyright © 2001 Marc Simont. Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Stray Dog by Marc Simont Art: Color, Space, Line Narrative: Plot, Theme, Character Text copyright © 2001 Marc Simont. Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Caldecott: Artistic Qualities
    • Three excellent demonstration books
      • Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
      • When Sophie Gets Angry--Really, Really Angry by Molly Bang
      • Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka
  • © Chris Raschka Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka
  • Caldecott: Artistic Qualities
    • Two more resources for picture book demonstrations
      • Booklinks “Illustration as Art” series by Mary M. Erbach (March – November, 2007)
      • Picturing Books website
  • Caldecott: Artistic Qualities
    • Key areas to share
      • Information
        • Criteria
        • Everything on the page is an artist’s choice
      • Examples
        • Artistic elements and narrative elements
      • Practice
        • Apply the techniques you talk about in the discussion of Mock Caldecott books
  • Mock Awards Discussion
    • Group Discussion Basics
      • Discussion guidelines
        • CCBC Book Discussion Guidelines
  • CCBC Book Discussion Guidelines http://www.education.wisc.edu/ccbc/books/discguide.asp Ginny Moore Kruse and Kathleen T. Horning © 1989 Cooperative Children's Book Center
  • Mock Awards Discussion
    • Group Discussion Basics
      • Discussion guidelines
        • CCBC Book Discussion Guidelines
      • Assign facilitators
      • Discussion Group Procedures handout in the e-book
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Discussion Group Procedures
  • Voting
    • Use official ALSC ballot tabulating
      • Resources in the e-book
        • Vote Tally Sheet
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Vote Tally Sheet
  • Voting
    • Use official ALSC ballot tabulating
      • Resources in the e-book
        • Vote Tally Sheet
        • Sample Ballot Tabulator
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Sample Ballot Tabulator
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Sample Ballot Tabulator
  • Voting
    • Use official ALSC ballot tabulating
      • Resources in the e-book
        • Vote Tally Sheet
        • Sample Ballot Tabulator
      • Share your results!
        • Nationally
          • Heavy Medal
          • CCBC Net
        • Locally
          • School Newsletters
          • Press Release to Newspapers
  • Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Tool Kit Sample Press Release
  • Wrap up
    • A live look at the e-book
    • Purchasing Newbery and Caldecott Mock Elections Toolkit, 2011 Edition
  • Digital Download Information available at the ALA Store http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=3489 S
  • Wrap up
    • Q & A
    • Can contact me with follow up questions
      • Steven Engelfried, Wilsonville Public Library
        • 503-570-1592
        • [email_address]