Literacy Bags in Secondary Schools

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  • Introduce myself\n
  • discuss quote from Teaching Visual Literacy\nWhat was/is your favourite picture book?\n
  • Where did this idea come from?\n
  • Kindergarten science and math bags\nhands on activities\n
  • several books\non line resources\n
  • talks about graphic novels but still useful for supporting the use of picture books in high school.\nquote comes from here\nimportance of visual literacy\neyes most powerful link to brain\n“I see what you mean...”\nvisuals + text = comprehension\n
  • 42 literary devices such as allusion, irony, theme\nEach listing includes title, author, main literary device, other devices , art style, curriculum tie-in.\n
  • 6 traits--ideas, sentence fluency, organization, word choice, voice, conventions\nhttp://educationnorthwest.org/traits\ntitle info, target trait, secondary trait, materials, what to do, follow up\n
  • Short explanation of why use picture books and a bibliography\nGood argument for using pictures with examples\n2 more bibliographies (little dated)\n\n
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  • Read story and list personality traits for each voice.\nRead story on back and rewrite it from a different perspective.\n
  • Record your daily routine to get to school. Read story.\nLook at Scaredy’s emergency kit.\nComplete emergency kit page.\n
  • Newspaper article is part of English curriculum.\nRead story, fill in 5 W worksheet.\nWrite a rough draft of your article.\n
  • List noisy places at home and school.\nWhere is your quiet place? Read the story.\nWrite a paragraph or draw a picture of your quiet place.\n
  • Read 2 poems from the book\nGo to computer, type in address and play 2 audio versions of the same poems.\nCompare them. Which did you like best?\n
  • Introduce myself\n
  • Literacy Bags in Secondary Schools

    1. 1. Literacy Bags inSecondarySchools Penny Chaiko SCDSB pchaiko@mail.scdsb.on.ca http://teachliblc.wordpress.com @teachlib
    2. 2. Seeing comes before words. The childlooks and recognizes before it can speak Berger, 2006, p. 681 http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/view_photog.php? photogid=901">Image: Michelle Meiklejohn / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    3. 3. THE IDEA<http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/view_photog.php?photogid=659">Image: Salvatore Vuono / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    4. 4. MySons
    5. 5. http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/view_photog.php? RESEARCHphotogid=989">Image:healingdream
    6. 6. Teaching Visual Literacy: UsingComic Books, Graphic Novels, Anime,Cartoons, and more to developcomprehension and thinking skills Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher
    7. 7. Using Picture Storybooks to TeachLiterary Devices: RecommendedBooks for Children and Young Adults Susan Hall
    8. 8. Using Picture Storybooks to Teach Literary Devices:Recommended Books for Children and Young Adults Ruth Culham
    9. 9. • Not just for the primary grades: a bibliography of picture books for secondary content teachers • Picture Books for Young Adult Readers • Picture Books for High School • Picture Books for Secondary Studentshttp://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/view_photog.php?photogid=1526">Image: Paul /FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    10. 10. THE LITERACY BAGS
    11. 11. Text
    12. 12. Literacy Bags inSecondarySchools Penny Chaiko SCDSB pchaiko@mail.scdsb.on.ca http://teachliblc.wordpress.com @teachlib

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