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Learn how to set up your classroom to connect your students with their favorite authors.

Learn how to set up your classroom to connect your students with their favorite authors.

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  • 1. HangOut with an Authorand your studentsErik Wittmer@ewitt43teacher207.wikispaces.com
  • 2. GoalsPurposeSchedule/ConnectPrepare the students & classroomTest RunThe Day of the VisitFollow -U p
  • 3. Why?Builds ExcitementMake ConnectionsGets kids talkingMemorable
  • 4. Getting StartedConnect with AuthorSchedule the Skype/Hangout Session(s)Incorporate into discussionsTo Tell or Keep To Yourself
  • 5. Schedule theSkype/HangoutTwitterAuthor’s Blog/WebsiteKatie Messenger’s WebsiteSkype an Author Wiki
  • 6. Communication
  • 7. Communication
  • 8. Communication
  • 9. Communication
  • 10. Communication
  • 11. Communication
  • 12. Communication
  • 13. Communication
  • 14. Prepare the StudentsRead Aloud BookGuided ReadingLaunchAuthor Study
  • 15. Prepare the StudentsTypes of QuestionsExposureExpectationsVoice
  • 16. Prepare the RoomStudents SeatedMicrophoneWeb CameraInterruptionsTrouble Shooting
  • 17. Things to Think AboutTime Difference?You are the proctorLimit the visitHave a filler
  • 18. The Day BeforeTest all the equipmentPossible dry run with authorChoose students to ask questions?
  • 19. The Day Has ComeRemind StudentsInvite AdministratorsTurn the classroom phone offQuickTime™ and adecompressorare needed to see this picture.
  • 20. Follow UpStudent FeedbackAuthor FeedbackCommunicationAdministrationThank you Cards
  • 21. Your TurnCommunicationTwitterKate Messner WebsiteAuthor’s Skype Wiki
  • 22. Try 3Send out at least 3 communicationBeginning, Middle, EndOr just one this year

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