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

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Skype an author

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

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