#Bproots chat july 2014 comics and graphic novels

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  1. 1. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 1 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block Bobbi Sinclair @BSinclair5 RT @mselke01: . @PaulWHankins Calvin and Hobbes has HUGELY sophisticated vocabulary and concepts. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:06 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins @Cathy_Blackler @ProfessorNana @donalynbooks I've been an hour-late, next-day archive reader. The pacing's different this way. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:06 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 Not many superhero comics mentioned but my Ss love Tiny Titans, Adventures of Superman, and DC SuperFriends. Great for 2-4 grade #bproots 2014-07-19 20:06 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @JamesBuckyCarte I'm gonna plug http://t.co/qzBPDGp9Xy -- Free, open-access, peer-reviewed articls on comics & literacy/teachng! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:05 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler I have a lot of new people to add to my #PLN from tonight's chat. Great minds! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:05 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD Thank you, @donalynbooks & @ProfessorNana, for tonight's chat. I have great ideas to suggest to my teachers and my nephew. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:05 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots great topic and reminder to do whatever we can to get kids to read! Thanks 2014-07-19 20:05 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo RT @donalynbooks: Join us each month for #bproots chat, a discussion of research-based best practices in literacy. I will post tonight's ar… 2014-07-19 20:05
  2. 2. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 2 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Nova Latta @NovaLatta34 RT @donalynbooks: . @IreneKistler @dylanteut We complain that kids don't read, then bemoan their choices when they do. Snobbery. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:05 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @PaulWHankins @ProfessorNana @donalynbooks haha Paul, same here #bproots 2014-07-19 20:05 James Bucky Carter @JamesBuckyCarte #bproots I'm gonna plug http://t.co/Brou468tjJ -- Free, online, open-access, peer-reviewed articles on comics and literacy/teaching! 2014-07-19 20:04 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler Thank you @Donalynbooks and @professornana This was fabulous! It excited me for the upcoming school year. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 My many superhero comics mentioned but my Ss love Tiny Titans, Adventures of Superman, and DC SuperFriends. Great for 2-4 grade #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04 Susie Highley @shighley One of my ALA highlights was meeting @ProfessorNana when she interviewed Stephan Pastis. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 @IreneKistler Thanks for all of your middle school recs. This is lacking in my library and you have helped tremendously! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04 S Francis @Incidentalist RT @donalynbooks: You may access previous month's archives at http://t.co/yl3myOAmCD & http://t.co/9OJhGtY5eM #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @donalynbooks: You may access previous month's archives at http://t.co/yl3myOAmCD & http://t.co/9OJhGtY5eM #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04
  3. 3. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 3 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Jen Floyd @Jen4literacy Learned a lot about graphic novels while following the #bproots discussion tonight! Got so many great ideas for using GNs with students! 2014-07-19 20:04 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj RT @donalynbooks: You may access previous month's archives at http://t.co/yl3myOAmCD & http://t.co/9OJhGtY5eM #bproots 2014-07-19 20:04 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler This was fast! I'm going to print the archive and add to my library collection recommended titles. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 #bproots @professornana Indeed thank you! 2014-07-19 20:03 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: Join us each month for #bproots chat, a discussion of research-based best practices in literacy. I will post tonight's ar… 2014-07-19 20:03 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks You may access previous month's archives at http://t.co/yl3myOAmCD & http://t.co/9OJhGtY5eM #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Good night all. Thanks for such a fast moving hour. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins Thank you, @professornana and @donalynbooks. I love this chat. First one that I remembered and attended while happening. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Michele Knott @knott_michele .@donalynbooks @ProfessorNana thanks for putting #bproots together! Great conversation and thoughts to ponder! 2014-07-19 20:03 Lynn Middleton @ldmiddleton #bproots GN version of THE HOBBIT is always checked out. And Riordan's THE LIGHTNING THIEF! 2014-07-19 20:03
  4. 4. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 4 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots great topic and reminder to do whatever it takes to get kids to read 2014-07-19 20:03 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6 #bproots Can anyone tell me if DC comics would be appropriate for my classroom? I know nothing about traditional comic books... 2014-07-19 20:03 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 Thanks @donalynbooks and @professornana I have certainly learned a lot and have many suggestions for improving my library! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola Have had a lot of demand lately for the gn BABYSITTERS CLUB (gr. 4 & +). HS & older: must check out Lucy Knisley & The Oatmeal! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler RT @mrsreid118 MARCH is a GN for 7-12 grades about civil rights movement. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read I truly appreciate learning so much from all of you this evening. Thanks especially to @donalynbooks and @ProfessorNana. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler So happy to have finally participated! Thanks @donalynbooks & @professornana for the Fantasic Ride through GNs #bproots 2014-07-19 20:03 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A5: For middle school and up, My Boyfriend is a Monster, Twilight and Beautiful Creatures graphic novels are beloved by girls. 2014-07-19 20:02 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Join us each month for #bproots chat, a discussion of research-based best practices in literacy. I will post tonight's archives soon. 2014-07-19 20:02
  5. 5. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 5 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @ldmiddleton: #bproots Don't forget BINKY THE SPACE CAT by Ashley Spires! 2014-07-19 20:02 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Thanks for coming to the chat tonight. We will announce topic, article, date for August soon. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:02 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 #bproots I loved just reading along & learning. Glad that it will be archived so I can catch what i misses. That @donalynbooks 2014-07-19 20:02 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj RT @ProfessorNana: Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/fHAb4A16o5 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:02 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads #bproots Thanks @donalynbooks & @ProfessorNana for hosting! Looking forward to sifting through titles & adding to library. 2014-07-19 20:02 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @ProfessorNana: Center for the Study of Comic Books has several bios in their series: Walden, Earhart. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:02 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 Thanks @donalynbooks and @ProfessorNana for a great chat about honoring graphic novels. I'll be back for more #bproots next month. 2014-07-19 20:02 Lynn Middleton @ldmiddleton #bproots Don't forget BINKY THE SPACE CAT by Ashley Spires! 2014-07-19 20:02 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read Honestly had no idea how much greatness I was missing from the GN genre until tonight! Thanks, #bproots! 2014-07-19 20:02 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Special thanks to my co-host, @professornana and to all of you. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:02
  6. 6. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 6 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block S Francis @Incidentalist RT @ProfessorNana: Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 anne straume @chalkrelic Almost forgot to mention! Local VFW provided all students with comic books when we studied Veterans Day. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Center for the Study of Comic Books has several bios in their series: Walden, Earhart. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks WOW. That was a fast hour. Thanks to all of you for sharing your ideas. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Maria Selke @mselke01 LOVE Hereville series for upper elementary and middle school. #bproots #WeNeedDiverseBooks 2014-07-19 20:01 Susie Highley @shighley Chat going by fast; didn't think I'd seen Sidekicks yet. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Nova Latta @NovaLatta34 RT @ProfessorNana: Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/fHAb4A16o5 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 joeferro @joeferro Such a great topic! Can't wait to wade brought the archive. Thanks for the wonderful talk @donalynbooks #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @mrsreid118: CARDBOARD by Doug @TenNapel started my love for GNs #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @colleen_cruz: A6 - also love NF biographies like Yummy by Neri (heartbreaking) and Satchel Paige by Strom #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3
  7. 7. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 7 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Amulet, Baby Mouse, Comic Squad, Wrinkle in Time, Hobbit, Anything by Neil Gaiman, #bproots 2014-07-19 20:01 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @IreneKistler: Middle School Manga: Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Pokemon, Adventure Time, Sonic the Hedgehog, Cirque Du Freak #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @colleen_cruz A6 - also love NF biographies like Yummy by Neri (heartbreaking) and Satchel Paige by Strom YES! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Maria Selke @mselke01 @donalynbooks YES! Perfect blend of fact and dark humor. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Jeannie Reid @mrsreid118 MARCH is a GN for 7-12 grades about civil rights movement. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @mrsreid118: CARDBOARD by Doug @TenNapel started my love for GNs #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Kurt Stroh @strohreads My students love the Mal and Chad books. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Mike Hays @coachhays64 RT @ProfessorNana: Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/fHAb4A16o5 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Lynn Middleton @ldmiddleton RT @Glenadyll: A6: The Arrival by Shaun Tan is a favorite, great for middle and upper (social studies in particular) #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @Glenadyll: A6: The Arrival by Shaun Tan is a favorite, great for middle and upper (social studies in particular) #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00
  8. 8. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 8 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @ProfessorNana: Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/fHAb4A16o5 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Lynn Middleton @ldmiddleton #bproots TINTIN and ASTERIX series are very popular grades 3-5 in our library. 2014-07-19 20:00 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @ProfessorNana Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/P4YrPjwdL4 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @ProfessorNana: Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/fHAb4A16o5 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 S Francis @Incidentalist RT @joeferro: Check out http://t.co/NEBKz4lUZG #bproots Great list. 2014-07-19 20:00 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A6 - also love NF biographies like Yummy by Neri (heartbreaking) and Satchel Paige by Strom #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 - Answer to question 6 Maria Selke @mselke01 A5 - Templar won the @cybils last year for YA and I adored it. #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 - Answer to question 5 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @JenAnsbach: A6: HS- PERSEPOLIS, MAUS, AMERICAN BORN CHINESE, SINNERS & SAINTS… #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler Middle School Manga: Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Pokemon, Adventure Time, Sonic the Hedgehog, Cirque Du Freak #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @JenAnsbach A6: HS- PERSEPOLIS, MAUS, AMERICAN BORN CHINESE, SINNERS & SAINTS… #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 joeferro @joeferro RT @JenAnsbach: A6: HS- PERSEPOLIS, MAUS, AMERICAN BORN CHINESE, SINNERS & SAINTS… #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00
  9. 9. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 9 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block James Bucky Carter @JamesBuckyCarte #bproots Zita the Spacegirl; Baby Mouse; Battle Boy also got a lot of press this year... @GeorgetheMighty's Olympian series. @barrydeutsch 2014-07-19 20:00 Melissa Techman @mtechman A6 seriously love Rapunzel's Revenge and companion GN Calamity Jack by Hale, Hale and Hale (hail!) ages 8 - 100 #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 - Answer to question 6 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo Well you've all inspired me to add a few GNs to my TBR pile, & to incorporate them as exmpls in the book I'm writing now. Thanks! #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 Katie Clark @klclark525 RT @donalynbooks: RT @ProfessorNana lists of great graphic novels from Forbidden Planet: https://t.co/pi8BZavwfC #bproots 2014-07-19 20:00 joeferro @joeferro Foiled, @janeyolen Grades 6-8. Love her writing! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks @marjiepodge Haha. Great minds. We both tweeted that at the same time! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @joeferro: Check out http://t.co/NEBKz4lUZG #bproots Great list. 2014-07-19 19:59 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj @ProfessorNana So glad you will do this for us. This is fast and furious and I feel like I'm missing things.(like Ss at times) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Mark Free Comic Book Day on your calendar: http://t.co/fHAb4A16o5 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler
  10. 10. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 10 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block RT @mtechman A6 @donalynbooks highly rec Road to Rev & nxt in series by @susanchamplin & @realstanmack. Hist Fic GN for grades 4- 7 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins Sophisticated readers of comics/graphic novels might like to move to John O'Brien's work or Demitri Martin titles. They'll get it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 Maria Selke @mselke01 A5 lots of diversity in recent hero books. Captain Marvel (YA) Ms Marvel, and Miles as Spider-man. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 - Answer to question 5 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A6 - @JaneYolen - Foiled, and Bayou by Jeremy Love - great for grades 6 and up #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 - Answer to question 6 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A6. I taught ELA/ Am. History last year. Students loved Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 - Answer to question 6 Angie @bernrome The one GN that I had to start a hold list for was "Giants Beware!" by Jorge Aguirre and Rafael Rosado. My 3rd graders loved it! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots author Nathan Hale does historical GN 2014-07-19 19:59 Aileen Hower @aileenhower A6: Recommend Frankie Pickle series which blends narrative with GN format - practice both in same book. 2nd/3rd gr. @Eric_Wight #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59 - Answer to question 6 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot Comics provide multiple writing models, like figurative language that we want Ss to include in their writing#bproots http://t.co/78Rh47itBy 2014-07-19 19:59 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 I am thinking of @pennykittle's use of storyboarding for organizing writing in this talk of graphic novels in the classroom #bproots 2014-07-19 19:59
  11. 11. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 11 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block joeferro @joeferro Check out http://t.co/NEBKz4lUZG #bproots Great list. 2014-07-19 19:58 Jennifer Ansbach @JenAnsbach A6: HS- PERSEPOLIS, MAUS, AMERICAN BORN CHINESE, SINNERS & SAINTS… #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 - Answer to question 6 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography by Jacobson and Colon (2010) Only graphic format I've read (so far) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 Glen Russell IV @Glenadyll A6: The Arrival by Shaun Tan is a favorite, great for middle and upper (social studies in particular) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 - Answer to question 6 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A6. Can't wait to share Raina Telgemeier's Sisters, and the Comic Squad: Recess collection w/ students in the fall. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 - Answer to question 6 Melissa Techman @mtechman A6 @donalynbooks highly rec Road to Rev and nxt in series by @susanchamplin and @realstanmack. Hist Fic GN for grades 4 - 7 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 - Answer to question 6 Jeannie Reid @mrsreid118 CARDBOARD by Doug @TenNapel started my love for GNs #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @VickiHall: @donalynbooks #bproots Sisters for middle grade 2014-07-19 19:58 S Francis @Incidentalist RT @donalynbooks: A5. I suggest using a document camera to show Ss panels up close. Do NOT scan books. Copyright violation. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 Contact local comic shops. Most are very friendly and looking to grow CB readers. My local shop gave me a giant box
  12. 12. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 12 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block for kids #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads #bproots A6 Babymouse, Bone, Lunch Lady 2014-07-19 19:58 Maria Selke @mselke01 A5 upper (strong) elementary also adore the Hazardous Tales (NF American history) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:58 - Answer to question 5 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @joeferro: With GN, students could use storyboards to analyze as well. The format lends itself nicely. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks @mselke01 Had to look up Silver Six. Looks amazing. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @donalynbooks A6: the Amulet series by @boltcity is one that has a hard time staying on the shelves of my MG colleagues #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana @janamaiuri Ae will archive the talk and send out posts to Twitter when we do. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Vicki @VickiHall @donalynbooks #bproots Sisters for middle grade 2014-07-19 19:57 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read RT @donalynbooks: A6. Two outstanding 2014 graphic novels: Gaijin and El Deafo. Great memoirs for upper elementary/ MS readers. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana For elementary readers: FLYING BEAVER BROTHERS, Babymouse, LUNCH LADY, TOON books. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks
  13. 13. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 13 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block RT @literacyzealot A graphic novel can be a portal that can scaffold a reader to read other genre of the same topic. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 MegNev @MegNev Or, more often, one COPY and share via document projector as @donalynbooks mentioned. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Maria Selke @mselke01 A5 upper elementary love Bone, Amulet, Zita. Also the new Cleopatra in Space and Silver Six. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 - Answer to question 5 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks @janamaiuri I will archive it! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot A graphic novel can be a portal that can scaffold a reader to read other genre of the same topic. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:57 Jeannie Reid @mrsreid118 GNs by Doug @TenNapel are constantly gone in my classroom --loved by every.single.student. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 Melissa Techman @mtechman @PaulWHankins I remember I got 10 copies of Rapunzel's Revenge- my gifted 2nd gr grp (I had 'em 2 hrs a day!) loved it as much as I #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A6. Two outstanding 2014 graphic novels: Gaijin and El Deafo. Great memoirs for upper elementary/ MS readers. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 - Answer to question 6 Jana Maiuri @janamaiuri #bproots I've never been part of this chat, but it looks AMAZING and I hope someone is archiving it? 2014-07-19 19:56 joeferro @joeferro With GN, students could use storyboards to analyze as well. The format lends itself nicely. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz
  14. 14. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 14 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block A5 - teaching alongside film clips also helpful. Frame by frame. Ss already know a lot about integration of words and images #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 - Answer to question 5 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @ProfessorNana @donalynbooks but for demonstration purposes a T would likely just be using a page, right? #idontwanttobreakthelaw #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots Garfield is the most popular in my library. Baby mouse and Lunch lady right behind 2014-07-19 19:56 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 Also, First Saturday in May is always Free Comic day. Great way to get free comics for your classroom. Also get kids excited #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @IreneKistler A5: I like giving kids a copy of a GN and a Manga and let them compare them. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins RT @mrsreid118: Has anyone talked about @TenNapel #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Q6. In our last few minutes, please recommend GN titles and authors you recommend. Reader age levels help:) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:56 - Question 6 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @mrsreid118: Has anyone talked about @TenNapel #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read @JamesBuckyCarte Absolutely! regardless of genre, apparently. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A5: I like giving kids a copy of a GN and a Manga and let them compare them. 2014-07-19 19:55 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6
  15. 15. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 15 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block #bproots A5: I've read GN aloud using document camera and Kindle through LCD projector 2014-07-19 19:55 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 @ProfessorNana @JSerravallo @donalynbooks Oops! Good thing they haven't found me yet! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj @motivated2read u know me - don't mind public if others can learn from it -want to be "correct" when doing these in the future! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Lynn Middleton @ldmiddleton @joeferro #bproots Yes! I think of ZITA THE SPACEGIRL, SMILE, HEREVILLE: HOW MIRKA GOT HER SWORD. 2014-07-19 19:55 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @donalynbooks A5. Could ask expert Ss to share their thinking, then generalize/ categorize strategies for all readers. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Shannon @ShansMasala RT @mselke01: A5 - be sure to model the difference in reading manga vs other types of comic structures. Can confuse at first. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @joeferro: GNs lead to great discussion about plot and subplot. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A5. Could ask expert Ss to share their thinking, then generalize/ categorize strategies for all readers. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 - Answer to question 5 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot We were created to be visual people. We take information in through our eyes #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55 Jeannie Reid @mrsreid118 Has anyone talked about @TenNapel #bproots 2014-07-19 19:55
  16. 16. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 16 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo A5: For humorous GN, comics, a sequence of lessons on "getting the joke" based on figurative language, noting contradictions, &more #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 - Answer to question 5 Jessica Walsh @storiestoldinsf RT @donalynbooks: A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/LhIHst0fKn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A5: Kids teach each other how to read Manga. 2014-07-19 19:54 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins As with any other format, start with one or two that you could get really excited about with a book talk. Look for YOUR connection. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @PaulWHankins I love the idea of Ss being residential experts in this format. I grew up on MAD and CRACKED but not all of us did #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 MegNev @MegNev Much of the reason GNs are so expensive is the quality of paper necessary to print images correctly. I get ONE class set & share. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 Maria Selke @mselke01 RT @JamesBuckyCarte: #bproots sophisticated list of comics elements/vocabulary can be found here: http://t.co/Y2RRUI8vLJ” 2014-07-19 19:54 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins I love the idea of students being residential experts in this format. I grew up on MAD and CRACKED but not all of us did. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 joeferro @joeferro GNs lead to great discussion about plot and subplot. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82
  17. 17. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 17 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block A5: I would find samples online of GNs from my classroom and show on my SmartBoard for modeling reading. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 - Answer to question 5 Kim Scharf @Scharfie RT @ProfessorNana: Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:54 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @JamesBuckyCarte: #bproots sophisticated list of comics elements/vocabulary can be found here: http://t.co/RN7skZu9wt 2014-07-19 19:54 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read @timetowrite_rj Just trying to help us learn together! At least I texted that to you. You made it public record. haha! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 Lynn Middleton @ldmiddleton #bproots EARTHLING by Mark Fearing and Tim Rummel - a favorite in my elementary library! 2014-07-19 19:53 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @literacyzealot: Comics provide concise writing models of voice #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A5 - also love Ss hosting seminars teaching how to read them. Manga is a whole topic. NF is another. Etc. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 - Answer to question 5 James Bucky Carter @JamesBuckyCarte #bproots sophisticated list of comics elements/vocabulary can be found here: http://t.co/RN7skZu9wt 2014-07-19 19:53 Maria Selke @mselke01 A5 - be sure to model the difference in reading manga vs other types of comic structures. Can confuse at first. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 - Answer to question 5 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 Digital comics are a great scaffold because they automatically transition from text box to text box in the correct order #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler
  18. 18. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 18 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block RT @shighley A5: You could also ask if any Ss would like to model how they read one of their fav GN for the class. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana @JSerravallo @donalynbooks Copying an entire book is copyright infringement even in a classroom setting. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 Kelly Mikesell @mrsmikesell RT @literacyzealot: Comics provide concise writing models of voice #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 Susie Highley @shighley A5: You could also ask if any Ss would like to model how they read one of their fav GN for the class. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:53 - Answer to question 5 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot Comics provide concise writing models of voice #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 joeferro @joeferro RT @Mrscreads: A5 Perhaps use expert st rdrs of GN to help model? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A5: I do a library lesson on how to read GN and Manga. It's a mini-lesson on checkout day for every student. 2014-07-19 19:52 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots we grew up fighting over MAD magazine. Garfield is the most popular at my school 2014-07-19 19:52 Michele Knott @knott_michele RT @donalynbooks: A5. Graphic novels lend themselves to think alouds. Show students your thinking while synthesizing texts & words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 joeferro @joeferro GNs are nice for both boys and girls. It's interesting how the genre has expanded to the female audience. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: A5. Graphic novels lend themselves to think alouds. Show students your thinking while
  19. 19. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 19 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block synthesizing texts & words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A5. Agree that some students could show us a thing or two about reading graphic novels and comics. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 - Answer to question 5 The Reading Workout @ReadingWorkout RT @ProfessorNana: lists of great graphic novels rom Forbidden Planet: https://t.co/Pnzdty1ymW #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @donalynbooks A5. Graphic novels lend themselves to think alouds. Show students your thinking while synthesizing texts & words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj Thanks @motivated2read - bit embarrassed - I was putting Q instead of A - ha ha-learning new format-will remember with Ss #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Gretchen Taylor @GretchenETaylor RT @donalynbooks: A5. Graphic novels lend themselves to think alouds. Show students your thinking while synthesizing texts & words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @ProfessorNana @donalynbooks - even when only for use in a classroom setting without earning $ from it? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 I love this idea! RT @motivated2read A5 Since I'm such a novice with the genre, I'd like to ask Ss to model how to read GNs for ME! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A5. Graphic novels lend themselves to think alouds. Show students your thinking while synthesizing texts & words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 - Answer to question 5 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 I like to start by reading a comic book during independentreading time. They are shocked to see teacher reading a CB. great hook #bproots
  20. 20. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 20 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block 2014-07-19 19:52 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @motivated2read A5 Since I'm such a novice with the genre, I'd like to ask students to model how to read GNs for ME! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads A5 Perhaps use expert st rdrs of GN to help model? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:52 - Answer to question 5 anne straume @chalkrelic @mtechman @brigidalverson @sljournal @dylanteut has mentioned El Deafo #bproots I'll check this out for sure. 2014-07-19 19:52 Maria Selke @mselke01 A5 - you can get some digital comics also and then hook up to projector. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:51 - Answer to question 5 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read A5 Since I'm such a novice with the genre, I'd like to ask students to model how to read GNs for ME! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:51 - Answer to question 5 Kelly Mikesell @mrsmikesell Do you think shows like "Big Bang Theory" are bringing GN to more people? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:51 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola It's been a challenge finding appropriate GNs for younger readers, but I'm finding some success with the Toon Books series. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:51 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots tx bluebonnet list has included a graphic choice for the last several years 2014-07-19 19:51 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: A5. I suggest using a document camera to show Ss panels up close. Do NOT scan books. Copyright violation. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:51 Laurie Pandorf @LitCoach21 “@JSerravallo: A5: Visualizing beyond the pictures requires inference, synthesis of pictures and words.
  21. 21. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 21 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block #bproots”@trevorabryan 2014-07-19 19:51 Melissa Techman @mtechman A5 @donalynbooks I start w K w explicit lessons re rdg comics: model, hv them create: sequence, speech bubbles, thought bubbles #bproots 2014-07-19 19:51 - Answer to question 5 Glen Russell IV @Glenadyll A5: I am going to use the 4 quadrants analysis of a visual from Texts and Lessons to explore some GNs this year. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 - Answer to question 5 Michele Knott @knott_michele RT @JSerravallo: A5: Visualizing beyond the pictures requires inference, synthesis of pictures and words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo MT @colleen_cruz A4 - helpful to visit a comic book store and ask the clerks to school you. I was humbled and smarter 4 it #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 S Francis @Incidentalist RT @donalynbooks: A2. You have to infer when you only have an image to read. Low-risk way to scaffold students. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A5. I suggest using a document camera to show Ss panels up close. Do NOT scan books. Copyright violation. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 - Answer to question 5 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads A5 #bproots I have a random 10-12 minutes b/t periods. I use time 2 read aloud or book talk various genres. Will include diff graphic texts. 2014-07-19 19:50 - Answer to question 5 Judy Wesley @judyawesley619 RT @JSerravallo: A5: Visualizing beyond the pictures requires inference, synthesis of pictures and words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 Stephanie Milligan @smilli870 RT @colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50
  22. 22. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 22 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block block Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 I use the doc camera when I first introduce the format. I model how I read the pics first and then walk them through the text #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 Michele Knott @knott_michele A5: need explicit teaching in how to read illus, match w text that is said and what is not said #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 - Answer to question 5 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo A5: Visualizing beyond the pictures requires inference, synthesis of pictures and words. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 - Answer to question 5 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: @motivated2read @timetowrite_rj We will archive the chat! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:50 joeferro @joeferro A5) Model by findings a GN version of familiar text. I did this with Tell-Tale Heart. #bproots Ss could create adaptations, too. 2014-07-19 19:50 - Answer to question 5 MegNev @MegNev @IreneKistler (2/2) Eventually about a dozen seniors read it, and we had a great lunchtime book talk about it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct @IreneKistler @goraina Me too!!!! It's coming out Aug 26th. We have a countdown on our class blog :) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: A5. How can we model for students how to read a graphic novel or comic? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A4 - I cannot say enough how helpful to visit a comic book store and ask the clerks to school you. I was humbled and smarter 4 it #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 - Answer to question 4 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks @motivated2read @timetowrite_rj We will archive the chat! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49
  23. 23. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 23 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Melissa Techman @mtechman .@chalkrelic Also, maybe someone mentiond, but @BrigidAlverson writes a grt column for @sljournal http://t.co/VIHMfYFPn6 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read @timetowrite_rj Is someone keeping a list of all of these research ideas?? :) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler Personally looking forward to new Bird & Squirrel by @jamesburksart as I have a nephew who is a HUGE fan. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:49 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct RT @IreneKistler: #bproots A4: The feed is moving fast.Did someone already mention Smile and Drama by @goraina? Can't keep these shelved-Ex… 2014-07-19 19:49 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @JamesBuckyCarte: #bproots Some of my fave recent GN's would work great for those considering culturally relevant curricula/diversity/so… 2014-07-19 19:49 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @debreese: @ProfessorNana #bproots See also Arigon Starr's comic book, SUPER INDIAN: http://t.co/mMzcQXaPo3 @arigonstarr #kidlit #WeNeed… 2014-07-19 19:48 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A5. How can we model for students how to read a graphic novel or comic? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 - Answer to question 5 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @professornana where is @misterminor on this chat!? (I know he has a new baby, but still…) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler RT @teacherman82 Here's a blog post of mine about graphic novels I recommend: fiction & nonfiction http://t.co/EoNa3TNaKS #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 MegNev @MegNev @IreneKistler YES, it's a good discussion starter. Two years ago I tentatively offered it to one student, and she passed it
  24. 24. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 24 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block on. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Judy Wesley @judyawesley619 RT @literacyzealot: I model for students how to collect words in writers notebook from comics. i.e. i #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Jessica Walsh @storiestoldinsf RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/A2c3g98IoY #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @ProfessorNana: One of the experts in the field, Michele Gorman: http://t.co/d4YVFpd3oE #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @ProfessorNana: One of the experts in the field, Michele Gorman: http://t.co/1KpjRtEdo1 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A4: The feed is moving fast.Did someone already mention Smile and Drama by @goraina? Can't keep these shelved-Excited for Sisters! 2014-07-19 19:48 Debbie Reese @debreese @ProfessorNana #bproots See also Arigon Starr's comic book, SUPER INDIAN: http://t.co/mMzcQXaPo3 @arigonstarr #kidlit #WeNeedDiverseBooks 2014-07-19 19:48 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @ProfessorNana: One of the experts in the field, Michele Gorman: http://t.co/d4YVFpd3oE #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @ProfessorNana lists of great graphic novels from Forbidden Planet: https://t.co/pi8BZavwfC #bproots 2014-07-19 19:48 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @ProfessorNana: Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana
  25. 25. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 25 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block lists of great graphic novels rom Forbidden Planet: https://t.co/Pnzdty1ymW #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @joeferro: #bproots http://t.co/NDexw1fFVI Great suggestions here. 2014-07-19 19:47 Madhuri Blaylock @MadhuriBlaylock RT @mselke01: . @ProfessorNana Have you read Princeless? Or the new Ms Marvel? Or Miles as Spider-man? #bproots #WeNeedDiverseBooks 2014-07-19 19:47 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @aileenhower A4: Coming at it from the creating/writing POV, sites like http://t.co/9xDEFtvw0X can help Ss understand form. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 anne straume @chalkrelic @mtechman great to know! Thnx! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 James Bucky Carter @JamesBuckyCarte #bproots Some of my fave recent GN's would work great for those considering culturally relevant curricula/diversity/social justice+ 2014-07-19 19:47 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @ProfessorNana Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/hWVqfNKfIE #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 joeferro @joeferro RT @ProfessorNana: Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Bryan Kerachsky @BEKAY88 RT @donalynbooks: A4: The Good Comics for Kids bloggers at @sljournal are great: http://t.co/WqDC7hwnav #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @Teachr4: RT @donalynbooks A4: The Good Comics for Kids bloggers at @sljournal are great: http://t.co/wQBnRCftPj #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47
  26. 26. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 26 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana One of the experts in the field, Michele Gorman: http://t.co/d4YVFpd3oE #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @ProfessorNana: Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @ProfessorNana: Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @ProfessorNana: Reposting some resources: http://t.co/l6AJTHscpW #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read Most interesting point of article for me was that low income students who read comics still read more than higher income peers. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:47 Jessica & Sherry @LiteraryFusions My personal kids have become interested in MAD magazine. They have to keep current with world events to understand the humor #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo RT @donalynbooks: A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/raQiDDyAdf #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @ProfessorNana: One thing missing in comics and GNs are characters of color. Need to search for those. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @donalynbooks: A4: The Good Comics for Kids bloggers at @sljournal are great: http://t.co/WqDC7hwnav #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 joeferro @joeferro
  27. 27. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 27 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block #bproots http://t.co/NDexw1fFVI Great suggestions here. 2014-07-19 19:46 Va Book Festival @VABookFest Author Gene Luen Yang #bproots . #graphics heroes 2014-07-19 19:46 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @donalynbooks A4: The Good Comics for Kids bloggers at @sljournal are great: http://t.co/wQBnRCftPj #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Resource with lists and lesson plan suggestions: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @donalynbooks: A4: The Good Comics for Kids bloggers at @sljournal are great: http://t.co/WqDC7hwnav #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @teacherman82 @IreneKistler always bittersweet when that happens #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @donalynbooks: A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/LhIHst0fKn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Debbie Reese @debreese @ProfessorNana #bproots Comic on Choctaw Code Talkers, by Arigon @superindun: http://t.co/Fy0oe0cEmw 2014-07-19 19:46 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Reposting some resources: http://t.co/l6AJTHscpW #bproots 2014-07-19 19:46 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @mselke01: . @ProfessorNana Have you read Princeless? Or the new Ms Marvel? Or Miles as Spider-man? #bproots #WeNeedDiverseBooks 2014-07-19 19:46
  28. 28. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 28 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks @ProfessorNana I am deleting the spam! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @misskubelik if you're looking for graphic novel lists for K-8 check out awesome lists from @alscblog http://t.co/PRO3gN3FGS #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @teacherman82 Here's a blog post of mine about graphic novels I recommend: fiction & nonfiction http://t.co/eMMf1sd6Pn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 Monise L. Seward @MoniseLSeward RT @donalynbooks: A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/LhIHst0fKn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 BABO0o ✗ REALMADRID @arbdoun RT @DueceHulett: VAOVV GOOD SITE ➽http://t.co/HysUyqvERV #LiamAppreciationDay #weddingcrashers #bproots Kylie Jenner 2014-07-19 19:45 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot I model for students how to collect words in writers notebook from comics. i.e. i #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 Maureen Ambrosino @maureenatwboro RT @donalynbooks: A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/LhIHst0fKn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 Here's a blog post of mine about graphic novels I recommend: fiction & nonfiction http://t.co/rsHbPhUe7H #bproots 2014-07-19 19:45 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A4: The Good Comics for Kids bloggers at @sljournal are great: http://t.co/WqDC7hwnav #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 - Answer to question 4 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler
  29. 29. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 29 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block @Cathy_Blackler I can't keep it on the shelves! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola @jcbailey3 yes please! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins I saw Archie referenced within the thread. One thing Riverdale has done over past couple of years is "mirror" culture. Relevant. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 MegNev @MegNev @PaulWHankins I've used STITCHES w/ 12th gr. Will have to look at TOS... thanks! BLANKETS is another good one for older kids. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola Hey ARCHIE/zombie fans...seen this? #bproots http://t.co/Xv1Ecnhl7l 2014-07-19 19:44 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @donalynbooks A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/7Z9f6Mh4LZ #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @donalynbooks A4. Looking for non-superhero comics? I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/1Ruvt7LGkF #bproots #bproots 2014-07-19 19:44 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj @donalynbooks @ProfessorNana Will have a happy son - he will be surrounded by GN books now to read!! Thanks! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:43 Glen Russell IV @Glenadyll A4: Find something you like on amazon and buy all the other recommendations from similar purchases. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:43 - Answer to question 4 Angie Manfredi @misskubelik .@donalynbooks if you're looking for graphic novel lists for K-8 check out awesome lists from @alscblog http://t.co/ZJYN2VENyd #bproots
  30. 30. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 30 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block 2014-07-19 19:43 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/LhIHst0fKn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:43 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A4. If you're looking for non-superhero comics. I suggest the blog, No Flying/ No Tights: http://t.co/LhIHst0fKn #bproots 2014-07-19 19:43 - Answer to question 4 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @IreneKistler popular in my classroom, too. Fortunately I have several copes. Have even had staff members borrow it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:43 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana We must be trending because I see SPAM. #bproots #mixedblessing 2014-07-19 19:42 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola Fave GN authors: @goraina, @LucyKnisley, @StudioJJK...I'm a relatively new fangirl w/ these so would love suggestions. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:42 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots Word of caution: My Friend Dahmer is an adult graphic novel, but addresses bullying in a profound way. It's behind my circ desk. 2014-07-19 19:42 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @donalynbooks: Agree that graphic novels are a storytelling format, not a genre. Good storytelling is good storytelling. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:42 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots I teach at a highly at-risk school. My go-to title for my overage 8th grade boys is My Friend Dahmer by Backderf. 2014-07-19 19:42 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj @LiteraryFusions What a great way to cross content areas and support literacy all around! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41
  31. 31. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 31 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @mselke01: Remember that GN is a format, not a genre. Sequential art storytelling can tell ALL kinds of stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @dylanteut: Also have high admiration for @studioJJK- love his GNs! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks I look at @yalsa's great graphic novels for teens http://t.co/bregET99zw, goodreads, #nerdybook club Nerdies list. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @marjiepodge: #bproots http://t.co/aqKZkLmUDr offers graphic history 2014-07-19 19:41 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @marjiepodge: #bproots http://t.co/aqKZkLmUDr offers graphic history 2014-07-19 19:41 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read @timetowrite_rj Yes, me, too. I have very little experience/knowledge with the genre myself. Obviously an area of growth for me. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 Been thinking about trying blogging for a while, but couldn't think of a niche that I would be interested in. Maybe a GN blog #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @donalynbooks A4: goodreads, tweeps, book buds, @nerdybookclub posts & awards lists immediately come to mind #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Dylan Teut @dylanteut Who's excited for the new Captain Underpants on Aug. 28?? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:41 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana
  32. 32. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 32 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block @mselke01 On TBR list. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 anne straume @chalkrelic @shighley great idea! Going to invite them to classroom or at least skype. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots http://t.co/aqKZkLmUDr offers graphic history 2014-07-19 19:40 MegNev @MegNev @JenAnsbach It's part of the value in teaching GN: kids learn metacognition skills through examining something on a deeper level! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins Allusion. One of this year's "biggest" GNs, ANDRE THE GIANT: LIFE AND LEGEND. 1974: Pre-Fallon. Pre-Leno. #bproots http://t.co/bvftEwzhA2 2014-07-19 19:40 robinreads @RobinReads RT @donalynbooks: . @IreneKistler @dylanteut We complain that kids don't read, then bemoan their choices when they do. Snobbery. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @mselke01: . @ProfessorNana Have you read Princeless? Or the new Ms Marvel? Or Miles as Spider-man? #bproots #WeNeedDiverseBooks 2014-07-19 19:40 Maria Selke @mselke01 . @ProfessorNana I love @BenHatke - Zita rocks.” #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 Dylan Teut @dylanteut Also have high admiration for @studioJJK- love his GNs! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @shighley: A4: Comic book store owners are great resource, often make good suggestions. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40
  33. 33. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 33 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 RT @LiteraryFusions: A4 I connected with the art teacher - he helped the Ss "read" pictures (study color, frames, etc) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 A4: Here's what I"m talking about! Please let them fly because I have none in my library. #sendnowlynchlater #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 - Answer to question 4 Phyllis Sutton @PhyllisASutton RT @donalynbooks: . @IreneKistler @dylanteut We complain that kids don't read, then bemoan their choices when they do. Snobbery. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:40 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link to Library of the Early mind that @PaulWHankins mentioned: http://t.co/rFDbytHpeI #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 Jessica & Sherry @LiteraryFusions A4 I connected with the art teacher - he helped the Ss "read" pictures (study color, frames, etc) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 - Answer to question 4 Dylan Teut @dylanteut @ProfessorNana Dav Pilkey and Jeff Kinney. I have a high level of respect for them both! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 Angie @bernrome My Ss came to 3rd grade w/the misconception that GNs were "baby books." They were embarrassed to read them. @JenAnsbach #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana @JamesBuckyCarte @dylanteut @Scholastic Bucky is one of my go-to authorities for comics and GNs. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler @colleen_cruz #bproots I separate them out in the library, but then also genrify them within their section. 2014-07-19 19:39 Aileen Hower @aileenhower A4: Coming at it from the creating/writing point of view, sites like http://t.co/RvFFw9Agvr & others, can help Ss understand form. #bproots
  34. 34. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 34 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block 2014-07-19 19:39 - Answer to question 4 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj Same as a twitter chat (still new to it) -have to do more of them because of new format - needed exposure and help from my peers #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 Michele Knott @knott_michele @donalynbooks A4: twitter and goodread friends, #nerdybookclub posts #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 Susie Highley @shighley A4: Comic book store owners are great resource, often make good suggestions. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:39 - Answer to question 4 Maria Selke @mselke01 . @ProfessorNana Have you read Princeless? Or the new Ms Marvel? Or Miles as Spider-man? #bproots #WeNeedDiverseBooks 2014-07-19 19:39 Dylan Teut @dylanteut @knott_michele Oh, good to know! Thanks! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @mselke01: A4 - check out the @cybils Graphic Novels lists each year. Good resource. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @wyowayne68: #bproots So glad chat is about GN and comics just read RitW today & realized I had much to learn about GN. Thanks all for h… 2014-07-19 19:38 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @Mrscreads: #bproots Rdg trifecta this summer: Reading in the Wild, Reading Ladders, Adventures in Graphica @ProfessorNana @donalynbooks… 2014-07-19 19:38 MegNev @MegNev @JenAnsbach Yes! I use excerpts of it before teaching a GN. Funny to me how kids don't always already know what they're looking at. #bproots
  35. 35. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 35 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block 2014-07-19 19:38 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Who are some of your favorite authors in the field? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link to Library of the Early mind that @PaulWHankins mentioned: http://t.co/oiTqB3crpO #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 ccassidy @ccass RT @teacherman82: A1: I required my sophomores to read at least 1 GN last year. Some had never read 1 before. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 I have been a comic collector all my life, local comic shop is a great resource. Talking to nerdy book club members #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Maria Selke @mselke01 A4 - check out the @cybils Graphic Novels lists each year. Good resource. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 - Answer to question 4 Michele Knott @knott_michele @dylanteut love these, but watch the content in some of the fairy tale ones! Pre-read :) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @Teachr4 At @TCRWP @maryehrenworth found when reading GNs kids tended to re-read more. Re-reading-- >increased fluency, comp #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @marjiepodge absolutely! Fantasic GN in my classroom is Nat Turner by the fabulous @kylejbaker #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @donalynbooks: RT @JSerravallo: @jcbailey3 I think that Red Brick/Capstone Press does some nice GN "remakes" of other stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:38 Anna Osborn @annaoz429
  36. 36. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 36 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block RT @IreneKistler: #bproots A2: Can I also add that GN/Manga are the perfect scaffold for my #ELL and #ESL kiddoes? They get visual support … 2014-07-19 19:37 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana One thing missing in comics and GNs are characters of color. Need to search for those. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:37 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @aileenhower: A3: Incorporate them into part of a text set on a specific topic. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:37 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A3 - with tech, even easier to do read aloud with GNs - which always help to sell and connect various texts #bproots 2014-07-19 19:37 - Answer to question 3 MegNev @MegNev RT @mselke01: Remember that GN is a format, not a genre. Sequential art storytelling can tell ALL kinds of stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:37 ccassidy @ccass RT @ProfessorNana: Here are some lists of popular comics and GNs: https://t.co/cJjQ3jxDbG #bproots 2014-07-19 19:37 Maria Selke @mselke01 Also check out the Wizard of Oz adaptations. So good! Made me want to read the original. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:37 FKhamizan @FitriKhamizan The SITE USE OF ARTISTS ➽http://t.co/RmWZpu9KSS #RemoveALetterRuinABand #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Chart in @sdkrashen article examines correlation between making time to read and reading comics. Much needed research. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @LiteraryFusions A3 I use GN in thematic text sets so students see equal value in all genre and encourage wide reading. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36
  37. 37. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 37 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 @JenAnsbach Do you have any tips to encourage or make them feel safe reading them? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Q4. What resources do you use/ recommend for learning more about graphic novels? Award lists? Other resources? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 - Question 4 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads RT @Teachr4: RT @bethhill2829 A3: Book talks that connect a graphic novel to another text can provide motivation to read both. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 ccassidy @ccass RT @colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins I remember putting Ms. Peregrine down for a bit. Then being excited when GN released. I used GN to get into the prose format. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Jessica & Sherry @LiteraryFusions I definitely use a lot of GN mythology, to help kids read Riordan books. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo RT @donalynbooks Agree that graphic novels are a storytelling format, not a genre. Good storytelling is good storytelling. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct A3: I have a love/hate relationship with the separate GN bookshelf at the bookstore. Glad I can find em but hate that they're apart #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 - Answer to question 3 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola A3 Bet a lot of Ts out there aren't so used to rdg GNs. Perfect opportunity to authentically model their own rdg exp/challenges #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 - Answer to question 3 Jenny Butler @jennybutler83 RT @donalynbooks: A1. Some research supporting GN w/ autistic children. Teaches facial recognition and inferring.
  38. 38. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 38 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block #bproots 2014-07-19 19:36 Dylan Teut @dylanteut Lost it, but thanks to whoever recommended Rursery Rhyme/ Fairy Tale comics. Ordering. Looks fantastic. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @Cathy_Blackler A3: another way to encourage movement between formats could be to have Ss use toondoo to create their own scenes #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @JillSwanson6: #bproots @donalynbooks Is there research supporting increased/improved fluency with GN? I had a reluctant reader GN did w… 2014-07-19 19:35 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots some American history can be taught with graphic books 2014-07-19 19:35 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @MegNev If you aren't already familiar with him @garethhinds Is a fantastic artist who's done great renditions of classics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler A3: another way to encourage movement between formats could be to have Ss use toondoo to create their own scenes from a text #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 - Answer to question 3 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read Anne Frank text pairing with GN..my first GN to read. Awesome!! Had a bit of difficulty with the new genre. http://t.co/brzr4ckmdM #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 In 4th grade class, the T read aloud Wrinkle in Time and followed with a book talk using the GN. Just about every S read it #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A3- I wonder if GNs weren't separated out in the library. Just placed with their genre - scifi, horror, realistic fict?
  39. 39. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 39 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 - Answer to question 3 Maria Selke @mselke01 AMAZING nonfiction GNs in the Hazardous Tale series and The Gettysburg Address. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 On the ClassroomWall @FlyontheCWall RT @marjiepodge: #bproots comics are the most popular section in my library 2014-07-19 19:35 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @bethhill2829 A3: Book talks that connect a graphic novel to another text can provide motivation to read both. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 @mselke01 @ProfessorNana When my mind closes, going to look for a job somewhere else. Can't ask Ss 2 b life-long learner if I won't #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A3: Great point! GN/Manga cross many genres! It's a format. 2014-07-19 19:35 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Agree that graphic novels are a storytelling format, not a genre. Good storytelling is good storytelling. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:35 MegNev @MegNev If you aren't already familiar with him, @garethhinds Is a fantastic artist who's done great renditions of several classics. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:34 Judy Wesley @judyawesley619 RT @donalynbooks: A1. Even strong readers can struggle reading graphic novels. Requires a different set of reading skills. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:34 Teresita Learning @TeresitaSchick RT @IreneKistler: #bproots A2: Can I also add that GN/Manga are the perfect scaffold for my #ELL and #ESL kiddoes? They get visual support … 2014-07-19 19:34
  40. 40. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 40 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Maria Selke @mselke01 . @donalynbooks Also Coraline and soon to come Graveyard Book by Gaiman. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:34 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 @dylanteut Not yet Dylan! I only have 17 days of summer left! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:34 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct Yes! “@LiteraryFusions: A3 I use GN in thematic text sets so students see equal value in all genre and encourage wide reading. #bproots” 2014-07-19 19:34 Jennifer Ansbach @JenAnsbach A3. Then, having Ss take GN text and use it to craft narrative allows experiments w POV, symbolism, etc. Reinforces literacy. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:34 - Answer to question 3 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @PaulWHankins Remember that even nursery rhymes get graphic novel treatment with NURSERY RHYME COMICS intro by Leonard S. Marcus #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo A3: Conn to Wtg Wksp--offer choice of publishing in narrative or GN. Might help them "see" the GN in a book they read that's not. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 - Answer to question 3 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6 @knott_michele #bproots Absolutely! 2014-07-19 19:33 Keely Shannon @keelybshannon @dylanteut Have you tried this in first yet? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link to Library of the Early mind that @PaulWHankins mentioned: http://t.co/oiTqB3crpO #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33
  41. 41. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 41 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @marjiepodge: #bproots comics are the most popular section in my library 2014-07-19 19:33 Maria Selke @mselke01 . @wyowayne68 @ProfessorNana Teachers with open minds make a huge difference! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins Remember that even nursery rhymes get graphic novel treatment with NURSERY RHYME COMICS (intro by Leonard S. Marcus). #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Jessica & Sherry @LiteraryFusions A3 it's so important to help Ss out. See what GN and topics they like and help them find other genres they might like. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 - Answer to question 3 MegNev @MegNev @busyteacheramy "Some research supporting GN w/ autistic children. Teaches facial recognition and inferring. #bproots" via @donalynbooks 2014-07-19 19:33 The 40 Book Project @40bookproject RT @donalynbooks: RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/bregET99zw #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @chalkrelic LOVED to read the regular Reader's Digest as a kid. Always felt like clandestine reading somehow as it was "adult" ;) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @mselke01: Remember that GN is a format, not a genre. Sequential art storytelling can tell ALL kinds of stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 Susie Highley @shighley A3: Agree w @JenAnsbach So many great tools out there for kids to create own comics, even those who may not think they are artists #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 - Answer to question 3 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks
  42. 42. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 42 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block A3. Several text and GN tie-ins such as Beowulf, No Fear Shakespeare, Gettysburg Address, 9/11 Report, Percy Jackson, #bproots 2014-07-19 19:33 - Answer to question 3 marjie podge @marjiepodge #bproots comics are the most popular section in my library 2014-07-19 19:33 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct A3: S's should set book goals that cross genres. As T's we should encourage and promote GN reading. Once they try it, they love it! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 - Answer to question 3 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @wyowayne68: #bproots So glad chat is about GN and comics just read RitW today & realized I had much to learn about GN. Thanks all for h… 2014-07-19 19:32 Anthony VonBank Ed.D @Clouducation_ RT @JenAnsbach: A3. It’s important to stretch kids to read GNs, too—some are afraid to try the genre bc it overwhelms the eye. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads #bproots Rdg trifecta this summer: Reading in the Wild, Reading Ladders, Adventures in Graphica @ProfessorNana @donalynbooks @TerryTreads 2014-07-19 19:32 Dylan Teut @dylanteut Has anyone had their students write in graphic novel format? How did it go? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj Q3: We discuss what they like most about GN in comparisons.Once I know more about their interests I can scaffold (same with poetry)#bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 - Question 3 Judy Wesley @judyawesley619 RT @donalynbooks: . @IreneKistler @dylanteut We complain that kids don't read, then bemoan their choices when they do. Snobbery. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana
  43. 43. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 43 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Here is link to Library of the Early mind that @PaulWHankins mentioned: http://t.co/oiTqB3crpO #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6 @ProfessorNana #bproots GN definitely "hot" with all my readers! 2014-07-19 19:32 Jessica & Sherry @LiteraryFusions A3 I use GN in thematic text sets so students see equal value in all genre and encourage wide reading. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 - Answer to question 3 Jennifer Ansbach @JenAnsbach A3. It’s important to stretch kids to read GNs, too—some are afraid to try the genre bc it overwhelms the eye. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 - Answer to question 3 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A3: For an Anne Frank lesson, I'll provide them with a GN to compare to a PB to compare to NF, etc. The teachers love it! 2014-07-19 19:32 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 #bproots So glad chat is about GN and comics just read RitW today & realized I had much to learn about GN. Thanks all for helping. 2014-07-19 19:32 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read @JillSwanson6 @donalynbooks If that hasn't been done, it would be fascinating research, and I bet that it definitely does "work!" #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 Dylan Teut @dylanteut I said it earlier, but I will say it again, EL DEAFO is a GN and it is so, so deep. How could someone argue against that? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:32 anne straume @chalkrelic #bproots also remembering my own teachers passing out readers' digests for kids. We loved those. It pays to increase your word power! 2014-07-19 19:31 Matthew Vaughn-Smith @MVSActivates RT @colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31
  44. 44. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 44 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct RT @donalynbooks: Q3. How can we stretch students both ways? Between GN and other texts and the reverse? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 Maria Selke @mselke01 Remember that GN is a format, not a genre. Sequential art storytelling can tell ALL kinds of stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @mrsmikesell Talk about books you are reading. And demonstrate reading a variety. Practice what you preach. #bproots #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 Bethany Hill @bethhill2829 A3: Book talks that connect a graphic novel to another text can provide motivation to read both. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 - Answer to question 3 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @Cathy_Blackler A3: Ss who have comfortable genre can be encouraged to float within that genre GN & traditional text, stretching #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct @jcbailey3 @ProfessorNana My 4's and 5's love Nancy Drew GN, Artemis Fowl, Amulet, Dork Diaries and Avatar #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 Glen Russell IV @Glenadyll A3: Let student experts share what they know about GN. Give it a place of honor in your classroom. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 - Answer to question 3 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A3: For me, the teachers are the gatekeepers to my readers. I address their understanding first. I put together paired readings. 2014-07-19 19:31 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola One of the most challenging books I've read in a while is ROBOT DREAMS. Not used to reading that way. Still think I missed stuff! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31
  45. 45. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 45 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Kelly Mikesell @mrsmikesell Talk about books you are reading. And demonstrate reading a variety. Practice what you preach. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:31 Michele Knott @knott_michele A3 I think GN is another genre. Teach how to read it, provide choice, listen to responses, cont book talk of other genres, repeat #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 - Answer to question 3 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj Q3: I like to take small bits of books in their regular format and compare with the matching parts in GN, #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 - Question 3 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @donalynbooks A3: Ss who have a comfortable genre can be encouraged to float within that genre-GN & traditional text, stretching. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 Jennifer Ansbach @JenAnsbach A3. Asking Ss to create GN versions of essays or shorter pieces helps them learn the structure by doing. Also values the visual. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 - Answer to question 3 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo A3: Get to know themes, topics, issues, characters in GN and help kids find similar in trad'l books #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 - Answer to question 3 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz @JSerravallo - yes it is. But, I get tired of people who don't understand Picasso or Monet either looking down at GN cuz it's pop #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @JSerravallo: @jcbailey3 I think that Red Brick/Capstone Press does some nice GN "remakes" of other stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A3: When I pull books for teachers around a requested topic, I pull from every genre, but make sure there are GN. 2014-07-19 19:30 Spellbound Bookshop @SpellboundBkshp RT @PaulWHankins: Lack of vocabulary/complexity in comics/graphic novels? Here's an example from my live
  46. 46. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 46 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block #bookaday reading. #bproots http:/… 2014-07-19 19:30 Susie Highley @shighley @timetowrite_rj I would ride my bike to the drugstore to buy new Archie comics. They were maybe 12 cents? Yeah, I'm old. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot Developing readers who have a steady diet of comic reading are concerned; Expand the definition of balanced literacy - varied genre.#bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 Laurie Pandorf @LitCoach21 RT @JSerravallo: @jcbailey3 I think that Red Brick/Capstone Press does some nice GN "remakes" of other stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:30 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @IreneKistler: #bproots A2: Can I also add that GN/Manga are the perfect scaffold for my #ELL and #ESL kiddoes? They get visual support … 2014-07-19 19:29 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins .@donalynbooks Q3: "Ladder" @gaepol's THE SUMMER OF LETTING GO with THIS ONE SUMMER. Or STITCHES with @halseanderson's SPEAK. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 MegNev @MegNev When I recall how much vocabulary I gained from reading Calvin & Hobbes as a kid, I can't deny how valuable comics can be. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Janiel Wagstaff @JanielWagstaff @donalynbooks I love teaching Ss to infer using pictures. I've had a lot of fun w "The Blue Day Book" #bproots http://t.co/QWzKCa3zPL 2014-07-19 19:29 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6 #bproots @donalynbooks Is there research supporting increased/improved fluency with GN? I had a reluctant reader GN did wonders for fluency 2014-07-19 19:29
  47. 47. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 47 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Fellow Texans, we have state list of recommend GNs : The Maverick List: http://t.co/j4jHnwxDOn Actually anyone can read them, #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks You can read @terrytreads guest post from my Ed Week blog for free here: http://t.co/wu6bDGAIL1 (benefits of graphic novels) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Dylan Teut @dylanteut You all are making me so excited for school to start again!! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Nikki Paquette @npaquette25 RT @ProfessorNana: Here are some lists of popular comics and GNs: https://t.co/cJjQ3jxDbG #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler RT @LitCoach21 “@ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/dpaYtZcIpn #bproots”@jfik28 2014-07-19 19:29 Stephanie Hardinger @MsHardinger Shoot just driving home from my hockey game right now. Someone will archive #bproots right? Please? 2014-07-19 19:29 Jill Culmo, Ed.D. @motivated2read A3 I think we can do that by encouraging a "balanced" genre diet. Point out pairs of GNs and non-GNs that are somehow connected. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 - Answer to question 3 Jennifer Ansbach @JenAnsbach A3. Scott McCloud’s UNDERSTANDING COMICS is a great resource for teaching Ss how to read GNs. Not an intuitive skill. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 - Answer to question 3 Michele Knott @knott_michele RT @donalynbooks: Q3. How can we stretch students both ways? Between GN and other texts and the reverse? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A2: Can I also add that GN/Manga are the perfect scaffold for my #ELL and #ESL kiddoes? They get visual
  48. 48. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 48 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block support to learn English. 2014-07-19 19:29 Dr. Sheilah @docsheilah Jumping in but wanted to share my sons (11 & 15) ❤ ️graphic novels. But 2 encourage variety I insist on 2:1 ratio of GN: other books #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 Confession: I've been hoarding my comic strip collections, but I will put (some of) them in my classroom library this August. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Aileen Hower @aileenhower A3: Incorporate them into part of a text set on a specific topic. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 - Answer to question 3 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler @donalynbooks A3: we can ask Ss to analyze story found in both formats. What was different? Which platform more powerful and why? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:29 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @LitLearnAct: A2: my readers who enjoy reading a lot tend to enjoy the nuance and word play in comics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins .@donalynbooks Q3: I think this is where @professornana's "Reading Ladders" comes into play. ELI THE GOOD with REFRESH, REFRESH. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 Maria Selke @mselke01 A3 Pair #comics with other texts. Captain Marvel with Almost Astronauts would be wonderful. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 - Answer to question 3 Roland Yeomans @rxena77 RT @PaulWHankins: Lack of vocabulary/complexity in comics/graphic novels? Here's an example from my live #bookaday reading. #bproots http:/… 2014-07-19 19:28 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @donalynbooks: A2. You have to infer when you only have an image to read. Low-risk way to scaffold students. #bproots
  49. 49. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 49 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block 2014-07-19 19:28 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @jcbailey3 I think that Red Brick/Capstone Press does some nice GN "remakes" of other stories. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 Dylan Teut @dylanteut @PaulWHankins What film is this? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 Anna Osborn @annaoz429 RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/A2c3g98IoY #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 @IreneKistler #bproots Maybe I know this is a challenge but any way she responds to some good mentoring from you and some passion from kids 2014-07-19 19:28 Laurie Pandorf @LitCoach21 RT @colleen_cruz: Always wondered why we (adults, often Ts) value fine visual arts, picture books, films, but often look down on GN #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola A2 I personally read a ton of comics as a kid & a ton in general. Faves: Archie (double digests), Spider-Man, Mad magazine comics.. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:28 - Answer to question 2 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6 #bproots A2: I also think GN are more enticing to reluctant readers because they aren't so overwhelming "word" print wise. 2014-07-19 19:27 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Used 4 GNs in summer literature academy and was amazed that educators did not know more about form/format. Need to preach it! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj RT @donalynbooks: A2. You have to infer when you only have an image to read. Low-risk way to scaffold students. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27
  50. 50. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 50 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/A2c3g98IoY #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Laurie Pandorf @LitCoach21 “@ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/I8O6WNVY4Z #bproots”@jfik28 2014-07-19 19:27 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins @teacherman82 I don't know. I pre-ordered the DVD when the film first released. It's really a must-see for those in Child/MG/YA. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Q3. How can we stretch students both ways? Between GN and other texts and the reverse? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 - Question 3 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @colleen_cruz It's hard to appreciate what you don't understand, right? ;) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 @ProfessorNana Do you have recom for elementary students. I find a lot of the great GN are not content appropriate for EL Ss #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @ProfessorNana Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/omEksfCLih #bproots #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads @jcbailey3 #bproots After lrng abt TX Rev, kids ate up graphic novels abt Texas & the Battle of the Alamo, etc. 2014-07-19 19:27 Daniel Lazar @DanLazarAgent RT @PaulWHankins: Lack of vocabulary/complexity in comics/graphic novels? Here's an example from my live #bookaday reading. #bproots http:/… 2014-07-19 19:27 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/A2c3g98IoY #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27
  51. 51. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 51 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: A2. You have to infer when you only have an image to read. Low-risk way to scaffold students. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Cathy @Cathy_Blackler RT @MegNev I use Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi in conjunction w/1984. even in my AP Lit class. GNs aren't only for reluctant rdrs! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @donalynbooks: A2. You have to infer when you only have an image to read. Low-risk way to scaffold students. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:27 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A2: One teacher shared that, after testing, it was the most reading she'd seen some of her kids ever do. It's all about the book! 2014-07-19 19:26 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @IreneKistler: #bproots A2: The teachers asked for 20 books on testing day for kids to read. I only sent GN/Manga. Teachers shocked by t… 2014-07-19 19:26 Lisa @LisaCorbett0261 RT @donalynbooks: A1. Some research supporting GN w/ autistic children. Teaches facial recognition and inferring. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/bregET99zw #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins Allusions. "Ladders." Remix. #bproots http://t.co/yoAnM3h27y 2014-07-19 19:26 Angie @bernrome Some of my students will be in a 4th grade class next yr w/a T who doesn't like GNs. She's so going to kill their love of reading. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26
  52. 52. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 52 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Keely Shannon @keelybshannon I haven't used GN with Ss yet, but the more I read about them, the more I think I should. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @ProfessorNana: Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/A2c3g98IoY #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 MegNev @MegNev RT @colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz Always wondered why we (adults, often Ts) value fine visual arts, picture books, films, but often look down on GN #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @literacyzealot: Predicting:another great reading skill that gets exercised in daily comics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj RT @wyowayne68: @donalynbooks That is one of the greatest joys of teaching. Learning from our young literate friends. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A2. You have to infer when you only have an image to read. Low-risk way to scaffold students. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 - Answer to question 2 Dan Hawkins @DanHawkins11 RT @bethhill2829: “@colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots” 2014-07-19 19:26 Michele Knott @knott_michele @donalynbooks just read that section in Reading in the Wild. Wondered if it would come up tonight ;) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler
  53. 53. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 53 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block #bproots A2: The teachers asked for 20 books on testing day for kids to read. I only sent GN/Manga. Teachers shocked by the Ss reaction. 2014-07-19 19:26 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Here is link the page for Great Grpahic Novels for Teens: http://t.co/A2c3g98IoY #bproots 2014-07-19 19:26 Laurie Pandorf @LitCoach21 RT @wyowayne68: @donalynbooks That is one of the greatest joys of teaching. Learning from our young literate friends. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 MegNev @MegNev I use Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi in conjunction with 1984 -- even in my AP Lit class. GNs aren't only for reluctant readers! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 I also found elementary students reading more biographies and historical event books like the Boston Tea Party more in GN form #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 anne straume @chalkrelic #bproots I imagine the anticipation of the Sunday comics are history. I couldn't wait 4 the Phila.Bulletin every night to read serial comics 2014-07-19 19:25 Robin Johnson, Ed.D. @timetowrite_rj My favorite thing to read growing up were the Archie comics, and I was/am an avid/sophisticated reader. Who's to question interest! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Kelly Mikesell @mrsmikesell RT @donalynbooks: . @IreneKistler @dylanteut We complain that kids don't read, then bemoan their choices when they do. Snobbery. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 @donalynbooks That is one of the greatest joys of teaching. Learning from our young literate friends. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana
  54. 54. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 54 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block I think I new the form had arrived when YALSA developed a selection list for GNs and comics: Great Graphic Novels for Teens. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct RT @colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Maria Selke @mselke01 Truth! RT @LitLearnAct: A2: my readers who enjoy reading a lot tend to enjoy the nuance and word play in comics #bproots” 2014-07-19 19:25 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @mselke01: With the HUGE variety of genres represented in #comics, they are perfect for genre study and risk taking. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:25 Bethany Hill @bethhill2829 “@colleen_cruz: A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots” 2014-07-19 19:25 Jennifer Serravallo @JSerravallo @donalynbooks I heard Nick Bruel at NCTE talk about his PBs and the impact they've had on autistic children. Fascinating. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct Agreed! “@bethhill2829: A2: I don't think we honor the kids' love of graphic novels enough. If we buy them, they will read! #bproots” 2014-07-19 19:24 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot Predicting:another great reading skill that gets exercised in daily comics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler RT @donalynbooks Krashen, S. D., & Ujiie, J. (2005). Junk food is bad for you, but junk reading is good for you. @skrashen #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Laura Crawford @Mrscreads RT @LitLearnAct: A2: my readers who enjoy reading a lot tend to enjoy the nuance and word play in comics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24
  55. 55. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 55 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Bethany Hill @bethhill2829 @donalynbooks I was the same way! I used to overlook them when I made my book orders. A student taught me the importance. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Tammy Zack @TammyZack @ProfessorNana fantasy texts are more complex. Gifted children are drawn to them naturally. Aren't comics the same way? #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Leigh Anne Eck @Teachr4 RT @donalynbooks A2. I admit that I didn't always value graphic novels in my class. Students taught me the error of my ways. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A2: Reading begets reading. Doesn't matter what, as long as reader longs to read it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 - Answer to question 2 Jill Swanson @JillSwanson6 #bproots A2: For some of my Ss it's true, but others not necessarily. GN definitely enticed my reluctant readers! 2014-07-19 19:24 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks RT @PaulWHankins .@teacherman82 David Small has a fantastic piece (about STITCHES) within the documentary LIBRARY OF THE EARLY MIND #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Michele Knott @knott_michele @dylanteut it's how you interact with the book that counts :) #bproots 2014-07-19 19:24 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 More recently, I have been entertained by collections of Mutts, Get Fuzzy, and Cul de Sac. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Angie @bernrome @teacherman82 You know, that never crossed my mind. Wow. I should be modeling for my 3rd graders how to read graphic novels. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Melissa Peal Davis @MelissaPDavis
  56. 56. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 56 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block @knott_michele #bproots I agree! A great way to remind students of the work they must do in word-heavy texts 2014-07-19 19:23 Maria Selke @mselke01 With the HUGE variety of genres represented in #comics, they are perfect for genre study and risk taking. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Linda Winokur @literacyzealot Reading, fighting over, and sometimes cutting out the comics during breakfast = daily habit in this household of readers. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct A2: my readers who enjoy reading a lot tend to enjoy the nuance and word play in comics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 - Answer to question 2 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks A2. I admit that I didn't always value graphic novels in my class. Students taught me the error of my ways. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 - Answer to question 2 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana Honoring readers! Great away to put it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Jim Bailey @jcbailey3 My Ss were excited 2 hear they could read GN in my class. It also helped as a relationship building bc they know I like comics #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins .@teacherman82 David Small has a fantastic piece (about STITCHES) within the documentary, LIBRARY OF THE EARLY MIND. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:23 Bethany Hill @bethhill2829 “@mselke01: My strong readers love comics and GNs. They aren’t just for reluctant readers! http://t.co/N8Ypk1k7Gg #bproots” FABULOUS! 2014-07-19 19:22 Colleen Cruz @colleen_cruz A2 - when SDing in Tokyo I was struck by volume read by Ss and also by GN in EVERY classroom library - no biggie - coincidence? #bproots
  57. 57. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 57 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block 2014-07-19 19:22 - Answer to question 2 Donalyn Miller @donalynbooks Additional support: Krashen, S. D., & Ujiie, J. (2005). Junk food is bad for you, but junk reading is good for you. @skrashen #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @bethhill2829: A2: I don't think we honor the kids' love of graphic novels enough. If we buy them, they will read! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 Maria Selke @mselke01 . @ProfessorNana They are great for encouraging strong readers to explore new genres too. #bproots #Comics 2014-07-19 19:22 Michele Knott @knott_michele It's amazing the amnt of inferring you have to do when reading GN. You have to put together limited amt of words and illus 2 undrst #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 My childhood & teen years were marked by reading comic strip collections of Calvin & Hobbes, Fox Trot, & Baby Blues. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 Dana and Sonja @LitLearnAct A2: Yes it jives. I find that my struggling or reluctant readers view GN and comics as babyish or embarrassing. Not good! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 - Answer to question 2 Wholesale Guru @sale88guru RT @bernrome: A1 I don't restrict what my students can & can't read. I buy many graphic novels for my classroom library. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @mselke01: My strong readers love comics and GNs. They aren’t just for reluctant readers! http://t.co/gxb8QISiU4 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 Bethany Hill @bethhill2829 A2: I don't think we honor the kids' love of graphic novels enough. If we buy them, they will read! #bproots 2014-07-19 19:22 - Answer to question 2
  58. 58. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 58 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block block Laura Cooper @lauricoop RT @dylanteut: Dick Allington said at IRC that if someone challenges what a kid wants to read, tell them to "Go To Hell" #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler #bproots A2: I believe they do read more. GN/Manga also hooks reluctant readers. It's a bridge to other genres. I see that over and over. 2014-07-19 19:21 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana I am no expert in the form/format, but every one I read moves me closer to understanding they demands. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Dylan Teut @dylanteut A book is a book. Novel. Picture book. Graphic Novel. Wordless book. None more important than the other. Who cares about format. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Maria Selke @mselke01 . @PaulWHankins Calvin and Hobbes has HUGELY sophisticated vocabulary and concepts. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Kristen M @murphykten RT @wyowayne68: #bproots One of my avid GN readers showed the most reading growth this year. I say read away. I have much to learn about … 2014-07-19 19:21 Aileen Hower @aileenhower RT @mselke01: My strong readers love comics and GNs. They aren’t just for reluctant readers! http://t.co/gxb8QISiU4 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Jason Stephenson @teacherman82 A2: My students in general do not read GNs / comics, but I'm increasing access to them & I book talk them. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 - Answer to question 2 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins Remember my generation separating into levels of comic complexity. Moving from Archie to Bloom County. Doonesbury. Zippy the Clown. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21
  59. 59. 7/19/14, 8:06 PMoneQube™ SmartStream Page 59 of 85http://tweetchat.com/stream/stream_only.php?focus=%23bproots block block block block block block block block block Angie @bernrome A2 Yes! The biggest readers in my class read a lot of GNs. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 - Answer to question 2 Maria Selke @mselke01 My strong readers love comics and GNs. They aren’t just for reluctant readers! http://t.co/gxb8QISiU4 #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana GNs and comics not just for struggling readers. Want to show other readers how they work, too. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:21 Shawna Coppola @ShawnaCoppola RT @dylanteut: Dick Allington said at IRC that if someone challenges what a kid wants to read, tell them to "Go To Hell" #bproots 2014-07-19 19:20 Wayne Tuttle @wyowayne68 #bproots One of my avid GN readers showed the most reading growth this year. I say read away. I have much to learn about them 2014-07-19 19:20 Irene Kistler @IreneKistler @donalynbooks Completely! I advocate for 100% free choice from the library. I had to relationship build with teachers to do it. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:20 Paul W. Hankins @PaulWHankins I saw a friend snatch back a beloved Calvin and Hobbes anthology when her son tried to put it on their Yard Sale table. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:20 Micheal Kessner @MKessnerEdD RT @ProfessorNana: Here are some more resources for GNs and comics from @scholastic: http://t.co/SisTjEMd6F #bproots 2014-07-19 19:20 Shawn White @swpax A1: I hook a portion of struggling readers I work with into comics & graphic novels. #bproots 2014-07-19 19:19 - Answer to question 1 Teri Lesesne @ProfessorNana RT @donalynbooks: . @IreneKistler @dylanteut We complain that kids don't read, then bemoan their choices when they

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