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Creating a Connected
Literacy Classroom
@pernilleripp
www.pernillesripp.com
www.slideshare.net/PernilleRipp
@pernilleripp
www.pernillesripp.com
My day (is awesome)
Oregon School District, WI
Connected Literacy means:
● Connected to yourself
● Connected to the classroom
● Connected to the world
8 weeks for 144 pages
We need book clubs!
What do you spend the most time
on in your classrooms right now?
What do students say have
made them dislike reading in
school?
No Choice
“Passionate Learners - Student Engagement” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
“Passionate Learners - Student Engagement” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
“Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
“Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
Book Clubs
Reading Logs
Todaysmeet - a backchannel discussion area
Share your own reading life
Reading Responses
Twitter - for Students Too
Why Twitter?
This Is Why
Reading as
punishment
What Are We Reading For?
Book Goals/
Challenges
“Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
Why not ask an author?
Homework
“Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
What Just 10 Minutes of Reading Can Do
Good Fit Books
Fluency
“
There is no ideal speed in reading.
Thomas Newkirk, 2011
Having no “real
life” purpose
KidBlog - Blogging Will
Change Them
Provide an audience
Skype in the Classroom
“Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
Some of the things we have done are…
● Reading buddies
● T...
Ideas for collaboration
An open-ended question
Discussion around a common topic
A challenge
A presentation
A contest
A com...
Strangers are nice
Image from icanread
Create Your Own
Image from icanread
Replace
rather
than add-
on
Image from icanread
“
Within our literacy instruction
lies amazing opportunities to
have students’ work travel
beyond our schools.
- Pernille ...
www.pernillesripp.com
@pernilleripp
psripp@gmail.com
www.slideshare.
net/PernilleRipp
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment
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Session from NCTIES16 on Connected Literacy and global collaboration by Pernille Ripp

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NCTIES - Creating a Connected Literacy Environment

  1. 1. Creating a Connected Literacy Classroom @pernilleripp www.pernillesripp.com
  2. 2. www.slideshare.net/PernilleRipp @pernilleripp www.pernillesripp.com
  3. 3. My day (is awesome) Oregon School District, WI
  4. 4. Connected Literacy means: ● Connected to yourself ● Connected to the classroom ● Connected to the world
  5. 5. 8 weeks for 144 pages
  6. 6. We need book clubs!
  7. 7. What do you spend the most time on in your classrooms right now?
  8. 8. What do students say have made them dislike reading in school?
  9. 9. No Choice
  10. 10. “Passionate Learners - Student Engagement” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
  11. 11. “Passionate Learners - Student Engagement” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
  12. 12. “Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
  13. 13. “Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
  14. 14. Book Clubs
  15. 15. Reading Logs
  16. 16. Todaysmeet - a backchannel discussion area
  17. 17. Share your own reading life
  18. 18. Reading Responses
  19. 19. Twitter - for Students Too
  20. 20. Why Twitter?
  21. 21. This Is Why
  22. 22. Reading as punishment
  23. 23. What Are We Reading For?
  24. 24. Book Goals/ Challenges
  25. 25. “Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp
  26. 26. Why not ask an author?
  27. 27. Homework
  28. 28. “Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp What Just 10 Minutes of Reading Can Do
  29. 29. Good Fit Books
  30. 30. Fluency
  31. 31. “ There is no ideal speed in reading. Thomas Newkirk, 2011
  32. 32. Having no “real life” purpose
  33. 33. KidBlog - Blogging Will Change Them
  34. 34. Provide an audience
  35. 35. Skype in the Classroom
  36. 36. “Creating Passionate Reading Environments” © 2016 Pernille Ripp Some of the things we have done are… ● Reading buddies ● Taught pre-service teachers how to blog ● Taught teachers how to do Mystery Skypes ● Book jeopardy games ● Performed and recorded Elephant & Piggie plays ● Created nonfiction picture books ● Created public service announcements ● Had peer editors from a high school edit our work ● Shared what our classroom looks like with
  37. 37. Ideas for collaboration An open-ended question Discussion around a common topic A challenge A presentation A contest A community
  38. 38. Strangers are nice Image from icanread
  39. 39. Create Your Own Image from icanread
  40. 40. Replace rather than add- on Image from icanread
  41. 41. “ Within our literacy instruction lies amazing opportunities to have students’ work travel beyond our schools. - Pernille Ripp
  42. 42. www.pernillesripp.com @pernilleripp psripp@gmail.com www.slideshare. net/PernilleRipp

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