Alaska 2012

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Alaska 2012

  1. 1. How to Contact MeEmail: doctorL@shsu.eduTwitter: @professornanaFacebook Teri Lesesne
  2. 2. Back ChannelPost questions, comments, etc. here during the day:www.todaysmeet.com/AlaskaThe room will be archived for one year, so you can goback and see links, quotes, etc.
  3. 3. Materialswww.slideshare.net/ProfessorNana
  4. 4. Making the MatchKnowing KidsKnowing the BooksKnowing strategies to bring them together
  5. 5. Pavlov
  6. 6. Complexity of Kids
  7. 7. Ed Psych 101 RevisitedPiagetMaslowKohlbergHavighurst
  8. 8. PiagetianConcrete  Now begins as kids transition from middle school to high school  Does not mean transition is complete, just underway  Questions need scaffoldingAbstract  Theme  Drawing conclusions  Inferencing
  9. 9. Piaget and BooksConcrete Abstract
  10. 10. Piaget and BooksConcrete Abstract
  11. 11. Piaget and BooksConcrete Abstract
  12. 12. Piaget and BooksConcrete Abstract
  13. 13. Piaget and BooksConcrete Abstract
  14. 14. PiagetJust because it looks Does not mean it is like this concrete 0 “He pinched my belly bu10!” 0 “I think you’ll sur5. (They just do this 4 a10tion.)” 0 “They are in a 4eign country. 0 Their 2r guide is transl8ting.”
  15. 15. Maslow and NeedsStart at bottom of the hierarchyFind books where characters are dealing with same needsImportant topics: Belonging Esteem Safety
  16. 16. Esteem
  17. 17. Esteem
  18. 18. Belonging
  19. 19. Belonging
  20. 20. Safety
  21. 21. Safety
  22. 22. Kohlberg and Morals0 Preconventional 0 Reward 0 Punishment0 Conventional 0 Follow the conventions (laws) 0 Secular 0 Religious0 Post conventional 0 No law supersedes value of human life
  23. 23. Preconventional
  24. 24. Preconventional
  25. 25. Conventional
  26. 26. Conventional
  27. 27. Post Conventional
  28. 28. Postconventional
  29. 29. Havighurst0 Working for pay0 Easy relationship with opposite sex0 Changing relationships with peers0 Finding a vocation0 Determining appropriate sex role0 Refining morals and values
  30. 30. Working for pay
  31. 31. Easy relationship with opposite sex
  32. 32. Changing relationships with peers
  33. 33. Finding a vocation
  34. 34. Determining appropriate sex role
  35. 35. Refining morals and values
  36. 36. Oldies but Goodies Gathering readersinstead of gathering dust
  37. 37. Remember these?
  38. 38. How about these?
  39. 39. Or perhaps these?
  40. 40. Maybe these?
  41. 41. Narrowing ChoicesWhere are the good books hiding?
  42. 42. http://imaginationsoup.net/2012/07/the-best-picture-books-of- summer-2012/ GIANT, I AM HERE TO DO BATTLE WITH YOU! PREPARE YOURSELF, AND LET US BEGIN!” The Cyclops stared at Henry, and Henry stared back. The stared and stared until Henry could stare no longer. “ENOUGH, LONE-EYE!” Henry shouted. “YOU HAVE HAD TIME APLENTY! LET THE BATTLE COMMENCE!” “But the battle has already begun,” the Cyclops explained. “Whoever blinks first is the loser. I thought you understood.”
  43. 43. Resources0 Titletalk0 Blogs0 Twitter0 Facebook0 Web sites
  44. 44. Titletalk0 Last Sunday of the month0 7-8 PM CST
  45. 45. How to Join0 Use hashtag: #titletalk0 Use an app like HootSuite or Tweetdeck0 Select "search" option using Titletalk0 Post using #titletalk0 Visit the archives (thanks Cindy!)
  46. 46. Blogs0 Great Resources for Finding Books
  47. 47. Best Blogs (IMHO)0 Reading Rants0 Richies Picks0 SLJ0 Nerdy Book Club
  48. 48. Reading Rants0 http://www.readingrants.org/
  49. 49. Richies Picks0 http://www.richiespicks.com
  50. 50. Fuse 8: SLJ Blog0 http://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/afuse8producti on/
  51. 51. Nerdy Book Club0 http://nerdybookclub.wordpress.com/
  52. 52. Twitter0 Are you one of our tweeps?
  53. 53. 0 @donalynbooks0 @professornana0 @catagator0 @colbysharp0 @mrschureads0 @paulwhankins0 @judyblume0 @kylenebeers0 @mindi_r0 @skajder
  54. 54. How to Build Your PLN0 start following one person0 see who they are including in tweets0 #FF
  55. 55. Facebook0 forums, pages
  56. 56. The Hub0 http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub
  57. 57. Adbooks0 http://www.groups.yahoo.com.group/adbooks/
  58. 58. Middle School Lit0 http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/middle_school _lit
  59. 59. Reading Outside the Comfort Zones Pushing ourselves as readers
  60. 60. Nonfiction
  61. 61. More nonfiction
  62. 62. “Classics”
  63. 63. Cute animals on covers
  64. 64. Read Alouds0 Build community0 Model fluency0 Reveal how writers write0 Expose students to more variety in books0 Enhance the curriculum0 Supports developing readers0 Demonstrates that reading can be fun Donalyn Miller
  65. 65. Audio
  66. 66. Picture Books
  67. 67. Retellings
  68. 68. Retellings
  69. 69. EPISODIC
  70. 70. Empathy
  71. 71. Five authors every child ingrade ___ should know are… idea from Donalyn Miller
  72. 72. Booktalks
  73. 73. Displays/Packaging
  74. 74. Trailershttp://thedivinersseries.com/http://us.macmillan.com/author/lauravaccaroseeger
  75. 75. Spine Poetry
  76. 76. Starred Reviews0 SIX STARS 0 Code Name Verity. Elizabeth Wein. 0 Fault in Our Stars, The. John Green. 0 Z Is for Moose. Kelly Bingham, illus. by Paul O. Zelinsky.0 FIVE STARS 0 Green. Laura Vaccaro Seeger.
  77. 77. Seeing Stars0 FOUR STARS 0 Black Hole Is NOT a Hole, A. Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano, illus. by Michael Carroll 0 Grave Mercy. Robin LaFevers0 THREE STARS 0 Curveball: The Year I Lost My Grip. Jordan Sonnenblick 0 Lions of Little Rock, The. Kristin Levine 0 Wonder. R.J. Palacio
  78. 78. Nonfiction and Gory
  79. 79. Illustrated Chapter Books
  80. 80. More GNs
  81. 81. Intensity Racheted Up
  82. 82. Refuse Classification
  83. 83. Revisiting
  84. 84. Bilingual Texts
  85. 85. Series
  86. 86. Silly Parodies
  87. 87. Kleenex Books
  88. 88. Poetry Parody
  89. 89. Adult Authors Reach Down
  90. 90. Revisiting
  91. 91. Series
  92. 92. Redefining format
  93. 93. Changing Genres
  94. 94. More History
  95. 95. Middle Grades
  96. 96. More in the middle
  97. 97. Novels in Verse
  98. 98. Retellings
  99. 99. GNs
  100. 100. GNs
  101. 101. Humor
  102. 102. Retellings
  103. 103. Novels in Verse
  104. 104. Creating LaddersSelect a theme or genre or setting or some other aspect that you wish to highlightChoose texts ranging in reading levels/demands and other factorsArrange them from “easiest” to “most difficult”
  105. 105. What IS a Reading Ladder?0 Combines elements of 0 Thematic unit 0 Vertical alignment and planning 0 Horizontal alignment and planning0 Moves students to more independence in selecting reading materials0 Makes connections between and among books
  106. 106. WHY Reading Ladders?0 Research shows that PROFICIENT readers make connections from text to text0 MOST of our students never progress beyond BASIC 0 NAEP indicates only 3% of students score here at PROFICIENT level (since 1992 there has been NO growth at this level)
  107. 107. 135  Meaning  Play  Empathy  Symphony  Story  Design
  108. 108. 136 Readers make meaning (Louise Rosenblatt) from the text. However, they need to know how to negotiate the text FOR meaning.
  109. 109. Meaning
  110. 110. Meaning
  111. 111. 139 Word play and playing with language
  112. 112. Humor Reading LadderDevelopmental physical character situation language
  113. 113. Physical
  114. 114. Character
  115. 115. Audio
  116. 116. Characters: Cover Predictions
  117. 117. Situation
  118. 118. CHARACTER
  119. 119. Character and Language
  120. 120. SITUATION
  121. 121. Nonfiction
  122. 122. Nonfiction
  123. 123. Parody
  124. 124. Adult Humor: Parody
  125. 125. Word Play: Chapter titles 0 Beep beep beep beep yeah 0 These are a few of my favorite things 0 Back in black 0 Sweet dreams are made of these 0 The future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades 0 I put a spell on you because you’re mine 0 Papa was a rolling stone 0 Come on baby don’t fear the reaper 0 School’s out forever
  126. 126. 154 Stronger than sympathy. Empathetic bonds can be developed through literature.
  127. 127. Character Connections
  128. 128. “Real” Characters
  129. 129. Understanding Motivation
  130. 130. HarperCollins
  131. 131. 6 word memoirsFIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND TWO OBITUARIES.YOURE THE PARENT. ACT LIKE ONE.EXAGGERATION IS THE SPICE OF LIFE.GOD ABANDONED ME, SO I RECIPROCATED.I NEVER GOT MY HOGWARTS LETTER. (could be Hank Greens memoir?)WOULD BE SLUT GIVEN THE CHANCE.YOU MADE ME STRONGER. THANKS, RAPIST.MEASURED OUT MY LIFE IN LITERATURE.LIFE IS FULL OF "AWKWARD TURTLE" MOMENTS.INSERT MELODRAMATIC CLICHE-TEEN ICK HERE.
  132. 132. 160 Many voices blending together
  133. 133. Three books: one focus
  134. 134. Multiple Perspectives
  135. 135. 163
  136. 136. Story circle
  137. 137. Dystopian Futures
  138. 138. Outstanding Dystopic Novels
  139. 139. 170
  140. 140. Candlewick
  141. 141. HarperCollins
  142. 142. Aladdin
  143. 143. Norton
  144. 144. Nonfiction Reading Ladder Historical Horizontal
  145. 145. 176
  146. 146. 177
  147. 147. 182
  148. 148. 185
  149. 149. 186
  150. 150. FIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND TWO OBITUARIES.YOURE THE PARENT. ACT LIKE ONE.EXAGGERATION IS THE SPICE OF LIFE.GOD ABANDONED ME, SO I RECIPROCATED.I NEVER GOT MY HOGWARTS LETTER. (could beHank Greens memoir?)WOULD BE SLUT GIVEN THE CHANCE.YOU MADE ME STRONGER. THANKS, RAPIST.MEASURED OUT MY LIFE IN LITERATURE.LIFE IS FULL OF "AWKWARD TURTLE" MOMENTS.INSERT MELODRAMATIC CLICHE-TEEN ICK HERE. 6 word memoirs
  151. 151. GN Reading Ladder Growing more complex
  152. 152. 189
  153. 153. Different covers US, Brit
  154. 154. Form and Format Ladder Genres Categories
  155. 155. Wendy Lamb 195
  156. 156. 197
  157. 157. 198
  158. 158. They are alive and wellin middle and high school classrooms
  159. 159. Christmas Classics 0 POLAR EXPRESS 0 DECEMBER 0 CHRISTMAS CAROL
  160. 160. METAFICTION 0 HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON 0 MONSTER 0 ORIGAMI YODA 0 BOOK
  161. 161. PLAYING WITH LANGUAGE 0 JOKE AND RIDDLE BOOKS 0 DICKENSIAN NAMES
  162. 162. UNEXPECTED TWISTS 0 PREDICTION SKILLS 0 IRONY
  163. 163. ZEN AND STORYTELLING FORMS
  164. 164. METAFICTION, PART DEUX 0 STORY OF LITTLE MOUSE TRAPPED IN A BOOK 0 SEARCH FOR WONDLA
  165. 165. VIEWING ANDREPRESENTING 0 OTHERS IN SERIES 0 WHAT MAKES A CASSATT A CASSATT? 0 OTHERS IN THAT SERIES
  166. 166. CREATING CHARACTERS
  167. 167. TEXTLESS STORIES 0 THE ARRIVAL 0 THE LION AND THE MOUSE by Pinkney 0 TUESDAY
  168. 168. MORE TEXTLESS 0 WEB SITE 0 SEQUELS
  169. 169. SIMPLY PUT 0 OUTSIDE NARRATORS 0 PATTERN WRITING 0 IMAGINATIVE PLAY
  170. 170. SO MUCH TO MINE 0 DICTION 0 STYLE 0 REGIONALISM 0 HUMOR
  171. 171. NONFICTION 0 ILLUSTRATION EXAMINATION 0 CONVEYING INFORMATION MEANINGFULLY AND INTERESTINGLY
  172. 172. ALTERNATIVES 0 CHOOSE YOUR OWN ENDING/ADVENTURE
  173. 173. WHAT A PAIR! 0 UNUSUAL PAIRINGS 0 HUMOR 0 ILLUSTRATION ENHANCING TEXT
  174. 174. FAIRY RETELLINGS 0 SCIESZKA’S THRTEE LITTLE PIGS, FROG PRINCE CONTINUED, STINKY CHEESE MAN 0 YA RETELLINGS BY ALEX FLINN, ROBIN MCKINLEY AND OTHERS
  175. 175. MORE VARIANTS
  176. 176. WHO GETS IT? 0 HUMOR IF YOU KNOW WHAT IS BEING PARODIED
  177. 177. LANGUAGE PLAY 0 HOMONYMS, HOMOPHONE S, HOMOGRAPHS 0 ELLA MINNOW PEA
  178. 178. RE-ENVISIONING FAMILIAR TALES
  179. 179. AUDIO FUN
  180. 180. RULES, RULES, RULES
  181. 181. The possibilities are endless!

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