Literacy- Reading the Route to            Success CPD Programme 19th October 2011 Sarah Masters Jonathan Sim Martin Fehren...
Reasons for children to read• It can inform and entertain. Reading can be fun• It can fire a child`s imagination and incre...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle   Step Two: Whole College have DEA...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASUStep One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle.(Why not work in pairs/clusters to ...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASUStep One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle.
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU  Step Two: Whole College have DEAR on same dayWhole College Drops Everything AndReads.....
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Two: Whole College have DEAR on same day
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU                      Step Three: Read Out Loud As a Tutor you can easily model reading....
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU        Step Three: Read Out Loud
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU     Step Four: Drop Everything And Read EverydayIn addition to the 30 minute DEAR sessi...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU  Step Four: Drop Everything And Read Everyday
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU             Step Five: Create a College Book WallFind a Display area for creating aBook...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU     Step Five: Create a College Book Wall
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU    Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRCOkay, so you won’t all be able to s...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU  Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRC
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU                 Step Seven: Get Creative    Use Photostory to create a moving book revi...
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU         Step Seven: Get Creative
7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU              Step Seven: Get Creative     G:     MRC     WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
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  • Refresher of the 7 steps to success
  • Play video if some of group haven’t seen it yet. Demo how to find DEAR Homepage if needed!
  • Which colleges have identified step one in their action plan.Sharing ideas and good practice – what works.- annotate page.
  • Joe Heppell is trying to make Monday DEAR day for all colleges. If this isn’t the case then which colleges have identified step 2 in their action plan and which day have they picked. Use DEAR time for reading and DEAR activities NOT sending students to MRC to ‘grab a book’. Tutees need to be prepared. Sharing what works, good practise and annotating page
  • Watch video if not seen
  • Which colleges have identified step 3 in their action plan.Demonstrate reading to group? Give out hints and tips info. Sharing ideas and good practice – what works.- annotate page
  • Watch video if not seen
  • Which colleges have identified step 4 in their action plan.Sharing ideas and good practice – what works.- annotate page.
  • Which colleges have identified step 5 in their action plan.Sharing ideas and good practice – what works.- annotate page.
  • All tutor groups have been timetabled in for term 1. Invites have been sent – response is poor. (Only 1 so far*) BUT lots of tutors groups are tuning up unexpected..... Could cause problems if more than 2 turn up. Remember DEAR time is for reading / DEAR activities not last minute random book borrowing. Which colleges have identified step 5 in their action plan.Sharing ideas and good practice – what works.- annotate page.
  • Watch video if not seen
  • Which colleges have identified step 7 in their action plan.Share my version. Now your turn – show bank of images for “Where the wild things are”
  • Which colleges have identified step 7 in their action plan.Share my version. Now your turn – show bank of images for “Where the wild things are”
  • 7 steps to success CPD workshop

    1. 1. Literacy- Reading the Route to Success CPD Programme 19th October 2011 Sarah Masters Jonathan Sim Martin Fehrenbach
    2. 2. Reasons for children to read• It can inform and entertain. Reading can be fun• It can fire a child`s imagination and increase their general knowledge and their awareness of the world• Has been proven to improve a child`s vocabulary, spelling and levels of comprehension• Gives children more confidence when speaking and enables them to take part in discussions on a wide range of topics• Has a positive impact on their emotional and social behaviour• Can be habit forming. Children who say they enjoy reading are more likely to continue with it into adulthood and encourage their own children to read• Opportunity for “Lifelong learning”
    3. 3. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle Step Two: Whole College have DEAR on same day Step Three: Read Out Loud Step Four: Drop Everything And Read Everyday Step Five: Create a College Book Wall Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRC Step Seven: Get Creative
    4. 4. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASUStep One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle.(Why not work in pairs/clusters to use the DEAR support pages and plan collectively)ClickPicture towatchshort clipon whereto find theDEARHomepageand aquickglimpse atwhat youcan findthere!
    5. 5. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASUStep One: Use DEAR Homepage at least once each cycle.
    6. 6. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Two: Whole College have DEAR on same dayWhole College Drops Everything AndReads.....Including Admin; Technicians.... AndCollege Leaders!Get a whole ‘atmosphere’ going, allow forhabit forming.This will also allow for: splitting groups byKS or Gender.Share a girlie book with just the girls, or aboyish book with just the lads. Orsomething nice and easy with KS3 andsomething ‘dangerous’ with KS4
    7. 7. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Two: Whole College have DEAR on same day
    8. 8. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Three: Read Out Loud As a Tutor you can easily model reading. Have the DEAR Homepage extract on a screen so tutees can follow along anddiscover “Oh, that’s how you say that word” OR/AND Read a whole book over a term. –Your choice... Their choice? OR/AND Click to watch the video (you don’t have to watch it all now)Allow buddy reading, borrow a set of Books from the MRC for group reading.
    9. 9. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Three: Read Out Loud
    10. 10. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Four: Drop Everything And Read EverydayIn addition to the 30 minute DEAR sessionallow for a quick burst of readingeveryday. (5-10 minutes)A chapter of the ongoing story.Todays’ newspapers online.Allow & reward reading for pleasure. Click to watch the video (you don’t have to watch it all now)
    11. 11. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Four: Drop Everything And Read Everyday
    12. 12. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Five: Create a College Book WallFind a Display area for creating aBook Wall which can include:Author profiles;Book reviews;Get caught Reading photos;Polls;Quotes;Themed by Genre;Front Cover Designs;Display run by different tutor groupeach month/term.
    13. 13. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Five: Create a College Book Wall
    14. 14. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRCOkay, so you won’t all be able to spend Author GP Taylor meets tutor grouptime with visiting Authors like the top C ABafour borrowing Tutor groups did in June.But your tutor group will be invited tospend time browsing in the MRC.Many students complain that they don’tget enough time to just explore the booksin the MRC.Taking time to choose a book right forthem is half the battle.MRC Staff are on hand to offersuggestions for those tricky students!
    15. 15. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Six: Accept your invitation to visit the MRC
    16. 16. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Seven: Get Creative Use Photostory to create a moving book review, or a Book Trailer Click Screen to watch a Photostory example (just watch the beginning to get an idea)
    17. 17. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Seven: Get Creative
    18. 18. 7 Steps to Success: DEAR not SDASU Step Seven: Get Creative G: MRC WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

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