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Bringing the Outside In - BLC 2009

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Description:

Steeped in what we know about reading, literacy and adolescent learners, this session will examine multiple engaging, rigorous practices that fuse best practices in reading instruction with powerful technology tools. Our goal will be to push against the definition of literacy just hard enough to allow new possibilities to emerge which leverage the multiple literacies students bring into our classrooms while helping them engage with print text in deeper ways. We’ll explore literacy narratives, logographic cues, SRI, visual think alouds, literacy maps and multiple other practices – anchoring each with student exemplars and instructional models. Participants will be challenged to “reinvent” these ideas within their own classroom spaces.

 

 

Resources to Support our Discussion

BackChannel Discussion for this session. 

PollEverywhere Question

 

Writing about Reading

Crazy Talk - Student Example

Xtranormal

ToonDoo

ipadio (teacher example)

 

Video Feedback Tool

VideoAnt

 

Social Reading

Zotero

Diigo

Evernote

 

Communities of Readers

Shelfari.com

GoodReads.com

BookGlutton.com

BookCrossing

 

Texts

DailyLit

RareBookRoom

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