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Page history last edited by Kristen Majkut, Librarian 5 years ago

 

 

 

  Welcome to the Interactive Read-Alouds Wiki!

You will find linked all of the resources mentioned in today's presentation. 

 

 

                                                                           

 

*Today's session is based on some of the work that has been supported

by these three professional development titles regarding literacy.

 

Today's Agenda: 3-27-09 Agenda.doc

Reading Survey:  Reading Interest Inventory.doc

Beginning Activity.ppt

 

LIBRARY CATALOG SEARCHES:

 

SCSD LIBRARY DATABASESSearch for fiction and non-fiction book titles and read-alikes

 

GOOD LITERACY SITES TO FIND READ-ALOUD RESOURCES, BOOKS & AUTHORS:

 

 

READ ALOUD RESEARCH ARTICLES.doc

 

Professional Book Titles for Additional Reading: 

  

How Librarians Choose Books...We Can't Read Them All!  

We read reviews from the following using our Titlewave accounts:

 

Book Talk Presentations in PowerPoint

 

How to Conduct an Interactive Read Aloud:

  1. State the reason the book was chosen and the purpose of the lesson
  2. Give the curriculum connection(s)
  3. Provide a book introduction (explain briefly what the book is about)
  4. Provide any vocabulary words that need to be defined and clarified.
  5. Connect children's prior knowledge to the topics by brainstorming a bulleted list
  6. Highlight the comprehension strategy or strategies that you want them to use.
  7. Model the strategy listed below (numbers 1-8) for the students first (gradual release of responsibility) and ask for their participation

 

End of Workshop Survey

 

Reading Comprehension Strategies

Visual Cues to post and refer to in your read-aloud area

  1. Questioning.doc
  2. Mental Files - Schema.doc
  3. Making Text Connections.doc
  4. Inferencing.doc
  5. Good Readers Re-read.doc
  6. Close your eyes and visualize.doc
  7. Before, During, & After.doc
  8. What are you wondering.doc

 

 

 

 

 

 

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