Presentation on theme: "Integrating Technology into Readers Workshop By: Susan Minton Spout Springs School of Enrichment Hall County School System."— Presentation transcript:
Integrating Technology into Readers Workshop By: Susan Minton Spout Springs School of Enrichment Hall County School System
15-20 Minute Mini-Lesson 30-40 Minute Supported Independent Reading 5-10 Journal Time Project based independent investigations Reader’s Workshop Model
Book Hook to teach targeted comprehension skills Students are exposed to a small snippet of high quality literature to teach the comprehension skill targeted for that lesson. Higher order thinking questions are used to promote critical thinking by using SEMR bookmarks. Mini- Lesson
http://www.dogonews.com/ http://www.dogonews.com/ online newspaper for young readers http://www.wegivebooks.org http://www.wegivebooks.org age range 3-10 years http://www.storynory.com/ http://www.storynory.com/ access to Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends, Poetry, original works and audio books Free Web Resources for Online Reading
http://www.cleavebooks.co.uk/grol/index.htm http://www.cleavebooks.co.uk/grol/index.htm Middle school and classic literature http://en.childrenslibrary.org/ Books for every age
http://storylineonline.net http://storylineonline.net http://readtomely.com/current-books/ http://readtomely.com/current-books/ Both of these sites use celebrities to read to children- great motivation strategy!
http://kids.aol.com/KOL/2/koljrstories/archive/animal-stories http://kids.aol.com/KOL/2/koljrstories/archive/animal-stories A live binder from KB Konnected with multiple literary resources http://ngexplorer.cengage.com/ngyoungexplorer/moreissues.html http://ngexplorer.cengage.com/ngyoungexplorer/moreissues.html National Geographic Explorer issues for students with teacher resources attached to each issue.
Kindergarten Class presented by Ashley Rhye Book Hook using higher order thinking skills
Students are reading in various media independently Reading stamina gradually increases Individual conferences and differentiated reading instruction occurring daily Students read books of their choice Metacognition is encouraged Phase Two- Conferencing
RESEARCH *Review student log *Inquire about book *Listen to student read aloud 1-2 paragraphs *Ask strategy question(s) using bookmarks DECIDE *Evaluate appropriateness of book *Suggest further reading & pursuits COMPLIMENT *Something child did well TEACHING POINT *With what does child need more guidance? Conferencing
http://www.gifted.uconn.edu/semr/about/teacherdo wnloads.html http://www.gifted.uconn.edu/semr/about/teacherdo wnloads.html Gifted education research that improves reading/thinking skills for all readers- resources include how to plan lessons, bookmarks, and book hook ideas. Journaling
Wallwisher.com & Todaysmeet.com - students use to journal reflections on their reading Skype - students can connect with other students to discuss what they have been reading Animoto - students can create their own book hook for classmates Web Resources for Metacognition
Book hook created by third grade student to encourage others to read “I Survived the Bombing of Pearl Harbor, 1941” using Animoto
Students will investigate topics that have stemmed from their reading. Students can create and present new information for their peers. Phase 3- Independent Research Projects