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1 Woodland Hills Dictionary Project Gladys Maharam

2 Oakland Club Dictionary Project

3 Handouts personalized for each school

4 Name Plate

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6 Partners: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Public Schools

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10 Woodland Hills Dictionary Project Braddock Churchill Wilkins Forest Hills Swissvale Turtle Creek

11 Reviewed at Forest Hills Board Meeting

12 District Simplified Grant!!! We were awarded $800!

13 Woodland Hills Dictionary Project Agenda for January 26, 2010 Introductions Review of scope of project Dictionary selection Schools and census Point person for each school Contact Arrive at least 20 minutes early Have dictionaries and pens ready to hand out Rotary welcome followed by dictionary skills lesson by public librarian or library school student Photographs Preliminary work Where dictionaries should be shipped Purchase of pens Amount of personalization Text of labels Text of enclosed sheet Extra boxes

14 Next meeting Unpack boxes Apply labels Stuff sheets Pack and label boxes Take pens Store boxes Photographer for meeting Budget Grant $800 Portion from each Club for WHSD Each Club paying expenses for dictionaries/pens/labels, etc. for charter, parochial and private schools in their catchment area District Foundation. Application sent. Waiting for confirmation. Checks to Forest Hills Club so one check can go to District Foundation by February Dates By Thursday, January 28—Contact info distributed. Thursday, January 28 by noon—Final confirmation of number of dictionaries for each private, parochial and charter school. Friday, January 29—Place order with Scholastic. By February 22—Dictionaries arrive

15 Rotary District 7300 Foundation 1.Application 2.Resolution

16 Name of School MunicipalityStudentsClub Responsibility Ben Fairless ElementaryWHSD50Braddock Good Shepherd SchoolBraddock15Braddock Shaffer ElementaryWHSD45Churchill-Wilkins Wilkins ElementaryWHSD58Churchill-Wilkins Edgewood ElementaryWHSD65Forest Hills Trinity Christian SchoolForest Hills22Forest Hills St. Maurice SchoolForest Hills17Forest Hills Christ Lutheran SchoolForest Hills9 Dickson ElementaryWHSD42Swissvale Word of God SchoolSwissvale16Swissvale Universal Academy of PittsburghSwissvale15Swissvale Woodland Hills AcademyWHSD45Turtle Creek Propel EastTurtle Creek40Turtle Creek

17 Woodland Hills Dictionary Project Project to be completed by the end of March. Contact the Woodland Hills contact for your school(s) Arrange date and time. Find out if you will be visiting separate classes or if the children will be in one group. Contact Gladys Maharam with the above info once it’s determined. Copy Andrea McNeill and Tom Nunnally Andrea will let you know if she is available. If she isn’t, review the dictionary skills handout. Tom will let you know if any media person will be present for interviews or photographs. Contact other schools Arrange date and time. If applicable, find out if you will be visiting separate classes or if the children will be in one group. Contact Gladys Maharam with the above info once it’s determined. Copy Andrea McNeill and Tom Nunnally Andrea will let you know if she is available. If she isn’t, review the dictionary skills handout. Tom will let you know if any media person will be present for interviews or photographs.

18 Final preparation Have dictionaries and pens organized for each class. Remember to wear your Rotary pens and take a camera (preferably digital) School representative will introduce Rotary project. Greet children, introduce yourself, and tell them a little bit about Rotary. (Do remember that they are 3 rd graders.) Distribute dictionaries and pens. Ask them to open cover and write their first and last name on the line on the book plate. Instruct them to put pens down and tell them that they will be allowed to keep them. Explain that the dictionaries are theirs for home use, that they should show them to their parents, and give the handout to their parents. Either introduce Andrea O’Neill or one of the Rotarians should be prepared to handle the dictionary skills lesson. After lesson, encourage students to look through dictionary. Rotarians should visit with the children individually for a few minutes. Thank teacher and school official. Take extra dictionaries and pens. If teacher tells you that a child is absent, then leave a dictionary and pen behind. If a teacher requests a dictionary for use in classroom, decline tactfully saying that the project is just for the students. After the Distribution by April 5, 2010, each Club should: Send pictures to Gladys Maharam, making sure that the school is identified. Send a brief report of your experience to her as well indicating if anything went wrong, any recommendations for next year, and the high points. Extra dictionaries and pens belong to your Club. You may either save them for next year or use them for Club purposes. Please don’t sell them unless your Club is prepared to collect local and state sales tax. Talk to your board about making this an annual event.

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20 Rotarians Teaching Brief Dictionary Skills Ask students why dictionaries are important. Why should they have one at home? Look up “service.” Look up “polio.” Personal use

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23 Placed by title page. Children instructed to show sheet and dictionary to adults at home.

24 ISBN:WPE ISBN 13: Short ID: Alternate ID:WPE Imprint:Scholastic Reference Pub. Year:2007 Format:Trade Trim Size:8 x 10 Pages:672 Illustrations:full-color photographs Scholastic Children’s Dictionary List Price: $18.99

25 The bestselling Scholastic Children's Dictionary has been revised and updated. Some outstanding new features include: *16 pages of bonus material--a grammar and punctuation guide, photos of all the U.S. presidents, a map of the continents, a map of Canada, and more! *Dozens of new and updated entries--blog, artichoke, IM, desktop, and Euro to name a few. Each new entry was written by a well- known lexicographer and reviewed by an advisory board of educators and librarians.

26 Rotarians, Thank you so much for the dictionaries! The students are THRILLED with them! (The teachers are excited about the students having dictionaries, as well.) This is a wonderful thing you are doing for the third graders in the Woodland Hills District. With much gratitude, Terry Ward, Word of God Catholic School Rotarians, Thank you so much for the dictionaries! The students are THRILLED with them! (The teachers are excited about the students having dictionaries, as well.) This is a wonderful thing you are doing for the third graders in the Woodland Hills District. With much gratitude, Terry Ward, Word of God Catholic School Sent to the Swissvale Club

27 Dear Mr. Nunnally, Thank you for the gift from The Rotary Club of Dictionaries for our third graders. We appreciate the help in the education of our students. Thank you again for your thoughtfulness. Dale McLane Headmaster Trinity Christian School Sent to the Forest Hills Club

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