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Promoting LOVE

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"Promoting a Love of Literature and Learning with
Projects and Collaboration"
Presented by
Ms. Joelle Wagner-Lynch, M.Ed
Ms. Angela Wright-Yelverton, M.Ed.

How to make it happen
the who, the what, the how,
ACTUAL APPLICATIONS
We would like to share what has worked for us....


On page 3, give a 3 sentence description of your favorite book
and a 2 sentence description of your favorite classroom project when you were a student



Let's tell a Story
On the back
draw a picture and/or give a two sentence description of
what you plan to do when you retire
Literature Based Instruction
Where we 've been....
and where we 're going
Instruction has changed
SGO CCCS PBA
SLO EUA RST
EOC PAARC EBCR
IEP SGP
AYP LWBAT
DAP SAT
PBL IDP
LBI LAL/ELA

Benefits

+Builds Vocabulary
+Develop Literary Skills
+Learn about People & Cultural
+Making Connections
+Provides models for reading/writing
+Efficient use of Instruction
+Good Readers= Good Writers



"I Do"
*facilitate
* lead
*direct
*mentor

"WE Do"
"Modeling the Behaviors"
Reading aloud
Writing together
Silently read
Demonstrate Academic Conversation

"You Do"
Responding to Literature:
JOURNALS
LITERATURE CIRCLES
OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS/SHORT CONSTRUCTED RESPONSES
RESEARCH
SPEECH
BOOK REVIEW
The Great Gatsby Double Entry Journals
Malcolm X Theme Essay
Poetry S.I.F.T./Recitation

Integration of Project Based Instruction
Understanding My Teaching Self & Co-Teaching
Creative Collisions
&
The
Common Core
Planning & Implementing
Sharing our Best Ideas
Tool kits
Out of School Field Experience Journal
Scrapbooks
Collage
Tech Projects
Harlem Renaissance Fair
How it works
Why it works
Communicate
Cooperate
Commit to Change
Celebrate!
Thank you for joining us!

Joelle Wagner-Lynch Angela Wright-Yelverton
joelle.wagner.lynch@gmail.com angelayelverton@gmail.com
Fences Read aloud/modeling
Informational Text TIME Magazine
Speeches/Essay Literature/Discussion Circles
Share your ideas
4 volunteers
teacher role
student activity
two or more academic subjects with meaningful connected patterns
1. Begin with the end in mind (standards)
2. Essential Question (theme, topic, problem)
3. Authentic Activities (active & engaging)
4. Assessment (reflection & summation)
Parallel Teaching
Station Teaching
Team Teaching
One Teach, One Assist
Alternative Teaching
Tag Team Teaching

2 accredited professionals
respond to diverse needs
augments teacher effectiveness
establishes close relationships


we aspire for higher
S
ymbolism
I
magery
F
igurative Language
T
one/Theme
Literature Circle Jobs
Director
Illustrator
Connector
Vocabulary Enhancer
Reporter
through a poem
Choose the tile of a popular song for the name of your book.
On page 2, tell where were you born & about your first teaching job
Draw a Pig
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