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Digital Literacy: Making Books Come Alive!
Transcript of Digital Literacy: Making Books Come Alive!
Ryan Eckart and Amy Yoos
Making Books Come Alive!
Take a closer look at the
Tools of the Trade
Resources and Equipment
Google Image (Drive)
Library of Congress
More from the
A glimpse into our students thinking
hOW DO i START...
From the MyLincolnlion studio...
Breaking Stalin's Nose
Take a look at what our teachers & students have to say...
Dalton, B. & Grisham, D.L. (2013). Love That Book: Multimodal Response to Literature. The Reading Teacher, 67(3), 220–225.
Daniels, H.(2002). Literature circles: Voice and choice in book clubs and reading groups. Portland, ME: Stenhouse
Miller, D. (2009). The book whisperer: Awakening the inner reader in every child. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
Young, C and Rasinski, T.V. (2013). Student-produced movies as a medium for literacy development. The Reading Teacher, 66(8), p. 670-675.
"best plan to multiply the visibility of book"
"connect books and readers."
"help spread the word about your book to a wide audience."
"developing trailers requires prewriting."
"students review and assess one another's work."
"bring attention and readers to a book"
7 Elements of
Teaching & Learning Tool
Hook for read-aloud
Promotes books in classroom
Promotes technology in the classroom
go to Kahoot.it
Are you ready?