[ISLMA-Share] Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller
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Wed Aug 9 10:25:48 CDT 2017
I was just thinking about this! I am currently a classroom teacher and I have done this the last two years with my students. The #1 indicator of student success has been me modeling this for the students. I keep track of MY 40 books and post it for the kids to read along with pictures of the book covers.
The next success tip I would give you is to be flexible about the genres. We have graphic novels on famous people.
I let the kids choose where to count it: informational, biographies, or graphic novels.
I'd love to chat this up further if you'd like. You can email me at lostin9books at gmail.com
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> On Aug 9, 2017, at 9:15 AM, Email list for the Illinois School Library Media Association <islma at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
> I am on a quest to instill a love of reading in my students. Many of them do not read the books they check out or can't remember what the books were about.
> Have any if you tried the 40 books per year and the genre requirements from The Book Whisperer in your library program? I do give ABC grades to my K -5 students. If so, how did it work, do you have any tips for implementation?
> If not, but you've thought about it, why did you decide not to do it.
> Many thanks in advance,
> Sue Meegan
> Calumet City
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