Using Picture Books to Engage Learners Kristin Skogstad Elementary Instructional Coach

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  • Using Picture Books to Engage Learners Kristin Skogstad Elementary Instructional Coach
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  • Best Practices In Reading Steven Zemelmann, Harvey Daniels, and Arthur Hyde provide us with recommendations for teaching reading in their 2008 edition of Best Practices-Todays Standards for Teaching and Learning in Americas Schoolsrecommendations
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  • Tips for Using Picture Books Use picture books in all subject areas to teach and reinforce standards Picture books can be read aloud several times and can be used for many teaching points. When teachers use picture books during shared reading or read aloud time it often becomes a collaborative learning activity. This helps to build a students schema. This is the perfect opportunity for teachers to model their thinking as readers.
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  • Spotlight on Picture Books
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  • *Empathy, discrimination, belonging
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  • Time Money
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  • Importance of Thinking (Great to use Before testing)
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  • Conventions, dialogue, connections
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  • Questioning, Inferring
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  • Friendship, science connections, community
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  • Point of view, voice
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  • Summarizing timelines, primary source Materials, Social Studies connections
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  • Social Studies Connections (Slavery), Idioms, compare/Contrast
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  • Synthesizing; changes in thinking
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  • Synthesizing, changes in thinking, Social Studies Connection - segregation
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  • Making Inferences, Character Traits, Social Studies Connection - Holocaust
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  • T/T and T/W Connections, Social Studies
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  • Social Studies- Geography, inferring,
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  • Family, point of view, voice, Social Studies Connections/History
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  • Historical Fiction, Social Studies Connection, Inferring
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  • Belonging, racial discrimination, character Development, inferring
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  • Inferring, drawing conclusions, test prep
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  • Communities, belonging, visualization, Creativity
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  • Visualization, connections, rhythm
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  • Acceptance, characterization
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  • Geometric Shapes, Acceptance,
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  • Good Character
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  • Social Studies Connection, inferring, plot, friendship,
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  • Lets Explore Books!! Yellow Cards: Primary or K-2 books Blue Cards: All or Most grade levels books Green Cards: 2 nd 5 th grade books Purple Cards: Mostly 3 rd 5 th grade some of the books may work at lower levels as well. Red Cards: Books to use during math time.
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  • What Questions do you have??