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Library: What is the current Author in focus?
Jane- How are texts connected to other learning areas?
Liz- What are the categories in Liz’s classroom library?
Amy- How has Amy made her classroom library inviting?
Amy- How has Amy made her classroom library inviting?
Gary- How does Gary monitor the variety of texts that his students are reading?
Leah- What are some strategies that motivate students to read?
Did I set aside an uninterrupted period of time each day for Independent Reading?
• Did I encourage all students to read independently?
• Did I allow students to choose their own reading materials?
• Did I introduce the essential processes needed for Independent Reading?
What is your name?
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7/21/2014 9:42:50TestTestTestTestTestBy being a championTest
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7/21/2014 21:28:22SmithAll of the aboveYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didNo, Whoops.Test
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7/22/2014 8:01:28By being a championYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I did
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7/22/2014 15:44:31JackYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didLara
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7/22/2014 15:45:11Roal DahlYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didMoldog
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7/22/2014 15:45:55Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didMatt Bartlett
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7/22/2014 15:45:55Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didLara
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7/22/2014 15:47:45Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didLara
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7/22/2014 15:59:46All of the aboveYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didMoldog
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7/22/2014 16:22:25Jackie FrenchDevelopmental Play.
Corner must be student organised not teacher. Categories were worked out by students from the books they borrow.
Lots of colour & easy to find as it's all categorised. Has a rotation system in where students are reading. Rotations are pillows, little chairs, iPads, tables.
A special couch/corner that students take turns in being able to be in there. Students are also allowed to read on ITC devices in the corner. The corner is very well set up and inviting for the students.
All of the above
Book nooks which allow the students to get pillows or sit anywhere to read. Students only get to be in book nook if they are doing the right thing. Also a golden ticket that if won student gets to read on ICT device. Also looked at real and fake reading and went over it as a class.
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didPaul
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7/22/2014 16:23:31Jackie French
Texts linked to developmental play
Student owned library, create library with students, create categories with students.
Lots of colour, making good use of the space allowed.
Giving students the opportunity to use netbook, iPad, recommended sites to use during Independant reading.
All of the above
Book nooks, golden ticket, book recommendations, couches, where in the world?, real v fake reading.
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I did
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7/22/2014 16:25:20Jackie French
Whatever comes up in investigations is then where lots of the texts come from.
- students take ownership of the library
- created categories with th students
Categories: music, sport, insects, animals, movies and tv shows, puzzle books, class books
- lots of colour (book boxes)
- labels in her class library
- pillows and stools
- schedule for where students can sit
- whiteboard with useful websites they can check out.
- when in the reading corner, they can use iPads or netbooks to check out th apps and websites.
All of the above
- book nooks
- couches and dog beds
- golden ticket which allows them to go n iPad
- book recommendations
- where in the world
- real and fake reading comparison
- timing how long they read
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didAlice Symons
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7/22/2014 16:25:34Jackie FrenchWith investigations
Classroom create categories
Sports
Animals
Insects
Movies and TV shows
Music
Cartoons

Fiction and non fiction
Book shelf
Storage cubes
Colour
Resourceful
By incorporating a 'cyber readers' option in the reading corner. Example ziptales, oxford owl, if poems, news-o-matic
All of the above
Different independent reading areas
Golden ticket
Where in the world
Book recommendations
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didMatt Bartlett
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7/22/2014 16:26:19Jackie FrenchLink with investigations
Sport, animals, insects, music, movies and TV shows. Integrate and make connections
Coloured storage boxes, categorised,schedule, reading chairs, iPad reading,
IpadsAll of the above
Dog bed, cushions, rugs, golden ticket reads on iPad, book recommendations, students choose and categorise library, time how long read for.
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didMoldog
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7/22/2014 16:26:22Jackie FrenchLinked to investigations
Music
Insects
Sport
Movies & tv shows
Animals
Kids chose books
Colourful cubes
Location schedule
Different websites, apps listed for net books/iPads
Kids get to rotate and all have a go.
All of the above
Reading books,cushions, couch
Recommendations
Kids choose books
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didCarly
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7/22/2014 16:26:29Jackie frenchLinked to investigations
Picture story. Ownership of text. Sport. Animals. Movies and TV shows. Music. Class made books.
Neat and tidy. Colour coordinated. Clever storage. Text grouped and labelled. Schedule.
Cyber readers -inc tech. Magazines. Comics. Organised. Colourful. Variety of text. Websites. Reflection time in books.
This is for Kelly.
All of the above
Book nooks. Cushions. Couches. Golden ticket for iPad use. Where in the world. Book recommendations.kid control over library. Real reading and fake reading. Graph the real reading times for challenge.
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didAndrea
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7/22/2014 16:28:17Jackie french
Books tied into investigations
Library owned by students.books chosen by them.
Categorised books chosen by students
Provides appropriate websites for students explore and read during independent reading.
All of the above
Book recommendations, book nooks. Students in charge of books
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didJon
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7/22/2014 16:28:56Jack is FrenchInvestigations
Insects
Animals
Sport
Music
Movies &TV shows
ISpy
Colours, cushions,
kids choose books not the teacher
Schedule, specific spot to sit, peg name on sheet to select today's seating( blue chair, pillow etc)
How has Kellie incorporated ICT. ?
Cyber reading recommendations displayed
E.g. News-o-matic
All of the above
Doggy bed book nooks, couches, rugs
Golden ticket hidden in book pocket/ can read on iPad.
Kids chose books to put on library classroom shelf, not the teacher.
Real reading/ fake reading comparison and awareness.
Lorraine
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7/22/2014 16:30:57Jackie FrenchDisplays
Sport, animals, insects, music, movies/TV, weather,
Coloured boxes, sorted by level and genre.
Peg schedule for reading area.
Kellie
ICT into reading. Reading corner roster.
Lots of colour,
Reflection exercise book in just right box.
All of the above
Having reading areas (book nooks), students have set book nooks each day.
Student-run library
Real vs fake reading anchor chart.
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didNo, Whoops.Ryan
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7/22/2014 16:31:13Jackie frenchDisplays
Kids space
They create it
Combining topics together
Kellie
ICT into reading
Post office
If poems app
Bright
Colourful
Newsomatic
Boxes
Labels
Shelving
Cushions
Displays
All of the above
Book nooks
Reading areas
Cushions
Couches
Golden ticket iPad
Labels
Organising library
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didJoel
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7/22/2014 16:34:31Jackie French
Texts are connected with topics of interest in investigations. Eg - dinosaur eggs being made in investigations-found book relating to that in the library
Sport, animals, insects, movies and TV shows, music.
Colourful boxes to categorise books in reading corner.
Reading pegs to show students whee they need to do their independent reading
Colourful.
Allowing students to choose their own books.
Borrowing the texts and sorting them as a class
Students chosen to read in the book corner are allowed to access one of the reading sites from a device. Eg-news-o-matic, Oxford owl
All of the above
Students allowed to read in book nooks.
Book recommendation envelopes.
Real vs fake reading.
Golden ticket=student can spend independent reading time on an iPad.
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didLara
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7/22/2014 16:35:27Jackie FrenchInvestigations
Sport
Animals
Insects
Music
Movies and TV
Fairy tales.
Colourful and comfortable.
A roster for special chairs and pillows.
By encouraging kids to read using their own devices and having a recommended app that students can visit for the week eg: Oxford owl, news o matic, ziptales and ifpoems.
All of the above
Time each reading session for sustained real reading.
Reading nooks
Golden ticket
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didPatrick
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7/22/2014 16:36:25Jackie French Investigations
A mix of fiction and nonfiction:
-animals
-movies and TV shows
-music
-insects
-sport

Then books categories by barbies, scooby doo, etc...
Chairs, pillows and iPads allocated makes it interesting and the time table changing each day mean students get to experience reading Jena. Variety of areas. Categorised books make it easy and quick.
-Big space
-use of ICT
-Couches and beanbags
-lots of categories and a variety of books
All of the above
-book nooks (areas to read)
-golden ticket
-where in he world (promoting discussions)
-student lead library
-graphing time read for each day
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didAaron
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7/23/2014 8:04:54Jackie FrenchInvestigations
Sport
Animals
Insects
Music
Movies and TV shows
Books labeled and organised
Roster
Website of the week
Use the iPad if in the reading corner
All of the above
Real and fake reading
Graph of real reading
Book nooks
Golden ticket
Book recommendations
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didNo, Whoops.Belinda
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7/23/2014 13:06:13Jackie frenchDisplays
Kids space
They create it
Combining topics together
Kellie
ICT into reading
Post office
If poems app
Bright
Colourful
Newsomatic
Boxes
Labels
Shelving
Cushions
Displays
All of the above
Book nooks
Reading areas
Cushions
Couches
Golden ticket iPad
Labels
Organising library
Yes, I didYes, I didYes, I didYes, I didJoel
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