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Creating and Sustaining Readers

Naked reading

Teri S. Lesesne

Sam Houston State University

Department of Library Science


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Here is the real problem…

People are so desperate to raise test scores that we could well end up with a nation full of kids who can pass tests but can neither read critically nor enjoy the act of reading itself.

P. David Pearson

February 2003


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Why Naked Reading?

  • A naked child

  • A drive with an author

  • Some great research findings

  • A late night inspiration


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The naked child in question


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A drive with an author


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The research?

  • Vickey Giles, 2006

  • Karen Sue Gibson, 2003

  • Replicating Livaudais, 1982


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The questions?

  • What could someone do BEFORE you read to make you WANT/HATE to read?

  • What could someone do AFTER you read to make you WANT/HATE to read?


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The late night inspiration?

T-A-R-G-E-T


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T-A-R-G-E-T

  • TRUST

  • ACCESS

  • RESPONSE

  • GUIDANCE

  • ENTHUSIASM

  • TWEEN AND TEEN APPEAL


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CREATING AND SUSTAINING

READ ALOUD IN EXCITING VOICE

LISTEN TO AUDIOBOOKS


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CREATING AND SUSTAINING

MEET THE AUTHOR

“SPECIALIZE” IN AUTHOR


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CREATING AND SUSTAINING

LET ME PICK ANY BOOK I LIKE

USE READING LADDERS TO HELP THEM DEVELOP


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CREATING AND SUSTAINING

HAVE A CLASSROOM LIBRARY

TAKE THEM TO THE LIBRARY


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CREATING AND SUSTAINING

  • http://professornana.livejournal.com/

  • http://tinyurl.com/dlelcc

SEE THE MOVIE BASED ON THE BOOK

HAVE THEM CREATE BOOK TRAILERS


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CREATING AND SUSTAINING

READING BOOKS WITH PICTURES IN THEM

STUDYING GNs and MANGA


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T-A-R-G-E-TING READERS


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WE NEED TO BE THE EXPERTS

OR WE RUN THE RISK

OF PROGRAMS TAKING OVER

TRUST


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Latest “research” from accelerated reader


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5th grade


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6TH GRADE


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7TH GRADE


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8TH GRADE


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TRUST means knowing the books they need and want


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A is for ACCESS


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ACCESS


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R IS FOR RESPONSE


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R-E-S-P-O-N-S-E


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G IS FOR GUIDANCE


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GUIDANCE


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E IS FOR ENTHUSIASM


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ENTHUSIASM


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TWEEN AND TEEN APPEAL


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APPEAL


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WHAT WE HOPE TO DO:


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TO DO THIS:

WE NEED NEW RULES


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NEW RULES

  • You have the right to read the last chapter first.

  • You have the right to read the last chapter first and then put the book back on the shelf.

  • You have the right to refuse to read any book where you don't like the picture of the author.


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NEW RULES

  • You have the right to ignore all critics.

  • You have the right to read the book spine of the person sitting next to you, even on a plane. And if you can't make it out, you have the right to ASK.

  • You have the right to stop reading a book whenever you decide it's not worth the effort, or that you simply don't like it.

  • You have the right to refuse to read any book anyone else picks out for you. Even if it's a birthday present.


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You have the right to ignore all of these rules and do whatever you please as long as it's civil.

When you find that you're dawdling on your way back to a book, ditch it.


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Finally…

You have the right to read a book and not take a test or create a diorama or write a report or do ANYthing.


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