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Longfellow Elementary Alvin, Texas. Kendra Duckworth, Librarian. Longfellow Library… Where We PAWS To Read Everyday!. A Place Where Everyone has Their Own SPOT. CO-Teaching…. How Does It Happen …. Sometimes it is planned…

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longfellow elementary alvin texas
Longfellow Elementary Alvin, Texas
  • Kendra Duckworth, Librarian
  • Longfellow Library…
  • Where We
  • PAWS
  • To Read
  • Everyday!

A Place Where

Everyone has

Their Own


co teaching
  • How Does It Happen….
  • Sometimes it is planned…
  • Other times, it just works out – Accidentally PERFECT!!
  • It is based on the needs of the teacher/students.
  • Because my campus still believes in a fixed schedule, I have ONE day a week to co-teach and show teachers the benefits of when we work together!

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  • How Do I Help…
  • By attending monthly content area meetings and hearing what teachers are doing in their classrooms and what resources they need, I target a needed concept and approach a willing teacher that wants more than just resources I can hand to them, but will actually use ME as a resource in their classroom.
  • By my presence in the classroom, there is more teacher to student interaction to assess comprehension and learning.
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  • Plan your collaborative lesson and make sure it is documented.
  • This makes it easier to make changes for the next time, add components to the lesson, and share with another teacher when they are ready to do a similar lesson with you.

Planning Sheets found:





  • There are many types of planning sheets available. Find one that works for you and the teacher you are working with.
  • Planning Sheets found:
  • http://www.iowa-city.k12.ia.us/library/About/Collaboration.htm
  • http://www.accessola.com/osla/toolkit/home.html

Sample Lesson

  • Though this one lesson, many Reading skills can be covered:
  • TEKS 2(B)/AASL 1.1.3- Ask relevant questions, seek clarification, and locate facts and details about stories and other texts and support answers with evidence from text.
  • TEKS(9)/AASL 1.1.7 Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Literary Nonfiction: Make sense of information gathered from diverse sources by identifying misconceptions, main and supporting ideas, conflicting information, and point of view or bias.

TEKS 13(A)/AASL 1.1.5 - identify the details or facts that support the main idea.

  • TEKS 13(D)/ AASL 1.1.4 - use text features (e.g., bold print, captions, key words, italics) to locate information and make and verify predictions about contents of text.
  • TEKS 29(A)/AASL 1.1.9 Listen attentively to speakers, ask relevant questions, and make pertinent comments.
  • TEKS 31/AASL 1.1.9 Collaborate with others to broaden and deepen understanding.
  • I am sure we could link many others to this lesson if needed!


  • This lesson happened quite “accidentally”!
  • The teacher was asking for informational text to use with her students.
  • She wanted to use magazine articles.
  • In a literacy training, we read about Tanny McGregor’s Comprehension Connections – Bridges to Strategic Reading and teaching students how to separate “Fact from Fluff” and determining importance.
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Sample Lesson

3rd Grade

Using Informational Text

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A Cartoon to get them interested!

Promote Your Library

…And YOU!

This is the VokiI share with teachers.

This is the Voki I show students.


Voki is from: http://www.voki.com/

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Go Animate cartoon: http://goanimate.com/

library newsletter
Library Newsletter
  • Every couple of months, I send out a newsletter to our staff to keep them updated with what is going on in our library.
  • Newsletter items include: new books, “Spotlight” on a book, library stats for checkouts and most popular books, upcoming events, author birthdays, and reminders.

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