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More booktalking that works

by Jennifer Bromann

  • 164 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Neal-Schuman Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Young adults" libraries -- Activity programs.,
  • Book talks.,
  • Libraries and teenagers.,
  • Teenagers -- Books and reading.,
  • Reading promotion.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementJennifer Bromann.
    SeriesTeens @ the library series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ718.5 .B76 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 145 p. ;
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3392754M
    ISBN 101555705251
    LC Control Number2005002326

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    She currently works as an editor and book reviewer. Sherry is the author of numerous books on multicultural literature. Reviews/Endorsements Reviews "This is a concise and tidy work that gives the teacher and librarian an introduction that clearly makes the .   Karin and Teri recorded their presentation at the USM Children's Book Festival on April 6, You'll see the slideshow with their voices recorded over it. They used Screencast-o-matic to.

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More booktalking that works by Jennifer Bromann Download PDF EPUB FB2

More booktalking that works. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Bromann, Jennifer. More booktalking that works.

New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Bromann-Bender. Download More Booktalking That Works eBook in PDF, EPUB, Mobi.

More Booktalking That Works also available for Read Online in Mobile and Kindle. Booktalking Tips from DinoSam. If a book doesn’t call to you, don’t booktalk it. If it does, do. If a booktalk idea comes to you while you’re reading, stop and write it down.

Learn the high points of your booktalk, don’t memorize. Embrace your mistakes. We learn more by our failures than by our successes. More Booktalking That Works.

Glantz, Rochelle // Booklist;11/1/, Vol. Issue 5, p Reviews the book “More Booktalking That Works,†by Jennifer Bromann. MORE BOOKTALKING THAT WORKS. // Teacher Librarian;Oct, Vol.

33 Issue 1, p Reviews the book "More Booktalking That Works," by Jennifer Bromann. Booktalking That Works. WNDB's mission is to address the lack of diverse, non-majority narratives in children’s literature.

In an effort to change the perception that diverse books have trouble finding audiences, this kit is designed to help shed light on lesser-known books that are about diverse characters and/or written by diverse authors, and to give teachers, librarians and booksellers the tools they need to.

"Librarians looking for ready-to-use book talks for more than of the best new books for teens need look no further than Lucy Schall's Booktalks and More: Motivating Teens to Read."-American Libraries "The titles chosen are excellent ones, and the brief booktalks are engaging.

This is a valuable resoruce for any YA librarian."-KliattPrice: $ "The authors write in a clear, approachable style seasoned with wit and practical wisdom (see especially chapter 2, 'More Than Two Hundred Snappy Rules for Good and Evil in Library Architecture').

The book ends with a helpful glossary of architecture and building terms, including this gem: 'Cape—Never trust an architect who wears a cape.'.

According to her biography in Booktalking Nonfiction, Bromann-Bender is a librarian at Lincoln-Way West High School in Illinois and has authored several other books on reading this book one can see that she is also a thoughtful, experienced professional.

This book contains everything the reader needs in order to begin booktalking nonfiction titles for cturer: Scarecrow Press. Information literacy and library instruction are at the heart of the academic library's mission. But how do you bring that instruction to an increasingly diverse student body and an increasingly varied spectrum of majors.

In this updated, expanded new second edition, featuring more than 75% new content, Ragains and 16 other library instructors share their best practices for.

In tune with current teen reading interests, this essential booktalking resource covers a wide range of titles - fiction, nonfiction, poetry, biography, multicultural works, and much more. Perfect as a ready-to-use resource or as a launching pad for developing polished, personal routines, More Booktalking that Works is an exemplary guide for Pages:   Adventures in Booktalking.

Because I do more of a storytime program for the K-2 students, I focused on reaching kids in Grades I spent about 20 minutes booktalking ( minutes per book), and left 10 minutes for discussion, sharing, and advertising library programs.

Background. According to Carol Littlejohn (Keep Talking That Book!Booktalks to Promote Reading Volume II) there is "no known inventor of booktalking". As far back as teachers and librarians have promoted reading and literacy booktalks have existed.

Book Tweets are one-to-two-line hooks that leave the audience wanting more. In this vein, the booktalk has to be a punchy, cleverly written appeal to the linguistic savviness of the teen mind.

Book Tweets work well with teen audiences because they. A guide to booktalking, discussing the needs of reluctant teen readers, explaining techniques for finding and discussing books that might grab the attention of teens, presenting fifty examples of booktalks, and including a list of Internet resources, and a bibliography of other sources.

Booktalking that works. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Bromann, Jennifer. Booktalking that works. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Bromann-Bender.

Start studying Children's Literature Final. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. More Booktalking That Works (Teens @ the Library) (Teens @ the Library Series.) by Jennifer Bromann 3 Ratings 2 Reviews published 2 editions.

Booktalking That Works (Book): Bromann-Bender, Jennifer: This manual outlines techniques to help librarians communicate with teenagers and get them excited about reading. Chapters discuss what teens want, books to choose (and those to avoid), and preparation of talks.

Fifty sample talks cover ten genres: science fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, nonfiction, short books. Tired of living with the same people every day. What about being a drifter who gets to experience life in different people's bodies every single day. You can never be in the same person's body for more than one day.

Of course, identical twins are a different story. No consequences for your behavior the next day. Luckily, the book's main character is the responsible : Miranda Mcdermott.

Stay tuned for my Booktalking blogs: Booktalking Title by Author, which will feature text from booktalks that I've written. Anyone can use them with kids in the library, schools, or community centers.

Booktalking Bibliography. For more ideas, check out the following books about booktalking, which are available at The New York Public : Miranda Mcdermott. You could try booktalking a couple of books by the same author (Lois Duncan, Gary Paulsen) or books with the same theme (humor, survival, mystery).

That way you don't have to have read all of them, but you have similar books to check out. I generally will book talk two or three books but no more because the kids lose interest.The Teens @ the Library book series by multiple authors includes books Developing and Promoting Graphic Novel Collections, Do It Right!

Best Practices for Serving Young Adults in School and Public Libraries (Teens the Library Series), More Teen Programs That Work, and several more.Booktalking Authentic Multicultural Literature book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Bring authentic multicultural booktalks to 3/5.