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on March 21, 2014 at 8:33:56 am
 

TLA Workshop

 

Posted to the ALSC Listserv: "Storytime is an education class at the library. We model for parents to use good books, how to read them aloud, how to ask their children questions and what other ideas you can use from a good book to enhance your child's knowledge. We show how to use early literacy skills by using reading, talking, singing, playing, and writing. We teach how to build on a child's prior knowledge and tie that into something new. It can be and is many times the first real public exposure for children and parents and how to act in a new group of people. Storytime is an education class at the library, done by educators."
Dianna'


Dianna Burt
Assistant Branch Manager/
Children's Librarian
Hessen Cassel Branch Library
Fort Wayne, IN 46816

 

Workshop based on ECRR2 and Every Child Ready for School: Helping Adults Inspire Young Children to Learn (Stoltz, Czarnecki, and Wilson 2013)


1. Start with early literacy concept.
2. Decide on background knowledge/content knowledge to develop with participants.
3. Decide on age-appropriate activities to model.
4. Pick one activity for guided practice with participants.
5. Plan time to discuss how the activities fit into participants’ learning environment.


Planning Draft - Topic: Friendship


1. Early literacy concept: Increasing conversation/comprehension increases vocabulary and readiness to read.


2. Background knowledge/content knowledge: Principles of dialogic reading.


3. Age-appropriate activities to model:


Introduction: Inside-Outside Circle – meeting neighbors


Singing with gestures: “The More We Get Together!”

 

Fingerplay: ??? for friendship


Song (for readiness to read): “My Hands/Mis manos”


4. Read aloud: A Splendid Friend Indeed by Suzanne Bloom (Boyd's Mills 2009)

 

5. Movement activity

 

6. Activity for guided practice: A Circle of Friends by Giora Carmi (Star Bright Books 2006) – wordless so the reading can be conducted in any language

 

7. Closing song: ??? “The More We Get Together!” (Redux)

 

8. Parting


9. Discussion of how the activities fit into participants’ learning environment.

 

Handout (targeted to parents and caregivers - not graduate student!) : Principles of Dialogic Reading

 

References


Association for Library Service to Children. Every Child Ready to Read® @your library®. http://www.everychildreadytoread.org/ (accessed March 13, 2014).


Bloom, Suzanne. 2009. A Splendid Friend Indeed. Honesdale, PA: Boyds Mills Press.

 

Carmi, Gioria. 2003. A Circle of Friends. New York: Star Bright Books.

 

Dorothy Stoltz, Elaine M. Czarnecki, and Connie Wilson. 2013. Every Child Ready for School: Helping Adults Inspire Young Children to Learn. Chicago: ALA Editions.

 

 

 

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