Want to add some pizzazz to your booktalks and motivate young readers? Here are simple but powerful ideas and instructions for integrating technology into your presentations, and using booktalks to launch learning across the curriculum. You'll discover how to use your existing technology to make enhanced booktalks to use with students-video, audio, and text; how to integrate the booktalks into the curriculum to meet standards; and how to extend the excitement with online book discussions. Lesson plans and a wealth of examples, strategies, and resource links make implementation a breeze. Grades 6-12.
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About the Author
Nancy J. Keane is an award-winning Library Media Specialist at Rundlett Middle School, Concord, New Hampshire, and author of The Big Book of Teen Reading Lists (2006) and The Big Book of Children's Reading Lists (2006). She hosts a popular booktalking website, as well as podcasts and wiki.
Terence W. Cavanaugh is an instructor of instructional technology in the College of Education and Human Services at the University of North Florida. His areas of expertise include instructional technology, electronic books, assistive technology, ESOL education, and teacher education. He has been an educator for over 25 years at the college and secondary level.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Booktalking Concepts
Chapter 2: Booktalk Technology
Chapter 3: Text Based Booktalks
Chapter 4: Creating or Locating Images
Chapter 5: Presentation Booktalks
Chapter 6: Audio Booktalks
Chapter 7: Audio - Making it or Getting it
Chapter 8: Video Booktalks
Chapter 9: Booktalking Kiosks
Chapter 10: Online Resources
Chapter 11: Assessments
Appendix A: Millennials
Appendix B: Do's and Don't's of Booktalking
Appendix C: File Extensions
Appendix D: Booktalks - They're not just for libraries anymore!