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The Illinois K-3 Ruler Honor Web Book Club Pam Olivito Area 86, East Peoria IL olivitop@epd86.org Collaboratory Venture Symposium Northwestern College, Evanston IL May 4, 2007 07/12/99 Northwestern College 1 Venture Objectives/Targets
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The Illinois K-3 Monarch Award Internet Book Club Pam Olivito District 86, East Peoria IL olivitop@epd86.org Collaboratory Project Symposium Northwestern University, Evanston IL May 4, 2007 07/12/99 Northwestern University 1

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Project Goals/Objectives Students utilization Surveys, The Cybrary, The Internet Book Club and The Nexus Community Students read or hear a mixed bag of exceptional children‘s writing Students discriminatingly consider the segments of a “good book” Students share their considerations and bits of knowledge through words and pictures K-3 understudies appreciate and talk about the temperances of an assortment of children’s writing 07/12/99 Northwestern University 2

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Collaboratory Resources Survey Studio Favorite Kinds of Books –beginning of undertaking How could you have been able to you vote? - end of undertaking Compare and complexity Cybrary Web destinations about ISLMA’s Monarch Award, Monarch books, writers and artists Internet Book Club Share contemplations and assessments about the 20 Monarch Book Award chosen people Nexus Community Picture my vote! - Upload Paint pictures of Monarch book understudies voted in favor of

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ISLMA’s K-3 Monarch Award Sponsored by the Illinois School Library Media Association Yearly occasion subsequent to 2003 Must enlist to take an interest and vote through ISLMA Books are voted in favor of by understudies, not grown-ups Must have 12 of 20 titles accessible Children more likely than not read or heard 5 titles Why the ruler? …to symbolize the development, change and opportunity that turning into a peruser brings.

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This Year’s Books!

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Survey Studio: Compare and Contrast Favorite Kinds of Books BOYS – Sports, Animals and Funny Books GIRLS – Animals, Fairytales, and Funny Books ALL STUDENTS – Animals, Sports, Funny Books, Fairytales

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Survey Studio: Compare and Contrast How could you have been able to you vote? Young men – Superdog & Ain’t Gonna Paint No More GIRLS – Ain’t Gonna Paint No More & Falling for Rapunzel ALL STUDENTS – Ain’t Gonna Paint No More, Superdog & Falling for Rapunzel

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Book Club: What did understudies say? On the off chance that he went to my home i’d get deceived! It made me laught so hard! i preferred this book on the grounds that Tricky Fox cept singing that tune. This is a decent book becouse it instructs you to take after youer drims.

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Book Club: What did understudies say? What I like about SuperDog is he trusts in himself. Mybest part is the point at which he was working out he experienced considerable difficulties. I like Superdog in light of the fact that it was amusing ,it had acshin,and it was osum. I like this book on the grounds that it instructs second graders that instructors relly don\'t need your teeth.

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What else did understudies say? I preferred it on the grounds that Dex spared Cleevis. I truly enjoyed the page where he was flexing his muscles. I lilked this book in light of the fact that I loke pooches and my puppy kicked the bucket. It was entertaining that he needed to paint his entire body with the exception of his behind. This book is great in light of the fact that his Mom says "What". I loved it when he didn\'t tune in. (to his mother) I didn\'t care for this book on the grounds that he got the entire house messy. I loved this book on the grounds that it said "ain\'t" and had canines in it. It is a rilley decent book… cheek this book out today.

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Nexus Community: What did understudies draw?

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What else did understudies draw?

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…and what else?

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Students Created PowerPoint Presentations …and diagramed how their school voted utilizing Graph Club.

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Impact on Students and Staff Our understudies: …began to ponder what makes a “good book”. …were pleased to have their sentiments posted and imparted to others. …enjoyed survey and talking about what others posted. Our staff: …came to better comprehend the advantages of joint effort. …came to trust youthful understudies can work together effectively with others.

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Thank You, District 86 Team! While I composed and dealt with this venture, our PC lab assistants were on the bleeding edge with our K-3 rd graders. K-2 Buildings (above): Jackie, Deanna and Debbie 3-5 Buildings (left): Heather, Deni and Dave

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A Final Thank You… Lori Abrahams’ Rebecca Caudill Book Club was the motivation for this venture!

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The Illinois K-3 Monarch Award Internet Book Club Pam Olivito District 86, East Peoria IL olivitop@epd86.org Collaboratory Project Symposium Northwestern Unive

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