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Summer Literacy Institute - 2010

Literacy Out Loud!

Literacy out Loud Wordle

July 15-16, 2010

Thursday Keynote

Tim RansinkiFull-day, interactive workshop with reading fluency expert and author Dr. Tim Rasinski. Click here for website.

 

Thursday Banquet Speaker

 Dylan Pritchett

Thursday evening banquet with renowned storyteller Dylan Pritchett. Click here for website.

 

Friday Concurrent Sessions

Full details of the Concurrent Sessions (pdf)

 

 
 

Photos from the Summer Literacy Institute 2010

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Workshop Overview

Concurrent sessions will provide participants opportunities to select from a variety of 60-minute presentations addressing topics such as Reading Aloud, Storytelling, Reading Fluency, Booktalks, Oral Tradition (Folktales, Fairy Tales, etc.), Group Writing, Readers' Theatre, Literary Podcasting, Digital Book Trailers, and more! All sessions are designed to be beneficial for PreK-12 classroom teachers, school library media specialists, reading specialists, special educators, curriculum coordinators, staff developers, and administrators.

 

Vendors

On-site vendors will provide a variety of items for preview and purchase, including books authored by the Institute speakers. Authors will sign books at times and locations specified in the registration packet.

 

Summer Literacy Institute Graduate Class

Course Description

EDUC595/EDSL595: Literacy Out Loud! will be offered in conjunction with the Institute. Effective communication is the primary goal of literacy. This course will explore how reading and writing are integrally and substantially supported by speaking, listening, and viewing in a complete literacy environment. Participants will develop and refine strategies for read aloud, writing for performance, and active listening and viewing. Topics of study will include oral literacy (song, talk, storytelling, recitation) and the oral tradition both past and present (folk and fairy tales, urban legend, YouTube, media).