TLA 2012 Agenda

Learning4Life: Advocacy through Coteaching Deep Comprehension


10:15 – 10:20: Slide #1
Leadership in Reading (Elevator Speeches throughout the Presentation linked at each level) - Introductions

Each co-presenter will share her 30-second elevator speech. To get a sense of the audience, will ask for each to stand: elementary, middle, and high school librarians, library supervisors, librarian educators, others


10:20 – 10:25: Slides #2, #3, #4 – AASL Position Statement School Librarian’s Role in Reading and workshop objectives


10:25 – 10:30: Slide #5 - Making a Case for Deep Comprehension

Judi: Prezi: http://prezi.com/u5d1abzl9ewv/making-a-case-for-deep-comprehension/

Slide #6 – TEKS – AASL Standards Indicators Alignment Wiki http://teksalign.pbworks.com

Slide #7
School Librarian’s Role in Reading Position Statement – Focus on reading comprehension bullet point
http://ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/aaslissues/positionstatements/roleinreading.cfm

10:30 – 10:50: Slide #8 – Puzzle – STOP at 15 minutes

Puzzle reading comprehension and information literacy standards alignment and discussion.

Puzzle Board -

Puzzle Parts -


10:50 – 11:05: Slides #10 - 20 – Elementary



11:05 – 11:20: Slides #21 - 36 – Middle School



11:20 – 11:35: Slides #37 - 60 – High School


11:35 – 11:40: Slides #61 – Animoto video: http://animoto.com/play/E3Vmk861WPIKbSmNQ83Hqg#


11:40 – 11:50: Slides #62 - 63 – Elevator Speeches as Advocacy Tools

Discuss how participants will apply the contents of the session and use it to ADVOCATE with library stakeholders for the instructional partnership role of school librarians.

Handout: Elevator Speech Template



Judi Moreillon's Elevator Speech:


TLA 2012 Agenda

Learning4Life: Advocacy through Coteaching Deep Comprehension
10:15 – 10:20: Slide #1
Leadership in Reading (Elevator Speeches) - Introductions - Who are they? and overview
Each co-presenter will share her 30-second elevator speech. To get a sense of the audience, will ask for each to stand: elementary, middle, and high school librarians, library supervisors, librarian educators, others
10:20 – 10:25: Slides #2, #3, #4 – AASL Position Statement School Librarian’s Role in Reading and workshop objectives
10:25 – 10:30: Slide #5 - Making a Case for Deep Comprehension
Judi: Prezi: http://prezi.com/u5d1abzl9ewv/making-a-case-for-deep-comprehension/
Slide #6 – TEKS – AASL Standards Indicators Alignment Wiki http://teksalign.pbworks.com
Slide #7
School Librarian’s Role in Reading Position Statement – Focus on reading comprehension bullet point
http://ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/aaslissues/positionstatements/roleinreading.cfm
10:30 – 10:50: Slide #8 – Puzzle – STOP at 15 minutes
Puzzle reading comprehension and information literacy standards alignment and discussion.
10:50 – 11:05: Slides # – Elementary
11:05 – 11:20: Slides # – Middle School
11:20 – 11:35: Slides # – High School
11:35 – 11:40: Slides # – Animoto video and coteaching strategies
11:40 – 11:50: Slides # – Elevator Speeches as Advocacy Tools

Discuss how participants will apply the contents of the session and use it to ADVOCATE with library stakeholders for the instructional partnership role of school librarians.