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Module 3 - March 21st through April 17th, 2016


Module 3 Overarching Topics: Reading and Literacies



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In Module 3, you will: 

  1. Define and explain AASL’s Position Statement on the School Librarian's Role in Reading, research in reading, and reading comprehension strategies.
  2. Investigate multiple literacies and ideas related to collaborating with literacy partners.
  3. Explore online resources to support teaching reading and deconstruct a published classroom-library lesson plan based on co-teaching reading comprehension strategies and AASL's Standards for the 21st Century Learner.
  4. Reflect on the connections you are making among content and library standards, inquiry and research, reading and multiple literacies.


Spring Break:  March 14th - March 20th


Module 3.1: Dates: 3/21 - 3/27


Topic: AASL's School Librarian's Role in Reading Position Statement


Focusing Questions: What are components of the position statement? Are there new roles for school librarians in schools' reading programs?



Module 3.2: Dates: 3/28 - 4/3


Topic: Other Literacies and Literacy Partners


Focusing Questions: What are multiple literacies? What is the school librarian's role in teaching them?  



Module 3.3: Dates: 4/4 - 4/10


Topic: Resources for Teaching Reading


Focusing Question: What engaging resources and critical issues will you bring to classroom-library collaboration for teaching reading comprehension strategies? 



Module 3.4: Dates: 4/11 - 4/17


Topic: Culture of Collaboration


Focusing Question: How do we co-lead in establishing a culture of collaboration in our schools?


For Discussion: Reflect on the connections among content and library standards, inquiry and research, reading and multiple literacies.

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