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The Tech-Savvy Booktalker: A Guide for 21st-Century Educators

af Terence W. Cavanaugh

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Educators are always hungry for new ways to motivate young readers. Here is a way to add some pizzazz to booktalks and build excitement about books. The authors give educators simple but powerful ideas and instructions for integrating technology into presentations, and using booktalks to launch learning across the curriculum. They demonstrate how to use existing technology to make digital booktalks to use with students-video, audio, and text; how to integrate the booktalks into the curriculum; 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.… (mere)

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I like this book and I don’t like this book. I like this book because it moves adults past the sterotype of a booktalker who stands in front of a group and delivers polished presentations. It wants us to expand the world of booktalking into all the web 2.0 applications at our dispostal: blogs, wikis, videos, podcasts, etc. And, I particularly like it because it encourages us to have the kids and teens themselves doing booktalks. But how about doing promotial talks about great websites, web 2.0 tools, movies, literary events or any other of the vast world of both entertainment and wonder? The book is written as if an introduction to adults who don’t understand all the technology at their disposal. If you are a beginner, then this is the book for you to open new doors. I would have preferred a collection of quick short one or two-page ideas with lots of links to stuff created by the kids and teens themselves as well as the adults. Library Thing and Good Reads are but two conversational web devices; there should be online book discussions complete with video and audio components thriving in every school – all connected through every device kids own such as iPhones, cell phones, Netbooks and any other medium including Facebook, My Space and any other social networking avenue. Let’s get book/media discussions into the world where the kids are. Bottom line: basic ideas here for beginners.
  davidloertscher | Jul 31, 2009 |
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Educators are always hungry for new ways to motivate young readers. Here is a way to add some pizzazz to booktalks and build excitement about books. The authors give educators simple but powerful ideas and instructions for integrating technology into presentations, and using booktalks to launch learning across the curriculum. They demonstrate how to use existing technology to make digital booktalks to use with students-video, audio, and text; how to integrate the booktalks into the curriculum; 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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