BOOK WEEK THEME

Australia: Story Country

Making connections to the PYP - World Stories through a Google Map exploring story by traveling the continents.

See more at the Book Week blog post .

BOOK WEEK 2016 @SALC
iTunes U course
With class activities and Makerspace activities
Book Week 2016


GOOGLE EARTH LIT TRIPS
http://www.googlelittrips.org/

CHILDREN'S DIGITAL LIBRARY
ICDL Library


READ AROUND THE WORLD CHALLENGE

http://itsallaboutbooks.de/2015/12/challenge-around-the-world-2016/
READ ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
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FLICKR
NASA'S flight centre images

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28634332@N05/


RESOURCES
SALC MOODLE JUNIOR LIBRARY COURSE
GO TO TERM 3 BOOK WEEK

ICT & WEB 2.0 IDEAS

READ ACROSS THE UNIVERSE - TRISTAN BANCKS GALACTIC ADVENTURES FIRST KIDS IN SPACE - DISPLAY
LINK TO THE BOOK

READ ACROSS THE UNIVERSE FLICKR IMAGES

SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS FOR KIDS
80 0F THE GREATEST SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS

TEACHING & LEARNING
READ ACROSS THE UNIVERSE BOOK IDEAS PDF (VIA THE BOOK CHOOK)

MRS MAC'S LIBRARY BOOK WEEK

INTERACTIVES
BOOK WEEK SHORTLISTED BOOKS
MRS B'S INTERACTIVES

VIDEO
Scaling down the solar system (from ABC Splash)




BOOK WEEK THEME - ONE WORLD MANY ST0RIES

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Source
http://www.sparklebox.co.uk/4051-4060/sb4056.html
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2011 BOOK WEEK - CBCA

Junior Judges Project

Book Week Shortlisted

Children's Book of the Year Awards - goggle docs

BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL - BOOK WEEK

Children's Book Week 2011
Date: 20-26 August 2011
Theme: One World, Many Stories
Shortlist & Notables: Announced 12 April 2011

Music and videos

One World Many Stories theme song






I HAVE A STORY TO TELL
“I Have a Story to Tell” is a series of first-person narratives by young women supported through their education by Camfed. The beautiful book features stunning and evocative photography from award-winning photographer Mark Read and is is a tribute to the courage and capabilities of young African women."
Camfred

Teaching ideas and resources

Mrs Mac's site - unlimited (almost) ideas and resources

Book Week ideas from JSSALC ICT wiki
http://jssalc.wikispaces.com/BOOK+WEEK+%26+WEB2.0

Resources in EDNA

Wikis

SALC BOOK WEEK PAGE - JS BLOG

Clairvaux Library wiki

One World, Many Stories wiki




STUDENT & CLASS ACTIVITIES

1. Book Week shortlisted book activity booklet

These are focused on the Shortlisted Books in the category.





Images sourced from
http://members.ozemail.com.au/~irenelesley/public_html/Bookweek2.htm

http://cbca.org.au/bookweek.htm


2. IWB Interactives

Interactive Literacy designed for the Book Week Shortlisted books
Ideal for your literacy rotations created by Irene Buckler.

Use the Shortlisted Books and the theme as a part of your literacy rotations!

3.Reflect and comment

Add your comments to the display in the JS Library Reading Pit , and via the JS Blog and EDMODO.

Other activities
  • Record student comments using the flip cameras
  • Add a comment to the appropriate page on the Voicethread

  • Design a wordle describing the key ideas or your impressions of a Shortlisted Book

4.Class activity

Design a display for the One World Many Stories (could be using an ICT Web2.0 tool or a physical display).

5. DEAR

Drop Everything And Read throughout the term.

  • Run a class or year level competition.

Use this resource to gather ideas for your display.

AND

When Book Week is over please complete the survey below. This survey will be opened at the start of Term 3.
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