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Tumblereadables

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Back to Workshop 11 

 

PBWorks Proffesional Development Link for Tumblereadables from  LIS by Lisa-Dai Venker

PowerPoint

 

Strengths

  • available 24 hours / 7 days a week
  • Variety of books (picture, early readers, middle school, young adult, classics)
  • Differentiation
  • Some are read alongs 
  •  Advance readers
  • Include lesson plans (writer crafts--similie, foreshasdowing, etc, before/during/after reading questions) 
  • Summaries of each book
  • Links to Common Core Objectives
  • Great for ELL or Emergent readers 

 

Weakness

     -Need Adobe 7 or higher

     -Need to download Tumble Pad (only the first time).

 

Master List of TumbleReadables                  Division of Items 2007

 

MacBeth Lesson Plan

Dog Walker Lesson Plan

 

Article by David Coleman and Susan Pimentel

 

  

Components 

 

 

  

 

Purpose  

Clearly stated in terms of content, professional development and impact on student learning 

•identify the uses for and structure of Tumblereadables.

 

•identify how Tumblereadables can be integrated in and as a classroom resources. 

Summary 

A summary of learning is provided. 

TumbleReaders is an online collection of read-along titles for elementary, middle school, and high school students which features adjustable online text and complete audio narration. Sentences are highlighted as they are being read and the pages turn automatically. The collection features chapter books, early readers, YA/Teen Novels, classics of American and English literature, and high interest/low level books for both middle school and high school students.

Impact on Student Achievement 

  

 

Student Learning 

Clear links are made between the workshop activities and future student learning. 

Article by David Coleman and Susan Pimentel referenced.

 

Publishers’ Criteria for the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and Literacy,  Grades 3–12

 

 

Reading and Writing Supports 

 

Reading supports in the database(s) are identified and specific reasons why the supports improve student achievement are provided.  Examples, read aloud, closed captioning, dictionary, thesaurus, highlighted keywords searched, summary, pronunciation, spelling, pro and con, etc.  

Color

Text Size

Audio/Read Along

Highlighting

Notes

Book Marks 

Paragraph Spacing

 

Not all do this, especially accelerated books found mostly in high school.

 

 

Differentiation 

At least four ways in which the database(s) can be used whole group or during individual instruction to differentiate content (think lexiles and multimedia tools), process, or product are presented. 

Identifiable reading levels

     Can add highlights

        Notes

          Book marks

            Return to sections

              Font Colors

               Background Color

                 Text size

                   Paragraph spacing

                    Read aloud

                       Speed of reading

 

Who:  ELL, Struggling, Emergent, Reluctant Readers

 

 

Texts of Increasing Complexity 

The presentation explains both how the database(s) contains texts of increasing complexity and how to expand use of digital text in teaching and learning.   

Multi-level

Multi-ability

Multi-genre 

Searching and Sorting 

Supports to search by keyword, title, Standards, etc.  Sorting by reading level, date, relevancy, etc. 

Author

Title

Reading Level (Grade/Lexile/Accelerated Reader)

Genre

Newest

Digital Citizenship 

Supports to avoid plagiarism (citation), sharing, emailing, hyperlinking, social media 

Orca Books

Copyright Protected 

Tutorials and Resources for Librarians and Teachers 

Supports to learn more about searching, effective use, integration in the curriculum, etc. 

 

Marketing Materials 

Available marketing materials for librarians to share with teachers. 

Bookmarks

Co-planning

 Library Introduction

 Announcements

Posters-Signs

 Projector/Running Slideshow

Back To School Night

Newsletters

Emails

 Twitter/Facebook

Edline / Wiki 

 

Direct Links to Categories and Books on TumbleBookLibrary:

 

STORYBOOKS

Story Books Category:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=PictureBooks

Individual Books in Story Books:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=PictureBooks&bookid=yyyy

 

LANGUAGE LEARNING

Language Learning Category:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=Language

Individual Books in Language Learning:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=Language&bookid=yyyy

 

READ-ALONGS

Read-Along Category:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=Read-Alongs

Individual Books in Read-Alongs

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=Read-Alongs&bookid=yyyy

 

NON-FICTION

Non-Fiction Category:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=Non-Fiction

Individual Books in Non-Fiction:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=Non-Fiction&bookid=yyyy

 

TUMBLE TV

Tumble TV Category:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=TumbleTV

Individual Books/Playlists in Tumble TV:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&category=TumbleTV&bookid=yyyy

 

iPAD BOOKS

iPad Books Category:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx

Individual Books in iPad Books:

http://www.tumblebooks.com/library/ipadlogin.asp?U=xxxx&P=xxxx&bookid=yyyy

 

 

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