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Title: Reading Motivation Program


1
R.O.A.R. Reward of All Readers!
  • Reading Motivation Program
  • By
  • Megan Fuller
  • Library Media Technician
  • Aptos Junior High
  • Pajaro Valley Unified
  • School District

Im Roary, the Library Aide
2
The End is the Beginning
3
aka Bibliofan
Creator Library Techs United
http//techunited.ning.com/
Blog http//bibliocean.blogspot.com/
Wiki (booklove) http//readervation.pbwiki.com/
4
  • I have never loved reading until you gave me,
    Taking Terri Muller. Camilla D.

Thank you for helping me in the library, you
stopped what you were doing to help me get a
book. Trevor M.
I think by doing what you do, it makes the
school a better place. Thats something special,
especially when it comes from a girl like me.
Shoot, now Im trying to Get Caught Reading.
Jessica B.
Thank you, Megan, for keeping the library open
after school. The after school program is better
than school itself! Calvin G.
5
Overview
  • Importance of Reading Motivation
  • Motivation Theory
  • Building Relationships
  • Activities
  • Timelines

6
The One That Got Away
7
Reading Outcomes
  • Learn to Read
  • Read to Learn
  • Become Well-Read

READ for Joy!
8
Core Beliefs
  • Reading improves cognitive ability.
  • Reading builds vocabulary, and broadens horizons.
  • Students that read, write better, and think more
    clearly.

9
Reading Realities
  • One in four of students struggle to read
    comprehend grade level text as they enter middle
    school. National Assessment of Educational
    Progress
  • One-third of poor readers nationwide come from
    College Educated Families.
  • 25 of adults do not have the functional literacy
    skills required for a minimal job. Louisa C.
    Moates, 1999 Teaching Reading is Rocket Science
  • Twenty-five fastest growing professions have far
    greater literacy demands. Twenty-five fastest
    declining professions have lower than average
    literacy demands. Barton Education, P.E. (2000)
    What jobs require Literacy and training,
    1940-2007 Washington, D. C. Educational Testing
    Service.

10
Student Perceptions
  • Reading is difficult.
  • Reading is boring
  • Reading is slow.

The Lemony Snicket Syndrome
11
Welcome to Wonderland
12
Whats your Passion?
Horses, motorcycles, cars, surfing,
skateboarding, BMX, dogs, cats, friends, girls,
boys, shopping, aquariums. Fishing, karate,
movies, food, politics, computers
13
You can lead a horse to water
  • Make thirsty horses

14
In Theory
  • What motivates people to do anything?
  • McClellands Theory of Needs
  • Achievement
  • Authority
  • Affiliation

15
Achievement
  • Personal Accomplishment
  • Problem Solver
  • Winning

16
Authority
  • Influential
  • Make an Impact
  • Status Prestige

17
Affiliation
  • Team player
  • Relationships
  • Popular Regard

18
Six Tools For Our Box
  • Goal Setting
  • Fair Treatment
  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Reward performance
  • Deadline
  • Discipline

19
Self-Efficacy Internal belief in ones ability
for accomplishment
I Think I Can
  • Learned Attitude
  • Told we could succeed
  • Perseverance sustained effort
  • Overcoming challenges
  • Success builds upon success
  • Watched others succeed

20
The Power of Expectations
  • Eliza Doolittle

You see, really and truly, apart from the things
anyone can pick up (the dressing, and the proper
way of speaking and so on), the difference
between a lady and a flower girl is not how she
behaves, but how shes treated. I shall always
be a flower girl to Professor Higgins, because he
always treats me as a flower girl, and always
will, but I know I can be a lady to you because
you always treat me as a lady and always will.
21
Relationships
22
Interest Survey
23
The People in Their Lives
24
Relationships
  • Begin with me.
  • Availability
  • Library Orientation
  • Book of the month
  • Book Talks
  • Fun Games

25
Strawberry Fields Forever
  • Migrant Students
  • Classroom without walls

26
Three Es of Relationships
  • Empathy
  • Encouragement
  • Empowerment

27
Picture Me Reading
28
Know Thy Collection!
29
Reading Across the Curriculum
Language Arts Fiction Non-Fiction
  • Math
  • Fiction Non-Fiction

Social Studies Fiction Non-Fiction
  • Science
  • Fiction Non-Fiction

Electives Fiction Non-Fiction
30
Reward of All Readers Provides
  • Reading Challenges
  • Stimulating Environment
  • Reading Role Models
  • Immediate Feedback
  • Delayed Gratification

31
Reading Challenges
  • Gender
  • Second Language Learners
  • Resource Students
  • Gifted Students
  • General Education
  • Migrant

32
Rigor
  • Set High Goals
  • Read within your Zone of Proximal Development.
  • Read a Variety of Genres
  • Read about what interests you.

Lockes Goal Setting Theory Specific and
difficult goals, with self generated feedback,
lead to higher performance.
33
Friendly Competition
  • Achievable short range goal.
  • Team competition provides Affiliation
  • Team Leaders appeals to Authority
  • Striving to win appeals to Achievement motivators

34
Million Word/25 Book Challenge
  • Standards Based
  • Students read one million words annually on
    their own, including a good representation of
    narrative and expository text .
  • CDE Reading 2.0

35
Eratosthenes Award of Reading Excellence
  • Points per capita
  • Handicapping system
  • Awarded Monthly to Top reading class

36
Mission Impossible
37
California Young Reader
  • Standards Based
  • Students Register

38
Whole School Reads
  • Students
  • Teachers
  • Administration
  • Classified
  • Parents

Shared Experience
39
After School
Drop-in Homework Center Parent Volunteers
Student Volunteers Peer Tutor Program
  • Celebrations
  • Clubs
  • Activities
  • AJHS Library
  • 2nd Annual
  • Book Drive
  • AJHS Library
  • 2nd Annual
  • Book Drive

March 5th9th
March 5th9th
Book Drive to Benefit Santa Cruz County
Juvenile Hall
Book Drive to Benefit Santa Cruz County
Juvenile Hall
  • Read Between the Lines
  • 60 of Inmates are Illiterate.
  • .
  • Illiteracy Reinforces Prisoners Captivity.
  • Education Reduces Recidivism.
  • Report on Correctional Education, 2002
  • Read Between the Lines
  • 60 of Inmates are Illiterate.
  • .
  • Illiteracy Reinforces Prisoners Captivity.
  • Education Reduces Recidivism.
  • Report on Correctional Education, 2002

Paperbacks only. Good Condition, covers on, no
torn pages. No Romance Novels, or Murder
Mysteries. All reading levels acceptable, but
teen reading is preferred. Materials in Spanish
appreciated. No personal information in books,
such as names, phone numbers, addresses. Language
Arts Class that brings in the most acceptable
books will win an ice cream party.
Paperbacks only. Good Condition, covers on, no
torn pages. No Romance Novels, or Murder
Mysteries. All reading levels acceptable, but
teen reading is preferred. Materials in Spanish
appreciated. No personal information in books,
such as names, phone numbers, addresses. Language
Arts Class that brings in the most acceptable
books will win an ice cream party.
March 5th9th
Libraries...because I choose to read!
Knights of the Round Library Table
March 5th9th
Libraries...because I choose to read!
Knights of the Round Library Table
Phone 831-761-6613 Fax 831-728-8139 Email
Megan_Fuller_at_pvusd.net
Aptos Junior High 1001 Huntington Dr. Aptos, CA
95003
Phone 831-761-6613 Fax 831-728-8139 Email
Megan_Fuller_at_pvusd.net
Aptos Junior High 1001 Huntington Dr. Aptos, CA
95003
40
Dragon Feast
By Invitation Only The Library Maven Invites you
to an After school feast. Your best fantasy
attire is required.
By Invitation Only The Library Maven invites you
to an after school feast. Your best fantasy
attire is required.
41
Fun Times
  • Hot Chicks in The Library

42
Guys Girls Read Blogs
http//www.aptosjr.pvusd.net/guysread
http//www.aptosjr.pvusd.net/girlsread
Jon Sczieskas Guys Read http//guysread.com/
43
Genre Bingo
  • Pace
  • Perseverance
  • Delayed Gratification

44
Manifest Destiny
45
Principal Ray Blute
Assistant Principal Brian Saxton
http//www.getcaughtreading.org
46
Accountability
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47
Accelerated Reader
  • A curriculum based assessment tool which
    provides a summary and analysis of results,
    enabling teachers to monitor both the quantity
    and quality of the reading practice in which
    their students are engaged.
  • Renaissance Learning

48
Growth Report
49
Power of the Paycheck
Roary Student Library Aide
50
Brass Tacks
51
Before School Opens
  • Textbook distribution

52
Opening of School
  • Library Orientation
  • Reading Assessments
  • School Site Council
  • Back to School Night

53
  • K R L T
  • OF THE
  • IBRARY
  • OUND
  • NIGHTS
  • ABLE

PRESENTATION BY
MEGHAN B.- PRESIDENT BRIDGET M.- VICE
PRESIDENT
54
Second Quarter Activities
  • Announcements
  • Parent Volunteers

55
Third Quarter Activities
  • Mission Impossible
  • Charity Book Drive
  • Complete CYRM

56
Fourth Quarter Activities
  • Get Caught Reading
  • Book Round-Up
  • Summer Book Exchange
  • Celebrate Achievement

57
AC Construction Aladdin Nursery Annieglass Apple
bee's Aptos Feed Aptos Pizza Aptos Shoes
Apparel Atlantis Fantasy World Avalon
Visions Bagel Café Barr Family Baskin
Robbins Beverlys Fabrics Billabong Bonfante
Gardens Book Shop Santa Cruz Borders
Books Booklegger Bookworks California Academy of
Science California Futons California Giant
Strawberry Capitola Book Café Capitola Hair and
Nail Design Cassidys Pizza Childrens Discovery
Museum Closet Capers Club Ed Surf School Cold
Stone Creamery Couch Potato Craft
Gallery Crossroads Bookstore Crossroads
Fabrics Cycle Works Dell Computers Dharmas
Restaurant East Meets West Fleet Feet Free to
Ride Freeline Surf Full of Beans
George Family Granite Construction Great
America Grell Construction Hansens
Feed Harley-Davidson Heathers Patisserie Hidden
Garden Nursery Jamba Juice Jensen Music Joiner
Orthodontics Kaleidoscope Katin Kayak
Connection Lester Clinic Longs Drugs Martinellis
Mavericks Mr. E's Cyclery Mr. Martin Monkey Girl
Beads Mountain Mike's Pizza Mystery Spot Ocean
Minded Pacific Coffee Roasting Pacific
Cookie Pacific Edge Rock Climbing Pacific
Wave Palace Arts Panache Bath Body Paradise
Beads Paul Mitchell Pet Emporium Play it Again
Sports Pony Express Market Pottery Parlor Potting
Shed Pretty Mama Purrfect Girl Quiznos
Red Apple Café Rick Kepler Tennis Roaring
Camp Ross Dress For Less Round Table Pizza San
Francisco Zoo Santa Cruz Surf Shop Santa Cruz
Beach Boardwalk Santa Cruz Roller Paladium Santa
Cruz Ukele Club Scab Seascape Golf Seacliff
Video Sees Candies Sessions Showtime
Pizza Sierra at Tahoe Skate Works Ski Shop Santa
Cruz Skin City Straw Hat Pizza Surf City
Coffee Surf n Shack The Potting
Shed Target Toadal Fitness Tech Museum of
Innovation Tiger Marshall Arts Togos Tony
Albas Pizza Transworld Mag Trey's True
Wheel Ugly Mugg Wave Rave Snowboard Shop Warmth
Company Wild Rose Art Woodworm World Market
Bazaar Wye Family Yogurt Express Yogurt
Sensations
2007 R.O.A.R. Community Supporters
58
The Cost vs The Cost of Doing Nothing
  • Whatever the cost of our libraries, its cheap
    compared to that of an ignorant nation.
  • Walter Cronkite

59
Summary
  • Important to motivate
  • Motivation Theory
  • Establishing Relationships
  • Activities
  • Timelines

60
Resources
  • Websites
  • Accel Team. Access Motivation. http//www.accel-te
    am.com/motivation/index.html
  • Accessed July 2007
  • Chapman, Alan. Motivational Needs Theory.
    http//www.businessballs.com/davidmcclelland.html
  • Accessed July 2007
  • Pettijohn, Terry F. Biography David McClelland.
    http//www.dushkin.com/connectext/psy/ch09/bio9b.m
    html
  • Accessed Aug 2007
  • Spear-Swerling, Louise. Teachers Acquisition of
    Knowledge about English Word Structure.
    http//findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3809/is_20
    0301/ai_n9226114/pg_2
  • Accessed Aug 2007
  • Bandura, A. (1994). Self-efficacy. In V. S.
    Ramachaudran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of human
    behavior (Vol. 4, pp. 71-81). New York Academic
    Press. (Reprinted in H. Friedman Ed.,
    Encyclopedia of mental health. San Diego
    Academic Press, 1998). http//www.des.emory.edu/mf
    p/BanEncy.html
  • Accessed Oct 2007
  • Print Materials
  • Jones, Patrick, et. al. Connecting with
    Reluctant Teen Readers New York Neal-Shuman
    Publishers, 2006
  • Smith, Michael Jeffrey Wilhelm. Reading Dont
    Fix No Chevys Literacy in the lives of young
    men. New YorkHeinemann, 2002.
  • Photos used by Creative Commons License
  • http//www.flickr.com/photos/dav/ field workers
  • http//www.flickr.com/photos/gregclarkephotography
    / skater
  • http//www.flickr.com/photos/striatic/40583/
    chess
  • http//www.flickr.com/photos/kiloran/ tall ship
  • http//www.flickr.com/photos/grandetour/160907919/
    Horse and Water c. originalRobert used by
    permission

Guys Read logo c. John Sciezca, used by
permission. Get Caught Reading logo c.
Association of American Publishers, used by
permission. Student ROAR photos courtesy
private collection of Megan Fuller Image from
Alice in Wonderland is in the Public Domain
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