Florida Literacy Week Plan January 26-30, 2015



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Florida Literacy Week Plan

January 26-30, 2015

Webster Elementary School


*SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, and MATH (STEM) ARE A BIG FOCUS FOR LITERACY WEEK THIS YEAR!


Monday

1/26/2014

  • Reading Rocks, Wear Funky Socks! (Students wear silly socks)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations, Strickland/Daniels)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway (One pre-k, three primary, three intermediate)

  • Reading Fair Kickoff- Classes receive poster board and rules

  • Mystery Poetry Readers- Kindergarten/ 4th Grade

  • Million Minute Marathon Begins-report information to Daniels

  • Design a Bookmark Contest (grades K-5)- Contest Begins

  • Book-a-thons will be held throughout the week, per teacher discretion *


Tuesday

1/27/2-14

  • Hunt down a good book (students wear camo this day)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations, Strickland/Daniels)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway (One pre-k, three primary, three intermediate)

  • Mystery Poetry Readers- 1st Grade





Wednesday

1/28/2014
  • (Fiction Day)Twin Day (Students dress up as their favorite story book character)


  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations, Strickland/Daniels)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway (One pre-k, three primary, three intermediate)

  • Reading Fair-All class entries due by the end of the day

  • Mystery Poetry Readers- 2nd Grade

  • Design a Bookmark Contest (grades K-5)- Last Day for Bookmark Submission


Thursday

1/29/2014

  • (Nonfiction Day) Students dress up as a STEM related worker (science, math, engineering, technology, etc.)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations, Strickland/Daniels)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway (One pre-k, three primary, three intermediate)

  • Reading Fair- Classes Visit Fair (optional, located in lunchroom)

  • Mystery Poetry Readers- 3rd Grade





Friday

1/30/2014

  • SHINE for Reading (Students wear WES pride shirts)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations, Strickland/Daniels)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway (One pre-k, three primary, three intermediate)

  • Reading Fair- Classes Visit Fair (optional, located in lunchroom)
  • Mystery Poetry Readers- 5th Grade


  • Books and Brownies (optional per teacher)

  • Design a Bookmark Contest (grades K-5)- Winners Announced

Theme Days

To increase student motivation and encourage a positive reading culture within the school, there will be “Theme days” in which students can show support for reading and school pride. *RELAY TO STUDENT NO HAIR DYE OR DISRUPTIVE PROPS AND COSTUMES MAY BE WORN. ALL OUTFITS MUST FOLLOW THE SCHOOL DRESS CODE.

The schedule is as follows:


  • Monday: Reading Rocks, Wear Funky Socks (Students wear silly socks)

  • Tuesday: Hunt down a good book (Students wear camo)

  • Wednesday: (Fiction Day)Twin Day (Students and teachers dress up as favorite story book characters)

  • Thursday: (Nonfiction Day) Students dress up as a STEM related worker (science, math, engineering,

technology, etc.)

  • Friday: SHINE for Reading (Students wear WES pride shirts)

Reading Fair

Each class will submit a reading fair poster that focuses on a fiction or nonfiction book. The class will read the book together and create a display that highlights story elements or text structure. The poster display will be created with the help of students. All posters will be displayed in the cafeteria.



Mystery Readers

Students will read a poem on the morning announcements each day for Literacy Week. One student from each grade level will be chosen to participate (K-5).


Million Minute Marathon

All students will participate in the Million Minute Marathon. Students will be given an additional 30 minutes each day to read. These minutes will be recorded, sent to Patsy, and at the end of the week, will be submitted to “Just Read Florida!” (This can be done in content areas, as well as in the ELA block) Please check the district site to find videos of Mr. Shirley and others reading to the students.

"30 minutes…of daily reading beyond the regular reading program significantly increases student reading achievement." --National Center for Educational Statistics


Bookmark Contest

Students in grade K-5 will be able to participate in the bookmark contest. Students will create a bookmark that promotes reading, or is centered around their favorite book. Students will receive a blank bookmark and the rules on Monday and will need to submit the bookmark on Wednesday. A winner from each grade level will be announced on Friday.



Daily Media Center Giveaway

Each day during the week, the media center will be giving away prizes. Mrs. Strickland or Ms. Daniels will announce one winner from pre-k, three winners from K-2 and three winners from 3-5. Tickets will be distributed to each homeroom teacher so that all students have an opportunity to put their name in the drawings. Each student will be allowed one entry.



Daily Morning Announcements

Each day for Literacy Week, Mrs. Strickland or Ms. Daniels will be highlighting special books to pique interest.



Books and Brownies

Friday, teachers may invite parents to come in and read A.R. with their child. Brownies and/or cookies may be provided for refreshments during this time. This activity is optional for teachers.



Book-a-thon

Students will be sent home a pledge form to raise money for each AR book they test on and pass. The money collected will go to fund classroom libraries. Teachers are able to pick the day they wish to do the book-a-thon on, and may invite parents to come in as reading helpers for this event.


Poem in My Pocket

Students can write a poem, to be reviewed by the teacher, and carry it in their pocket. Adults can randomly stop kids and ask to hear their poem. Optional for all classes.


January 26 – January 30, 2015

Wildwood Middle High School



Sumter County

Monday

  • Reading Rocks, Wear Funky Socks – Students will wear funky socks to promote reading across genres.

  • Million Minute Marathon – ALL students will read the first 10 minutes of every class as their Bell Ringer.

  • Literacy Week Book Brochure – rules and rubric are attached

  • Door Decorating Contest (PAWS groups)

  • What’s your teacher reading??? – Teachers will display titles of books they are reading throughout the month of January.

  • My Favorite book – students share a favorite book title during morning announcements (possibly share an excerpt during TVP announcements)

  • Facebook / Pinterest Book Walls – Cafeteria (Students read a certain book assigned to specific grade levels throughout the month of January and create walls for the books (i.e., walls can include quotes from the book, character illustrations, costume design, soundtrack, setting descriptions, timelines, etc.))

  • Mystery Book Gallery Walk – WMHS media center

Tuesday

  • Hunt for a good book – students wear camouflage
  • Drop Everything And Read – ALL students will read the first 10 minutes of every class as their Bell Ringer.


  • Literacy Week Book Brochure – rules and rubric are attached

  • Door Decorating Contest (PAWS groups)

  • What’s your teacher reading??? – Teachers will display titles of books they are reading throughout the month of January.

  • My Favorite book – students share a favorite book title during morning announcements (possibly share an excerpt during TVP announcements)

  • Facebook / Pinterest Book Walls – Cafeteria (Students read a certain book assigned to specific grade levels throughout the month of January and create walls for the books (i.e., walls can include quotes from the book, character illustrations, costume design, soundtrack, setting descriptions, timelines, etc.))

  • Mystery Book Gallery Walk – WMHS media center

Wednesday

  • Hats off to a good book – Students can wear hats to support reading

  • 6th grade Camp Out for Reading – Students will participate in an all day reading camp out to read an entire book, The Cay.

  • Drop Everything And Read – ALL students will read the first 10 minutes of every class as their Bell Ringer.

  • Literacy Week Book Brochure – rules and rubric are attached

  • Door Decorating Contest (PAWS groups)

  • What’s your teacher reading??? – Teachers will display titles of books they are reading throughout the month of January.

  • My Favorite book – students share a favorite book title during morning announcements (possibly share an excerpt during TVP announcements)
  • Facebook / Pinterest Book Walls – Cafeteria (Students read a certain book assigned to specific grade levels throughout the month of January and create walls for the books (i.e., walls can include quotes from the book, character illustrations, costume design, soundtrack, setting descriptions, timelines, etc.))


  • Mystery Book Gallery Walk – WMHS media center

Thursday__Score_with_a_good_book_–_Students_wear_their_favorite_sports_team_shirts'>Thursday

  • Score with a good book – Students wear their favorite sports team shirts

  • Drop Everything And Read – ALL students will read the first 10 minutes of every class as their Bell Ringer.

  • Literacy Week Book Brochure – rules and rubric are attached

  • Door Decorating Contest (PAWS groups)

  • What’s your teacher reading??? – Teachers will display titles of books they are reading throughout the month of January.

  • My Favorite book – students share a favorite book title during morning announcements (possibly share an excerpt during TVP announcements)

  • Facebook / Pinterest Book Walls – Cafeteria (Students read a certain book assigned to specific grade levels throughout the month of January and create walls for the books (i.e., walls can include quotes from the book, character illustrations, costume design, soundtrack, setting descriptions, timelines, etc.))

  • Mystery Book Gallery Walk – WMHS media center

Friday

  • Wildwood Middle High Reads! – Students wear school spirit shirts.

  • Drop Everything And Read – ALL students will read the first 10 minutes of every class as their Bell Ringer.

  • Literacy Week Book Brochure – rules and rubric are attached

  • Door Decorating Contest (PAWS groups)
  • What’s your teacher reading??? – Teachers will display titles of books they are reading throughout the month of January.


  • My Favorite book – students share a favorite book title during morning announcements (possibly share an excerpt during TVP announcements)

  • Facebook / Pinterest Book Walls – Cafeteria (Students read a certain book assigned to specific grade levels throughout the month of January and create walls for the books (i.e., walls can include quotes from the book, character illustrations, costume design, soundtrack, setting descriptions, timelines, etc.))

  • Mystery Book Gallery Walk – WMHS media center

Florida Literacy Week Plan

January 26-30, 2015

Wildwood Elementary School




Monday

1/26/15

  • Reading Rocks, Wear Funky Socks! (Students wear silly socks)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations grades K-1)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway

  • Reading Fair Kickoff (Boards on display in the media center)

  • Mystery Readers- Student Council

  • Reading Olympics/Million Minute Marathon Begins

  • Leaders are Readers- Videos of administration reading their favorite book





Tuesday

1/27/15

  • Hats off to Reading (students wear favorite hats to school)


  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations grade 2)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway

  • Mystery Readers- Student Council

  • Reading Olympics/Million Minute Marathon

  • Leaders are Readers- Videos of administration reading their favorite book





Wednesday

1/28/15

  • Twin Day (Students dress up as their favorite story book character)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations grade 3)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway

  • Reading Fair

  • Mystery Readers- Student Council

  • Reading Olympics/Million Minute Marathon

  • Leaders are Readers- Videos of administration reading their favorite book




Thursday

1/29/15

  • Score with Books (Students wear favorite team jerseys)

  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations grade 4)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway

  • Reading Fair

  • Mystery Readers- Student Council

  • Reading Olympics/Million Minute Marathon

  • Leaders are Readers- Videos of administration reading their favorite book


Friday

1/30/15
  • Hiding out with a good book (Camo day)


  • Daily Morning Announcements (Student book recommendations grade 5)

  • Daily Media Center Giveaway

  • Reading Fair- Winners announced

  • Mystery Readers- Student Council

  • Reading Olympics/Million Minute Marathon- All day AR

  • Leaders are Readers- Videos of administration reading their favorite book

  • Starbooks Café

Theme Days

To increase student motivation and encourage a positive reading culture within the school, there will be “Theme days” in which students can show support for reading and school pride. The schedule is as follows:



  • Monday: Reading Rocks, Wear Funky Socks (Students wear silly socks)

  • Tuesday: Hats off to Reading (Students wear AR hats or favorite hats)

  • Wednesday: Twin Day (Students and teachers dress up as favorite story book characters)

  • Thursday: Score with Books (Students wear favorite team jerseys)

  • Friday: Hiding out with a good book (Camo day)

Reading Fair

Each class will submit a reading fair board that focuses on a fiction or nonfiction book. The class will read the book together and create a display that highlights story elements or text structure. The board display will be create with the help of students and submitted for judging. A first place winner will be chosen within each grade level and will receive a prize.



Mystery Readers

Student council members will visit classrooms and read their favorite story to the class. The mystery reader will read the book wearing a mask. This will be an ongoing event (Monday-Friday) on a sign up basis.


Reading Olympics/Million Minute Marathon

All students will participate in the Reading Olympics. Students will be given an additional 30 minutes each day to read. These minutes will be recorded and at the end of the week, will be submitted to “Just Read Florida!” On Friday, students will be given an all-day Read-a-Thon.


Leaders are Readers

School administrators will pre-record readings of their favorite book and it will be available for students to watch during literacy week.



Daily Media Center Giveaway

Each day during the week, the media center will be giving away prizes. A timer will be set for 45 minute intervals. Every 45 minutes when the timer goes off, the student checking a book out at that time will receive a prize (pencil, bookmark, book, etc.).



Daily Morning Announcements

The reading coach will announce the daily activities for literacy week. Some days, the reading coach will read a quote from a favorite book or give a fact about reading. Each day, a student will give a mini book commercial over the announcements, promoting their favorite book.



Starbooks Café

Thursday afternoon, the AR points for each class will be tallied The top class with the most points within each grade level will receive a pancake breakfast on Friday morning. An administrator or resource teacher will come in and cook a pancake breakfast for the class while they read AR.



Literacy Night (Thursday before literacy Week)

Students and parents in grades K-5 will be invited to attend Literacy Night. During this evening event, there will be a story teller and AR time available for students to read with their parents.



Bushnell Elementary School

Literacy Week

January 26-30, 2015

“Reading Accelerates Success”

Schedule of Events:

Monday


  • Million Minute Marathon

Tuesday


  • Guest Readers in Classrooms

  • Literacy Night

Wednesday

  • Chalk the Walk

Thursday

  • Guest Readers in Classrooms

Friday

Description of Events:

  • Million Minute Marathon

    • Students will participate in the State of Florida’s Million Minute Marathon. Students will read an additional 30 minutes during the day.

  • Guest Readers in Classrooms

    • Special guests, board members, parents, faculty and friends will read a favorite book to classrooms throughout the week. This is an ongoing event. Please send your schedule to Mrs. Russ.

  • Chalk the Walk

    • Each class will draw a book cover, characters from a story, and/or scenes from a favorite book on the area outside of their classroom. Chalk will be placed in your box to use for this event.

  • Literacy Night

    • Performer -TBD. After the presentation, students will disburse to designated classrooms to participate in reading activities and games. Door prizes & books will be awarded at the end of the evening. The event will take place 5:30-7:00

  • Book Character Dress Up

    • Students, teachers, and staff are encouraged to dress as their favorite book character. Costumes must be school appropriate.

Bushnell Elementary School

Literacy Week

January 26-30, 2015


“Reading Accelerates Success”

Schedule of Events:

Monday


  • Million Minute Marathon

Tuesday

  • Guest Readers in Classrooms

  • Literacy Night

Wednesday

  • Chalk the Walk

Thursday

  • Guest Readers in Classrooms

Friday

  • Book Character Dress Up

Description of Events:

  • Million Minute Marathon

    • Students will participate in the State of Florida’s Million Minute Marathon. Students will read an additional 30 minutes during the day.

  • Guest Readers in Classrooms

    • Special guests, board members, parents, faculty and friends will read a favorite book to classrooms throughout the week. This is an ongoing event. Please send your schedule to Mrs. Russ.

  • Chalk the Walk

    • Each class will draw a book cover, characters from a story, and/or scenes from a favorite book on the area outside of their classroom. Chalk will be placed in your box to use for this event.

  • Literacy Night

    • Performer -TBD. After the presentation, students will disburse to designated classrooms to participate in reading activities and games. Door prizes & books will be awarded at the end of the evening. The event will take place 5:30-7:00

  • Book Character Dress Up

    • Students, teachers, and staff are encouraged to dress as their favorite book character. Costumes must be school appropriate.


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