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Read with the Family: Lesson 1
Prepared by Alicia Smith, Adriana Chavez asmith@pls.lib.ok.us, achavez@pls.lib.ok.us

Name E-mail

Objective

1) To increase awareness of the importance to children of reading out loud

2) To encourage parents to help their children succeed in school

3) To promote the joy of reading out loud

4) To encourage participation in ESL literacy services

5) To increase awareness and use of family literacy websites on the internet, in the library, and in the community



Warm-up activity

Welcome by facilitator/interpreter

1) Facilitator/interpreter will



  • distribute pre-test attachment A1 with instructions for completing and collecting

  • invite participants to enjoy the meal

  • give instructions to play Lotería (Bingo)

  • binder with an overview of family literacy sessions, stories, songs, finger plays, brochures

2) Library/literacy staff will move about the room to encourage and assist participants as necessary and to establish a friendly atmosphere

3) Support staff will provide activities for children 4 years of age and younger



Materials needed for warm-up

  1. pre-test attachment A1


  1. Meal to be provided by local restaurant

3) Lotería game with calling cards and game boards, small prizes. Loteria game called ¡Bingles!—www.altaesl.com. Deluxe Treasure Chest Toy Assortment for Loteria prizes—www.demco.com

4) Binder or bag including calendar with dates and times of future programs, program descriptions, stories, songs, and finger plays, brochures, paper and pencil

5) Brochure La Lectura es lo primero download at www.nifl.gov





Learning activities

(For adults and children 5 and older)



  1. Facilitator/interpreter will:

  • introduce the storyteller and participate in the presentation attachment A2 Read with the Family using the following books:

Where the Wild Things Are/ Donde Viven Los Monstruos

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs/La Verdadera Historiade los Tres Cerditos

Oh No, Gotta Go

  • show video Read Aloud:Share a Book with Me (overview of how to read to children daily)

  • demonstrate how to read nursery rhyme, story, sing

  • distribute binder including copies of materials used in class, calendar of upcoming sessions, literacy and library information
  • participants are encouraged to take designated book(s) home and read to their children before next session.


Materials needed for learning activities

  1. attachment A2 Read with the Family



  1. Where the Wild Things Are/ Donde Viven Los Monstruos, ISBN 0064434222

  2. The True Story of the Three Little Pigs/ La Verdadera Historiade los Tres Cerditos,

ISBN 014055758x

  1. Oh No, Gotta Go
    , ISBN9780399234934

  2. Cinco Dedos
    from The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays, ISBN 0-87659-284-1(include handouts in binder)

  3. Video—Read Aloud: Share a Book with Me, Raising a Reader kit from San Mateo County Library and the Peninsula Partnership for children, Youth, and Families, Clearwater Films, 2000, (13 min.)

  4. Songs—Buenos Dias and Chocolate, from The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays,

ISBN 0-87659-284-1(include handouts in binder)

  1. CD—De Colores and Other Latin American Folk Songs for Children ISBN 1-57417-00




Conclusion

Encourage participants to



  1. Attend next session

  2. Read books to children

  3. Bring designated books to second session

  4. Sing songs with children
  5. Say rhymes with children


6) Complete post-testattachment A1

Materials needed for conclusion

1) Post-testattachment A1









Extensions/Expansion/Support activities

Children’s activities

During the time adults are in session, support staff will provide in a separate location computer and reading activities for the children of the participants to encourage love of reading and use of library facilities.

Activities may include


  1. Book discussion—read and discuss the questions for Anansi the Spider or other chosen title



  1. Singing songs with child care specialist

  2. Playing Loteria

4) Making crafts to fit book read or activities set by workshop promoters

Adult activities

  1. Provide a tour of the library highlighting parenting and children’s sections

  2. Demonstrate public use computers to access bookmarked family literacy websites

  3. Offer library card applications.

Benefits of a library card attachment A3


How to get a library card attachment A4



Support resources for all lessons

Books

Where the Wild Things Are/ Donde Viven Los Monstruos, ISBN 0064434222

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs/ La Verdadera Historiade los Tres Cerditos,

ISBN 014055758x



Oh No, Gotta Go, ISBN9780399234934

Music

Songs—Buenos Dias and Chocolate, from The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays ,ISBN 0-87659-284-1

CD—De Colores and Other Latin American Folk Songs for Children ISBN 1-57417-00

Video

Read Aloud:Share a Book with Me, Raising a Reader kit from San Mateo County Library and the Peninsula Partnership for children, Youth, and Families, Clearwater Films, 2000, (ca. 13 min.)

Games/Prizes

Deluxe Treasure Chest Toy Assortment for Loteria prizes—www.demco.com

Loteria game called ¡Bingles!—www.altaesl.com

Brochure

La Lectura es lo primero—www.nifl.gov



Marketing Materials




Original Materials









Bilingual brochures




Community contacts/Resources

Local school education coordinators

Local school bilingual coordinators

nformation in Spanish about age appropriate skills needed for school

Local literacy tutors


P
Read with the Family: Lesson 2



repared by Alicia Smith, Adriana Chavez asmith@pls.lib.ok.us, achavez@pls.lib.ok.us

Name E-mail


Objective

1) To encourage reading out loud and discussing books with children

2) To provide participants information to help them develop communication skills, attention span, and reading skills in children




Warm-up activity

Welcome by facilitator/interpreter

1) Facilitator/interpreter will


  • Distribute pre-test attachment B1 with instructions for completing and collecting


  • Give instructions to play Lotería (Bingo)

  • Invite participants to enjoy the meal




Materials needed for workshop

    1. Pre-test attachment B1



    1. Lotería game with calling cards, and game boards, small prizes

    2. Meal provided by local restaurant




Learning activities

(For adults and children 5 and older)

1) Facilitator/interpreter will introduce the storyteller and participate in the reading and discussion of the three books discussed at the previous session. (New families will miss the opportunity to pre-read the books but will not be otherwise affected).


  • Where the Wild Things AreDonde Viven Los Monstruos

  • The True Story of the Three Little Pigs/ La Verdadera Historiade los Tres Cerditos

  • Oh No, Gotta Go

2) Support staff will provide activities for children 4 and younger

Materials needed for learning activities

  1. Where the Wild Things Are/ Donde Viven Los Monstruos ISBN 0064434222

  2. The True Story of the Three Little Pigs/ La Verdadera Historia de los Tres Cerditos ISBN 014055758x
  3. Oh No Gotta Go, ISBN 9780399234934







Conclusion

1) Facilitator/Interpreter will teach participants songs and rhymes in Spanish



Songs

Buenos Dias

Chocolate—provided in binder from previous session or handouts

Nursery Rhyme

Cinco Dedos—provided in binder from previous session or handouts

2) Facilitator will ask participants to complete post-test attachment B1



Materials needed for conclusion

  1. Songs

Copies of Buenos Dias and Chocolate from The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays ISBN 0-87659-284-1

  1. CD

De Colores and Other Latin American Folk Songs for Children

ISBN 1-57417-00



  1. Nursery Rhymes

The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays

ISBN 0-87659-284-1

4) post-test attachment B1



Extensions/Expansion/Support activities

Children’s activities

During the time adults are in session, support staff will provide in a separate location computer and reading activities for the children of the participants to encourage love of reading and use of library facilities. Activities may include


  • Book discussion—read and discuss the questions for Anansi the Spider or other chosen book.



  • Singing songs with child care specialist

  • Playing Loteria

  • Making crafts


Adult activities

  • Provide a tour of the library highlighting parenting and children’s sections

  • Demonstrate public use computers to access bookmarked family literacy websites

  • Offer library card applications

Benefits of a library card attachment A3



How to get a library card attachment A4



Support resources/Materials/Websites

Books

Where the Wild Things Are/Donde Viven Los Monstruos, ISBN 0064434222

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs/La Verdadera Historia de los Tres Cerditos,

ISBN 014055758x



Oh No Gotta Go, ISBN 9780399234934

The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays, ISBN 0-87659-284-1
CD

1) De Colores and Other Latin American Folk Songs for Children, ISBN 1-57417-00

Games

Lotería game(¡Bingles!) with calling cards and game boards, Altaesl.com

ASN-14-94010-25-5

Loteria Prizes— Treasure Chest Toy Assortment, Demco CR121-2665


Websites

Dia De los ninos—http://www.ala.org/ala/alsc/diadelosninos/enespanol/enespanol.htm

Children’s activities—http://www.nickjr.com/shows/index.jhtml

Children’s activities—http://pbskids.org/

Children’s activities—http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/summer/index.html

Children’s activities—http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

Hispanic literacy—http://literacyconnections.com/LiteracyResources.php

Learning disabilities, Spanish—http://www.ldonline.org/

Literacy, English—http://www.zerotothree.org

Literacy resources, English—http://www.odl.state.ok.us/literacy

Literacy resources, bilingual—http://www.colorincolorado.org/

Literacy resources, Spanish available—http://www.readingrockets.org/-

Literacy for children, Spanish—http://www.ed.gov/parents/landing.jhtml?src=pn

Literacy for children, Spanish—http://www.rif.org/

Parent-child activity materials, Spanish—http://www.walearning.com/


Community contacts/Resources

Local school education coordinators

Local school bilingual coordinators

Information in Spanish about age appropriate skills needed for school

Local literacy tutors

P
Family Literacy Based Computer Instruction: Lesson 3


repared by Alicia Smith, Adriana Chavez asmith@pls.lib.ok.us, achavez@pls.lib.ok.us

Name E-mail

Objective

1)To make participants aware of useful websites for improving adult literacy

2)To provide information about websites to improve skills for school readiness

3)To encourage the use of catalog searches

4)To teach how to place a “hold” on library material






Warm up activity

Welcome by facilitator/interpreter

1) Facilitator/interpreter will



  • Distribute pre-test attachment C1 with instructions for completing and collecting

  • Give instructions to play Lotería (Bingo)

  • Invite participants to enjoy the meal




Materials needed for workshop

1) Pre-test attachment C1





  1. Lotería game with calling cards, and game boards, small prizes

3) Meal provided by local restaurant

Learning activities

1) Facilitator/interpreter will use family literacy themed searches to give computer instruction for the following functions



  • Catalog search

  • Place hold on websites from English to Spanish

  • Change language on websites from English to Spanish

  • Useful websites

  • Children’s games on library computer




Materials needed for learning activities

bilingual instructions for



  1. Catalog search

  2. Placing hold on library material

  3. Useful websites




Conclusion


  1. Hand out bookmark with useful websites

2) Ask participants to complete post-test attachment C1



Materials needed for conclusion

1) Bookmark with useful sites

http://www.justsoyouknow.us

http://www.colorincolorado.org

http://www.rif.org

http://www.telemundo.com



http://bulkorder.ftc.gov:10937/index.php?

language=spanish&intro=1



http://www.missingkids.com/

http://espanol.denverlibrary.org/recursos/

media.html

2) Other sites of choice

3) Post-test attachment C1




Extensions/Expansion/Support activities

Children’s activities

During the time adults are in session, support staff will provide computer and reading activities for the children of the participants to encourage love of reading and use of library facilities. Activities may include



  • Singing songs with child care specialist

  • Playing Loteria

  • Making crafts such as paper flowers, maracas, etc. (see Lesson 1)


Adult activities

  • Provide a tour of the library highlighting parenting and children’s sections

  • Demonstrate public use computers to access bookmarked family literacy websites

  • Offer library card applications

Benefits of a library card attachment A3




How to get a library card attachment A4








Support resources/Materials/Websites

Games

Lotería game(¡Bingles!) with calling cards, and game boards, Altaesl.com-ASN-14-94010-25-5

Loteria Prizes—Treasure Chest Toy Assortment, Demco CR121-2665

Websites

Library—www.justsoyouknow.us

Literacy—www.colorincolorado.org

Literacy—www.rif.org

Hot Internet Sites en Español—http://www.kn.sbc.com/wired/fil/pages/listspanish.html

News, Spanish—cnnenespanol.com

Job search—www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/es_Index.htm

Medical—www.medicare.gov/Spanish/Overview.asp

Health—www.healthfinder.gov/espanol

Health— medlineplus.gov/spanish

Televisión— www.telemundo.com

Government, Spanish—http://www.firstgov.gov/Espanol/index.shtml

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children—http://www.missingkids.com/


  • Como mantener a los niños seguros en internet

  • Preguntas y respuestas sobre seguridad infantile

  • Sus niños pueden llenar los espacios en blanco. Puede hacerlo usted?

Noticias en espanol—http://espanol.denverlibrary.org/recursos/media.html

Federal Trade Commission—http://bulkorder.ftc.gov:10937/index.php?language=spanish&intro=1


  • 7 practicas para usar su computadora de manera segura

  • Alerta en linea bookmark







Community contacts/Resources

Local school education coordinators

Local school bilingual coordinators

Local literacy tutors



Prepared by Alicia Smith, Adriana Chavez asmith@pls.lib.ok.us, achavez@pls.lib.ok.us


Day of the Book/Day of the Child: Lesson 4
Name E-mail

Objective

1) To celebrate books, reading, and children



2) Day of the Book/Day of the Child
In Mexico, there is a holiday called Día de Niño’s. This day celebrates children. Children may receive presents and have a party. It is recommended this lesson be on or near April 30th.

Warm-up and learning activity combined

1) Facilitator/interpreter will



  • Welcome everyone

  • Facilitator/interpreter will invite participants to enjoy the festivities including cake tres leche and punch, Piñata game, and singing of Piñata song (La Piñata) and other songs, etc

  • Staff and literacy tutors will move about the room to assist participants as necessary and to establish a friendly atmosphere

Materials needed for workshop

This event is intended to celebrate family books, reading, and children.


  1. Songs—La Piñata, from The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories and Fingerplays,ISBN 0-87659-284-(included in binder from lesson 1)

  2. CD—De Colores and Other Latin American Folk Songs for Children, ISBN 1-57417-00

  3. Refreshments (cake tres leche and punch)




Conclusion

    1. Distribute gift bags with bookmark, booklet, dictionary, and children’s book

    2. Bookmark—A Cualquier Hora, En Cualquier Lugar ¡ Leamos!

    3. Booklet—Como ayudar a su hiijo a ser

un buen lector–this free booklet is available at www.nochildleftbehind.gov


Materials needed for conclusion

Books to give away to participants:



  1. For each family—Merriam-Webster’s Spanish-English Dictionary, ISBN 9780877799160

  2. For each child—No Abras este Libro,

ISBN 8496517152

  1. Booklet—Como ayudar a su hiijo a ser

un buen lector, this free booklet is available at www.nochildleftbehind.gov.





Extensions/Expansion/Support activities

Adult activities

  • Lotería game (¡Bingles!) with calling cards, and game boards available from Altaesl.com—ASN-14-94010-25-5
  • Loteria Prizes-Treasure Chest Toy Assortment purchased from Demco CR121-2665


  • Provide a tour of the library highlighting parenting and children’s sections

  • Demonstrate public use computers to access bookmarked family literacy websites

  • Offer library card applications

Benefits of a library card attachment A3



How to get a library card attachment A4




Support resources/Materials/Websites

Games

Lotería game(¡Bingles!) with calling cards and game boards, Altaesl.com-ASN-14-94010-25-5

Loteria Prizes— Treasure Chest Toy Assortment, Demco CR121-2665

Websites

News, Spanish—http://www.kn.sbc.com/wired/fil/pages/listspanish.html 

News, Spanish—http://www.cnnenespanol.com

News, television, Spanish—www.telemundo.com

Children’s activities—http://www.nickjr.com/shows/index.jhtml

Children’s activities—http://pbskids.org/

Children’s activities—http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/summer/index.html

Children’s activities—http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

Hispanic literacy—http://literacyconnections.com/LiteracyResources.php

Learning disabilities, Spanish—http://www.ldonline.org/

Literacy, English—http://www.zerotothree.org

Literacy resources, bilingual—http://www.colorincolorado.org/

Literacy resources, Spanish available—http://www.readingrockets.org/-

Literacy for children, Spanish—http://www.ed.gov/parents/landing.jhtml?src=pn

Literacy for children, Spanish—http://www.rif.org/

Parent-child activity materials, Spanish—http://www.walearning.com/



Community contacts/Resources

Local school education coordinators

Local school bilingual coordinators

Local literacy tutors



P
Parents as Teachers: Lesson 5


repared by Stacy DeLano sdelano@stillwater.org

Name E-mail



Objective

1) To make parents aware of effective study skills useful to school children

2) To teach parents how to encourage children to study

3) To teach parents how to help children with their homework



Warm up activity

Welcome by facilitator/interpreter

  1. Facilitator/interpreter will:

  • distribute Pre test attachment E1 and give instructions to complete

  • Give instructions to play Lotería (Bingo)

  • Invite participants to enjoy the meal




Materials needed for workshop

1)Pre test attachment E1





  1. Lotería (Bingo)




  1. Food provided by local restaurant


Learning activities

1) Facilitator/interpreter will introduce a representative from the bilingual education division of the State Department of Education who will discuss how to encourage children to study and how parents can help with homework


Materials needed for learning activities

1) Homework scheduling calendar provided by speaker






Conclusion

Speaker will provide a time for questions and answers

1) Facilitator will:


  • Hand out school related brochures

  • Ask participants to complete post test attachment E1

Materials needed for conclusion

  1. Bilingual contact list of school resources

  2. Stop Bullying Now Resource Kit En Espanol—http://ask.hrsa.gov/detail.cfm?PubID=MCH00208

  3. Toolkit for Hispanic Familieshttp://www.edpubs.org/webstore/Content/search.asp

  4. Post test attachment E1



Extensions/Expansion/Support activities

Children’s activities

During the time adults are in session, support staff will provide computer and reading activities for the children of the participants to encourage love of reading and use of library facilities. Activities may include



  • Book discussion—read and discuss the questions for Anansi the Spider or other book chosen



  • Singing songs with child care specialist

  • Playing Loteria (Bingo)

  • Making crafts such as paper flowers, maracas, etc. (see Lesson 1)



Adult activities

  • Provide a tour of the library highlighting parenting and children’s sections

  • Demonstrate public use computers to access bookmarked family literacy websites

  • Offer library card applications

Benefits of a library card attachment A3



How to get a library card attachment A4







Support resources/Materials/Websites

Websites

Stop Bullying Now Resource Kit En Espanol— http://ask.hrsa.gov/detail.cfm?PubID=MCH00208


Toolkit for Hispanic Familieshttp://www.edpubs.org/webstore/Content/search.asp


Community contacts/Resources

Oklahoma State Department of Education

Local teachers


Reaching Goals: Lesson 6

Prepared by Stacy DeLano sdelano@stillwater.org



Name E-mail

Objective

1) To inform participants about the ESL opportunities available in the community

2) To inform participants about GED/trade school opportunities in the community

3) To inform participants about college opportunities for children including grants and scholarships


Warm up activity

Welcome by facilitator/interpreter

  1. Facilitator/interpreter will:

  • Distribute Pre attachment F1 with instructions for completing and collecting

  • Invite participants to enjoy the refreshments




Materials needed for workshop

1) Pre test attachment F1




Learning activities

1) Facilitator/interpreter will introduce one or more of the following:



  • Someone who has recently completed ESL classes to discuss his/her experience

  • Local school district adult education teacher

  • Technology center counselor to explain opportunities

  • Financial aid representative from a state university high school counselor to discuss how to find money for college and the financial aid opportunities based on different citizenship status

Materials needed for learning activities

  1. Schedule of ESL classes

  2. Schedule for GED study classes

  3. GED study books in Spanish

  4. Literature on local technology center classes

  5. FAFSA forms

  6. Local university catalogues for Hispanic students

Conclusion

1) Facilitator/Interpreter will


  • Facilitate a question and answer period

  • Ask participants to complete post test attachment F1

Materials needed for conclusion

1) Post test attachment F1



Extensions/Expansion/Support activities

Children’s activities

During the time adults are in session, support staff will provide computer and reading activities for the children of the participants to encourage love of reading and use of library facilities. Activities may include



  • Singing songs with child care specialist

  • Playing Loteria

  • Making crafts such as bookworm bookmark. Cut two vertical slits near the top of a long piece of one inch wide ribbon. Have children slide green pipe cleaner through the slits and bend upward into antennae. Push a bead onto the top of each antenna. Glue on moveable eyes and a puff ball nose.

Adult activities

  • Provide a tour of the library highlighting parenting and children’s sections

  • Demonstrate public use computers to access bookmarked family literacy websites

  • Offer library card applications

Benefits of a library card attachment A3



How to get a library card attachment A4





Support resources/Materials/Websites

Websites


  • Program designed to increase the number of low-income students: http://www.ed.gov/programs/gearup/index.html

  • www.okhighered.org/gearup/requestpubsform.shtml

Guía GEAR UP para Padres de Estudiantes de 9no y 10mo Grado

  • Guía para Padres de Estudiantes de 11vo y 12vo Grado

  • La Promesa de Oklahoma - OHLAP (5to – 7mo)

  • La Promesa de Oklahoma - OHLAP (8vo – 10vo)

  • Guía Oficial Universidades y Establecimientos Educativos Terciarios de Oklahoma (8vo – 12vo)

  • Guía para Prepararse para la Universidad para Estudiantes Hispanos en Oklahoma (8vo – 12vo)




  • Federal Student Aid—www.FSAPubs.org

  • FAFSA Tips Brochure [Spanish]

  • FAFSA on the Web Tips Card 2006-2007 [Spanish] Ficha de consejos para FAFSA en la Web

  • FAFSA on the Web Worksheet: 2007-2008 [Spanish] Planilla de preparacion para FAFSA en la Web

  • Funding Education Beyond High School: The Guide to Federal Student Aid 2007-2008 [Spanish] Como costear los estudios postsecundarios

  • Need Money for College? [Brochure] Spanish -Necesitas dinero para tus estudios universitarios?

  • Repaying Your Student Loans [Spanish] - Como reembolsar sus prestamos para estudiantes

  • Start Here, Go Further with Federal Student Aid:  Money for Education Beyond High School (VHS Video)[Spanish]

  • College Preparation Checklist Brochure
  • FAFSA 2007-2008 Free Application For Federal Student Aid







Community contacts/Resources

Local college/university/community college

Local technology center

Local school district adult education department

Local school counselors

Oklahoma State Dept of Education



Oklahoma State Dept for Higher Education










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