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jaithore at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 20:33:11 PST 2014
Could you post the following to Kids-Lib? Thank you.
OLA/CSD 2015 Mock Caldecott Workshop
Save the date! On January 10, 2015 we will hold a Mock Caldecott Workshop
at the Salem Public Library from 9-4.
This year promises to be an event you won't want to miss. Attendees will
learn about Visual Thinking Strategies from Kim Aziz who will lead us in an
interactive session using their methods of teaching children how to think
using images in art to help foster the kind of thinking tools sought in the
Common Core Standards. Attendees will also get a crash course in Caldecott
Criteria before heading into small group discussion of eleven picture
books. Be part of the vote for Oregon's Mock Caldecott title!
2015 Mock Caldecott Discussion Titles:
Have You Seen My Dragon
Steve Light – Author/Illustrator
Lizi Boyd – Author/Illustrator
Brother Hugo and the Bear
Katy Beebe – Author / John Schindler - Illustrator
Yuyi Morales – Author/Illustrator / Tim O'Meara - Photographer
Hannah E. Harrison – Author/Illustrator
The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus
Jen Bryant – Author / Melissa Sweet – Illustrator
Jason Chin – Author/Illustrator
The Farmer and the Clown
Marla Frazee – Author/Illustrator
Firefly July: A Year Of Very Short Poem
Paul B. Janeczko – Author/ Melissa Sweet - Illustrator
The Pilot and the Little Prince
Peter Sis - Author/Illustrator
Kelly DiPucchio -Author/ Christian Robinson -Illustrator
9:00-9:15: Welcome & Introduction.
9:15-10:45 Visual Thinking Strategies
11:00-11:45 Caldecott Criteria Review
11:45-12:30 Lunch Break – Caldecott Quiz
12:30-2:00 Small Group Discussion
2:15-3:30 Small Group Discussion continued
3:30-3:55 Group reconvenes, Round Robin final process, final vote
This year, lunches will not be provided. Please bring a sack lunch. Time is
allowed for those who wish to leave the workshop and purchase lunch from
Email Jaime Thoreson at jaithore at gmail.com for any questions.
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