Extreme Booktalking!

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Published on April 8, 2009

Author: liesls

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SWILA presentation on Booktalking by Liesl Seborg & Ezequiel Luna

Liesl Seborg, MLIS, MA, Hidden Springs Branch Library Ezequiel Luna, BA, Nampa Public Library SWILA Conference April 8, 2009

Sales?   Motivation?  Entertaining?  Capturing the reader? Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Fiction   Collections  Nonfiction  Fast & Furious  In the Stacks (aka Shelftalking) Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Know your style   Enthusiasm for the material  Flexibility  Balance  Know your audience Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

E - enthusiastic   X – excels @ finding key passages  T – trusts audience & self  R – rides the wave  E – expects the best of self  M – motivates audience to read  E – enjoys self! Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Team vs. Individual Performance   Team benefits: mutual endorsement assists during momentary blanks handling troublesome issues Individual benefits:  more informal stronger connection in small groups Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Be prepared   Befriend the audience  Believe in yourself and your message  Be breathing  Be comfortable Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Think about:  › Favorite way receive info? › Most comfortable way to talk to others? › Your favorite book? › What part of your favorite book motivated you to select it? Choose your hook, tease and wrap-up  Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

What did you enjoy about doing your  book-talk?  What did you not like about it?  What did you learn about your own style?  What did you learn from your teammate’s performance that you’d like to use? Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

JUNIOR Peak- by Roland Smith   The Candy Shop War by Brandon Mull Plain Janes by Cecil Castelucci   Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Greg Heffley’s Schooled by Gordon Korman   Journal by Jeff Kinney The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam  Elijah of Buxton by Christopher Paul Curtis Rex  Igraine the Brave – Cornelia Funke Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landry   Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian  Selznick SENIOR  Marley: a Dog Like No Other by John Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time   Grogan Indian by Sherman Alexie Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton City Of Bones by Cassandra Clare   Lee Stewart Deadline by Chris Crutcher  No Talking – Andrew Clements  Does My Head Look Big In This? by Randa  Abdel-Fattah INTERMEDIATE Enter Three Witches by Caroline Cooney   Alchemyst: Secrets of the Immortal Mistik Lake by Martha Brooks   Nicholas Flamel by Michael Scott Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson  Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon  Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr  Hale http://pnla.org/ Zen And The Art Of Faking It by Jordan  Sonnenblick Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

Please feel free to email us if you have  any questions or suggestions.  Ezequiel: eluna@nampalibrary.org  Liesl: lseborg@adalib.org Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/booktalking/   http://nancykeane.com/booktalks/  http://www.thebooktalker.com/  http://www.oism.cps.k12.il.us/pdf/inservice/The%20ABCs%20of%20Bo oktalking.pdf  http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/profdev/booktalking.cfm  NoveList (database) has some excellent resources  http://www.uri.edu/artsci/lsc/Faculty/geaton/MSLMAtalk/  http://www.teenspoint.org/reading_matters/booktalks.asp  http://www.readingonline.org/electronic/webwatch/book_talks/  http://www.randomhouse.com/teachers/librarians/booktalks.html  http://teacher.scholastic.com/products/tradebooks/booktalks.htm  http://theyayayas.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/booktalking-tips- 2008/ Extreme Booktalking L. Seborg & E. Luna SWILA 04/08/2009

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