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Wordless Books:So Much to Say!

Dr. Gilda Martinez-Alba

Dr. Judith

Cruzado

-Guerrero

Towson, MarylandSlide2

Let’s get to know you…Who do you teach?

PreK

– 1grade

2

– 3 grade

4 – 6 grade

7 – 12 grade

College

P

arentsSlide3

How many wordless books do you have?

0

1 – 5

6

– 10

11 – 15

20+Slide4

How often do you use wordless books?

Everyday

Once a week

Once a month

Once a quarter/semester

NeverSlide5

Do you know…when the first wordless book

was published? Was it:

1921

1932

1946

1950Slide6

1932

http

://www.amazon.com/What-Whiskers-did-Ruth-Carroll/dp/B0007DEVGO/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1454441007&sr=8-3&keywords=what+whiskers+didSlide7

Do you know…when the second wordless

book was published? Was it:

1933

1939

1942

1961Slide8

1961

http://www.amazon.com/Charlotte-Steiner-You-Tell--Gibralter-Library/dp/B00IWR8MTO/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1454440872&sr=8-3&keywords=I+am+Andy%3A++You-Tell-A-Story-BookSlide9

Wordless Books: For Motivation

Wordless picture books can be very engaging when used with English learners of all levels and ages to build English skills.

Students can feel successful, regardless of their literacy level in any language. Slide10

Wordless Books: Develop Various Skills with Visuals

oral language

vocabulary

listening

comprehension

writing skills

a

nd more!Slide11

Wordless Books: For Writing and Discussions

Students

of all ages can be

authors

This

can lead to a rich

discussion

Study at the University of Utah studied wordless versus picture books Slide12

Wordless Books: Develop Comprehension and Bilingual Skills

One of the main goals of reading is comprehension

Teachers can use wordless picture books to explain comprehension strategies

Time to work on comprehension can be provided, while working on speaking and bilingual skillsSlide13

Wordless Books: Parental Involvement

Parents wanting to participate in their child’s education can read the story to their child in any language, even if they cannot read or write in any language.

This

can potentially lead to get students interested in books, while showing parents how they can help with their child’s academic progress. Slide14

Wordless Books: Other Benefits

for close reading of illustrations to develop discussions

to work on making inferences Slide15

STORIES WITH EASY PICTURES TO FOLLOW:

 

A

Boy, a Dog, and a Frog

Carl at the Dog Show

Chalk

Flora and the Flamingo

My Friend Rabbit

Pancakes for Breakfast

Rainstorm

Shapes, Shapes, Shapes

The Lion and the Mouse

The Snowman

Wave

 Slide16

STORIES WITH MORE COMPLICATED PICTURES TO FOLLOW:

Flotsam

Free Fall

Journey

Mirror

Mr.

Wuffles

Sidewalk Circus

The Red Book

Tuesday

Unspoken: A Story from the Underground Railroad

Zoom Slide17

http://www.amazon.com/Chalk-Bill-Thomson/dp/0761455264/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455131631&sr=8-1&keywords=chalk+bookSlide18

ChalkChalk

is a

simple,

yet exciting book about drawings that come to

life

The

book has a lesson for

Chalk

emphasizing writing and

readingSlide19

Related Websites:

For

follow-up discussions, students could look at the artist, Julian

Beever’s

website to see amazing 3-D sidewalk chalk drawings:

http://www.boredpanda.com/44-amazing-3d-sidewalk-chalk-artworks-by-julian-beever/

Or, they could look on

Pinterest

to see more chalk illusions:

http://www.pinterest.com/michelle816/chalk-illusions/

On this

Pinterest page there are numerous ideas for sidewalk chalk activities:

http://www.pinterest.com/handsonaswegrow/sidewalk-chalk-activities/Slide20

Julian Beever’s Chalk ArtSlide21

Julian Beever’s Chalk ArtSlide22

Julian Beever’s Chalk ArtSlide23

Julian Beever’s Chalk ArtSlide24

Pinterest Chalk IdeasSlide25

Related Apps:Hello Chalk – free app for drawing with “chalk” on an

iPad

Art of Glow – free app for drawing with bright glowing colorsSlide26

Reference for Further Reading:

Tomas, Z.,

Kostka

, I., & Mott-Smith, J. A. (2013).

Teaching Writing.

Alexandria, VA: TESOL International Association.Slide27

http://www.amazon.com/Flotsam-David-Wiesner/dp/0618194576/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455131720&sr=8-1&keywords=flotsam+bookSlide28

Flotsam

Flotsam

,

is

a complicated story about a camera’s travels in the ocean, which has a wealth of vocabulary that can be discussed. Slide29

FlotsamA mystery bag

Teacher shows book

S

tudents work in pairs to go over one illustration while discussing vocabulary

Students share ideas with the class or they could record themselves sharingSlide30

Related Websites:

Students could look at David

Wiesner’s

website to see other books he has written to conduct an author study and make text-to-text connections.

http://www.hmhbooks.com/wiesner/

index.html

In

Time for Kids

, a student interviewed David

Wiesner

. Students could follow the format to interview each other.

http://www.timeforkids.com/news/qa-david-wiesner/2986Slide31

David Wiesner’s Website: Slide32

Time for Kids Interview:Slide33

Related Apps:

GeoDash

- to learn more about the environment, National Geographic for Kids has this app for $

1.99

Ocean Sounds Relax n Sleep - free app that can be used to create a soothing classroom environmentSlide34

Reference for Further Reading:

Online

Teaching Activity Index: Audio Recording and Podcasting

http://www.ion.uillinois.edu/resources/otai/Audio.aspSlide35
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, E. (2013). Making-meaning from wordless (or nearly wordless) picture books:

What educational research expects and what readers have to say.

Cambridge

Journal of Education, 43

(2), 163 – 176.

doi

: 10.1080/0305764X.2013.767879

Dowhower

, S. (1997). Wordless books: Promise and possibilities, a genre come of age.

Yearbook of the American Reading Forum. Retrieved

from

http

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americanreadingforum.org

/yearbook/yearbooks/97_yearbook/

pdf

/ 06_Dowhower.pdf

Jung, Y. S., &

Commeyras

, M. (2012). Using wordless picture books to support

biliteracy

development: The case study of a six-year-old Korean ESL boy.

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Le Roux, A., &

Costandius

, E. (2013). Wordless picture books in parent-child reading

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Lindauer

, S. L. K. (1988). Wordless books: An approach to visual literacy.

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McAdam

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Ramos, A. M., & Ramos, R. (2011).

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 Slide37

Questions?Slide38

Contact Info:

Gilda Martinez-Alba

gmartinez@towson.edu

Judy Cruzado-Guerrero

jguerrero@towson.edu

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