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Booktalking ideas
http://www.albany.edu/%7edj2930/yabooktalking.html
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Reading Matters : BookTalks
http://teens.librarypoint.org/
Each year our Young Adult Librarians share their favorite books with students in area schools. Find a book that was booktalked at your school, or browse the lists for a new read.
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Web Watch : BookTalks
http://www.readingonline.org/electronic/webwatch/book_talks/
Web Watch : BookTalks
Book talks are brief "teasers" given enthusiastically by librarians, teachers, or students in elementary through high school as a way to entice others to read a particular book.
A book talk doesn't reveal the whole story; rather, it tells just enough to hook perspective readers. Book talks can be used to introduce students to books in the classroom library, books for literature circles, a text set of books for a unit, or books written by a particular author.
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Video BookTalks
http://www.bookwink.com/
Video BookTalks
Bookwink is devoted to recommending the very best books for kids and teens. Our mission is to connect kids in Grades 3 through 8 with books that will make them excited about reading. Each weekly video booktalk is about a different topic, and additional books on every topic can be found on the Bookwink website.
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Booktalks : Scholastic
http://www.scholastic.com/librarians/ab/booktalks.htm
Booktalks : Scholastic
Booktalking is one of the most effective way to get kids reading. Entice young readers to open a book engage their interest invite them into a story.
You are free to use these booktalks in a live verbal presentation without express permission or acknowledgement.
You may either quote them word-for-word, or excerpt or adapt them any way you like. Be creative - make these booktalks your own and add them to your repertoire!
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Booktalks -- Quick and Simple
http://www.nancykeane.com/booktalks
Booktalks -- Quick and Simple
Submitting booktalks to Booktalks Quick and Simple is now -- quick and simple!! Click here for online form. Simply type in your booktalk to send it to me for inclusion in the database!
The purpose of a booktalk is to "sell" the book. You want to give enough of the plot to interest the listeners but you are not giving a summary of the book. You don't want to give away the important parts of the book. You certainly never want to give away the ending. You want to highlight the interesting points. You may want to read certain passages to your listeners. The main purpose of a booktalk is to grab the audience's interest and make them want to read the book. It's always a good idea to end the booktalk with a cliffhanger. Booktalks are usually presented to groups of students.
The booktalker presents the booktalks orally and usually has the book as a visual prop. For tips on how to present a booktalk, see Booktalking Tips.
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