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Welcome! This wiki is sponsored by School Library Media Services (SLMS) in the Office of eLearning, Division of Standards and Learning, at the South Carolina Department of Education. You will find resources here to facilitate literacy development across the curriculum. 

 

 

 


calendar clipartMonthly Reading Calendars

The Office of eLearning publishes monthly reading activities calendars for K-12 students. Please share this link and the calendars with students, parents, teachers, library media specialists, and others who may find these calendars helpful in encouraging young people to read for recreation and for information.

 

2010-2011 Monthly Reading Calendars

Elementary (Grades K-5) Calendars

  

September 2010

October 2010 November 2010
December 2010 January 2011 February 2011
March 2011 April 2011 May 2011
June 2011 July 2011 August 2011

October Reading Logs 

November Reading Logs

December Reading Logs

January 2011 Reading Logs

February 2011 Reading Logs

March 2011 Reading Logs

 

2009-2010 Monthly Reading Calendars

Elementary (Grades K-5) Calendars

September 2009

October 2009 November 2009
December 2009 January 2010 February 2010
March 2010 April 2010 May 2010
June 2010 July 2010 August 2010

Summer Word Search

Applesauce Cinnamon Ornaments Recipe

Making a Time Capsule

December Reading Log Bookmarks

Memory Book Directions

February Reading Log Bookmarks

March Reading Log Bookmarks

May Reading Log Bookmarks

June Reading Log Bookmarks (No Book Left Unread promotion)

July Reading Log Bookmarks (No Book Left Unread promotion)

August Reading Log Bookmarks (No Book Left Unread promotion)

 


2010-11 Monthly Reading Calendars

Secondary (Grades 6-12) Calendars

September 2010  October 2010  November 2010 
December 2010 January 2011 February 2011
March 2011 April 2011 May 2011
June 2011 July 2011 August 2011

 

 

2009-2010 Monthly Reading Calendars

Secondary (Grades 6-12) Calendars

September 2009 

October 2009 November 2009
December 2009 January 2010 February 2010
March 2010 April 2010 May 2010
June 2010 July 2010 August 2010

September Trivia Answers

October Trivia Answers

November Trivia Answers

December Trivia Answers

Memory Book Directions

June Trivia Answers


NBLU 2010 Summer Reading Program

 

Sponsored by

The South Carolina Department of Education

Follett Library Resources

Mackin Educational Resources

The Reading Warehouse

The South Carolina Association of School Librarians

 

The purpose of No Book Left Unread is to encourage students to engage in self-selected reading to learn the fun, recreation, and pure enjoyment that reading gives.

 

CONGRATULATIONS

TO THE 2010 NBLU

READER LEADERS

 Total Minutes read: 28,059,748  (467,662.5 hours) 

  

Reader Leader Schools:

Enrollment 750 or less:

  • Elementary:         Dacusville Elementary (Pickens County): 597,436 minutes
  • Middle:                Southeast Middle (Richland 1): 748,820 minutes
  • High:                   Liberty High (Pickens): 464,157 minutes

Enrollment of 751 or greater: 

  • Elementary:         Midway Elementary (Anderson 5): 317,559 minutes
  • Middle:                Thomas Cario Middle (Charleston): 729,745 minutes
  • High:                   Westside High (Anderson 5): 3,324,598 minutes

Reader Leader School with other grade bands:

  • Mabry Middle School (grades 7-8; Spartanburg 1): 1,105,239 minutes 

 

Reader Leader Students:

Enrollment 750 or less:

  • Elementary:         Olivia Goodwin: 51,319 minutes
  • Middle:                Sierra Howard: 84,750 minutes
  • High:                   Trey Garrison: 68,462 minutes

Enrollment 751 or more:

  • Elementary:         Jordan Hollie: 19,890 minutes
  • Middle:                Gregory Crouch: 49,460 minutes
  • High:                   Calvin Ruinard: 57,600 minutes

 

Reader Leader Faculty/Staff Members:

Schools with Enrollment 750 or less:

  • Elementary:         Alisha Russell (Estill Elementary School, Hampton 2): 30,915 minutes
  • Middle:                Brandi Simmons (Mabry Middle School, Spartanburg 1): 30,306 minutes
  • High:                   Christina Davis (Hunter-Kinard-Tyler School, Orangeburg 4): 80,550 minutes

Schools with Enrollment 751 or more:

  • Elementary:         Linda Retske (Chapin Elementary School, Lexington 5): 16,005 minutes
  • Middle:                 Malura Shady (Lakeside Middle School, Anderson 5): 47,160 minutes
  • High:                    Ellen Carsch (North Myrtle Beach High School, Horry): 44,898 minutes

 

Schools with greatest percentage of students participating: 

  • Elementary:              Midway Elementary (Anderson 5): 40% 
  • Middle:                     Thomas Cario Middle (Charleston ): 95% 
  • High:                        Liberty High (Pickens): 35% 
  • Other Grade Bands:   Charles Pinckney Elementary (grades 3-5, Charleston): 48%    


Sample Reader Interest Surveys 

Grades PreK-3

Grades 4-12


Suggested Reading Listsclipart of owl reading a book

These suggested reading lists are updated annually and the new lists published in January. For inclusion on any of the lists (except the Book Series lists), a book must have been published within five years from the current calendar date and must have at least two favorable reviews from a notable review source. Send suggestions for considerations to malewine@ed.sc.gov

 

2008 Suggested Reading Lists 

100 Suggested Titles for Elementary Students (2008)

100 Suggested Titles for Middle School Students (2008)

100 Suggested Titles for High School Students (2008)  

Suggested Professional Reading List (2008)

 

2009 Suggested Reading Lists

100 Suggested Picture Books

100 Suggested Titles for Elementary Students

100 Suggested Titles for Middle School Students

100 Suggested Titles for High School Students

 

50 Suggested Titles for Adult Recreational Reading

 

2010 Suggested Reading Lists

100 Suggested Picture Books

100 Titles for Elementary School Students

100 Suggested Titles for Middle School Students

100 Suggested Titles for High School Students

50 Suggested Titles for Adult Recreational Reading

 


Standards

South Carolina Standards for School Library Resource Collections

Alignment of SC ELA Content Standards and Information-Media-Technology Literacy Skills


Other Literacy Resources and Activities


Information-Media-Technology Literacy 

 

Resources to facilitate 21st Century teaching and learning to help students learn and master information-media-technology literacy are available online at http://icts-sc.pbworks.com. New resources and links are added regularly so you are encouraged to bookmark the site and visit often.

 

Questions? Click here to get help.



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