MOMS MEET WEBINAR
Ruth  Chamblee  Childrens  Books  Retail  Marketing      &  Mother  of  2  Fabulous  Kids  
Agenda  1. Welcome  to  our  leveled   beginner’s  reading  series  2. Introduction  to  National   Geograp...
Agenda  1. Welcome  to  our  leveled   beginner’s  reading  series  2. Introduction  to  National   Geograp...
WHY DID WE CREATENATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC READERS?
Na)onal  Geographic   Kids  Books  Leaders     in  Nonfic)on     Foster  your  child’s  love  o...
Photos,  Facts,  and  Fun!   ...
Topics  Kids  Love!  
Visual  S)mula)on  
Ac)ve  Engagement  
Leveled  Beginning  Readers   Developed in consultation with literacy experts, this nonfiction...
Us  versus  Them  
Us  versus  Them  
Us  versus  Them  
Us  versus  Them  
What  Educators  are  saying  about     Na)onal  Geographic  Readers    “National  Geograph...
As  seen  in  Learning  Magazine   NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SUPER READERS PROGRAM... What do you get when you comb...
The  Common  Core  State  Standards   “We  are  going  to  see  a  huge  increase  in  nonZiction   publi...
Na)onal  Geographic  Society   Founded  in  1888  to   “increase  and  diffuse	...
Na)onal  Geographic  and  Kiwi  Champions  for  the  Environment     The  more  kids  lea...
WHY DID WE CREATENATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SUPER READERS?
Goals:   Get  kids  SUPER  excited  about  reading!   Build  reading  frequency  and  stamina!   Encourage	...
Visit  our  website    www.nationalgeographic.comkids/superreader  
Download  Your  FREE  Poster  
Chart  Your  Progress   I READ 1 ...
Reward  Your  Effort  
Visit  our  Website  ORen!  www.nationalgeographic.comkids/superreader     Play  games...
QUESTIONS ?
Thank  You!  
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National Geographic Super Readers webinar

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  • 1. MOMS MEET WEBINAR
  • 2. Ruth  Chamblee  Childrens  Books  Retail  Marketing      &  Mother  of  2  Fabulous  Kids
  • 3. Agenda  1. Welcome  to  our  leveled   beginner’s  reading  series  2. Introduction  to  National   Geographic  Readers  program  3. Questions
  • 4. Agenda  1. Welcome  to  our  leveled   beginner’s  reading  series  2. Introduction  to  National   Geographic  Readers  program  3. Questions   FU N!
  • 5. WHY DID WE CREATENATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC READERS?
  • 6. Na)onal  Geographic   Kids  Books  Leaders     in  Nonfic)on     Foster  your  child’s  love  of   reading  through  stunning  photography,  amazing  facts,   dynamic  designs,  and   powerful  storytelling.
  • 7. Photos,  Facts,  and  Fun!   Q What’s it called when a moth cries? A moth-bawl! A Moths and butterflies look alike. Here’s how you can tell them apart. Butterfly Moth antennae are antennae slim to thin and have a point and look little knobs at end like feathers bodies are slender bodies are fat and furry can be brightly colored mostly fly at night mostly fly during usually brown, the day tan, or white Say an-TEN-ay 26 27NGR CaterpillerButterfly_Interior_REL_HY.indd 26 12/22/11 1:03 PM NGR CaterpillerButterfly_Interior_REL_HY.indd 27 12/22/11 1:03 PM NGS749-00_P026.pgs 12.22.2011 13:19 NGS749-00_P027.pgs 12.22.2011 13:18
  • 8. Topics  Kids  Love!
  • 9. Visual  S)mula)on
  • 10. Ac)ve  Engagement
  • 11. Leveled  Beginning  Readers   Developed in consultation with literacy experts, this nonfiction leveled reading series is trusted by teachers, librarians, and parents to deliver accurate information, stunning color photography, and high-interest topics in a fun and lively way that nurtures children’s love of reading. Fun, interactive and educational content in a stimulating, kid-friendly design. PRE-READER LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 READY TO READ: for kids who are ready STARTING TO READ: for kids who READING INDEPENDENTLY: for kids FLUENT READER: for kids who are to read. are beginning to read on their own. who are ready for longer sentences and more reading on their own with ease, and are complex vocabulary. New words are defined, ready for more challenging vocabulary 1 24 pages 1 32 pages but occasional adult help might be welcome. and varied sentence structures. 1 Simple, short sentences 1 Simple, short sentences 1 Bold text 1 Bold text 1 32 pages 1 32–48 pages 1 Pronunciation guide 1 Vocabulary and definitions 1 Complex sentences 1 Complex sentences 1 Photo-illustrated glossary 1 Challenging vocabulary 1 Challenging vocabulary 1 Activities and tips 1 Fascinating facts 1 Fascinating facts 1 Games and activities 1 Games and activities 1 Photo-illustrated glossary 1 Photo-illustrated glossary 1 Subject-related jokes 1 Annotated diagrams and mapsSuper Reader Brochure FINAL.indd 2-3 9/25/12 1:49 PM
  • 12. Us  versus  Them
  • 13. Us  versus  Them
  • 14. Us  versus  Them
  • 15. Us  versus  Them
  • 16. What  Educators  are  saying  about     Na)onal  Geographic  Readers    “National  Geographic  Readers  allow  you  to  feed  your  child’s  interests  and  create  readers  who  not  only  can  read,  but  also  want  to  read!”  —Miriam  Jean  Dreher,  Professor  of  Reading  Education,  University  of  Maryland        “The  National  Geographic  Series  is  outstanding…examples  of  what  engaging,  informative,  well-­‐written  informational  texts  should  look  like.    I  also  read  them  aloud  to  my  son,  who  loves  them!”  —Dr.  Jennifer  Gray,  Assistant  Professor,  Marymount  University
  • 17. As  seen  in  Learning  Magazine   NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SUPER READERS PROGRAM... What do you get when you combine a high-interest book series from a trusted source with fun-filled incentives to keep kids reading? NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SUPER READERS! Developed in consultation with literacy education experts, each National Geographic Reader is filled with cool information about topics kids love and big, colorful photographs, all in an easy-to-read, kid-friendly design. Pre-reader • Ready to read Level 1 • Starting to read A dinosaur’s teeth tell us what it ate. Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus were plant-eaters. They had dozens of chisel-like teeth. Their teeth were good for snipping tough branches. fossil of Diplodocus Brachiosaurus 20 20 (BRACK-ee-oh-SORE-us) 21 Level 2 • Reading independently Level 3 • Fluent reader “My pretty little cabin with Titanic had nine decks, or its electric heater and pink curtains delighted levels, with separate areas me. Its beautiful lace quilt, BOW: The front end for first-class, second-class, and pink cushions, and photographs all around— of a ship and third-class passengers. it all looked so homey.” STERN: The back —First-class passenger Lady end of a ship Duff Gordon HULL: The lowest part of a ship, Smokestack Wireless room partly covered with water Gym Crow’s nest Bow Pool Bridge Grand staircase Stern Second-class cabin First-class dining room Third-class cabin Hull Boiler room 10 11 MAKES READING SUPER FUN! With fun incentives to keep reading, an interactive web site, and fun characters to get to know, National Geographic Readers program has everything you need to get kids SUPER excited about reading. FREE! Circle Reader Action #58 to receive our Super Readers kit and create a fun classroom reading event! National Geographic Super Readers Kit includes a teaching guide a poster a book samples prizes such as badges and bookmarks Scan this code or log on kids.nationalgeographic.com/superreader to learn more about the program and see all the books in this series AVAILABLE FROM YOUR LIBRARY WHOLESALER.To order direct call toll-free 1-877-873-6846 or fax 1-515-699-3738.
  • 18. The  Common  Core  State  Standards   “We  are  going  to  see  a  huge  increase  in  nonZiction   publishing  for  the  school  market  with  the  adoption  of   the  Common  Core  Standards  across  the  nation.    Nearly   60%  of  the  reading  is  suggested  to  be  nonZiction.”    —School  Library  Journal
  • 19. Na)onal  Geographic  Society   Founded  in  1888  to   “increase  and  diffuse   geographic  knowledge,”   the  Society’s  mission  is     to  inspire  people  to  care   about  the  planet.
  • 20. Na)onal  Geographic  and  Kiwi  Champions  for  the  Environment     The  more  kids  learn,  the  more  they  care.
  • 21. WHY DID WE CREATENATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SUPER READERS?
  • 22. Goals:   Get  kids  SUPER  excited  about  reading!   Build  reading  frequency  and  stamina!   Encourage  kids  to  higher  reading  levels!   Empower  kids  to  learn  about  their  world!
  • 23. Visit  our  website    www.nationalgeographic.comkids/superreader
  • 24. Download  Your  FREE  Poster
  • 25. Chart  Your  Progress   I READ 1 U S PE E R R READ
  • 26. Reward  Your  Effort
  • 27. Visit  our  Website  ORen!  www.nationalgeographic.comkids/superreader     Play  games  and  ac-vi-es     Read  book  excerpts     Enter  contests      See  sneak  peaks  of      new  -tles
  • 28. QUESTIONS ?
  • 29. Thank  You!

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