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Marilyn Dippell and Kathy St. John: Read Santa Clara's Adult New Reader Books - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia Thomas Glennon
03:57
Hello Everyone
Diana Rangl
06:38
Classroom setting
Dorothea Steinke
07:10
Reaction buttons are at the bottom of the screen.
Kim Caylor
07:57
I don't have those option. I only have a raise hand. I
Dorothea Steinke
13:12
Handouts can be reached from this link: literacycolorado.org > Vounteering > Upcoming Events
Dorothea Steinke
13:40
Scroll down to Training Handouts; takes you to documents in a Google drive
Amanda Savasky
16:30
Helping Out
Marggi Seymour
16:36
Being a good neighbor
Karen Littlefield
16:37
kindness
Peter DeBlois
16:43
to the rescue
KTrevino
16:45
Helping others
margaret jacobson
16:46
May I Help You?
Peter DeBlois
17:02
first date
Amy Van Vranken
31:46
Yes
Karen Littlefield
32:14
with a photo of a person, make up a story about the person
KTrevino
33:28
I have too
Amanda Savasky
34:06
Yes - used photos as introductions to get conversations started. Have used “The Big Picture” from Boston Globe
Amy Van Vranken
34:11
In an earlier session today, we learned about a site that has interesting pictures accompanied by great discussion questions. https://www.onceuponapicture.co.uk
margaret jacobson
34:13
I used a beginner's bible with pictures. The student was already familiar with the stories.
Amanda Savasky
39:59
These are really great! I love that they’re written by tutors and students : )
Marggi Seymour
40:28
how much are they on Mixbook?
Diana Rangl
42:04
Awesome books! You have done such a great job!
KTrevino
44:15
Great job! Are there accompanying coloring pages to allow parents an activity to work with younger kids?
Amy Van Vranken
48:39
Just went to the site and Mixbooks is currently having a 40% off sale that ends March 1.
KTrevino
50:47
Can we use Interlibrary loans to access the books in Colorado?
Julia Thomas Glennon
52:00
WorldCat might be able to help with this
Amy Van Vranken
52:29
If the books aren't in library circulation they won't show up in WorldCat
Amy Van Vranken
53:30
WorldCat a worldwide interlibrary loan system
Amy Van Vranken
55:05
Dorothea, will that be a permanent link for the handouts?
KTrevino
55:14
Do you suggest we ask our libraries to purchase sets off of Mixbooks?
KTrevino
55:39
of books, not off books
Amanda Savasky
57:10
(Here’s the link to all handouts from today’s training: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1c1561DQFIaBBWc4WmMFR4h5HOK9v_4jM )
Julia Thomas Glennon
01:04:29
There is a series of short stories by Johnny Bread - Easy Reading for ESL Students, Starter 1. Might be interesting to look at
Julia Thomas Glennon
01:06:51
Thriftbooks.com
Karen Littlefield
01:08:14
Thanks for creating a great resource!
Amanda Savasky
01:08:25
Thank you so much!!
Marggi Seymour
01:08:31
Thank you so much, very interesting and helpful!
Amy Van Vranken
01:08:35
This was great! Thanks so much!
KTrevino
01:08:39
Thank you so much! Good luck in grant!
Julia Thomas Glennon
01:08:45
Thank you so much - very interesting and useful
Peter DeBlois
01:08:51
Muchas gracias!
K Samuel Bibombe
01:08:51
Thank you so much!