We have a main Facebook group where all updated and information is posted and then there is a group for each level of book. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! The project was created by me, Pernille Ripp, in 2010 with a simple goal in mind; one book to connect the world. To see great ideas of what to do during the project, No, however, many many people share ideas on the Facebook or on Twitter. See more ideas about read aloud, reading, amy krouse rosenthal. That year, in September 2010, the very first Global Read Aloud book The Little Prince was read aloud to about 150 kids through 60 different facilitators and it was amazing. However, I also like to look at what else is going on during the project, so checking in on the Twitter hashtags, seeing what other people are sharing and such. If you are an author and want your book considered, To get more information about me, go to my professional blog here under, Follow The Global Read Aloud on WordPress.com. 2016 = 1,000,000 kids and I stopped counting. We have K through college participate starting in 2014. Here is a list of great tools I have used in the past. Now with millions of connections made between more than 80 countries, the GRA keeps growing. To see the past books that have been chosen, go here. The Facebook community can be used for anything as well, there is even a. Yup! Access to technology also helps for the connection part. You can see the winner list here and support The Global Read Aloud at the same time. William Bruce Wheeler received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in 1967. Here is a list of great tools I have used in the past. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. If you are using Kidblog or something that requires others to go to your site to connect with you, then make sure your site is open to the public so others can view it and comment. What should I post in my connections wanted post? I like to read them to make sure I am choosing the right book for my students, and I like to think about the discussions/projects/connections we will have. What tools should I use to connect with others? People use Twitter to share projects and also to participate in a slowchat that will happen for some of the books. Many, myself included, use the Facebook group throughout the year to find others to do projects with. If you would like to do a spin-off project, please first experience the Global Read Aloud, and then just reach out. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. Since 2012, the GRA has also been lucky enough to have some of the authors involved during the six weeks. is the 2019 Global Read Aloud picture book author. What are things you can do with your students? Please go here. In a moment of admiration, I turned to my husband, Brandon, and asked him why someone had not done that with kids and his reply was; “Why don’t you?”. Jason Reynolds makes an incredibly complex issue (that should be simple but isn't) accessible. Its stated goal is simple: one book to connect the world. Along with the “assigned” GRA books, we have also added in a nonfiction book about koalas (to help us understand Koala Lou), as well as two other Mem Fox stories. He has also written books on Tennessee history and the Tellico Dam. I like to have one solid connection for each of my classrooms and I like to have our ideas cemented before the project starts, that way I know for sure I am connected with someone. The thing that makes the Global Read Aloud truly incredible is the amazing books that have been the center of the project since its inception. It is the 10th year for the six-week event that fosters global connections through shared reading, from picture books … Every year so far, we have been able to do so, and I hope this year is no different. But there is no rule. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. All … In a moment of admiration, I turned to my husband, Brandon, and asked him why someone had not done that with kids and his reply was; “Why don’t you?” Just don’t read ahead. My students are excited to do GRA this year. To see how books are chosen, please read this blog post, To see the contenders, past and present, please go here Contenders. Once you have found the connections, please alert people that you have found them. Global Read Aloud was created in 2010 with a simple goal in mind; one book to connect the world. Which books have been chosen in the past? Technology makes that easier but you don’t have to use it if you can’t or do not want to. And that is why books like Stamped should be required reading, for young readers and adults alike. The Global Read Aloud was founded in 2010 by Pernille Ripp, a teacher, author, speaker, blogger, and mother. Some choose to simply read the book aloud to their class knowing that they are part of something bigger without connecting with others, others choose to go as big as possible. That the world needs to be protected and that we need to care for all people. Apr 25, 2019 - All things Global Read Aloud collected by the creator Pernille Ripp. People use WriteABout to create writing communities. So if you feel uncomfortable sharing first, read the discussion and jump in when you are comfortable. Writing with Sensory Words Writing with Sensory Words. The Global Read Aloud is October 1st - November 9th, 2018. (Think One Book One School or One Book One City, but on a global … Hopefully, the connections will continue. History classes reduce(d) racism to something of the past, something that existed only among small groups of hateful people. No, not at all, but you do want to read the book aloud to someone since that is the experience we are sharing. Find your comfort zone in this and make it work for you. Ah yes, and so my reading begins for 2019. Connecting your readers with authentic writing opportunities is an important part of the Global Read Aloud experience, which is why Write About is proud to sponsor student writing for GRA Classrooms!. 2010 = 150 kids In the fourth week, I am hoping we will work on chapters 14-possibly 18 so that we will only need to extend the Global Read Aloud project for one extra week and end on Nov. 1st. Teachers get a community of other educators to do a global project with, hopefully inspiring them to continue these connections through the year. Who knows where this project will go, but one thing is for sure; we are connecting the world through a book every single year. Pernille Ripp is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. To read more about the history of the GRA and the books that have been used, please go here. ), we started the Global Read Aloud this week, and have loved beginning our study of Australian culture and Mem Fox’s books. Being a massive Neil Gaiman fan, I immediately turned up the dial when his name was mentioned and was enthralled with the report of the One Book – One Twitter project happening that summer. To see Katherine’s final Q&A vide… People use WriteABout to create writing communities. The premise is simple; we pick a book to read aloud to our students during a set 6-week period and during that time we try to make as many global connections as possible. Over the course of six weeks, participants read the same books, using tools like Twitter, Facebook Groups, Skype, Flipgrid, Padlet and more to connect to other classrooms in their grade level around the world. The Global Read Aloud is a project conceived by teacher and author Pernille Ripp. During that time teachers try to make as many global connections as possible. This has only elevated the project to a new level of connectivity 2010: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery 2011: Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown 2012: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate 1. That way people can respond with similar dreams. The book and time to read aloud. Before you create something for your own students, please reach out to me first, the name “Global Read Aloud” is trademarked. WRITE ABOUT. You can find people in two places typically, Twitter using the hashtag #GRA+the year (Example for 2019 = #GRA19) or on Facebook. Oct 4, 2017 - Explore Mae Valenzuela's board "Global read aloud" on Pinterest. I had no plan, I had few answers, but I had an idea and sometimes that is all it takes. Which books will connect the world next year? Whichever book you decide to participate in is truly up to you. Your students will be engaged writing about the books...and beyond! It continues to be a free project, where the only thing you need is the book and some way to connect with others. In it's first 6 years, the program grew from 150 participants to over 1 million in over 80 countries! And the Early Reader Author is Angela Dominguez, who is new to me, which is part of what this global connection is all about - finding books & authors new to you & outside the place or culture in which you or your students/family/friends, formed. Global collaboration is necessary to show students that they are part of something bigger than them. Also, please reach out to all people that respond to your post, even if it is to say you have found someone already. Some people like to have several connections ready in case one doesn’t work out. You decide. Sometimes incredible books are written by incredible authors that lead very busy lives, and that is okay too. As the 9th annual Global Read Aloud wrapped up, I received the following letter from Aisha Saeed, the author of Amal Unbound. To see past and current contenders, go here. He has also written books on Tennessee history and the Tellico Dam. So I did. Reflections over Global Read Aloud Reflections over Global Read Aloud. Please, The GRA Home handout:  Meant to be sent home with students to explain what the Global Read Aloud is. You can show them pictures of kids in other countries but why not have them speak to each other? That the world needs to be protected and that we need to care for all people. To see how books are chosen, please read this, Since headquarters is just me and my ideas, there is no way for me to purchase the books for you. Either through the contact form or email me at p@globalreadaloud.com. How many connections should I be looking for? If you post a connections wanted post, please make sure people have a way to get in touch with you such as email or Twitter handle. I am sorry. He is co-author of DISCOVERING THE GLOBAL PAST (2012), DISCOVERING THE AMERICAN PAST (2012), and DISCOVERING THE WESTERN PAST (2008). Then the caring can begin. The Global Read Aloud was founded in 2010 with the goal of having one book to connect the world. 2015 = 573,000 kids Yes! Please consider ordering the books from Bookshop.org– an independent bookstore that partners with local independent bookstores to sell books. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! to  be a participant. Discovering the Global Past, Volume I book. The program encourages children to have fun and enjoy reading. Here at the Global Read Aloud, I know that it is all about the books. Read the books, share the books, and get ready for another opportunity to make the world smaller. The 2017 Global Read Aloud kicked off yesterday, and I’m here to help. If you respond to connection wanted post, make sure you describe your classroom and give them a way to contact you. To see more about some tech tools, Shirts and other merchandise are sold here. 2016 = 1,000,000 kids and I stopped counting. Hopefully, the connections will continue. Five picture books by Yuyi Morales and more titles named as the 2019 Global Read Aloud choices. Global collaboration is necessary to show students that they are part of something bigger than them. Please. The premise is simple; we pick a book to read aloud to our students during a set 6-week period and during that time we try to make as many global connections as possible. The Global Read continues to grow because of the incredible people that participate and the amazing books that authors create. Then the caring can begin. Please go here. Eleven years ago, I started the Global Read Aloud (GRA) on little more than an idea and a hope: that perhaps through a shared read aloud we could create pathways around the world, expanding our knowledge, shrinking our otherization, growing our curiosity, and diminishing hate. The minute books are selected for the year, I start my search for the next year’s amazing books. Weekly breakdowns are posted before the kick-off date so that everyone knows what to read up to. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. At Global Read Aloud, The Global Read Aloud is free, it always has been, and always will be. Its stated goal is simple: one book to connect the world. To see this year’s books and order them, please, The GRA FAQ handout:  Meant for handing out to teachers and others that will participate in the project. Once you have signed up, make sure to check the Google Group – this group is my way of communicating important information to all participants no matter how they choose to connect. WRITE ABOUT. The book … No, you should connect in some ways. See this great post from Anna Davidson for ideas of what you can do as a teacher. A few days later a blog post was written inviting people to join some sort of a read aloud using some sort of tools to connect kids through a book. Now with millions of connections made between more than 80 countries, the GRA keeps growing. The Global Read Aloud FAQ. I do not shut down the Facebook or Edmodo groups, nor do I lock them down. See more ideas about read aloud, reading, author studies. The Facebook community can be used for anything as well, there is even a GRA Alumni group if you want to join that. The sky is the limit. Up to you. You can sign up on our Google Form to  be a participant. Her goal was to use one book to connect the world. Below are a few mom favorites for anyone looking to pick up a book and cozy up with their big kids for storytime tonight: The Mighty Miss Malone. Since 2012, the GRA has also been lucky enough to have some of the authors involved during the six weeks. Which books have been chosen in the past? Each year, educators choose from a list of preselected books or series of books to read aloud to students. The sky is the limit. Some people choose to connect with just one class, while others go for as many as possible. You can share as much with the world as you feel comfortable doing or as little. Don’t dismiss the project because the books may seem too easy, it is about the connections you make. William Bruce Wheeler received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in 1967. Shirts and other merchandise are sold here. If you are an author and want to submit your own book, go here. Don’t worry if you get behind (I do every year!). Once you have signed up, make sure to check the Google Group – this group is my way of communicating important information to all participants no matter how they choose to connect. I quickly learned that #GRA18 was the hashtag for the 2018 version of the Global Read Aloud. Since headquarters is just me and my ideas, there is no way for me to purchase the books for you. People use Kidblog to have students write about the books and then have others comment. The GRA Home handout:  Meant to be sent home with students to explain what the Global Read Aloud is. It is also trademarked, which means no one has permission to use the name to sell products except for me. I am so thrilled to read this book with others. I take books very seriously and finding the books for the GRA is something I hold very dear. To get more information about me, go to my professional blog here under My Story, To contact me, please email me  at p@globalreadaloud.com. So please do get the books ordered on your own. You can post anything else that you think is helpful as well. How phenomenal for a child to know that the same book they are reading is being read in classrooms across the globe. Aug 15, 2018 - Explore Rebecca Zach's board "global read aloud", followed by 146 people on Pinterest. where I try to share as much stuff as I can. The 2019 Global Read Aloud (GRA) selections were announced this week. I do not shut down the Facebook or Edmodo groups, nor do I lock them down. We read the book aloud as the read aloud time for the day and it reinforced the skills being taught in the workshop that dealt with social issues. All that matters is that you connect with someone. Yes, there are spin-off projects such as New Zealand Read Aloud, French Read Aloud, and French Immersion Global Read Aloud. People use Kidblog to have students write about the books and then have others comment. If you want to know more about the process, go here. Many conversations have been had, books have been test read aloud, and while a few are the books chosen by the most votes, some are not. It enhanced our read aloud experience and modeled for students how to draw upon a variety of resources and experiences in order to become more knowledgable and responsible citizens. It made me think of how grateful I am for this project, for the people who believe in it, and for the movement it has created around the world. Picking our books for the Global Read Aloud is never easy, in fact, I think it gets harder every year since we try to match the incredible experience from the year before. I had no plan, I had few answers, but I had an idea and sometimes that is all it takes. If you have an idea for a tool to use please share it with others, this is how the project becomes so awesome! A few days later a blog post was written inviting people to join some sort of a read aloud using some sort of tools to connect kids through a book. Each year new books are chosen and read aloud to students during a set 6-week period. Great ideas are shared here from many of the amazing educators that are a part of it. That year, in September 2010, the very first Global Read Aloud book The Little Prince was read aloud to about 150 kids through 60 different facilitators and it was amazing. Again, up to you. The Global Read Aloud was born due to Neil Gaiman and lazy summer night’s ride in the car listening to NPR. Some do and some don’t. My favorite book is another one by Roald Dahl called Matilda. I also have. I am sorry. We have our Twitter hashtag for sharing as well as our Facebook page, but people find they share best wherever they feel most comfortable. Every year, since Katherine Applegate chose to get involved, I reach out to the authors’ whose books are chosen and ask if they have time. Global Read Aloud. Before you create something for your own students, please reach out to me first, the name “Global Read Aloud” is trademarked. To read more about the history of the GRA and the books that have been used, please go here. I see people use Skype for discussion calls or to guest read aloud. My name is Mrs. Campbell and I teach 3rd grade in Fullerton, California. The scope and depth of the project are up to you. One Book to Connect the World. In 2010, while listening to NPR, the idea of the Global Read Aloud began. We also hit so many listening and speaking goals by connecting through Flip Grid and Google Hangouts with a global audience for both. Many use Padlet to share surveys, students work or other things they create. 2011 = 6,000 kids Picking our books for the Global Read Aloud is never easy, in fact, I think it gets harder every year since we try to … To see this year’s books and order them, please check the blog. Author and educator Pernille Ripp founded the program as a way to connect students and teachers from different locales around the topics of books. Read the details in the pictures as you read week three's Global Read Aloud 2017 #GRA17 book pick, Whoever You Are by Mem Fox, to develop an understanding of the theme. On Monday, we’ll read chapter 14 after we review the main characters, setting, problem, potential solution, and … May 1, 2016 - Explore Jennifer Evans's board "Global Read Aloud" on Pinterest. We have a picture book study for our youngest students and then other books to choose from. In celebration of reading books aloud, here is my read aloud of my book Just A Minute. If you are an author and want your book considered, please go here. The Global Read Aloud was an excellent learning opportunity. To see the past books that have been chosen, Follow The Global Read Aloud on WordPress.com. So please do get the books ordered on your own. What matters is that we have the amazing books to read aloud and share. If you are an author and want to submit your own book. Students teach about things that are unique to their community to deepen their connection with their GRA buddy class(es). Global Reading Challenge Books 2019 The Global Reading Challenge is a Battle of the Books program for 4th and 5th graders enrolled in Seattle Public Schools. From its humble beginnings, the GRA has grown to make a truly global connection with milllions of students… Being a massive Neil Gaiman fan, I immediately turned up the dial when his name was mentioned and was enthralled with the report of the One Book – One Twitter project happening that summer. 2014 = 308,000 kids Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Read Aloud America, a nonprofit, puts out an annual list of great books to read aloud to kids of all ages. Can I make shirts or other things for my students to show we participated? 12K likes. Each participant decides how much time they would like to dedicate and how involved they would like to be. But that simply isn't the case. Group Ideas. If you are a reader and want to submit an idea for a book, fill out this form. Are there other projects like the Global Read Aloud? People use Twitter to share projects and also to participate in a slowchat that will happen for some of the books. by Christopher Paul … To join our Facebook Community, go here The project was created in 2010 with a simple goal in mind; one book to connect the world. Who is behind the Global Read Aloud: In 2010, while listening to NPR, the idea of the Global Read Aloud began. So maybe your grandchildren would like to be part of this or another group of kids. Anything that you have access to. So please continue to use the space to do projects and share ideas. You know your kids/students and whether the book is suitable for them. I’m an Author and would like my book considered. Pernille Ripp is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. You can also decide with your connection(s) to try something completely different. Anywhere you want. In celebration of reading books aloud, here is my read aloud of my book Just A Minute. Please join us. I am incredibly grateful to the authors that take the time to be a part of the project as it enriches the experience tenfold for participants, but I do not pick books based on that criterion alone. One Book To Connect The World – Read, comment and publish your own writing with students and teachers who are participating in #GRA18! This is meant to make the world a little smaller, to open our eyes to the rest of the world and look at all of our shared experiences. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Since then the project has grown organically through the passion people that participate. It’s going to be amazing! You can join one or all of them and use it to share resources and share connections. 2012 = 30,000 kids While I do not generally facilitate connections, please contact me if you are having problems finding someone to connect with. . The thing that makes the Global Read Aloud truly incredible is the amazing books that have been the center of the project since its inception. This has only elevated the project to a new level of connectivity, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo, One for the Murphy’s by Lynda Mullaly Hunt, Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina, All American Boys by Brendan Kiely and Jason Reynolds. Use Facebook or the hashtag on Twitter to find others, or any other way you choose. . Do I have to be a teacher to participate? 2013 = 144,000 kids The minute books are selected for the year, I start my search for the next year’s amazing books. 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