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Read for the World Record!

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Read for the World Record!

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  1. Read for the World Record!

  2. Remember - The top 20 schools make it in…

  3. The 2011 Scholastic Book of WORLD RECORDS !!!

  4. Shhhhhh……

  5. A little birdie hinted that…

  6. If we keep on pace…

  7. With numbers from late July…

  8. Then WE will make it…

  9. Into the 2011 Scholastic Book of WORLD RECORDS !!!

  10. Top School for 2010:Sunset Palms Elementary

  11. Paine Primary’s Read for the World Record Status Report • Current Number of Minutes*: 217,546 minutes • Current difference between 2009 Sunset Palms and Paine: 494,613 minutes • Number of School Days Left in RFWR: 11 Days • Total # of Days Left in RFWR: 15 Days *Total minutes are as of Sunday, August 15th.

  12. Reading Survey Results: • Average number of minutes read in classroom: 34.2 minutes/day in Classroom • Average number of days reading is assigned as homework: Assigned 3.8 days/week • Average number of reading homework minutes deemed reasonable for our students: 14.3 minutes/night is reasonable

  13. Our Plan… 4-Way Punch! • Video tomorrow AM • Homework: • Tues. Homework: New Students Sign-up • For each of 15 Days Left: Reading/Reporting Minutes Homework (Easy or Full) • Non-computer students to library in AM…

  14. Our Plan… 4-Way Punch! • In Class: • Create Class Account • Make Daily Goal – 30 minutes (or more?) • Daily Reporting* ( # Min. x # Students ) • “Read for the World Record in Your PJs” • Saturday, August 21st • 6:30 – 7:30 PM • in the Amphitheater • *Can only report 90 min/day. Use older dates…

  15. Our Plan’s Outcome? • Homework: 15 minutes x 15 nights x 700 students = 157,500 minutes… • PLUS Classroom: 30 minutes x 11 days x 900 students = 297,000 minutes… • PLUS Read in PJs: 60 minutes x 50 (?) students = 3,000 minutes… • Gives us a total of 674,546 minutes!! WOW - NOT TOO SHABBY!!!

  16. We Can Do It!