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<h3>Getting Started</h3>
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<li>[http://www.odl.state.ok.us/vision/youth.pdf ODL Youth Services Guidelines]
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<li>[http://www.ala.org/yalsa/sites/ala.org.yalsa/files/content/TeenProgramingGuidelines_2015_FINAL.pdf Teen Programming Guidelines]
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<li>[http://www.search-institute.org/content/40-developmental-assets-adolescents-ages-12-18 Search Institute 40 Developmental Assets]: for adolescents ages 12-18
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/teen-services-101/ Teen Services 101]: SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/category/things-i-never-learned-in-library-school/ Things I Never Learned in Library School]: SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
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<li>[https://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/images/0/05/Zoom_Guidelines_for_Teens.pdf Virtual Teen Interactive Program Policies] from Salt Lake City Public Library System
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<h3>Book Club Ideas</h3>
 
<h3>Book Club Ideas</h3>
 
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<li>Read Harder Challenge 2016: A suggested list themes that bookclub can read. Everyone reads a book, graphic novel, poetry of their choice based on the the them. You may wish to give them a few suggestions and then let them select themes. This document is what Oklahoma Public Librarians are reading for 2016. [http://cyawiki.oklibraries.org/~libshare/cya/wiki/images/6/69/OK_CYA_Read_Harder_2016.pdf OK CYA Read Harder Challenge]
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<li>Book club kits - upper elementary, middle school and teens - search "book discussion kits"- can expand the program to include make-and-take crafts, presentations, self-made movies or commercials or posters - partner with your local school - [http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/langarts/reading/bookrepts1.html Teach Net]
 
<li>Book club kits - upper elementary, middle school and teens - search "book discussion kits"- can expand the program to include make-and-take crafts, presentations, self-made movies or commercials or posters - partner with your local school - [http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/langarts/reading/bookrepts1.html Teach Net]
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<li>[http://www.ala.org/programming/onebook One Book Program for Teens]
 
<li>[http://www.ala.org/programming/onebook One Book Program for Teens]
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<li>Big Read for Upper Elementary, Tweens, or Teens - [http://www.neabigread.org/ NEA Big Read]  
 
<li>Big Read for Upper Elementary, Tweens, or Teens - [http://www.neabigread.org/ NEA Big Read]  
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<li>Literary Contests - [http://www.kclibrary.org/blog/kc-unbound/booketology-2013-harry-potter-takes-championship Kansas City Library Harry Potter Championship]
 
<li>Literary Contests - [http://www.kclibrary.org/blog/kc-unbound/booketology-2013-harry-potter-takes-championship Kansas City Library Harry Potter Championship]
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<li> [http://www.retreatbyrandomhouse.ca/2014/01/reading-bingo-challenge-2014/ Reading Bingo]
 
<li> [http://www.retreatbyrandomhouse.ca/2014/01/reading-bingo-challenge-2014/ Reading Bingo]
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<li>[Your Library] Book Cannon - most treasured books of all time as decided by upper elementary, middle school and teens. They read and vote to build the canon. The canon represents the best children's books for [your library's] young people.
 
<li>[Your Library] Book Cannon - most treasured books of all time as decided by upper elementary, middle school and teens. They read and vote to build the canon. The canon represents the best children's books for [your library's] young people.
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<li>[Your Library] Bejeweled Books - author visit, books purchased for giveaway, reading and deciding which book to treasure of the visiting author - - each year an author's work is selected and honored. The selection committee can comprise of local children's organizations, business partners and parents, [http://ww2.tulsalibrary.org/parents/bookstotreasure.php Tulsa City County Library System Books to Treasure]
 
<li>[Your Library] Bejeweled Books - author visit, books purchased for giveaway, reading and deciding which book to treasure of the visiting author - - each year an author's work is selected and honored. The selection committee can comprise of local children's organizations, business partners and parents, [http://ww2.tulsalibrary.org/parents/bookstotreasure.php Tulsa City County Library System Books to Treasure]
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<li>Mock National Book Award - Sequoyah, Caldecott, Newbery, Quick Picks, Printz, Morris - you purchase the books and the children read and vote. If you can, invite your winning author to visit.
 
<li>Mock National Book Award - Sequoyah, Caldecott, Newbery, Quick Picks, Printz, Morris - you purchase the books and the children read and vote. If you can, invite your winning author to visit.
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<li>Writing program/camp - for upper elementary, middle school and high school - invite author's to visit, purchase supplies. Oklahoma has a wealth of talented children's author's and illustrators.
 
<li>Writing program/camp - for upper elementary, middle school and high school - invite author's to visit, purchase supplies. Oklahoma has a wealth of talented children's author's and illustrators.
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<li>Diversity collection- We Need Diverse Books- build your collection and promote - [http://www.ala.org/alsc/2014-d%C3%AD-booklist ALA Booklist]
 
<li>Diversity collection- We Need Diverse Books- build your collection and promote - [http://www.ala.org/alsc/2014-d%C3%AD-booklist ALA Booklist]
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<li>Graphic Novel collection - build your collection; promote; start a GN/Manga reading club - [http://www.ala.org/alsc/graphicnovels2013 ALSC Graphic Novels 2013]
 
<li>Graphic Novel collection - build your collection; promote; start a GN/Manga reading club - [http://www.ala.org/alsc/graphicnovels2013 ALSC Graphic Novels 2013]
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<li>[http://www.ala.org/alsc/booklists ALSC's Book Lists] for collection building
 
<li>[http://www.ala.org/alsc/booklists ALSC's Book Lists] for collection building
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<h3>Book Lists</h3>
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<li>[http://www.phillyvoice.com/11-year-old-jersey-girl-launches-1000blackgirlbooks-book-drive/ "11-year-old Jersey Girl Launches #1000BlackGirlBooks Donation Fund Drive"] by Brandon Baker, Philly Voice, January 19, 2016. You can find a list of some of the donated books here: [http://stackedbooks.org/2016/02/1000blackgirlbooks-donation-fund-drive-book-list.html 1,000 Black Girl Books] by Stacked Books by Kelly Jensen. A full resource guide is here, [http://grassrootscommunityfoundation.org/1000-black-girl-books-resource-guide/ Grassroots Community Foundation].
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<li>This is a list of titles purchased for the three OK Juvenile Centers. Titles range from picture book to adult books with teen appeal. Each title is multiple by three so that all three centers received the same titles and it multiplies the title costs. Some titles are repeated in Playaway format and in Spanish when available. [http://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/images/1/1f/OK_Juvenile_Centers_Collection_Development_2016.pdf OK Juvenile Centers Collection Development].
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<li>This is a list of resources I used to find and select titles for the Juvenile Centers. There are more resources available everywhere. Juveniles entering the centers reading levels have a wide range and it was a goal to ensure everyone had something to read and that it reflected themselves. For my final list I referred to either Amazon, if I was just tooling around on the web or Brodart  (our book jobber) to read reviews from established book review journals (Kirkus, School Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, Horn Book, BCCB, etc.) This by no means is an exhaustive list of what's available and I encourage you to find your favorites. [http://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/images/6/62/Collection_Building_Resource_List.pdf Collection Building Resource List].
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<li>[https://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/images/7/7c/Anti-Racism_Reading_Lists_and_Resources.pdf Anti-Racism Reading Lists and Resources]Compiled by Adrienne Butler, updated June 4, 2020
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<li> [https://libraries.vermont.gov/sites/libraries/files/Booklists%20and%20Resources%20Addressing%20Race%20and%20Social%20Justice%20-%20Compiled%20by%20Vermont%20Department%20of%20Libraries.pdf Booklists and Resources Addressing Race and Social Justice] Compiled by Jonathan Clark,State Library Consultant, Children and Teen Services, Vermont Department of Libraries, updated June 4, 2020
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<p>[https://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/index.php?title=Youth_and_Traumatic_Events Resources to assist youth with traumatic events]
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<h3>Programs</h3>
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<li>[http://wikis.ala.org/yalsa/index.php/Calendar_of_Teen_Programming_Ideas Calendar of Teen Programming Ideas]: a wiki of ideas from YALSA
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<li>[http://wikis.ala.org/yalsa/index.php/Maker_%26_DIY_Programs Maker & DIY Programs]
  
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/tpib-programs/ Teen Programs in a Box]: from SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
  
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/middle-grade-mondays/ Middle Grade Mondays]: from SLJ Teen Librarian Toolbox
  
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<li>[http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2013/11/the-pop-upmobile-makerspace-moment/ Makerspace at Your Library]
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<li>[https://www.pinterest.com/heather_booth/teen-programming-in-libraries-a-collaborative-boar/ Pinterest Teen Programming in Libraries: A Collaborative Board]
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<li>[http://wiki.cya.oklibshare.org/images/e/e6/Visual_journaling.pdf Visual Journaling] by Nancy Van Winkle of Nomadic Roots in Anadarko, OK. You can reach her here, nanwinkle76@yahoo.com (posted with permission)
  
 
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<h3>Reading</h3>
 
<h3>Reading</h3>
[bookriot.com/2015/01/04/7-novels-read-love-batman-2|7 Novels to Read If You Love Batman] from Book Riot
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[http://bookriot.com/2015/01/04/7-novels-read-love-batman-2 7 Novels to Read If You Love Batman] from Book Riot
  
 
<h3>Resources</h3>
 
<h3>Resources</h3>
 
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<li>[http://www.businessinsider.com/what-teens-are-like-in-2016-2016-1 "What Teens Are Like in 2016"] by Maya Kosoff, Business Insider, 2016
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<li>[https://medium.com/backchannel/a-teenagers-view-on-social-media-1df945c09ac6 A Teenagers View On Social Media Written By An Actual Teen]
 
<li>[https://medium.com/backchannel/a-teenagers-view-on-social-media-1df945c09ac6 A Teenagers View On Social Media Written By An Actual Teen]
  
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<h3>Teen Passive Programs</h3>
 
<h3>Teen Passive Programs</h3>
<p>Presented at 2013 Oklahoma Library Association</p>
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<p>PowerPoint presentation [http://cya.oklibshare.org/~libshare/cya/wiki/images/teens/tpassiveprogs.pdf Teen Passive Programs] [PDF] - this program was originally presented at 2012 ALA by Kelly Jensen and Jackie Parker</p>
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<li>Presented at 2013 Oklahoma Library Association
<p>Jensen's and Parker's [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OBGwr9qm39WZ8s-l9tTNB5uNbQTC-Cel_G43X53RNq8/edit?pli=1 List of Passive Program Ideas] [Google Docs]</p>
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<li>PowerPoint presentation [http://cyawiki.oklibraries.org/~libshare/cya/wiki/images/teens/tpassiveprogs.pdf Teen Passive Programs] [PDF] - this program was originally presented at 2012 ALA by Kelly Jensen and Jackie Parker
<p>Pinterest - [http://pinterest.com/foxtopmarsala/teen-passive-programming/ Passive Programming Ideas]</p>
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<p>Hank Green's [http://nerdfighteria.info/search/5018/1 Nerdfighteria Jokes]</p>
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<li>Jensen's and Parker's [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OBGwr9qm39WZ8s-l9tTNB5uNbQTC-Cel_G43X53RNq8/edit?pli=1 List of Passive Program Ideas] [Google Docs]
<p>Heather Everett, Lawton Public Library, [http://cya.oklibshare.org/~libshare/cya/wiki/images/teens/sockgame.doc Sock Game][DOC]</p>
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<p>Search Institute's [http://www.search-institute.org/system/files/librarians8x14.pdf 40 Developmental Assets][PDF]</p>
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<li>Jensen's and Parker's [https://www.pinterest.com/interactiver/passive-library-the/ Passive Library Pinterest board]
<p>Teen Coloring Sheet from [http://store.doverpublications.com/0486480356.html Dover Publications]</p>
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<li>Pinterest - [http://pinterest.com/foxtopmarsala/teen-passive-programming/ Passive Programming Ideas]
<p>"Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxffBXIPOcg USA Swim Team video][YouTube]</p>
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<p>"Gangnum Style" by Psy [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0 YouTube video]</p>
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<li>Hank Green's [http://nerdfighteria.info/search/75772/1/1 Nerdfighteria Jokes]
<p>"Harlem Shake" [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UztUhYQIUOA&list=UUkTCqKsgLCa9JfggF_x9Rqw&index=2 Pioneer Library System video][YouTube]</p>
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<p>Teachers Pay Teachers [http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Hunger-Games-Trilogy-Tournament-Madness-Creative-Activity Hunger Games Trilogy Tournament Madness Activities] Free download</p>
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<li>Heather Everett, Lawton Public Library, [http://cyawiki.oklibraries.org/~libshare/cya/wiki/images/teens/sockgame.doc Sock Game][DOC]
<p>This is Teen [https://www.facebook.com/thisisteen March Madness Bracket][Facebook]</p>
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<li>Teen Coloring Sheet from [http://store.doverpublications.com/0486480356.html Dover Publications]
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<li>"Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxffBXIPOcg USA Swim Team video][YouTube]
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<li>"Gangnum Style" by Psy [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0 YouTube video]
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<li>"Harlem Shake" [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UztUhYQIUOA&list=UUkTCqKsgLCa9JfggF_x9Rqw&index=2 Pioneer Library System video][YouTube]
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<li>Teachers Pay Teachers [http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Hunger-Games-Trilogy-Tournament-Madness-Creative-Activity Hunger Games Trilogy Tournament Madness Activities] Free download
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<li>[http://www.hungergameslessons.com/2013/03/march-madness-panem-style.html Hunger Games Bracket]
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<li>[http://wikis.ala.org/yalsa/index.php/Passive_programming Passive Programming]: from YALSA teen programs wiki
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<li>[https://www.pinterest.com/trnolen/teen-passive-program/ Pinterest Teen Passive Program board]
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Latest revision as of 16:54, 5 June 2020

Getting Started

Book Club Ideas

  • Read Harder Challenge 2016: A suggested list themes that bookclub can read. Everyone reads a book, graphic novel, poetry of their choice based on the the them. You may wish to give them a few suggestions and then let them select themes. This document is what Oklahoma Public Librarians are reading for 2016. OK CYA Read Harder Challenge
  • Book club kits - upper elementary, middle school and teens - search "book discussion kits"- can expand the program to include make-and-take crafts, presentations, self-made movies or commercials or posters - partner with your local school - Teach Net
  • One Book Program for Teens
  • Big Read for Upper Elementary, Tweens, or Teens - NEA Big Read
  • Literary Contests - Kansas City Library Harry Potter Championship
  • Reading Bingo
  • [Your Library] Book Cannon - most treasured books of all time as decided by upper elementary, middle school and teens. They read and vote to build the canon. The canon represents the best children's books for [your library's] young people.
  • [Your Library] Bejeweled Books - author visit, books purchased for giveaway, reading and deciding which book to treasure of the visiting author - - each year an author's work is selected and honored. The selection committee can comprise of local children's organizations, business partners and parents, Tulsa City County Library System Books to Treasure
  • Mock National Book Award - Sequoyah, Caldecott, Newbery, Quick Picks, Printz, Morris - you purchase the books and the children read and vote. If you can, invite your winning author to visit.
  • Writing program/camp - for upper elementary, middle school and high school - invite author's to visit, purchase supplies. Oklahoma has a wealth of talented children's author's and illustrators.
  • Diversity collection- We Need Diverse Books- build your collection and promote - ALA Booklist
  • Graphic Novel collection - build your collection; promote; start a GN/Manga reading club - ALSC Graphic Novels 2013
  • ALSC's Book Lists for collection building

Book Lists

Programs

Reading

7 Novels to Read If You Love Batman from Book Riot

Resources

Teen Passive Programs