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  • SLIdea 1:08 am on September 17, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: book clubs, reading   

    'Book Groups' 

    -everyone in the group reads an agreed book and then hold an informal meeting to have a structured discussion about their reading. Typically, members take turns to suggest book titles to the group and/or embers might vote on which book they want to read for the next discussion session. Usually, someone agrees to lead , or chair , the discussion. Eg: Groups created on Harry Potter, Jane Austen.

    Possible talking points include,
    -plot, how it works or how the author has presented it.
    -characters, how they are shown and whether they are convincing
    -the writer’s style
    -moral points and other issues raised by the story
    -how it compares with other books

    Courtesy: Susan Elkin, Encouraging Reading, Continuum International, New York, 2008.

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  • SLIdea 8:46 pm on September 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , reading   

    Reading Wall 

    Here students will write about the book read and their understanding about the book and they will be free to narrate the book in their own language and possible twist in the book.
    Contributor: Gautam Kumar Bharti

     
  • SLIdea 3:43 am on July 4, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Reader, reading   

    Reader of the Month 

    Select a student and teacher as the “Reader of the Month” and feature them in assembly and on the Library Bulletin board with a photograph and a short profile.

     
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