With this practical guide, it's easy to implement the proven funaand learningaof a read-it-forward program in your middle school library. Teens recommend books to other teens, offering a surefire way to promote books and reading. ac An easy-to-follow process for creating an RIF program in any middle school ac Testimonials from those who have initiated and run RIF projects ac Specific examples of what works and what doesn't ac Resource lists from which librarians can draw in creating their own programs ac Offers librarians step-by-step guidance in running a read-it-forward project in which students are encouraged to read books then pass them on to others ac Shows how RIF encourages interest in reading for middle school students during a period when they often stop reading for recreation ac Discusses how RIF can provide a focus for library programming throughout the school year, connecting it to academics ac Demonstrates ways to get students excited about reading by connecting it to the curriculum they are studyingIn order to participate in this event, you must be available for the entire event. If you have extenuating circumstances, you must get prior approval from Mrs. Kay to come late or leave early. If you are bringing an article of clothing to tie-dye, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Read It Forward|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2013-09-26|