The Reading Wall

READING @ SALC

We promote reading in many ways in the JS Library.
Currently we are running the reading programs below.

iRe@d

This is a new program designed to promote reading across the College.
Students, teachers, ancillary staff and parents are encouraged to recommend a book.
Recommendations can to be emailed to any of the staff in the JS Library.

Reader Feature

In conjunction with the iRe@d project, readers will be given the opportunity to share their reading recommendations.

Online Reading

Using Edmodo “The Book Worms” Reading Club and The reading wall on the JS Library blog pages.
This is specifically designed for those who like to connect about others about their reading using online tools.
Following the introduction of e-readers in the Junior School this concept allows for sharing about  e-books.

Brilliant Borrowers Award

Designed to foster the PYP Learner Profile and Attitudes with the classes  this award is for the class demonstrating these qualities and attributes in their weekly borrowing  visits.

 

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Finally  the  Awesome Box!

The book that you simply must share- as it was Awesome.

READING LISTS & RECOMMENDATIONS

NEW BOOKS READING RECOMMENDATIONS BOOK TRAILERS
NEW BOOKS WIKI SALC BLOG – TAG READING BOOK TRAILERS
JSSALC READING LIST
ON DELICIOUS
READING LISTS
ON EDNA 
NFHS Book Trailers
Slightly Addicted to Fiction-blogPathfinder Swap – Books and Reading Mr. Robinson Reads
http://nrobinsonreads.tumblr.com/The Golden GobletRead A Likes
Reading Active and Engaging

 

READING WITH WEB2.0

READING WIKI – WEB2.0 and WEB2.0INTERACTIVE BOOK SITESBOOK TRAILERSREADING ROCKETSWEBSITES, WIKIS & RESOURCESREADING ACTIVE AND ENGAGINGDIGITAL BOOKBOOK LEADSONLINE READING JSSALC WEB READING WIKI LINK (FREE E-BOOKS)

What do you love to read?

http://jssalc.edu.glogster.com/glog-reading/Don’t forget to go the Junior Library OPAC home page to see who was “caught” reading in the library.
Reading promotions!
Write a review and submit it.
Best review each week allows the reviewer to choose from the Lucky Dip – a selection of books and book related things.
See the display in the JS Library with our FEATURE BOOKS & RECOMMENDED READING.
Join the Edmodo group – THE SALC BOOKWORMS READING CLUB. See Mrs Boulton for the code.

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69 thoughts on “The Reading Wall

  1. I like read Beast Quest and Zac Power. These are adventure books and they are fun to read. Recommended for boys aged 8-9 years.

  2. I really enjoy:
    The undys
    Freak street.
    I think boys should read these because they are really funny. There also very good because they keep you excited.

  3. I like reading harry potters because there are a great adventure and they have a great story in them and they have a great author.

  4. i love andy griffiths story’s because he makes really funny story’s and polmes and pikichers and love gust love his story’s

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