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Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
Literacy group presentation Bookworms
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Literacy group presentation Bookworms

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  • 1. •encourage boys to read for enjoymentencourage boys to read for enjoyment •engage them in discussing what they hadengage them in discussing what they had readread • help them to choose books they would likehelp them to choose books they would like to read for themselvesto read for themselves
  • 2. choose books they would like to read for themselves bychoose books they would like to read for themselves by •looking at a range of titleslooking at a range of titles •finding other books by the same authorfinding other books by the same author •giving them enough information to make agiving them enough information to make a choicechoice •being honest about our response to the booksbeing honest about our response to the books chosenchosen
  • 3. A good book for a boy is one he wants to read. (Moloney, 2000)
  • 4. •with humour and actionwith humour and action (Moloney 2000)(Moloney 2000) •about male charactersabout male characters (Smith&Wilhelm 2002,(Smith&Wilhelm 2002, Schwarz 2003)Schwarz 2003) •at the right level for their stageat the right level for their stage (Harding, 2000)(Harding, 2000) •with high but realistic expectationswith high but realistic expectations (Wray &(Wray & Lewis 1998)Lewis 1998) find books…find books…
  • 5. Have high expectations of all your pupils Create a positive learning environment Make use of reading role models Make effective use of targets and challenges Don't underestimate the importance of talk Use active teaching and learning strategies Give them a reason to read Use ICT and multimedia Make links between different areas of learning Involve parents as partners
  • 6. Bookworms 2007
  • 7. Bookworms 2008 Bookworms 2009
  • 8. •good food •good books •exciting •interesting •fun •food!
  • 9. Bookworms 2010
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  • 12. “I never thought I would be picking up a book like this and enjoying it” - Struan
  • 13. “Bookworms is great for actually talking about books because the class has too many people to really have a detailed discussion” - Sean
  • 14. “Coming to Bookworms has inspired me to read books at home. Before, I wouldn’t have thought I would enjoy reading books like these” - Lewis
  • 15. “The food is good and so are the books!” - John

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