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  • 1. What is NIE?
    • NIE, is an international program begun in 1955 to advance the use of newspapers in schools.
    • The main purpose of the program:-
    • to improve reading, spelling and writing abilities.
    • The N.I.E. program offers a win-win situation.
    • Teachers enhance their curriculum with an innovative and successful teaching method.
    • excited, motivated students learn valuable skills by using the newspaper.
  • 2. Why NIE?
    • Studies show that using newspapers in the classroom helps students increase their vocabulary, comprehension and critical thinking.
    • Newspapers help students establish lifelong reading habits, develop math skills and even score higher on tests.
    • Today's better informed students grow up to be tomorrow's better informed adults.
  • 3. Who is involved?
    • Teachers use the newspapers as textbooks and supplements in areas such as reading, writing, math, science, history, economics, language arts, special education, English as a second language and more. The newspaper can be incorporated into nearly any classroom subject and grade level from kindergarten to adult education. Newspapers are considered the most up-to-date, inexpensive textbook available to students. The skills gained from regular newspaper exposure make each student a better learner, a better problem-solver, and a better leader.
  • 4. Reading Tips
    • Read aloud.
    • Allow for discussion before, during and after each read-aloud period.
    • Don’t "test" children on what you’ve read, but use the opportunity to get their opinions and to share your own.
    • Read the sections that interest you both: the comics, movie reviews, the Food Section, classified ads.
    • Ask questions:
      • What do you think happened next?
      • How do you think the person in the article felt?
      • How does this picture make you feel?
      • What would you have done?
  • 5. Guidelines for the use of Newspaper in Education followed by our school
    • Five minutes should be devoted for discussion of the headlines/ news items everyday in the class by the teachers.
    • It can be used for honing the comprehension skills of the students and for enhancing their word power.
    • Any interesting information can be put up on the display board. Maintain a scrap book on a topic for the month.
    • If any NIE activity is done, the students should keep a record of the same in the respective notebook.
    • Every Friday the newspaper to be returned to the library.
    • Used newspaper can/ to be made into paper bags.
  • 6. Conclusion
    • Newspapers are a useful tool in the ELT classroom for improving reading skills and enhancing students' knowledge of current affairs. There is a danger of putting students off reading newspapers if articles are used in the same way as course books, with tedious comprehension activities. If used in a more inspiring way, newspapers can help students to develop not only reading skills but also writing, grammar, vocabulary and speaking skills
  • 7. Benefits of Membership of Educational Library
    • Library network provides you with access to contemporary ideas and expertise.
    • Membership to the Library has provided benefit to individuals in the organisations as well as the organisation as a whole.
    • It provide access to the latest ideas in your area of study, in your professional life, or in your career development.
  • 8. Services
    • Online library customer services
    • Self development modules like communicating effectively. Access to discussion forum, polls, survey etc.
    • Reference and Electronic Resources
    • Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC)
    • Inter library loan
    • Online access terminals
    • Photocopying
    • Workshops for teachers and students
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