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Foredrag fra Ifla 2010 - session 108 frisay

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  • 1. READ! • A reading development project for all Malmö Children in grades two and five, 2006-2008 • A cooperation between the libraries in Malmö and the Pedagogical center • Sponsored by the Skåne Savings Bank Foundation, with 1.8 million SEK and Swedish Arts Council with 300 000 SEK
  • 2. READ! in numbers • 3 years • 20 children’s librarians • 20 school librarians • 200 teachers • 8 networks in 10 city districts • 24 000 children!
  • 3. READ! Overall goal • To bring forth the joy of reading. • To actively work to give children more space for reading, both in school and during leisure time. • To create networks between various actors in Malmö with interest in reading matters.
  • 4. Two of our subprojects • Detective relay 500 children in grade two created a detective story in spring 2007 • Tiger Prince An art and storytelling project for 500 children in grade two in spring 2008
  • 5. To create a detective story…
  • 6. The writing process
  • 7. The story was converted into a play
  • 8. The result
  • 9. Tiger Prince – to paint a story
  • 10. Living with the tiger…
  • 11. Tiger Prince – the exhibition
  • 12. And now? • A common platform • Networks outside the library sphere • The joy of reading • Spreading our methods
  • 13. • Contact us: hanna.sjoberg@malmo.se gorel.reimer@malmo.se • Download the brochure: http://www.malmo.se/filearchive/Bib lioteken/LAS.pdf

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