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    Nyor possibilities   slav branch presentation november 2011 Nyor possibilities slav branch presentation november 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Genazzano FCJ College
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    • Creating that Buzz – Promotional Activities•Guess the Number of PagesCompetition•Solve the Library Literary Murder Genazzano FCJ College
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    • Blog – Communication / Competitions Genazzano FCJ College
    • CBCA enrichment reading program Students as Judges. Genazzano FCJ College
    • Start a Book ClubIASL bookmark projectBook week celebrationsExcursions – SLV, author eventsSLAV Reader’s CupReviewingFavorites ListsBook SelectionLITFEST – SongLiterary Afternoon TeasStory reading in Junior School Genazzano FCJ College
    • Literary Afternoon Teas BLURBS COVERS EDITING PROCESS CYL FACILITATOR VISITING AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS Genazzano FCJ College
    • SKYPE Genazzano FCJ College
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    • Supporting and Enriching aReading CultureThey provide books and time to read them and anattractive environment where people want to read.They stimulate a desire to become a thoughtfulreader. They demonstrate by reading aloud andtheir own behaviour what a ‘good’ reader does.And they respond, and help others respond, to theindividuality of everyone in the readingcommunity they belong to. Chambers, 1991 Genazzano FCJ College