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  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010 Lernort Schulbibliothek Leipzig, 18.03.2005 (C) G. Brée / G. Schlamp
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
  • (c) LAG Schulbibliotheken May 2010
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    • 1. Reading Promotion i s a Task for School Librarians
    • 2. My background
      • teacher trainer history, social studies
      • in-service-trainer school library, reading promotion
      • principal
      • member of the board of the school library association of Hesse www.schulbibliotheken.de
    • 3. Author visit
    • 4. Book-box
    • 5. Book-box
    • 6. Book exposition
    • 7. The red reading couch
      • The questions: In which book would you like to live? Which character would you like to be? Why?
      • The pictures and texts were exhibited.
      • All students and teachers were questioned about their
      • interests in books and photographed on the „red reading
      • couch“.
    • 8. Book objects
    • 9. Reading night
    • 10. Reading pillars in the schoolyard 3. Lesestelen im Schulhof • Wechselnde Ausstellungen gestaltet von Sch ü lern f ü r Sch ü ler • Attraktive Lesethemen: Bewegungsaufgaben, Witze, Mathe - R ä tsel, Klassenfahrtberichte etc. • Ein Projekt mit Eltern und Kindern realisiert • Lesemotivation f ü r alle Kinder in der Pause • 10 Lesestationen aus Holz, die auch ganz nebenbei den Schulhof versch ö nern
    • 11. Visibility of the entrance
    • 12. Creative Writing
    • 13. Reading corner
    • 14. Reading corner (C) LAG Schulbibliotheken, 2010
    • 15. Ideas?
    • 16. Being a school librarian is a challenging job
      • Your library should become the heart of the school. But there is still the rest of the body.
      • You have to approach every student, class and teacher, and involve them in reading projects.
      • One day you will be here . (clip readingfestival)
    • 17. Planning a reading festival What? Reading reading aloud writing painting performing singing constructing Who? All students all classes all teachers parents authors artists The Challenge Volcanoes Flying, Clothes in ancient times Across the media: visualize a book
    • 18. Some Themes
      • Topics: Travelling, flying, clothes in ancient times, volcanoes, the Sixties
      • Across the media: Can a book be told as an audioclips, vidoclip, can it be visualized in fotographs?
      • Or: We create a school library, How should our library look like?
    • 19. They read at last !

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