Creating a Culture of Literacy: Programming Ideas for Elementary School Librarians (Paperback)Anne E. Ruefle (author)
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Here is a practical handbook for school librarians who seek to create an active, energetic, and imaginative school environment with literacy as its focus.
* Includes dozens of examples of literacy-based activities and programs
* 42 illustrations
* 19 halftones
Number of pages: 149
Weight: 476 g
Dimensions: 279 x 203 x 10 mm
"This handbook shows new and experienced school librarians how to create an active and inviting school environment with literacy as its focus, with literacy-based small-group and whole-school activities and programs to challenge and encourage young readers in grades K-8. The handbook is not just a how-to book of activities, but rather a guide to promoting a school culture of literacy by involving students and families in reading-related activities. The ideas are in chapters on brief activities, bringing books to life, creating connections with kids, celebrating literary events, yearlong programs, involving the faculty, and showcasing distinguished authors and illustrators. Some ideas are easy to plan, while others require significant planning and time commitment. The book can be used by librarians, teachers, parents, volunteers, literacy coaches, and tutors. B&W photos are included. In 2008, Ruefle was named the national Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the National Catholic Educational Association." - Reference & Research Book News
"Busy school librarians will welcome the 'tried-and-true' programming ideas found in this handbook. . . . Those looking for ideas to replace or supplement commercial reading incentive programs will want to add Ruefle's handbook into their professional collection. Recommended." - Library Media Connection
"Ruefle's ideas are realistic, always including the practical aspects of program implementation, including sample flyers, game ideas, and solutions to potential problems." - Catholic Library World
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