Reading is the most important skill children can learn and provides a lifetime of benefits. But most children do not become proficient or lifelong readers. In Let Them Have Books, author Gaby Chapman offers a formula for delivering the gift of avid reading to every child. Using research and her experience as a teacher, Chapman presents a detailed discussion of the reading habits of children. She covers why children should read, why they donat, and what we can do to ensure that all children become enthusiastic readers. Let Them Have Books outlines a new model for reading education. This model recognizes that the process of learning to read begins at birth and that different brains learn to read in different ways. This reading education centers on creating a dynamic reading culture in schools, one that encourages students to choose the books they read and provides ample time in school to read them.Reading great books is more fun for anyone than reading books of lesser quality. ... the canon of literature, a specific group of books that are considered by scholars to represent the history of our culture. ... Besides, our culture is very much alive ... Without any prompting from me, one of my seventh-grade readers discovered John Steinbeck and Jules Verne one year and chose them as his favorite writers.
|Title||:||Let Them Have Books|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010-11-10|