5 edition of The Adult New Reader Learns the Library Curriculum Ideas for Librarians and Adult Educators found in the catalog.
The Adult New Reader Learns the Library Curriculum Ideas for Librarians and Adult Educators
Jennifer A. Soule
June 1990 by Amer Library Assn .
Written in English
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A new story can be created each time the book is held by you and/or your child. Some children even like to read these valuable stories in reverse, beginning at the end of the story! Here are some tips from Reading Rockets for sharing wordless picture books with your child to encourage pre-reading skills. "A Weekend with Wendell" is another great children's book by Kevin Henkes. He is able to sneak into the mind's of children, telling stories about relatable challenges and adventures of everyday kids. In this story, Wendell arrives for a weekend stay at Sophie's house/5.
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The main aim of this book is to provide adult new readers with an introduction to the library and its use. The text consists of four units which contain goals, objectives, activities and notes on mastering key library skills, encouraging teamwork of reader, tutor and library staff.
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Like Marley Dias, so many of you have asked for books with black girls as the main characters. The book also features an entirely new section covering grades K-1, that explores the uses and limitations of leveled texts in primary reading instruction.
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