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- What is a reading club?
People who are learning to read need to be encouraged to continue using and developing their new skills. Reading clubs are one way to promote reading. They are a good way to establish a reading habit, to expose readers to a variety of literature, including advanced reading materials, …
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- Book Corner Club
Book clubs can be boring, we know. What you need is some structure, some fun, something different. This is not an ordinary book club. It works especially well in the classroom, but independent learners may want to start one too, an excellent way to meet like-minded people and share your love of reading and your English learning experience.
In a Book Corner Club, a group of about six or seven people get together to talk about a Reader that they have all read. Each person has a role and each role emphasises a different aspect of the reading experience.
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- This page is for teachers and learners of English who love to read … and to talk about reading … and to tell stories. Check out the Macmillan Readers website.
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- Reading groupEvery month, Sam Jordison will host an online reading group, featuring a book chosen by you. He will give you the background on the author and the world in which the book was written, ask experts in to tackle any points you raise, and invite the author on to the site for a for a live web chat – while you get on with the serious business of talking.
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- Thinking about starting a book group?
The process can begin by simply asking some people you know to help you organize the first gathering. Already have a reading group, but want to make it better? Check out some of the resources on our site that can help.
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Have you ever wondered how to start a book club? Or wished you could be a better reading group leader? Ever wondered how to tackle certain genres or types of books in book discussions? Or agonized over how to organize book club meetings? Perhaps you’d like to know how to deal with the problem member who is monopolizing all discussions – or even simply encouraging members to participate and contribute more? TheReadingClub answers all these questions and more.
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