My students need a high interest classroom library that will motivate them to read.
My students are extremely lively, inquisitive, and kind. They never fail to put a smile on my face as we start school each morning.
They are happy to be at school, ready to learn, and deserve more than our district can provide right now.
We are a Title I school in a large, urban district, which means that the vast majority of our students are socioeconomically challenged. Rather than hindering my students, however, it just seems to encourage my students to make the most of their educations.
Unfortunately, our school no longer has a librarian or a functioning library. I want my students to have access to highly engaging books that will pique their curiosity and help them to improve their reading skills.
Having a classroom library that is full of high interest stories will motivate even my most reluctant readers.
When I get new books, my students get excited to read! Students will peruse the book shelves and discuss with other students which books they should read. They'll sit together reading, forming impromptu book clubs. They will also check out books from the class to take home if interesting books are available. It's the best to see students develop an interest in reading.
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