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I thought creating this post to hear from all of you what do you do for Book Clubs in your community!

Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

https://www.teachingchannel.org/tch/blog/project-lit-spreading-word-about-your-community-book-club
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1 year ago
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I thought creating this post to hear from all of you what do you do for Book Clubs in your community!

Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

https://www.teachingchannel.org/tch/blog/project-lit-spreading-word-about-your-community-book-club

We do not have a community book club, in my new community, but I previously participated in a book club, we read a book per week and discussed it. It was very informal but fun... I might have to start a new one...
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1 year ago
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Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I thought creating this post to hear from all of you what do you do for Book Clubs in your community!

Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

https://www.teachingchannel.org/tch/blog/project-lit-spreading-word-about-your-community-book-club

We do not have a community book club, in my new community, but I previously participated in a book club, we read a book per week and discussed it. It was very informal but fun... I might have to start a new one...

I had conducted one for teacher for several years. I hope I can do something similar in my new school.
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1 year ago
I found this article from the teaching channel, "Ten Steps to Starting a Community Book Club"

https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2018/06/29/ten-steps-starting-a-book-club/
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1 year ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I found this article from the teaching channel, "Ten Steps to Starting a Community Book Club"

https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2018/06/29/ten-steps-starting-a-book-club/

Before you even start the process, make sure that you sign up to be an official Project LIT Community chapter so you can tap into all of the resources and support in this community of more than 300 chapters!

At first, it may feel overwhelming to get your book club going. We share ten easy steps you and your students can take to make it all happen. This video also highlights resources to help you get started, like book club agendas and discussion guides. We hope these resources and ideas get you and your students ready for your first book club meeting.
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1 year ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I thought creating this post to hear from all of you what do you do for Book Clubs in your community!

Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

https://www.teachingchannel.org/tch/blog/project-lit-spreading-word-about-your-community-book-club

In the video you’ll learn eight easy ways to spread the word about Project LIT in your school and the local community. From PA announcements, to connecting with your local teen librarian, to attending fun book events with students, you'll walk away with concrete steps you can take to get more people involved in your community book clubs
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1 year ago
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Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I found this article from the teaching channel, "Ten Steps to Starting a Community Book Club"

https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2018/06/29/ten-steps-starting-a-book-club/

Before you even start the process, make sure that you sign up to be an official Project LIT Community chapter so you can tap into all of the resources and support in this community of more than 300 chapters!

At first, it may feel overwhelming to get your book club going. We share ten easy steps you and your students can take to make it all happen. This video also highlights resources to help you get started, like book club agendas and discussion guides. We hope these resources and ideas get you and your students ready for your first book club meeting.

I got one years ago...it was the most fun thing that I have ever done!
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1 year ago
Quote from E Ortiz_ofs
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I thought creating this post to hear from all of you what do you do for Book Clubs in your community!

Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

https://www.teachingchannel.org/tch/blog/project-lit-spreading-word-about-your-community-book-club

In the video you?ll learn eight easy ways to spread the word about Project LIT in your school and the local community. From PA announcements, to connecting with your local teen librarian, to attending fun book events with students, you'll walk away with concrete steps you can take to get more people involved in your community book clubs

I am moving to elementary, I am not sure if I will be able to do it.
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1 year ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Quote from E Ortiz_ofs
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I thought creating this post to hear from all of you what do you do for Book Clubs in your community!

Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

https://www.teachingchannel.org/tch/blog/project-lit-spreading-word-about-your-community-book-club

In the video you?ll learn eight easy ways to spread the word about Project LIT in your school and the local community. From PA announcements, to connecting with your local teen librarian, to attending fun book events with students, you'll walk away with concrete steps you can take to get more people involved in your community book clubs

I am moving to elementary, I am not sure if I will be able to do it.

You may have to tweak a few things. I'm sure that you'll be able to do it.
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1 year ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Quote from E Ortiz_ofs
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I found this article from the teaching channel, "Ten Steps to Starting a Community Book Club"

https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2018/06/29/ten-steps-starting-a-book-club/

Before you even start the process, make sure that you sign up to be an official Project LIT Community chapter so you can tap into all of the resources and support in this community of more than 300 chapters!

At first, it may feel overwhelming to get your book club going. We share ten easy steps you and your students can take to make it all happen. This video also highlights resources to help you get started, like book club agendas and discussion guides. We hope these resources and ideas get you and your students ready for your first book club meeting.

I got one years ago...it was the most fun thing that I have ever done!

It takes a strong, creative, and resoureful person to establish and maintain a book club. Kudos to you!
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