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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: Project Pachyderm
Submitted by: Eva Flores on Apr 29, 2010
Date Last Modified: Apr 29, 2010
Title: "Reading for pleasure"
Description: This activity encorage students to read in their own
Type of Task: Student-centered
Time Required 20 minutes
Prerequisites Skills: none
Learning Objectives: After the event, students will be able to understand the main ideas in text
Technical Notes: students can use their mother tongue to explain the ideas
Text of Learning Exercise: Archive collections offer an unparalleled selection of non-fiction texts telling stories of people and places through time. Learners can select an area of interest to themselves based on a person, place or object and use a selection of paperbased and ICT resources to make their investigations. Working as a family brings perspectives from the different generations and helps to break down stereotypical reactions to events and people and build tolerance and understanding between the generations and different communities
Additional Information URL: http://www.readingforpleasure.org.uk/downloads/family_learning_and_storytelling/briefing_paper.pdf
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